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where the heart is. a decadent wedding at denton hall, yorkshire – emily & tim

February 28th, 2018 | Alexis Forsyth

A Decadent Wedding at Denton Hall (c) Laura Calderwood (59)

Today’s wedding is something of a dreamy countryside affair, close to the historic spa town of Ilkley in Yorkshire. And the location plays another key role for our bride and groom, Emily and Tim, as it’s also the overarching theme for their special day – giving the bride’s Canadian family a little taster of her hubby-to-be’s local heritage!

The couple chose their venue, Denton Hall – a Brides Up North Sponsor and Luxury Wedding Fair venue, no less (in fact, this feature is full of our lovely suppliers *waves*) – for both their ceremony and reception, and is often the case – the venue not only looked the part, but it was also conveniently placed for their guests. A little reminder that practicalities also beckon when it comes to those all-important big decisions!

But, getting back to the breathtakingly beautiful backdrop – there’s 2,500 acres of stunning parkland and gorgeous country views to fall head over in heels in love with; all exquisitely captured in the couple’s stunning wedding photography.

Stepping inside the 18th century stately home – crystal chandeliers, ornate fireplaces and a spiral staircase are just a few of the standout features delivering elegant Georgian vibes by the bucket-load.

And we simply must mention the couple’s colour palette – navy blue and pink, two of the bride’s favourite colours. Just look at the oh-so-pretty bouquets, floral arrangements and cheese tower, and you’ll see why this combination works together so beautifully.

There’s lots of other special moments to pore over today, so we’ll hand over the reins to Emily and let her talk us through all the splendorous highlights.

With images by Brides Up North Sponsor, Laura Calderwood Photography.

A Decadent Wedding at Denton Hall (c) Laura Calderwood (32)

emily says: We got engaged on 13th February 2016, while in Miami, Florida.

It was in our hotel room after a romantic dinner. Tim had hurt his back the day before so was struggling to get down on one knee. I couldn’t figure out what he was doing and kept on telling him, not to move but he was so determined! I was too focused on getting him to stop moving that I didn’t listen to what he was saying. When he took out the ring I was so surprised and had to ask him to repeat his proposal.

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We got married on 6th May 2017. We chose this date as it was one of the few available at our venue that year.

We held our ceremony and reception at Denton Hall in Ilkley. We loved the house and wanted the venue to be close by for Tim’s parents, who live in Ilkley. We also wanted my family and friends to be able to stay at the venue as they were all travelling to the wedding from Vancouver, Canada.

A Decadent Wedding at Denton Hall (c) Laura Calderwood (27)

Our wedding had a Yorkshire theme because Tim wanted the Canadians to experience his culture! We teamed this with a navy blue and pink colour scheme – two of my favourite colours.

A Decadent Wedding at Denton Hall (c) Laura Calderwood (36)

I wore a vintage dress which I fell in love with as soon as I tried it on.

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beautifully bespoke. a contrasting catholic & hindu wedding at redworth hall hotel – urmila & john

January 28th, 2015 | Julia Braime

a catholic hindu wedding at Redworth Hall (c) David West Photography (30)

Urmila and John’s two day celebration was a weekend of contrasting cultures, and a great excuse for two beautiful parties in one!

I can’t decide if I prefer Urmila’s traditional, romantic styling for the Catholic wedding day, or the colourful, bejewelled Hindu celebration that followed a day later. One thing is certain – this was one fabulouswedding!

With images by David West Photography.

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urmila says: John proposed to me in a particularly embarrassing and public way at the Hard Rock Cafe in Edinburgh.  He sent each table a note asking them to sing along to ‘Can’t Take My Eyes Off You’ by Andy Williams at 9pm, after which he would pop the question.  So at 9pm, led by one of the waiters (who pretended it was just part of a Christmas tradition), there was an impromptu sing song, just before he got down on one knee and proposed in front of a restaurant full of people. My shock (he had thrown me off the scent two weeks earlier by telling me he could not afford a ring, having actually had it made a couple of months beforehand!) was captured on camera by another customer in the restaurant and posted on Youtube. John won the ‘Most Romantic Groom’ competition for Brides magazine for his efforts.

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a catholic hindu wedding at Redworth Hall (c) David West Photography (18)

We had always wanted to celebrate both our cultures so decided on a two day wedding celebration over the summer bank holiday weekend (24th and 25th August 2013). The venue needed to be big enough, available over that weekend, have rooms for people to stay, and allow for external Indian caterers. Redworth Hall Hotel in Newton Aycliffe fit the bill perfectly, and was beautiful to boot.

