Real Brides

Posted: 03-12-15

Real bride: Charlotte

Real bride Charlotte looked incredible in her ‘Daphne Short’ dress with ‘Starry Night’ belt from the Lyn Ashworth classic collection. She found her dream dress at gorgeous boutique Georgina Pimm Bridal in Witney, Oxfordshire.   For more information or to book an appointment at Georgina Pimm Bridal, please call: 01993 704119 Address: 9 Corn St, Witney OX28 6DB

Posted: 02-12-15

Real bride: Jen

Jen and Duncan tied the knot at the Gate Street Barn, Surrey – the wedding is simply unbelievably stunning and was captured in a unique and artful way by the incredibly talented Ria Mishaal Photography. See the full article here: Jen’s breathtaking customised Lyn Ashworth dress from BOA Boutique in Richmond was paired with a soft Read More

Posted: 25-11-15

Real bride: Rebecca

Rebecca looked stunning in her bespoke Lyn Ashworth by Sarah Barrett gown when she married her handsome husband Gerard on 25 July 2015. Find out more about them and their breathtakingly picturesque big day in Ireland over the Summer: Rebecca is an actress and can be seen on both stage and screen, most notably she Read More

Posted: 15-11-15

Real bride – Louise Allen wows in Laced in Tradition

Louise Allen (nee Dever) married her fiancé Paul Allen in St. Patrick’s Church, Islandeady, Co Mayo in Ireland on August 28th 2015. Louise says: “This was the church I was baptised in, it was very special for me to be able to get married in the same church, Paul and I live in London so Read More

Posted: 04-11-15

Rock my Wedding features Lyn Ashworth gown

We are excited to announce that award-winning bridal blog – Rock my Wedding – has featured a beautiful real bride wearing a Lyn Ashworth gown. Simone chose Ivory Vine from the classic collection for her gorgeous wedding day. You can see more at: And the bride wore….Ivory Vine from Lyn Ashworth by Sarah Barrett Read More

Posted: 26-10-15

The story of a real bride: Laura Bagley

We are excited to introduce our latest bespoke bride, Laura Bagley. We catch up with Laura who spills the beans on her far-flung engagement, her winter wonderland wedding and why she has chosen to go for a bespoke wedding gown: “Stuart and I got engaged in Australia by the Sydney Opera House after being together Read More

Posted: 17-08-15

The story of a Lyn Ashworth Bride

Cheryl Smith nee Hampton married her beau, Andrew Smith in a stunning Mexican wedding on 14th May 2015. Taking place on a private beach within a national marine park in Tulum, Mexico, 30 friends and family attended the breathtaking ceremony. Cheryl look absolutely stunning in her Frosted Champagne gown from  Lyn Ashworth by Sarah Barrett. She is Read More

Posted: 29-07-15

The story of a Lyn Ashworth Bride

We spoke to the beautiful Ice Cream entrepreneur, Eniko Kertész, prior to her big day to her dream man, Jonathan. She had a dreamy bespoke gown designed and made especially for her by Sarah Barrett. The wedding, which took place o Sunday 5th July, 2015, was a very classy affair, simple but chic, very Dior.  She said: Read More

Posted: 10-07-15

Private bride: Leah

We caught up with the latest Lyn Ashworth by Sarah Barrett private bride, Leah Henderson, on her romantic proposal story and why she wanted a bespoke wedding dress for her big day. The proposal: “When Neil asked me to marry him, it came as such a big surprise. We were spending a romantic day in Read More

Posted: 28-05-15

The story of a Lyn Ashworth bride: Clair Clowes

Clair and Kristian Clowes got married on 4th April 2015 at St Leonard’s Church, Warmingham, Cheshire with the reception taking place at Rookery Hall Hotel & Spa, Worleston, Cheshire. Clair looked incredible in her bespoke Lyn Ashworth by Sarah Barrett gown, she shares some sneak peaks from her fairytale big day, which had a big Read More

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