I recently loaned one of my 50s inspired tea length designs, Betty, to industry friends for a very special shoot shoot. In the lead up to the launch of Holden Oldies’ newly renovated mint and cream vintage holden wedding car they created a gorgeous inspiration shoot. The gorgeous images photographed by Millyjane Photography were featured on the Vintage Bride website recently and I thought it only fitting to share some of them on my own blog with you all now.
I was really excited to have the opportunity to feature Betty in a shoot as I absolutely love this design. It’s based on an original vintage 1950s sewing pattern and features an oversized collar, sleeveless fitted bodice and a full skirt with gorgeous pleat details. I’d have to say this skirt is one of my favourites as it allows a full tea length skirt but adding a little bit of detail without being over the top. In the shoot it was worn with a full petticoat and teamed up with a black beaded bow sash (also available through Silver Sixpence).
If you’ve fallen in love with Betty or elements of Betty that you would like for your very own wedding dress please don’t hesitate to drop me a line!Millyjane Photography Bride’s Dress: Silver Sixpence Hair & Makeup: VIP Bridal Beauty Bouquet: Northside Flower Market Vehicle: Minty by Holden Oldies Models: John & Mary from Bertie Page Clinic