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October 25, 2020

An autumn bridal fashion shoot with Justina Bilodeau, featuring the Yoake and Helianthus wedding gowns…

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February 3, 2019

A romantic Spring wedding inspiration shoot at Chateau de Roussan, featuring a real life couple and our ‘Hanami blush tulle wedding gown and ‘Columbine’ beaded blue-grey tulle dress…

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August 15, 2018

Hanami is the Japanese word for ‘flower viewing’, and describes the traditional custom of enjoying the fleeting beauty of flowers, especially the Spring flowering of the cherry blossom trees…

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April 22, 2018

The Yoake blush tulle wedding dress with detachable sleeves was the principal design used for this moody editorial shoot by David Wickham, with Gemma Sutton on hair and make-up…

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December 29, 2017

Yoake (pronounced yo-ah-keh) is the Japanese word for Dawn, and it suits this romantic blush tulle and lace wedding dress perfectly….

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October 22, 2017

A blush tinted colourful flower embellished tulle wedding dress for an Autumn bride….

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September 26, 2017

Perfect for a Japanese style springtime wedding, an embroidered cherry blossom kimono inspired wedding dress…

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September 8, 2017

A romantic blush silk lace ballgown wedding dress for a fairytale bride……

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March 25, 2017

Eos; The Greek Goddess of the Dawn

 

A gauzy embellished tulle and blush silk wedding gown named after the Greek goddess of the Dawn. Eos is always described in Greek literature as having rosy fingers, or rosy forearms, as she opens the gates of heaven for the sun to rise. This couture bridal gown is flushed with the most delicate hint of shell pink, like the pale Mediterranean skies just before the sun appears over the horizon.

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March 21, 2015

¬†This design ¬†(named Damerel) was inspired by our ‘Venetia’ design, and was first made for our client Stephanie, who loved the look of the Venetia, but wanted a more ‘open’ neckline. The sweetheart bodice suited her hourglass figure perfectly, and the subtle hint of colour in the soft peach silk underlayer really emphasised the beauty of the lace.
A blush lace tealength wedding dress that would also look amazing with muted tones of china blue, lavender, or mint green as the under-dress.

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