Bridal Indulgence Bride – Emily wears Caracas gown

On Sunday 27th May 2018, Emily and Toby were married in a beautiful ceremony at Ramster Hall in Godalming.

Emily wore the Caracas gown by Willowby and completed her bridal look with single tier veil Intrigue by Rainbow Club. We went for a single tier veil so that the amazing design on the back of Emily's dress could still be seen.

Emily chose the Caracas gown by Willowby for her wedding day, with a few small changes to make it perfect for her.

Emily was keen for a longer train with lace detail on it.  The Caracas gown has the option of different train lengths, so I was able to order her the longer length.

To achieve the lace on the train, I ordered extra lace motifs (the same as on the bodice) and then my seamstress Linda stitched them onto the train.  It worked really well and made a beautiful feature!

Small changes like these are perfect for achieving your dream gown, as well as making it a gown that’s unique for you.


Not only was Emily a beautiful bride, but Emily is also one of the happiest brides I have seen and it was lovely to see her beaming smile in all her photos.

Thank you Emily for sharing your wonderful wedding photos!

Kerri x

Photography: Sophie Duckworth Photography

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