Bespoke  Wedding Dresses

Modelled by Amanda Santos

Photographed by Nic Skerten


Dawn in the making 

Please click on the above photograph 

Something Old,Something new
Something Borrowed

Borrow a  vintage brooch with gems  to match your flowers

This is a brooch that belonged to my late Mother and matches perfectly with the Grape Hyacinths.

The Lace Coat and dress unadorned but still has a beautiful vintage charm about it .

The dress  back view under the lace caot  shows what is to come after the ceremony .

A close up of the  revealing dress back view 

The same dress with deatachable sleeves and train .

.........Something Blue ..............

Bridesmaids in Royal Blue Silk Chiffon over Dupion Silk with Ivory trimmed in blue binding  full tulle petticoats.

Glyniss chose her favourite colour to wear for her wedding dress, and trimmed it with her husband's tartan . 


This dress is made using british tweed for the bodice and a silk taffetta for the skirt, with chiffon for the bodice trim . Vintage lace is used to edge the bodice


Vintage Designs for a Modern Look 

The" Clara" dress for a bit of Hollywood Glamour 


" Clara " is made in 100% silk satin back crepe and Chantilly lace with vermicelli beading .


1930's  Style  Wedding  Day  Glamaour 


This dress was inspired by Wallis Simpson . It is made in an Eau de Nil heavy crepe silk with a Pistachio lace overlay and self belt.

Would look wonderful as a wedding dress in an Ivory Silk Crepe and Lace as shown below 

Wallis WeddingDress

Inspired by the Gatsby Era this dress is made in heavy Silk  Satin  crepe with a detachable lace train 


Myself as a bridesmaid in 1957.

My grandaughter in  Silk Chiffon and Silk satin at her Uncle's wedding  in New Zealand 2014. 

2014 Summer bridesmaids in Ivory satin and chocolate brown .