bohemian vintage bride

Last month I showed my collection of vintage inspired and some of my vintage wedding dresses at the Wedding Project which was held at Sutton House. There I was visited by Emily parr who tried on my Cate lace dress and rose veil for an article she was writing. Laura McCluskey took these gorgeous photos of her which beautifully illustrate my love of a modern and vintage mix.

Sutton House , built in 1535 is a beautiful, atmopspheric Tudor house in Hackney, East London which is run by the National Trust. Originally built by a prominent courtier of Henry VIII, Sir Ralph Sadlier it has housed a succession of merchants and huguenot silkweavers. It has the original oak panelled rooms as seen in these pictures, carved stone fireplaces and a charming courtyard.

Sutton House is now licenced for civil wedding ceremonies.

The Rose lace veil comes in different lengths and is perfectly suited to a vintage style wedding or for a cool bohemian bride look.