Beautiful, Stunning Dresses by The Vintage Wedding Dress Company

Hello!

How is everyone on this Sunday?

There seems to be a certain chill in the air today…hope the cold weather stays away…brr…

For Love Vintage Tea Sunday Delight today…I have a gorgeous feature on an amazing wedding supplier called The Vintage Wedding Dress Company who was set up by the lovely Charlie Brear. This is a little bit about the company:

Renowned Stylist Charlie Brear has brought together her years of experience in fashion to create The Vintage Wedding Dress Company, showcasing to her customers a unique and enviable collection of wedding dresses and accessories. In an established career that spans the industry, styling innumerable models, celebrities and bands for music videos, magazine editorial, print and commercial campaigns, she has worked alongside leading fashion designers, styling and producing accessories for Matthew Williamson and selling under her own name at Matches. Charlie continues to privately advise many of her high profile clients.

In its central London showroom The Vintage Wedding Dress Company was created for brides who would love to wear something completely original but don’t have the time, the energy or the faintest idea where to start. As principal buyer for the company, Charlie sources dresses from London, Paris and across the world; her talent for discovering exquisite pieces is second to none. “I wanted to take the trepidation and hard work out of finding a unique dress to get married in,” says Charlie. “It is so hard when searching for a vintage dress to know whether you can restore something to its former glory. I buy individual pieces that I love and as a company we provide a service that does just that.” We hold a rare and diverse selection of gorgeous gowns and accessories from the Victorian era right through to the early 1970s, which are all beautifully cleaned and restored and can be tailored for you to a couture finish.

To complement the original vintage pieces the company has recently launched its Decades Collection. Comprising six new vintage-inspired dresses, one from each era from the 1920s through to the 1970s. With an unrivalled knowledge of vintage dresses Charlie has created a beautiful capsule collection of gowns each elegantly designed using the details and accents of decades gone by.

Love Vintage Tea ~ Stunning 1920′s vintage dress…. I heart so much!

For the bride who wants to wear something original for their special day, The Vintage Wedding Dress Company is a place to consider as there is some stunning dresses.  This rare and diverse selection of gorgeous gowns and accessories ranges from the Victorian era right through to the early 1970s. Exquisite pieces are sourced and discovered all over the world and brought together for you to view at their private central London showroom where they hold up to 40 dresses at any one time.

Love Vintage Tea ~ Silk Chic 1930′s – Stunning!

Love Vintage Tea ~ Gorgeous 1940′s chiffon vintage dress…

Love Vintage Tea Love ~ Add your 1970′s touch to your wedding with these beautiful dresses….

The following dresses have an Edwardian influence to them and they are oh so beautiful which makes them a Love Vintage Tea favourite

How gorgeous are these dresses? Go over to The Vintage Wedding Dress Company to swoon over their gorgeous collections from their original vintage collection to decadence silk and lace…..definitely very decadent!

Let me know which is your favourite era….!! :)

Lots of Love Vintage Tea Love xoxo

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10 Responses to Beautiful, Stunning Dresses by The Vintage Wedding Dress Company

  1. Aren’t they all fabulous, I came across this company just a little too late, about a month after I was married! I love them all, but I think my absolute favourite is the last one, just stunning!
    Thanks for a great post!
    Katie

  2. Hi Katie,
    Thanks for stopping by Love Vintage Tea! Yes, they are oh so beautiful! I love them all…the last one is stunning! I actually quite like the 1920′s flapper style dress too!
    Glad you liked the post!
    xoxo

  3. Charlie says:

    Wow – what romantic & dreamy dresses. Love this post. I can’t decide my favourite. I love them all! xx

  4. I love them all. I’d say however that the first and last ones are my favorite. I love little fringy things in the first and I’m a major fan of the kind of lace in the last one.

  5. Carms says:

    All so pretty! I think I’m in love with the 1940s chiffon dress – so gorgeous and dreamy xx

  6. LucentJewels says:

    OMG, I am in love! Stunning, stunning, stunning!

    It’s hard to choose a favourite, but I think the 30s collared bias-cut silk dress gets my vote – just the ultimate in glamour and sophistication. I really love the photograpy too – it shows the dresses off fantastically.

  7. loulabellewb says:

    Wow they are all stunning! I LOVE the first one!!! xx

  8. I love the last dress.
    I’m booking an appointment for June!!

  9. Hello Adeline,
    Thanks so much for stopping by Love Vintage Tea – they are all beautifil especially the last dress! You will have to keep me updated with what you end up choosing – would love to do a little feature to link with this! :)

    xx

  10. Elizabeth says:

    I am having an Edwardian Themed wedding!!! I found the last dress while seraching the internet and couldn’t find a designer anywhere! I finally found you site and went to the dress site… it is not shown… how sad!! That was THE DRESS for me! :( And I live in the States! Thank you so much for finally putting a designers name with the dress!

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