The Big Day
Congratulations, you're getting married! Your big day will be as beautiful and unique as you are so choosing your accessories is almost as important as choosing the venue and that special dress.
We Make London are showcasing some of the most talented handmade designers at their Summer Fair later this month. So to help you with your choices, here are my Wedding favourites from the exhibiting Designers.
If you are looking for original, bespoke accessories for your Wedding, then check out Bobbie Lane. They can cater for your needs from Cravats for the Groom to centrepieces for the tables.
Share The Feeling employ local people with learning difficulties to use their magic on creating ©Little Gifts of Feeling. These are gorgeous little bags filled with 'special ingredients' to symbolise a special emotion such as happiness, luck or love. A soon to be married couple decided to use these bags as wedding favours and I think that is an brilliant idea. They offer a bespoke service, so contact them to discuss your needs.
Accessories for the Bride and Bridesmaids
So, you've chosen the perfect dress, now it's time to find the finishing touches.
When choosing a head piece, you will need to consider how you will be wearing your hair on the big day. Here's my favourite head pieces from the We Make London summer exhibitors.
Mini Swarovski crystal fascinator - Gold by Florio Designs
Pearl and Crystal Butterfly and Flower Tiara by Dainty Pretty Things
Rose & Pearl Bridal Wedding Veil by Hatastic
Dressing for a summer wedding
Florals and great hats, classic silks and timeless looks.... whatever your style the We Make summer exhibitors have what you are looking for.
Bagatelles and Co Create some stunning clutch bags that are perfect for summer weddings. Made from upcycled silk, they add luxury and classic beauty to your outfit.
Jardin de fleur create some the most beautiful designer hats, fascinators and headbands I have everseen. I adore the paper flowers headband from their Hat box archive.
I love the Now, Voyager Red Romance Corsage. Their Pin-up style is fabulous and I think that look is perfect to wear to a wedding. I adore the 40/50's era, so stylish.
It's often quite stressful when trying to find that perfect gift for the Bride and Groom. Here are some ideas. If you are a couple planning your wedding, perhaps you could add these to your gift list, if you use one.
Seawash Vase by Toft Porcelain.
Luxury gift set By Almost Edible
Egg cups by Cecily Vessey
Check out the website for co-ordinating items.
Napkins by Charlotte Macey
Tulip Tableware by Julia Davey
I heart robot pillow case set by Mengsel Design
Green cream, sugar and spoon set by Penny Spooner Ceramics