We are almost finished downstairs on our room by room tour of the amazing Designer vintage bridal show (thank you for all the wonderful feedback by the way, we feel very special this morning!).
So, to the last two rooms of the ground floor, The Morning Room which is currently the home of some stunning corsetry, amazing 50s inspired gowns and feathers galore, courtesy of the Couture Company and by their side is James Crockford Photography, a truly lovely husband and wife team that take the time to get to know you and then hand it to you in the form of truly beautiful photographs!
They are also giving away an elegant, sunny art deco tea set that we are all slightly in love with, so hurry over to see them today for your chance to win.
Our final room downstairs is a biggie! You’ll need plenty of time and willpower to get round the Drawing Room without getting your purse out at least once! Vintage Glamour Days are an explosion of girly joy – big fat cakes under glass dome stands, jars of sweeties and white distressed cupboards bursting with vintage crockery – they are also the owners of Audrey, a beautiful caravan that can be hired for your wedding day for a unique photo opportunity or a quirky way to serve your wedding reception champagne?
Ragged Rose Jewellery sprawls across one corner of the room with an abundance of treasure and nestled next door is HT Headwear, simple yet beautiful headpieces, so delicate yet amazing showstoppers!
Next to them is Futura Films, your day captured the old fashioned way, shot on celluloid film and then finished on digital to last you a lifetime. AE Photography and their gloriously techni-coloured imagery are next – it’s amazing that whilst there are a few photographers with us at the show this weekend, they all offer something completely different and unique to them.
Terry Terry is a fantastic bling fest of glittery gorgeousness and surprisingly easy on the purse strings, we will be paying a visit at the end of the day to pick up a show bargain or two!
I am Anna provides amazing alternative artwork, something that can be treasured for a long time and finally Sugarfoot Stomp, a far too incredibly talented bunch of ladies, that DJ with a difference. Mixing old time classics with up to the minute equipment.
They provide some beautiful and very apt tunage for the catwalk that drifts around the Drawing Room three times during the day featuring the gowns, headpieces and shoes from the amazing exhibitors.