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.
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.
This pretty vintage dress made in the late 1970’s would make a beautiful wedding dress for someone having an understated wedding or a couple who are eloping. If Mr Rigg and I had eloped this is what I would have worn, in my mind it inspires dreams of spending a summer living on the edge of a prairie. It costs around £20 and is available from Coldfish Vintage.
A 1950’s floral lace wedding dress with 3/4 length sleeves and a long train – this dress is romantic and you can almost imagine it on a fairytale princess. I would carry a bunch of blousy old-fashioned roses or a spray of wild daisies. This dress is from deLightly Used and costs just under £200.
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.
The fabulous Rosie Weisencrantz is offering a 25% discount throughout January to all customers on all ranges of their reworked vintage jewellery.
That includes stunning vintage bracelets and bangles, like this one-of-a-kind handwoven bracelet with 1940s enamel flower arrangement – ideal for a bride or bridesmaid…
To receive your discount just enter ‘happynewyear’ at checkout – available during January.
If you’re looking for eco-friendly, ethical, handmade or vintage wedding jewellery why not check out the other businesses listed on the directory – visit our Accessories section.