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If The Shoe Fits…

Dune London Daliah 145 GBP

Diana Mules from Carmen Llaguno

Sparkling satin and napa leather from slow-paced sustainable bridal designer, Carmen Llaguno


Dalilah by Dune London

Romantic ties in ivory satin complete a wedding-day look.


Dosa heels and Eyelash anklets, Grace Loves Lace

Butter-soft leather sandals shown here with Grace Loves Lace’s innovative Chantilly lace anklets Dosa Heels, £210, Eyelash Anklets, £110 by Grace Loves Lace

Gweraclya trainers

White trainers = all day comfort and effortless style


Pearly Queen, Di Hassall

The queen of bridal shoe design nails the pearl trend.


Ella, from Pretty Ballerinas

Doesn’t have to be heels, doesn’t have to be white.


Rainbow Club Madeline Block Heeled Mary Jane Shoes

The beauty of Rainbow Club’s shoes is that they can be custom-dyed to coordinate with your scheme,


Sophie, Sargasso & Grey

Something blue? These pretty Sophie heels are from comfort brand, Sargasso & Grey


Wifey for Lifey, Sophie Webster

Iconic design from the always-Instagrammable A-listers favourite, Sophia Webster



Jamie and Chelsea
Mon 30 Oct 2023

Married at the Cotswolds Hotel and Spa Chipping Norton on the 18th August 2023.

Halfpenny London tlo7he
Mon 30 Oct 2023

Rip up the rule book – if there’s one thing we’ve learned in recent years, it is that a wedding should reflect your true selves, whether your heart’s desire is fairytale flounces or streamlined suits, long or short, bursting with bling or simple and unadorned, lace or silk…Remain true to you.

Wedding dress
Mon 30 Oct 2023

Savannah Miller needs little in the way of introduction. After graduating from Central St Martins she worked for design legends including Alexander McQueen and Matthew Williamson before setting up the hugely popular label Twenty8Twelve in partnership with her sister, Sienna.

Alc free
Mon 30 Oct 2023

According to a new study by  The Gilchrist Collection  a quarter of guests (24%) don’t drink alcohol at weddings. More than a third (35%) of guests feel ‘uncomfortable’ when questioned about not drinking, with 52% of sober guests only offered water at weddings.