Lucy chose a 1950s-inspired tea-length dress – perfect for her petite frame.
We used an oyster coloured silk dupion to create a strapless bodice with a gentle sweetheart curve, over a full skirt supported by a bespoke petticoat. Over the top of the dress was a French lace off-the-shoulder top, with three-quarter sleeves and a row of delicate pearl buttons running up the back. The lace scallop edging was added to the hem of the skirt, and a lace-covered silk sash was worn around the waist.
“Hi Kate, yesterday was amazing! Thank you again for such a beautiful dress – it made me feel so special.”
Images: Lee Allen Photography
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