Dominique and Nick’s elegant 1930s bohemian inspired wedding with candlelit church ceremony and handmade details
1930s bohemian inspired wedding
Are you ready to be blown away by today’s glamourous couple and their beautiful wedding? We are bringing you a candlelit church ceremony! Yes that’s right, candlelit, in a quaint old church, during a thunderstorm, how flipping romantic!
The gorgeous details and romance doesn’t stop there, there are elegant blush bridesmaids, to-die-for DIY details, a vintage ice-cream trike, garden games on the lawn, Scottish dancing…I could go on and on.
Dominique and Nick’s ‘everything we love’ themed wedding took place in August last year in the beautiful grounds of a private school , in Thornton, Buckinghamshire. With nods to the 1930’s and a relaxed bohemian feel this wedding truly is a feast for the eyes.
The beautiful images captured by the talented TNWC Recommended Supplier Bohemian Weddings and words by bride Dominique tell the rest of their gorgeous wedding story.
The heavenly new collection from The Vintage Wedding Dress Company including Victorian and Edwardian inspired gowns
I am so, so excited about showing off these beautifully new wedding dresses from The Vintage Wedding Dress Company because I think you’ll love them as much as me. It was literally it was love at first sight when I spotted them.
The Vintage Wedding Dress Company are well known for their incredible collection of original antique wedding dresses, but they’ve also branched out into their own collection of vintage inspired gowns, and their newest designs have my heart aflutter.
There is a massive fan base out their for 40s and 50s style wedding dresses, and more recently 20s and 30s inspired, but what I really love are the older dresses, Edwardian and Victorian era and I’m delighted that The Vintage Wedding Dress Company have bought out a few new designs with these eras in mind.
Join me as we step into a fantasy world of exquisite wedding dresses…
Victorian style lace empire line dress #1
This incredibly feminine Victorian inspired dress is made from Chapelle lace over soft satin and has an empire line. Again, there is a wide range of styling additions that you can add to make this dress exactly how you want it, for example long lace sleeves or there’s even a shorter knee-length version if you want something a bit more modern. Take a look at TVWDC website to see a few other examples of this dress.
It seems I’m having a bit of a 1920s and 1930s inspired day on the blog today, following on from this morning’s glamorous wedding cake I get to introduce you to the stunning new collection from CRED Jewellery. The Penelope Collection from designer Annabel Panes was inspired by the cocktail drinking ladies of the 1920s and ’30s, in particular her own grandmother.
This fabulous 13-piece collection includes engagement rings, necklaces and earrings, all created from Fairtrade and Fairmined certified gold and each item set with ethically sourced gems. I particularly love the deep and rich colours of the gems used, especially the Amethyst.
Niki from CRED Jewellery told me “Annabel has taken the elegance and glamour of the 1930’s and applied a modern twist. The deep blues and reds of the precious stones are placed in delicate white gold settings that maximize their splendour and reflect the romantic elegance of the time.”
1930s inspired country wedding (part two)
If you missed yesterday’s part one of Allie and Tom’s handmade 1930’s inspired country wedding be sure to read it first – it’s full of beautiful details and photos of their ceremony and how they got Allie’s parents field ready for their wedding. So without further ado, after their ceremony, Allie and Tom had some photos taken whilst dodging the rain showers – what a beautiful vintage car.
Then everyone headed back to Allie’s parents field where they had Pimms in the marquee, followed by an afternoon tea of cakes, scones and sandwiches, all made by her mum’s friends.
Afternoon tea was served on vintage crockery collected over the year by Allie and her mum. I spent a lot of time the day before the wedding selecting all the crockery and it really did look as I imagined it.
1930s inspired country wedding (part one)
It is another of those exciting days where I get to share a wedding from one of my readers with you all. I’ve been in touch with the lovely Allie for a while now and I was even lucky enough to make her wedding guestbook!
It was lovely to hear that The Natural Wedding Company blog was a source of daily inspiration for Allie when she was planning her wedding, and she found a number of suppliers via the directory. Don’t forget to check back tomorrow for part two and a full list of suppliers.
Allie and Tom got married on a very rainy Saturday in September at her parent’s home in Somerset.
Allie told me that her parents was the only place for their wedding. Getting married in the village I grew up in, surrounded by people who watched me grow up just felt really right. We wanted a wedding where all our friends and family and village people could help out. I think we could only have done that at my parent’s home.
On Saturday 8th and Sunday 9th October 2011 The Vintage Wedding Dress Company will be holding a trunk sale at their Central London Showroom. If you are looking for a vintage or vintage inspired wedding dress then don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to find your dream dress at a discounted price.
You need to book an appointment, but there will be stylists on hand to help with advice and it promises to be a great experience looking through a beautiful collection of vintage wedding dresses. For full details visit their website.
The fabulous London-based business The Vintage Wedding Dress Company has recently created a new collection of vintage-inspired wedding dresses.
As well as stocking a unique collection of stunning original vintage wedding dresses from the 1900s all the way up to the 70s, they have a new collection called ‘Decades Lace’. There are six dresses each created in a different French lace to reflect the era that inspired it.
Decades Lace 1920s
Their 1920s style lace dress has a plunging neckline and low-slung waist, with an additional front panel available in a number of bespoke variations.