Perfect Day Bride was beyond thrilled to be part of this super talented team that included Rebecca Goddard Photography, Cutture, Anges de Sucre, Friend of Faux and Bubblegum Balloons to name but a few. You’ll find the full list of amazing wedding suppliers over on Rock My Wedding and, having seen everyone at work on the day of the shoot, we can say that they’re all brilliant.
Emma, editor of Coco Wedding Venues, says:
“I’m so lucky to work closely with the ladies at Perfect Day Bride in Bradford-on-Avon, they’re beautifully stylish and of course they carry covetable bridal brands. Charlie Brear was our chosen designer and we were over the moon to have four of her dresses to play with…Yes FOUR. The first was the Paita, which is a simple silk t-shirt dress. Paired with silver brogues and loose hair inspired by the ‘Hun’, all this bridal look needed was a pop of pink from the abundance of roses in our first bridal bouquet. This dress is rather clever as teamed with a tumbling silk & tulle layered skirt it can create a completely different look. The Merletti Skirt is the stuff of dreams and if you want that full on bridal experience whilst still coveting a chic and simple style then this t-shirt top/skirt combo is perfection. We teamed ours with some 70’s platforms, a glossy metallic eye and a flash of leg…we are in the tropics after all!”
“The next dress was a statement palm lace swing top and skirt with fitted hip and scalloped hem. The Livonia top & skirt was teamed with nude Chloe platforms and layered, gold geometric jewellery by London Rocks. Jo Adams, our talented Hair & Make-up Artist, opted for a bolder eye and defined eyebrows. Perfect if you want your boy to be looking into your eyes as you walk down the aisle!”
images by Rebecca Goddard Photography