The lupine gown features Chantilly lace and delicate embroidered motifs, combined with exposed boning in the corset bodice. A cotton Grosgrain ribbon nips the waist and is tied with a bow at the back.
What I love about the Lupine gown is that everytime you look at it, you see an extra detail!
Lucy loved the Lupine gown but wasn’t keen on wearing strapless, so we added straps to match the ribbon which completed the look perfectly. If you don’t want to strapless on your wedding day, don’t discount a strapless gown as straps can often be added to it. And there are many different options to enable us to achieve your dream look.
Tulle is very fine and delicate and I never advise hooking it up into a bustle as it can easily drop tear. So instead, it’s best to add a ribbon underneath the train so it can then be worn around your wrist for when you’re dancing. With this in mind, Lucy wanted her train made a bit shorter so she didn’t need to worry about it getting in her way.
I think you’ll agree that Lucy looked absolutely stunning on her a wedding day! And a big thank you to Lucy for letting me share pictures of her Pinterest-worthy wedding on the Bridal Indulgence blog. If you’re looking for any wedding suppliers, check out the list of suppliers that Lucy used at the end of this post.
Suppliers from Lucy’s wedding:
Photographer: VLA Photography
Venue: Gate Street Barn
Florist: Lavender Hill
Cake: Judy Watkins
Hair and Make up: Emily Alvarez Fausset
Food: Tandem Catering
Band: Soul Fresh