Real Brides

Posted: 15-04-15

The story of a Lyn Ashworth bride – Emma Roberts

Photography by Steven Bradshaw – We caught up with bride-to-be Emma Roberts, who is getting married in August wearing a bespoke Lyn Ashworth by Sarah Barrett gown. She shares some of the exciting details of her wedding journey so far: The proposal… “In May 2014, John (my now fiancé) treated me to the most incredible day. Read More

Posted: 30-03-15

The story of a Lyn Ashworth Bride

A Mallorcan wedding – Ryan Goodwin and Victoria Hopkins Date: Saturday 9th August 2014 Venue:  Casal Santa Eulalia, Santa Margalida, Mallorca, Spain Victoria says: We knew we wanted to get married abroad and have a relaxed, intimate wedding and Mallorca was our first holiday together.  We found the venue online and the moment we drove up the venue’s Read More

Posted: 08-03-15

The story of a Lyn Ashworth bride…

We absolutely love working with our brides at Lyn Ashworth and have a number of ladies coming directly to the studio for our bespoke service. It is an idyllic process, where the creative juices really get going and we love hearing all the details of the wedding plans. We have recently been working with the Read More

Posted: 15-01-15

Scottish brides crazy for Lyn Ashworth

2015 has got off to a flying start as brides to be from Scotland are snapping up Lyn Ashworth gowns from our Edinburgh showroom, Rachel Scott Couture. Frosted Champagne from the classic collection is proving to be a favourite, closely filled by Tender Heart Long. To find out more information about the award winning boutique, Read More

Posted: 19-11-14

Real bride – Hayley Gaunt

The beautiful Hayley got married to her husband, Chris, on 19th July 2014. They venue, Vyrnwy hotel and spa, Montgomeryshire. Hayley looks absolutely stunning in her Lyn Ashworth bespoke gown.

Posted: 08-10-14

Diary of a Lyn Ashworth bespoke bride

Chris and Kristy Alderson Perth, Western Australia November 10, 2013 I come from a traditional Macedonian background (brought up in Australia) and Chris is born and raised as a Yorkshire man. Therefore the wedding was really a mix of the two. We met in Perth on a soccer (football) pitch while I was training. If Read More

Posted: 15-09-14

Beautiful Lavender Farm Wedding

Breathtaking images taken by Rebecca wedding photography of the supper elegantly stylish couple; Kirsten and Rich.  On the most perfect English summer day at the amazing location Hitchin lavender farm in Hertfordshire. Kirsten looks so beautiful in her bespoke gown created just for her .   Romance with a capital R congratulations to you both Read More

Posted: 21-01-13

The Wedding of Annalise and Guy

A wonderful love filled London wedding! Annalise you look amazing in our Jacqueline dress against a spectacular london backdrop. Just loving the shoes !! Perfect. Photographs are courtesy of Philippa James Photography.

Posted: 20-01-13

The Wedding of Helen and Chris at Chicheley Hall

Helen you look amazing in your Gwendoline dress! Congratulations to you both from us all here at Lyn Ashworth! Photographs are courtesy of Lisa Aldersley at

Posted: 19-11-12

The Beautiful Sarah Sims Wedding

Here are a few images of one of our latest brides, the beautiful Sarah Sims in a dress that was just perfect for her called Sarah. So that’s Sarah, in a Sarah, designed by Sarah. Some things are just meant to be! Photos by Caroline McNally.

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