Monday Moodboard – 70’s Bohemian Chic wedding inspiration

A selection of new gowns from Yolan Cris have recently arrived at the chapel and on our website, so today’s moodboard is dedicated to their 2017 collection, inspired by 70’s bohemian chic.


This look inspired by luxurious, opulent bohemian, with a big emphasis on different textures and layered fabrics. Style with lots of macrame, wicker furniture, velvet furnishings and coloured glassware.

The dress featured in this board is Naranjo Blusa Sandalo Cinturon by Yolan Cris, which is actually a combination of different garments layered on top of each other to create the finished look. Tiers upon tiers of exquisite lace layer on top of each other to make the gypsy style skirt, which is then topped with a voluminous full sleeved blouse.

This couture gown would be the perfect choice for the fashion-forward bride with an interesting, bohemian style, and the long sleeves make it ideal for a late autumn or winter wedding. Top with faux fur for added glamour, or hunt for an original velvet 70’s coat for an authentic vintage feel.

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Leah x

Real Bride Georgina wearing Sassi Holford Georgia


Today’s wedding is a delightful Sussex country house wedding that took place in August this year, with our beautiful bride Georgina wearing Sassi Holford Georgia to marry her husband Will.


Georgina and Will’s day was a picturesque, traditional day enhanced by tons of stunning fresh flowers, subtle elegant styling and sweet personal details to make their day extra special.


The Dress

Sassi Holford Georgia was Georgina’s dress of choice, which features a romantic full skirt, sweetheart neckline, fitted bodice and nipped in waist. Georgina customised her gown with an intricate, lacy overlay with mid-length sleeves and an elegant low back.


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Real Bride Alice wearing Jesus Peiro 5055


We have got such a treat for you today! These images from Alice and Tom’s wedding day are so stunning, and are just blown away by how incredible Alice looks in her Jesus Peiro 5055 two piece wedding separates.


Alice and Tom were married in July this year at St Nicolas Church Great Bookham, the church were Alice’s parents, aunt and sister were married, followed by a reception at Ridge Farm Studios in Capel.

The Dress

Jesus Peiro 5055 is an elegant, delicate wedding two peice, featuring an intricate lace capped sleeved bodice with illusion lace to the exposed waistband, gently flaring out into a lace and tulle A-line skirt.


Alice tells us about finding her dress;

“I choose the Jesus Peiro two piece 5055. It was the first dress I tried on and I adored it. I hadn’t picked the dress out as one to try but Emma found it and asked that I try it on. I came back a number of times as I was particularly taken by a number of dresses by Jesus Peiro. In the end I choose this one as I felt it fitted my personality and style of wedding more than the others. I really liked the idea that it was a top and a skirt and in fact this ended up being the best thing I ever did. In the evening I was able to dance and move with no restrictions.”


“I first found the dress with my Mum and Sister. As we left the first appointment this was the dress that we kept talking about. I wasn’t ready to make a decision after my first appointment so went and tried on a few other dresses at other bridal stores. Despite liking a few other designs nothing matched up to the feeling I had when wearing Jesus Peiro nor did it match up to the experience I had at Miss Bush. I realised that not only did I want ‘that’ dress but I also wanted to get my dress through Emma because she had made the experience feel so special.”


“My Mum and Sister know me better than anybody and it was fitting that they were the ones that almost knew the dress was ‘the one’ before I did. I went back with them and my future mother in law. When I tried the dress on with the veil and stood by the chapel doors of the shop we all welled up and knew it had to be this dress- luckily my bridesmaids agreed when they saw it!”


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Real Bride Laura wearing Maggie Sottero Darla


We haven’t blogged a Maggie Sottero real bride in a while so we’re delighted to share this beautiful and oh so cool Glaswegian wedding with you today, featuring Miss Bush bride Laura wearing Maggie Sottero Darla.

Laura and Nick were married at Òran Mór in Glasgow, a former church turned quirky fantastic arts and entertainment venue.


The Dress

Laura’s dress was Maggie Sottero Darla. With delicate illusion lace covering the arms and back, this sleek figure hugging dress features a flattering v-neck, nipping in at the waist with a dazzling swarovski belt, finally flaring out into a stunning scalloped train.


Laura tells us more about her dress choice;

“I had no doubt in my mind the dress I wanted. I saw it online, and then researched places that sold the dress close to London.

It was a stroke of luck that I stumbled across Miss Bush who so happened to be having a sample sale that weekend, and my dress was one of the dresses on offer.

I went to Miss Bush with my mother-in-law to be and they brought the dress down. When I put it on I felt many emotions, I knew it was the one. I bought it there and then!”


“My mother in law Margaret came with me to see the dress. When I put it on she said she couldn’t imagine me in any other dress, and I agreed!

She had tears in her eyes too, which was the reaction I secretly hoped for 😉

What was your favourite part of the dress shopping experience? To be honest I am not someone who likes being on show, so my favourite part wasn’t so much on the shop floor for the big reveal when they pull the curtain back, but more the little back room they take you in to be fitted to the dress.

It was then that the dress started to feel like my own, when they are pinning it to your curves and no one elses. It feels much more personal in that moment.”

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Monday Moodboard – Navy Blue and Copper Wedding Inspiration

As winter draws near it’s a great time to start looking to warmer, rich colour palettes for your wedding. Our board today is a navy blue and copper wedding inspiration moodboard, with a contemporary, modern feel.


Navy is the perfect choice for a winter wedding; the deep inky blue shade is a timeless, classic colour that is a softer alternative to black. Teamed with metallic copper, this look is super stylish with a high end luxurious finish.


The dress featured in this board is Amelie by Sottero and Midgley; a ball gown made from beautiful Dione organza, with horsehair layered skirt and a stunning bodice adorned with Swarovski crystals and pearls.

Navy Blue and Copper Wedding Inspiration image credits; Macaroons, The Tart | Amelie wedding dress by Soterro and Midgley at Miss Bush | Tablescape via Deer Pearl Flowers | Copper foil and navy wedding invitations, Oh So Beautiful Paper | Copper striped wedding cake, Karen Buckle Photography via Style Me Pretty | Rose gold heels, Brian Atwood | Amelie wedding dress by Soterro and Midgley at Miss Bush | Copper candleholder, Miafleur on NOTHS | Copper and navy art print, Society 6 | Navy box pleat midi dress, ASOS

Leah x