Kate Beaumont


Making my own wedding dress was one of the hardest things I’ve ever done. Fitting to yourself is not easy, and neither is keeping everything effectively hidden from your husband-to-be!

My own wedding dress was made from oyster coloured heavy crepe backed silk. It was cut on the bias to create a flowing 1930s inspired silhouette. The front of the dress was high necked and lightly gathered under the bust. A diamond shaped panel at the waist extended to form two triangular side panels. The back of the dress was cut into a V and edged with antique lace trim. The trim was gently gathered over the shoulders to form floaty sleeves.

This dress became Honeysuckle - the first dress in my first Collection. View more images of Honeysuckle here

Our wedding was featured on Love My Dress - click here to see more

Images: S6 Photography