Posts tagged Wedding Gown
Be Inspired - 14 Inspirational 1950's Wedding Gowns By Jacques Fath

Jacques Fath was considered one of the three top couturiers of the post-war era, aligning himself with the likes of Christian Dior and Pierre Balmain. Jacques designed for elegance and celebrity, his gowns were created to seduce.

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Vintage Bride - Vintage Wedding Fair, Sydney 2018

We’re busy working day and night, putting the finishing touches on our new Tea Dress collection that we will be showing at the Vintage Bride - Vintage Wedding Fair on June 3rd in Sydney.

We’ll be exhibiting a bespoke, couture range of mid-century (the 1950s and 1960s) inspired tea length dresses, each with their own personality and retro pizzazz!

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Be Inspired – A Bouquet of Pearls And Thread

Our series of Be Inspired blog posts have been created to provide you with a range of inspirational elements to help you create your one of kind, bespoke wedding gown. 

Today we’re delving into the world of couture embroideries, and those specifically of a botanical nature. Floral accents are synonymous with weddings – a bride usually carries a bouquet of flowers as do her bridesmaids. A groom generally has a floral accented button hole. Flowers also feature as decorative elements at ceremonies, receptions, and on wedding gowns.

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Daydreaming of Vintage Dior - Bringing A Design Vision To Life

We like to encourage our brides to look beyond the usual online vintage dress shop offerings, and use the design process to experiment and have some fun with their creative ideas. We don’t think a bespoke gown should be worn just the once and then hidden from view, preserved in a box for all eternity.

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