At the wedding show we presented the KD Bridesmaid collection for SS15. In the pictures above you can see the Black Fifi, Cream Penelope, the Karrah Dress and Lace Amelie Dress. All jewellery is courtesy of Cait Jewellery.
The shots are super romantic with the January sunlight casting the most dreamy shadows over the girls. The Isla Gladstone’s glass roof allows the natural light to shine through and highlight the silhouettes and structure of the the bridesmaid collection.
For enquiries about our bridesmaid range you can email the team on firstname.lastname@example.org
Photography courtesy of Matthew Rycraft.
If you were lucky enough to attend our In the Name of love Wedding Show you will have met some of the most interesting/lovely/talented/ creative wedding suppliers in the North West.
From top picture to bottom picture:
KD Bridesmaid LD Sequin Dress (from the two shows we have been part of this dress has all of the girls swooning)!
Joseph Massie Flowers – if you are looking for a contemporary wedding florist you must meet with Joseph and his team to discuss your dream arrangements.
Liverpool Cheese Company – a great alternative to a traditional wedding cake!
Strangecase Collective – these girls brought along with them their own instagram frame which was a hit with the bridal parties.
Clare Southern Macarons – I sampled one..or two of these at the end of the day and they were definitely worth the wait. Delicious!
The make-up for our models was done by Bobbi, her dosft dewy skin and soft smokey eyes were a match made in heaven with our bridesmaid gowns.
All images courtesy of Robin Clewley Photography
Start today right by looking at these picture perfect bridesmaids dressed in KD Bespoke gowns.
When you first meet a bride and her maids at the consultation it is important to get as much as you can from their initial ideas. Kavita (bride-to-be) wanted fuschia pink as her colour with crystal embellishments on the dresses. The wedding was to have a hint of Bollywood mixed with a dash of glamour, the main colour theme began with the maids and went through to the table settings and floral decorations.
Kavita was based down south and her maids were up in Liverpool so we did some of her fittings via Skype, so she could see exactly where she wanted the crystal detailing to be placed. A real trend we have noticed in our bridesmaids is to have each skirt part the same and the bodice suited to the bridesmaid. An idea for each bride-to-be to consider is for everyone to feel fabulous but also comfortable (dare I say it), do this is by allowing everyone to choose their own bodice style.
We are loving the finishing touches to this set of bridesmaids, from the bindis to the delicate floral wrist decorations. You can never begin to imagine how each bridesmaid will look once the hair and make-up is perfected and the accessories on. After dressing each bridesmaid and helping them safely into the vintage cars we couldn’t have been happier with finished results!
To book a consultation to discuss your dream bridesmaid dresses email email@example.com
Thank you to Matthew Rycraft for allowing me to use his stunning pictures for more information go to www.matthewrycraft.co.uk
Previewing our behind the scene shots on our Instagram, the anticipation is finally over. We are revealing the images of how our 5 KD styled up girls have interpreted their stylish personalities throughout the collection their own way. During the week, they came into the studio and chose 2 products of their preference. With the help of the KD team, we captured their street style creations against the street art that surrounds our studio in the creative Baltic Triangle.
Georgia is pretty in pink with Jayda Dress and Perci Coat.
Seventies vibe with Molly in Lana Skirt & Lana Bralet and Alba Jumpsuit
Sporting it up with Kwan in Dolly Dress and Black Fishtail Dress.
Keeping it classic with Beth in Sabrina Dress and Tava Trousers.
Our KD styled up girls have done a fabulous job and received a £50 voucher to spend on the collection. Keep a look out for our scouts in the future for this great, fun and stylish opportunity!
Oh me, Oh my! We love our new editorial photographed by Jessica Doyle and creative graphics by Sophie Heron.
We love a collaboration here at KD. We hope you love the final look of the editorial!
You can now shop the loungewear collection here http://kirsty-doyle.com/collections/shop-the-loungewear-collection
We love it here in the studio when we see a bride choosing to wear a coloured wedding dress. Here Diana goes for a stand out cherry red dress along with matching dress. Both are Bespoke Kirsty Doyle…
Diana looks beautiful in her bespoke satin back crepe dress, which is reminiscent of the classic 50’s tea length wedding dresses.
She carried on the red theme throughout by accessorising with patent heels and a gorgeous flower in her hair.
Full credit goes to Emma Hillier for the amazing photos…
The super stylist Karen Jones Russell asked to use some of the KD Bespoke Bridesmaid pieces for a shoot she had planned with Institute Magazine, of course we obliged and we are so excited to share the pictures with you. The styled shots feature the Rosalinda skirt, Marianna and the Esme Dress with the full length skirt. Shop the collection now www.kirsty-doyle.com
The tulle underskirt adds a some sculptural drama to the final picture – we have a selection of tulle skirts in the studio for our brides and bridesmaids to try to add drama to their own look.
To see more from the shoot go to http://institutemag.com/2013/06/16/underwater-love/
Another teaser from last week’s SS13 shoot.