We were asked to lend a vintage wedding dress to the team up at Peak Tipis over the Summer (Summer?!) for a shoot they were organising to promote their rather wonderful tipis. The images have turned up all over the place, which is rather nice.
1950s vintage wedding dress
The original shoot is here: peaktipis.co.uk/spring-upcycled-styled-tipi-shoot
Also Featured on Rock n Roll Bride here: www.rocknrollbride.com/2015/09/upcycled-abstract-and-colourful-wedding-shoot
And on Mr & Mrs Unique here: www.mrandmrsuniqueweddingblog.co.uk/peaktipis-up-cycled-candy-tipi-wedding-shoot
If you have any comments or queries please do get in touch. Our collection of 1950s wedding dresses is quite large and we may have just the thing for you! If you are organising a shoot and would like to discuss the possibility of borrowing a dress from us please direct enquiries to firstname.lastname@example.org
Abigail’s Vintage Bridal is not seeing any new brides until Tuesday the 5th of January 2016.
As of then a normal service will resumed and appointments will be available Tuesday to Saturday at 10am, 12 noon, 2pm and 4pm.
We are still here and working away over the festive period so you can still get in touch with any problems or queries and we will still be taking bookings for the New Year and beyond. You can drop us an email at email@example.com or use the enquiry form on the Contact page.
Happy Christmas and very Jolly New Year!
We are guilty of getting a little bit carried away with our Christmas windows, but we just love showing off our vintage wedding dresses. So here it is, the second window of Christmas in our Fairy Tale theme: Cinderella.
The window looks lovely in the daytime but really dramatic at night.
It turns out you can’t get real pumpkins in December…
Yes, all those crystals on the heel were hand applied!
1950s lace wedding dress
1950s taffeta wedding dress with sequins.
Well second, but we had the whole of the High Street up against us. Massive thanks to Oakham in Bloom who have really made retailers up their game in the run up to Christmas the last couple of years.