Isabella Foulger

The atmosphere is very relaxed, Louise builds a personal relationship with all her brides which makes the experience even more luxurious.

Isabella Foulger, co founder of The Wedding Edition.

Beautifully captured by Louise Adby.

Alice Foster

Alice chose my Camellia dress with the Gerbera jacket for her September wedding with her family’s eighteenth century lace family veil; perfection!

Beautifully captured by Millie Pilkington.

Catherine de Cates

Catherine wore a sensational mikado square necked dress with a glorious overskirt which when removed, revealed a satin draped skirt, perfect for the reception!

Beautifully captured by Lucy Birkhead.

Arabella Toler

Although very decadent having two weddings – it was a great reason to get to wear the dress again, and two parties are always more fun than one!

Beautifully captured by Wild Weddings.

Rosanna Blair

The daisy jacket went so perfectly with the setting of Kew Gardens and then for the evening, it was great to have the outfit change to kick off the dance floor!

Beautifully captured by Philippa Gedge.

Serena Knight

Dearest Louise, I couldn’t have LOVED being a Louise Selby bride anymore!!
I absolutely loved wearing my beautiful dress you created.

Lucy Herbert

From my first visit to Kew, I knew I’d found something incredibly special – not just my tulip dress, which I fell in love with instantly, but also with you. You always made my Mum and I feel so welcome, we loved coming to see you.

Beautifully captured by Helen Abraham.

Georgina Hillier

Love in a Covid Climate

My first post corona virus wedding took place at the intimate Savoy Chapel, steeped in history and having stood the test of time, the perfect back drop for Georgie in Mimosa. With just ten people in attendance, “it was the best day of my life” she declared.

Beautifully captured by Tara Moller.

Fleur Chambers

To be a 2020 bride is a rare thing

“Despite everything that has been going on in the world over the last six months, we were over the moon that in the end we were able to get married on 25 July in such an intimate way, surrounded by close family and friends. To be a 2020 bride is a rare thing and I am so grateful to you that you were able to get the Camellia (with a twist) ready in the Nick of time!”

Photography by Emma Hare.

Sophie Laing

The Getaway.

Soldiers and vintage cars accompanied Sophie and Robbie on their journey to married life in September and the bride wore Honeysuckle with an oyster satin sash.