Whether you are an amateur dressmaker or highly-skilled professional, Bridal Fabrics have got the right wedding dress material for YOU! We love receiving photographs and emails telling us about the fabulous wedding garments you have created using our material and the pictures you see here really blew us away! So who designed these amazing wedding gowns?
To find the brains behind the brides, we have to head all the way on over to Scotland in the United Kingdom, where we find Gemma Sargent - an extremely talented individual who hit the scene in 2008 when she opened her own couture design studio. There, she and her team specialize in creating bespoke bridalwear that is unique, exciting and has a very special flair - people from all over the world head straight for the studio when quality is of the ultimate importance.
It isn't just wedding gowns that the studio produce; customers who are able to visit the studio itself are able to browse a massive collection of ready-to-wear items, from jewelry and hairpieces to veils, belts sashes and other accessories. She works closely with an expert team of fashion and clothing graduates who are continually given new training opportunities to increase their knowledge of tailoring techniques such as corsetry.
The gowns created by Gemma Sargent and her team caught the attention of Whimsical Wonderland Weddings recently and a photo-shoot was organised by www.photographsbyeve.com Some of the results of that shoot are included right here for your viewing pleasure and some of our fabrics that were used to create them include:
Mimosa Beaded Lace Applique - these pairs of appliques were used throughout the bodice of the dress and also used in complementary fashion on the straps. Not to mention the delicacy and femininity of the Anna Chantilly Lace Trim, inculding the belt which features Equilibrium Crystal Appliqué.
Sarah Ivory Lace - this is one of our favorites here at Bridal Fabrics, a gorgeous corded lace that blossoms with a floral design surrounded by swirling stems and luscious leaves. Identical borders frame the lace, which is available in both White and Ivory.
We would like to thank Gemma for sharing these pictures with us - they really took our breath away! If the pictures have whetted your appetite to create, then do not hesitate to check product pages for more details.