Real Brides

Posted: 10-06-16

Bespoke bride Emma – dream wedding revealed

ALL PHOTOGRAPHY COURTESY OF STEVEN BRADSHAW PHOTOGRAPHY The last time we caught up with Emma Greaves nee Roberts she was excitedly still planning her big day and finalising the details of her beautiful bespoke Lyn Ashworth wedding dress. We reveal the photos from her glorious English Country wedding and her stunning gown.   For more Read More

Posted: 13-05-16

Esther & Scott

Esther and Scott Aldred married in Hensol Castle, vale of glamorgan on 23rd April. In her Hedy Long dress from the Lyn Ashworth classic collection, Esther looked every part the fairytale bride. With a dreamy pink  theme her wedding was a chic take on the classic English Country Wedding. Images courtesy of Lee Dare Photography 

Posted: 08-04-16

Introducing the new Mrs Proudfoot

Stephanie Lyall…the new Mrs Proudfoot..looked absolutely stunning in her Lyn Ashworth ‘April Bloom’ gown.   She bought the dress from Rachel Scott Couture in Edinburgh. Stephanie said: ‘ I felt like a true princess on our wedding day and it was so nice to have our friends and family comment on how beautiful my dress Read More

Posted: 29-03-16

Helen & Louie tie the knot

Beautiful bride Helen wed her beau, Louie in Lyn Ashworth. She bought her stunning Town & Country dress in Seapearl dress from Georgina Pimm Bridal Boutique in Witney, Oxfordshire.  

Posted: 15-03-16

Bespoke bride, Alexandra shares her big day plans…

Beautiful bride to be Alexandra Spry and handsome finance Jonathan Gates have had a fairytale romance, they share their beautiful story with us: “After meeting at a wedding three and a half years ago, we knew that we always wanted to get married. “One Thursday evening in October 2015 before I had to go to Read More

Posted: 07-03-16

Real bride, Anne Marie, shares details of her upcoming nuptials

Anne Marie and David got engaged in July 2013. Anne Marie explains: “David booked our trip on the Orient Express from London to Venice – we then stayed in the Belmond Hotel Cipriani, on the night of the biggest firework display in Europe we sat on the bank of the canal watching the display – when Read More

Posted: 01-02-16

                We love these stylish photos of beautiful bride Lucy, as she gets married in her Lyn Ashworth by Sarah Barrett dress, bought from Y.A.P Bridal Boutique in Newcastle.   The fantastic Lee Scullion photography captured the day. The gorgeous wedding was featured in Living North Magazine.

Posted: 27-01-16

Tim and Jane and their cathedral wedding

Tim and Jane got married on 29th August 15 at Ripon cathedral followed by a reception at The Old Deanery in Ripon. Jane looked unbelievably stunning in her ‘Mae’ dress from the Lyn Ashworth by Sarah Barrett classic collection. Elliot Photography captured the day beautifully.

Posted: 22-01-16

Ben and Leanne wed in Walled Garden at Cowdray

Leanne and Ben were blessed with glorious sunshine when they married at the gorgeous Walled Garden at Cowdray.  Leanne prepared for her day at her parents home in Guildford and wore a stunning Lyn Ashworth gown.The day was captured by  Zoe Collyer Photography  Leanne and her dad arrived at Cowdray in a vintage open top Bentley Read More

Posted: 21-01-16

Laura and Stuart tie the knot!

Laura and Stuart Baddiley got married on 22nd December at Pendrell Hall, Staffordshire. They created a winter wonderland theme, with lights and candles, featuring gold and sequins for some elements. Laura wore a stunning bespoke Lyn Ashworth by Sarah Barrett gown for the big day. She said: ‘Sarah Barrett was so accommodating and honest with the Read More

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