Like many of my brides, Leigh-Anne didn’t want a traditional white wedding gown. She wanted comfort and mobility – something sensible, yet feminine. She’s also a huge fan of Laure de Sagazan’s bohemian inspired designs – dresses that drip with delicate french lace and fluid silks.
Her ankle length dress was fashioned from a soft nude pink base with a cream coloured corded Chantilly lace bodice and soft cap sleeves. Her waist was accentuated with a satin belt with a bow at the back. The silk chiffon skirt had decorative pin-tuck detail on the hemline.
The end result was absolutely gorgeous. Elegant, yet subtly so. Beauty in its rawest form.
Photography by Colwyn Thomas.