We had a lot of unusual demands; having an Indian ceremony caused complications and chaos, but Vicky Dewdney and her team there were absolutely amazing. I would thoroughly recommend them as both a hotel and a wedding venue.

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The 24th was our Catholic ceremony, where the theme was classical music, champagne and opulence.  We stuck to neutral colours such as pale pinks, ivory and gold, with the odd splash of dark red in order so it was not too ‘girly’. We chose classical music as we are are both keen musicians, and met through John’s father being my music teacher at school.

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My dress was bought from the ever inspiring Wendy at Bridal Wish in Corbridge. Named ‘Balira’ by Pronovias, it was strapless and lace, customised with extra lace and crystals through the bodice.  I had tried several gowns on but was particularly assured and impressed by Wendy’s customer service and brutal honesty! This was teamed with some very contrasting blue leopard print Christian Louboutins and a cathedral length single tier veil with crystal detailing by Joyce Jackson. The bridesmaids wore dusky pink Twobirds dresses (with my sister wearing a bespoke necklace by Emma Hedley jewellery bought online and the guys wore contrasting navy blue morning suits hired from Waltons Formal Menswear Hire in Newcastle.

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We got married at St Mary’s Catholic Church in Wycliffe (John’s family’s church for a number of years). Each pew was dressed in a dusky pink chiffon material, with candles, lamps and petals by the side of each, while our aisle consisted of a white runner.  The altar was dressed in the same pink chiffon with white roses around the base. The church and venue decorations on both days were designed entirely by Zoe Pierson and her team at Kelly’s Event Boutique. Her imagination and commitment are second to none and She and her team put everything together, listening to our thoughts and bringing them to life, down to the most intricate details.  We could not have picked anyone better for the job.

Our ceremony was both emotional and fun. We had personalised poems and a lot of emphasis on music. John arranged the diverse music for Arco String Quartet, a small band including guitars and drums and Cantoris choir led by Stephen Pettitt.  We even high fived when the priest said we were now husband and wife!

a catholic hindu wedding at Redworth Hall (c) David West Photography (31)

a catholic hindu wedding at Redworth Hall (c) David West Photography (33)

Our stationery was bespoke and based on the Moet and Chandon label.  Everything, from the order of service to the menu plan was created by the extremely talented and committed Stef Chambers at Squarepeg Design.  She even put together the comical ‘Hoy Wuh’ confetti packets.

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Our wedding breakfast was held in the truly magnificent Great Hall at Redworth Hall Hotel. It was decorated in different kinds of chiffon, numerous candles, flowers and mercury tea lights.  The mixture of high and low centrepieces and carried on our musical theme thanks to Kelly’s Event Boutique.  The table names were our favourite classical composers written on manuscript, but bearing the Moet and Chandon crown, and we even had real miniature violins and tiny pianos as some of the centrepieces!

Each guest had an individual fact about them tucked into their table napkins (which bore bespoke luggage tags with their names in the champagne theme), to encourage mingling between everybody.  It took a lot of arranging beforehand, but really got people talking!

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Our best man’s speech featured a room change and was delivered by Jamie Miller and the very creative James Craggs of Roundhouse Productions. It featured a slideshow, a hilarious ‘Who Wants to be a Millionaire’ style audience Q and A, and even had personal messages from Eamon Holmes, Edith Bowman and Alan Shearer (to name but a few!)

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Our beautiful cake was a four tier creation by Mrs Robinson’s Cakes  based in Manchester and we partied into the night with Andy Nesbitt from AM DJ Services as our DJ.  Our first dance was choreographed by Neil at Newcastle Dance Centre.

My sister made a guestbook with individual envelopes for people to write messages. We also had a beautiful personalised knife with which to cut the cake, bearing our initials in English and Bengali and made by one of our wedding guest, Henk of Henk’s Woodwork.

As favours guests were given a ‘Recovery Bag’. In each bag was a mixture of painkillers, hangover food and a personalised NHS ‘prescription’, made by SquarePeg design (as I am a Doctor) with humorous instructions on how to combat Saturday’s excesses, and then prepare for more of the same!

