Our pretty lace wedding dresses Carly, Constance and Bea featured on So You’re Getting Married
Not one,  but three of our pretty lace wedding dresses were featured on the So You’re Getting Married blog last week. The shoot styled by wedding planner Rachael of Serendipity weddings took place at the beautiful Merriscourt in the Cotswolds, and was photographed by Mark Lord. There were some beautiful planning details and vibrant summery colours to inspire you. Our Carly, Constance and Bea dresses were all featured.Lace wedding dress Bea by Sally LacockMCS-ML-IMG_9355_323 1930s wedding dress MCS-ML-IMG_9008_156 MCS-ML-IMG_4774_228 1920s wedding dress,

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We are a little late drawing you attention to this lovely piece of press featuring our bride Claudia due to it being published when we were on holiday. We urge you to have a look if you haven’t already seen it, it is brimming with gorgeous details and some of the cutest bridesmaids I have ever seen. Go to ‘News and Press’ and click this link

vintage wedding dress by Sally Lacock


Real Bride Kathryn

We are so excited to share a few photos from the beautiful, breezy Kent seaside wedding of Kathryn and Mike. Kathryn looks stunning in our lace Carly dress, a perfect choice for such a relaxed  and informal wedding, so exquisitely photographed by Catherine Hill . The amazing location is the Beacon House in Whitstable.

Edwardian style lace wedding dress by Sally Lacock

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Looking like a goddess, our bride Noorin married Albert at Glandyfi Castle in Machynlleth ,Wales in March this year. Her relaxed family focused wedding was photographed by Alice Whitby

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Real Bride Noorin

We absolutely love how our gorgeous bride Noorin looks in her antique ivory Isadora dress. A fashion designer herself, Noorin is the designer owner of fabulous ethical clothing brand Outsider and was keen to keep to her ethical principles for her wedding by choosing a British designer and a wedding dress made from vintage and carefully chosen silks woven in France.

Vintage wedding dress by Sally Lacock



photography by Alice Whitby 

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