Real bride Lucie, in glamorous 1940s lace wedding dress

Dear Reader,

I’m definitely having a 1940s moment. So here, as promised, are some delightful pictures of Lucie in her gorgeous 1940s lace wedding dress.

From the darling flower girls in their delicate hair wreaths, to the beautiful bride herself, everything about Lucie’s wedding is so pretty…

Lucie first looked at simpler styles of gowns, but with a little encouragement she chose this stunning full-length 1940s lace wedding dress. With its high neck, fluted sleeves and long, long train, the dress was movie-star glamorous. (It was originally made in New York by a store that Marilyn Monroe frequented!)

And as you can see, Lucie carries it off perfectly…

Lucie teamed the dress with elegant gold peep-toe pumps from Nine West sourced from Shoeaholics (adding the original vintage 1920s shoe clips herself), and beautiful bright blooms.

We’ve already heard Lucie’s own words about the day (see the link to my earlier post, below). So now I’ll let the photos of this amazing event speak for themselves…


Thanks to Mark Tattersall for the photos. If you’d like to see more, there’s a full feature on Lucie’s day on Love My Dress.

Thanks, reader, for dropping by today. And most of all, thanks and huge congratulations to our happy couple… Cheers Lucie and Joe!



Heavenly Vintage Brides

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