Wilderness bride Laura contacted me in November 2016. Engaged during the summer Laura and Jack had planned a small, intimate wedding at Hillbark Hotel on the Wirral in January 2017 which meant I had six weeks to make her dress! Laura had visited a couple of local bridal shops however was told six weeks was an unrealistic time-scale (how terrifying?) So Laura took to the
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Wilderness bride Genesis and her Outdoor Australian Wedding. Genesis contacted me through My Etsy shop Genesis explained that she lived in Australia and that she was looking for a high quality two piece top and skirt for her wedding but at a reasonable cost. She had seen my Etsy shop and liked the designs particularly my Hope top. After corresponding for a short
Solstice 2016 I decided to focus on the summer solstice when the sun reaches its highest point in the sky at noon and presents us with the longest day of the year. The summer solstice is also associated with festivals and as the UK is known for its spectacular array of summer festivals and attempting to attend at least some of these myself,
Illustration for 'Edith' dress. Details: A fit and flare gown made from full ivory corded lace with a blush pink lining. A sweetheart neckline with optional spaghetti straps. Handmade silk buttons from the top of the dress to the back of the knee where the skirt begins to flare out. The bottom of the skirt has a natural scallop detail and can
Violet: The word "Violet" has multiple meanings. For me it represents a wild flower, a colour, a magazine, a spiritual connection, my favourite Downton character and a song by Hole! I wanted to create a slightly urban mix and match collection with inspiration taken from real brides who had bought wilderness bride tops and jackets and paired them with true vintage dresses. I loved that