With a little nod and wink to William and Kate’s Royal Wedding, Creative editors Harriet de Winton and Ros Marshall of Cloth magazine hope to inspire the SIY - Sew It Yourself crowd with stunning bridal projects that breaks with the traditional mould.
The feature, published in the Spring issue of Cloth is the magazine’s most significant wedding project to date and taps into the growing market for do-it-yourself alternative weddings, bespoke bridal wear, accessories and trimmings.
Whilst the colour palette may hint at a royal theme, the duo prefer to speak about the designs as creating an individual look which is simple, yet, effortlessly glamorous.
“We want to inspire and encourage girls to sew-it-themselves, get creative, break with tradition and mark the occasion with these cool couture-inspired looks. For those tying the knot between Easter and Summer this year, there’s still plenty of time to follow our easy-to-follow advice and...