posted on 20th Dec 2013
With the Strictly Come Dancing final this weekend, it’s about old fashioned styling with a modern twist… Waltz down the aisle in this gorgeous blush pink tulle full skirted calf length dress, the bodice is covered with antique gold sequins, adding a touch of understated glitz and glamour.
Killer heels are a must, these wonderful blush pale pink court shoes, just like the passionate Tango, show their flamboyant side with feather and diamante detailing. Little gold ballet pumps would look fab too!!
This appliqué lace fitted jacket, in soft blush tones, decorated again with vintage gold sequins to tie in beautifully with the bodice, adds a 50’s feel. Coupled with the full tulle skirt, the nipped in waist will get your guests Jive Talking.
This 1920’s Vintage Inspired birdcage veil is a simple alternative to the tiara and dresses messed up Hollywood hair to perfection. This classic leaf design is decorated with tiny gold beads, vintage lace and sequins. This would look perfect too with a classic bob… think long gloves, beaded dress and dancing the night away to the Charleston.
Cha Cha Charm your way to her heart with this stunning blush diamond engagement ring… set in rose gold and edged with tiny diamonds, this ring is to die for!
Add a touch of elegance with these daaaarling earrings, perfect for the up-do. They will catch the light just like the glitter-ball and complete any bridal outfit.
This really is the floral version of the salsa… pure gold passion bursts through the muted pink tones… enough to make any bride blush.
Quick step your way to the Venue…an invitation to sparkle. With blush pink envelopes and gold inserts, these simple yet stunning invites will set the scene for your special day.
Score at least a “seven” with these little gold leafed jars, simply decorated with vintage blush Avalanche Roses. These jars would look wonderful as centerpieces on the tables for your Wedding Breakfast in the Ballroom.
Your first dance may not win you the coveted Strictly Come Dancing Glitterball Trophy but you can always reward your bravery with a delicious cake.
Jo at Gosfield Hall