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Samantha And Keith

“Lizzie was amazing throughout the design process; from our first appointment where she completely understood the idea I had and took what was in my head and put it onto paper, to trying on the first mock-up, tweaking the design so I was 100% happy with it and having as many fittings as needed to get it just right. Planning my dress was actually my favourite part of the planning process! Her help on the day itself too was invaluable and made the morning of our wedding stress-free.”

When we first met this beauty she had a definite idea of what she wanted for her wedding dress. In fact, I think she went for the first sketch I drew after hearing her requirements. This absolutely stunning dress was a joy to create. With its frothy tulle skirt. Gorgeous bow (we all know how much I LOVE a bow) Plunging neckline and the hundreds of hand-beaded, Swarovski crystals adorning that beautiful french lace. Just wonderful.

Photography by Camer Hannah

Venue Blackbrook House, Derbyshire

Hair by Yvette Clark

Lila and Jon

“Lizzie is an absolute joy to work with from the moment I stepped into her store. She is responsive, she cares, and she knows what looks good on you! I couldn’t have been happier with my dress, it’s stunning. “

Well, what can we say about this beautiful wedding, absolute wedding goals! Lila and Jon were married on the Isle of Skye. Lila wore our Jasmine Gown in a Warm White shade, which really showed off that gorgeous french lace.

Images were taken by Lynne Kennedy Photography

Hair and makeup were by Skye Beauty Salon

Chloe and Bex

“Elizabeth went above and beyond to make my outfit special. As someone who doesn’t like dresses, Liz agreed to make me a bridal jumpsuit for the occasion. From start to finish she was caring, attentive and made sure to always ask that what she was doing was how I had envisioned the outfit at every stage of development. I couldn’t be happier with the finished product nor how the whole process happened. “

When Chole came to us explaining that she didn’t want to wear a wedding dress on her day in Cornwall, but still wanted to look like a bride, I basically squealed with excitement! ( and not just because she and Bex were getting married in Cornwall) This was the perfect opportunity to get my creative juices flowing. After doing some initial sketches and looking through our fabric books, Chloe fell in love with an off the shoulder number. It all came together and we loved the contrast made by using two different fabrics, a heavyweight crepe back satin and a beautiful lightweight chiffon. Their beautiful wedding day was captured by Ian Fry Photography.

Images were taken by Ian Fry Photography