Wednesday, 30 December 2015

Rowanjoy 2015 Real Brides - Brides in dresses from the collection

For me, one of the best feelings is when a bride chooses a dress from my made to measure collection for their wedding dress. Whether they decide to have it made as the original design or make changes to suit them, it's lovely to know that people like the designs I come up with. 

Kat had fallen in love with the Ava dress when she first saw it and knew with a couple of adjustments to the style it was the one for her. The neckline was changed from the slash neck to a V neck and the back was raised up to be less open with a keyhole detail created with the lace. A couple of minor changes which made the dress perfect for Kat who looks absolutely gorgeous in it.







Claire was another bride who pretty much knew straight away that the Harlow dress was the one for her. There was just one small change - the dress was turned back to front. Claire had tried the dress on both ways round and it was unanimous that having the V neck at the front and the keyhole at the back suited her much better. Sometimes it's as simple as that! Styled with a gorgeous flower crown from Sparrow and Rose Claire looks beautiful and the dress works perfectly for her barn wedding.

Photography Caro Weiss




I am always a bit nervous when I introduce a new dress style to the collection in case no-one orders it, thankfully with the Crawford dress i needn't have worried. Fiona was looking for a dress that had the feel of something that Audrey Hepburn would have worn but with a modern twist. She spotted the Crawford dress through the Glasgow Wedding Collective and got in touch straight away. There was no question that it was the dress for her, as soon as she tried the sample on we all knew (best feeling ever!) The dress was kept exactly as the original and the only thing Fiona had to worry about was finding the perfect shoes to go with it to show them off with the high low hem. So my first bride in a Crawford dress and doesnt she look amazing.

Rowan x





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