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Our second day was our entirely different Hindu wedding.  The theme was based around fuchsias, purples, blues and fun, loosely termed ‘Bollywood Bling’.

We started the day with the ‘Gaye Holud’ ceremony where the bride and groom are covered with turmeric to make their skin ‘glow’.  Traditionally the bridal party wear yellow saris to this function, and the bride is officially ‘given’ to her new husband’s family.  This proved to be extremely emotional for my mum and I. Thereafter the girls went to get dressed into our saris whilst the boys had a football match in the grounds.

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The bridal party wore saris purchased from Kolkata.  Mine was a particular Banarasi silk popular in West Bengal, and eschewing the traditional red colour was violet and adorned with real gold jewellery. The bridesmaids wore contrasting turquoise saris.  The groom’s side wore purple Indian outifts, while the guests loved the opportunity to dress up in something different.

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a catholic hindu wedding at Redworth Hall (c) David West Photography (74)

a catholic hindu wedding at Redworth Hall (c) David West Photography (69)

Our ceremony began with a grand and noisy entrance by the groom’s family along, to the beat of the Indian Dhol performed by Apnabeat Entertainment.  John however was quickly stopped however by the bridesmaids who demanded a bribe to let him into the venue.

The Hindu wedding itself was conducted under a ‘Mandap’ with plenty of colour, laughter and involvement of the audience by the priest.  We provided beautiful, bespoke orders of service, which explained the ceremony, produced by Angela McGurk at Graphic Embers. She created all the Hindu stationery, based on purple, blue and pink Paisley design, but with a twist.

a catholic hindu wedding at Redworth Hall (c) David West Photography (91)

a catholic hindu wedding at Redworth Hall (c) David West Photography (76)

The wedding breakfast decor was a mixture of purples, gold and pink.  Each guest’s name tag was written in both English and Bengali. We had tanks of flower petals for the top table and the centrepieces were mixtures of floating flowers and tall vase arrangements. Our seating plan consisted of individual place cards on top of a table with an adorned bronze Ganesh.

Our Indian meal was provided by Saibal Maitra at Vujon restaurant in Newcastle which we would thoroughly recommend.

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We also wanted to give the guests some Bollywood bling, so we gave them ‘Bindis’ and bangles.  They were so much fun that even the boys got involved!

a catholic hindu wedding at Redworth Hall (c) David West Photography (113)

a catholic hindu wedding at Redworth Hall (c) David West Photography (121)

As we had already done a first dance the previous day we instead decided to do a first ‘tune’.  We therefore did a comical piano duet which consisted of plenty of hand swapping and running around.

a catholic hindu wedding at Redworth Hall (c) David West Photography (127)

a catholic hindu wedding at Redworth Hall (c) David West Photography (128)

The evening party kicked off with a wrestling match between the men from both sides (a bit unexpected, but thoroughly enjoyed) egged on by our Dhol players, before we went onto a Bhangra workshop (again provided by Apnabeat entertainment).  We then danced the night away with a DJ and the band Funk Conspiracy (who were particularly good sports as we were running very late and their drum kit almost got destroyed by two people wrestling!).

All in all, it was a two day wedding full of contrasts, surprises, colour, tears, laughter, love and a hell of a lot of fun!

a catholic hindu wedding at Redworth Hall (c) David West Photography (131)

a catholic hindu wedding at Redworth Hall (c) David West Photography (126)

Our photographs were captured by David West of David West Photography along with Kristin Moat who were simply astounding in their commitment and enthusiasm. Their pictures are just beautiful and their professionalism and hard work were just amazing.

Our video was captured by hdmoments.com and can be found here.  I had not met the team until our wedding day and was highly impressed with their work in capturing all those special moments.  If your budget can stretch to a videographer, I would definitely recommend one!

a catholic hindu wedding at Redworth Hall (c) David West Photography (129)

Our honeymoon was to Bali where we literally lay and baked for ten days; after that weekend, we certainly needed it!

We were so delighted with how our wedding went.  There were lots of small things that went wrong, but the reality is that none of them spoiled our days, and things that would have bothered me at the time I cannot even recall now. My top tip for other Brides Up North is if you have plenty of food and drink, good suppliers and most importantly awesome family and friends, then everything else will just fall into place.

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Watch The Birdy! A Real twobirds Christmas Wedding: Michelle & David

January 5th, 2012 | Julia Braime

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Friend of the wedding blog, Michelle from twobirds Bridesmaid, got in touch over the festive period to see if I would like to feature her gorgeous Real Wedding.  If you haven’t heard of twobirds Bridesmaid, you have had your head in the sand!  They make adaptable, beautiful bridesmaid dresses in one size, that can be twisted and wrapped to create lots of unique styles – perfect for all sizes and shapes.

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Well! I couldn’t wait to see what this pretty lady’s own Real Wedding looked like, and I wasn’t disappointed.

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Michelle tells all:  David proposed in Sydney, Australia on a sunny Christmas morning 2008. We were on a year’s trip travelling around the world together and my engagement ring was my final present from David. He had gone to so much effort to have it made in New Zealand and delivered to a hostel we were staying in all while keeping it secret fro me.

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Sydney is my favourite city in the world so it was amazing that David proposed there and now every Christmas morning feels even more special.

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We were married on 26 November 2010 at The Crazy Bear Hotel,Stadhampton – we knew we wanted a winter wedding straight away, there are so many in the summer and we felt the end of November was a nice way to kick off the party season! It turned out to be a perfect choice with a beautifully crisp winters day with the lightest dusting of snow!

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The venue is a really contemporary boutique hotel and has such a warm feel to it, perfect for a winters wedding. The place itself is so interesting that we had to do very little to decorate it. 

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We looked at no others! We knew people that had stayed there previously and raved about both the hotel and the food, we tried to stay a couple of years before we were married and it was fully booked but we saw they hosted weddings.  The minute we returned from travelling, we booked to see it as a venue and as soon as the finer details were ironed out we booked straight away.  It’s such a fun place and people talk about it all the time a year on! The food, the ambience, the space were all perfect for what we wanted, a relaxed, fun, great do,with amazing food and drink.

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I was a nightmare bride, I realise this having come to work in the wedding industry now! I tried so many dresses, mostly with flowers on and insisting I wouldn’t go strapless. I ended up going strapless not with flowers! I wanted something different and in the end I found it at The National Wedding Show, shopping for last minute bits for my best friend’s wedding which was six months before mine. It’s a Maggie Sottero dress which had been long discontinued and stored in a store’s cupboard.  It was white with black satin at the waist and around the train giving it a Chanel effect! It was six sizes too big but I found a wonderful seamstress.

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I carried orange and white calla lilies, just a handful of stems tied with some of the black and white fabric taken off of my train.

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My bridesmaids were in twobirds Bridesmaid. This purchase led to my life changing completely and subsequent to being a customer, I was offered the job of running twobirds in Europe! I swiftly put my ten years in banking behind me and jumped head first into this amazing industry.

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My maids of course looked stunning in these fantastically versatile dresses. One had just given birth and was so comfortable and glad she had no fittings to go to! They tied in beautifully with the theme in a rich chocolate brown colour, all worn long and tied in various styles.

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We used a really eclectic mix of suppliers and none of them well known! Our cake maker I met in the queue in Sainsburys, she’s a local mum with the most talent and enthusiasm I’ve ever come across, she worked tirelessly for days on our cake to capture the finest detail of our travels, even creating mini passports with all the stamps. We had a pianist who was a student from the nearby Oxford University, a photographer (Taphouse Photography) who was in his first year solo and captured some amazing images.

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We had a basket of sparkly flip flops on the dance floor to soothe tired dancing feet and pashminas to keep people warm if they needed to go outside (the naughty smokers!).

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We made our own centrepieces, purchasing dozens of vases and hundreds of baubles to fill them.  Surrounded by tea lights they sparkled all night!

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Our tables were named after places we had travelled and each had a silly photo from that place and the escort cards were paper postal tags with little travel stickers on, the foamy kind I used to love as a child.

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Our cake was epic! It weight 30 kilos, took five days to make and was absolutely delicious. Debbie Cakes as she shall always be known surpassed our wildest expectations. We had three tiers of suitcases, Carrot, Lemon Sponge and Coffee (used for desert). Each layer and the surround was adorned with edible pieces made of our memories of our travels, from a huge Las Vegas sign to us in our North Face Jackets and a map wrapping around the largest tier with our actual route mapped out. For two nights before we collected it we kept wanting to sneak a peak through her window but she insisted it be a surprise and we were totally overwhelmed when we picked it up – we both cried! Getting it in to the car and to our venue 1.5 hours away was one of the scariest moments of my life, it took up the whole boot!

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There are too many to pick just one favourite moment from the day.  Walking into the room and seeing all our friends and family, and David standing so handsome and tall has to be up there! The food was sublime, the dancing was so much fun, just seeing everyone enjoying themselves and looking so relaxed and taking in everything we had spent to much time creating.

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Our evening entertainment, Discquartet, were brilliant. Essentially there is the DJ who works with you prior to the day to garner your requirements and he also takes care of the ceremony music. He then has a four piece band who play with him so you get a real mix of sounds and they get amongst the crowd too – they created an amazing atmosphere and I had a lot of fun on their bongos later on!!

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We honeymooned in Dubai. We’d always wanted to go there and only had 10 days holiday so it was a great option for some nearby winter sun and a LOT of relaxation, with a little shopping of course!

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My top tip for other Brides Up North would be just do it your way and don’t get too bogged down by the detail, as long as it’s a reflection of you and your partner and everyone has a good day, it’s perfect.

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Oh, and if you make appointments to try on dresses, please keep them or cancel well in advance, it means a lot to small retailers!

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HEARTCongratulations Michelle & David! HEART

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Click here to read an interview with twobirds Bridesmaid and see more of their dresses.

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Newlyweds and Brides To Be!  Would you like to see your Real Wedding, Engagement Shoot or Proposal Story featured on Brides Up North?  Contact me

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Chic Chicks: twobirds Bridesmaid

June 13th, 2011 | Julia Braime

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Brides Up North met the gorgeous Michelle from the equally gorgeous (not to mention innovative) twobirds Bridesmaid at the National Wedding Show at the Birmingham this spring.  Like any wedding blogger would, I oohed and ahhed over her beautiful and clever dresses and she promised to send me some information to share with my readers.  Check this out Brides Up North…

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One Dress.  Two Sizes.  Four Lengths.  Nineteen Colours.  Over 15 ways to wrap.  No alterations. 

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I hope you are paying attention Brides Up North!  With a growing number of stockists up our way, you are going to want to listen up!  This is no gimmick.  I have seen these beauties up close and they are to. die. for.

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Michelle tells us more:   Inspired by a 1970’s Norma Kamali ‘Infinity’ dress, the innovative twobirds dress is the ultimate fashion statement. Made from a luxurious jersey blend the dress is infinitely versatile and suits all shapes (yes, it is all the SAME dress). The design is classically stylish, timeless and can be worn differently over and over again well after the wedding, effectively killing two birds with one dress!

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The brilliance of this design lies within the ingenious bodice straps that can be tied, twisted, knotted and folded to create a range of necklines from v-neck or strapless to capped sleeve. Bridesmaids can wrap it in any of the 15 ways, flattering their own figures and individual tastes while enabling brides to have the consistency they seek for the bridal party. Plus, their stretchy bandeaus are perfect for bridesmaids who’d like a little more coverage and bust support, making the styling process that much easier.

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The dresses come in a range of nineteen cat walk inspired colours, from the muted pastel shades of Coral, Jasmine and Putty, vintage tones of Rosewater and Dusty Pink to more saturated hues like Windsor Navy and Cabernet Red.

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Dresses are available in four different lengths and start at £205 for the classic collection. Check out the beautiful rosette collection, available in six colours, for a little extra something.

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The best part, especially for those in a time crunch: The dresses come in just two sizes (4-18 and 20-26) and won’t require any alterations.

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The dress is incredibly simple to style, but helpful twobirds has designed an iPhone app with short video tutorials to help you on your way. So when the time comes, there’ll be no hiccups with your bridesmaids’ dresses and you can focus on what’s really important: enjoying your big day. The videos can also be found on the website as can step by step sketches of each style.

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As well as their London base in the UK, twobirds is now stocking a select number of bridal boutiques with the number growing each month. Check out the twobirds website for a list of stockists in the UK and Ireland. If you don’t have a stockist in your area, fear not, twobirds operates a handy sample programme. For the small sum of £25 they will send a dress to you to have for seven days for your wedding party to try on before you buy.

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Plans are also afoot for appointment weekends to take place in cities that do not yet have a stockist – keep en eye on the homepage of their website for details or email uk@twobirdsbridesmaid.com

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Wonder dress.  That’s all I’m saying!

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Talking of bridesmaids – have you been following my Bridesmaid Rainbow series so far?  Catch up below:

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