Bridal Editorial – Vintage Lace Wedding Dresses Photographed by Rebecca Lindon
If you’re a vintage lover like I am, or a fan of anything “lace” related, then you’ll adore these soft and charming photos of vintage lace dresses from the talented London based photographer Rebecca Lindon. In her bio she states that, “I strive to capture portraits that are flooded with light and love.” After taking at look at these photos, all I can say is…mission accomplished.
I’ve always had an obsession with lace, in particular how it used within bridal designs. A age-old piece of lave makes my heart sing! This shoot was put together to showcase the best of lace whether that be an antique shrug or veil or the intricate use of lace in a modern dress. I scoured London’s vintage shops to find pieces and uncovered two silk dresses that had subtle but exquisite lace trimming for a more relaxed, chic look. They were both under $300. Of course the spectacular modern day dresses were from Ian Stuart Bride who do such dramatic things with lace. The setting was a former traditional English pub that provided fantastic textures and backdrops for this shoot – the wall paper was out of this world (and apparently worth a fortune). The flowers were bought from a local supermarket after our florist didn’t work out and the make-up artist worked her magic on those.