We always knew there was something extra special about Ian Stuart’s incredible wedding dresses so its great news to hear that he has been invited to exhibit at the at the Wedding Dresses exhibition 1775 -2014 at the Victoria and Albert Museum. This must see exhibition showcases 70 wedding dresses and accessories and has already travelled 46,425 miles to four international venues with 240,000 visitors. It opens in London on the 3rd May 2014 and features Ian’s show stopping wedding gown – Flowerbomb.
This amazing dress flatters the figure with a rouched bodice embellished with crystals and beads. The skirt and train are a confection of tulle and lace flowers in delicate pastel shades – pure Ian Stuart – pure romance!
Now that’s a wedding dress! We are delighted that Ian has revamped this gorgeous gown in the form of Cocorico for this bridal season. The figure flattering bodice remains with the gorgeous of flowers but the look is paired down to a simple mermaid skirt with an extra element of surprise – remove the skirt and party for the rest of the night in cocktail length!
Limelight brides absolutely love the versatility of gown and we love the idea of wearing this gown to the airport for the honeymoon – definitely an upgrade opportunity!
Wedding Dresses 1775-2014 also includes dresses loaned by Dita von Teese, and Gwen Stefani as well as gowns created by designers Charles Frederick Worth, Christian Lacroix and Norman Hartnell, who designed the Queens’s wedding dress. The exhibition closes 15th March 2015. No prizes for guessing where we are headed next time we are in London! Check it out at: