Rose gold sequins and flowing porcelain french chiffon.

This is super gorgeous London bride Alice, and her beau Ed.

Much simpler in design than many of my dresses, but no less special.
The bodice is made from  densely sequined antique-gold mesh which has a slight rose tint to it which matches Alice’s wedding jewelry.
Sculpted to Alice’s amazing figure, the simple design come’s to life, with a wide scoop neckline, low-cut back, and dainty capped sleeves, and the skirt, layers of flowing silk crepe and chiffon…

One of my favourite things to do is to add some less obvious details. We chose a beautiful dark peach colour silk for the lining, which can’t really be seen by the wedding guests, but I think looks and feels luxurious when you you get dressed into it.
We also added a pocket into the skirt, which I got quite excited about. (Maybe I need to get out more!?) When a bride, a lack of things to do with your hands can be quite uncomfortable for your wedding portraits. Myself, Alice and Valerie (Alice’s equally chic mother) decided that we loved the idea of being really casual and relaxed in a wedding gown, and having pockets fitted that idea.

But coincidence Alice chose my friend Ana as her make-up artist.
Ana specializes in air-bushed make-up and truly worked her magic on Alice, enhancing her beautiful pale skin and bright blue eyes.

Alice and Ed’s wedding day was captured by Photographer Kris Piotrowski who did and amazing job.