The 50s style wedding is becoming more and more popular. I’ve been to a couple of weddings where I’ve been completely inspired by the wonderful 50s theme. I simply had to post this silk chiffon dress I found, shown with French corded lace by Naomi Neoh, isn’t it beautiful!
This beautiful silk dress with embroidery beading is called Ginseng by Claire Pettibone, with its detachable train is absolutely stunning. This fabulous designer is often inspired by vintage fabrics and fashion history, she has found a way to meld her love of things past with a new perspective that results in the perfect dress for the bride to enchant her guests as she walks down the aisle.
Another stunning dress by Lela Rose. Beautifully made with embellished fabrics to create these wonderful dresses. This dress above is part of Lela’s Spring 2010 wedding collection so hasn’t been around for long. If you want to view more of Lela’s work take a look at www.lelarose.com.
I love all Jenny’s dresses, they are so classy and striking its easy to tell her designs from any others. As one of the UK’s most regarded designers you feel that little bit more special in one of Jenny’s wonderful dresses! Go to her website to see more of the Jenny Packham designs.
I saw this and just had to share it with you. What an amazing dress! I absolutely love it. So much detail and so pretty. There are so many lovely dresses to choose from, it really is so hard to find the right one, when you do, you know!
View the collection www.lelarose.com
I remember having a bit of a nightmare when it came to getting my wedding shoes, simply because of the size of the heel. I wanted something I would feel comfortable in but something with a little height to make me feel taller & of course slimmer. There are so many lovely shoes out there and we all think its not that important as you don’t really see them but after walking round half the day holding that wonderful dress up to your ankles, trust me you do and people do comment on how nice the shoes are! So ladies don’t settle for the first ones you see, do a bit of window shopping first!
If you’ve gone for that ever popular vintage style wedding, why not choose a vintage style dress to match. Off whites and antique style flowers look really beautiful and there are so many wonderful places to buy accessories to finish the overall look off!