I knew that I wanted to create a mix of my mother and my mother-in-law’s wedding gowns and add my personal style and touch. We went for a printed dress, I had very specific idea of the colours I wanted to follow as the flowers were meaningful to me and so the entire wedding colour palettefor the decoration of the wedding would make sense.
Lisa helped me with creating my dream gown, she worked with botanical illustrator Charlotte Hogg who designed the pattern to my brief. I was really keen to keep a whimsical, magical and natural vibe and the dress really was important to tie the concept together.
In Clementine’s own words…..
I wanted to use the bespoke fabric throughout the wedding entourage, so had sashes made for the flowergirls.
Nicholas decided on wearing a beautiful navy suit with stone coloured waistcoat to complement my dress and I had the tailor make a waistcoat made from the same beautiful fabric on the back.
My blue shoes made by Italian designer Roberto Festa tied in with the colour scheme and delicate touches like the flower crowns also added to the rustic feel.
Our vibe was DIY rustic chic, traditional but with subtle elegance. Our colours were blue, yellow, green and white.
It was so special to be surrounded by our amazing family and friends who helped us make it such a special and unique day, one we will never forget!
Thanks to Lisa, I have had the chance to wear the wedding dress of my dreams.
Lisa was definitely up to the challenge and we created together such a unique gown, different from every gown you can see. I kept receiving compliments from after a month after the wedding.
Photo Credit: kevin fern photoraphy
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