Having heard kiwi born Megan talk about her amazing wedding plans during her fittings, we couldn’t wait to see photos of the big day! And here they are, captured by talented Fiona Kelly Photography. Megan and Rich’s got married in London, and had a vintage inspired wedding with uniforms, victory rolls, and an old Routemaster bus! Their wedding had also been featured on Love My Dress, so click here to see more and read about how Megan and Rich planned their day!
Here’s what Megan had to say about her dress;
“I wore the Marianne dress by designer Johanna Hehir. I wanted a dress that was 1940’s in style and this dress was the look I wanted in a style that flattered. To enhance the waist of the dress, I opted for a wedgewood/cornflower blue satin ribbon around the middle of the dress with bow tails that extended down the back and train of the dress. The colour matched in with elements of the bridal fascinator, brides shoes, bouquet ribbon and the cake. The same ribbon was used for the flower vases on the tables and the table name cards.
I loved the lace on the dress and the long train at the back. I wanted the shrug to emulate the 1940’s style of square shoulders and a high neck. The shrug was made with the same lace as the dress (cornelli lace) and pinned onto the dress to give the appearance that it was attached. I have a photo of me in the dress which is very similar to one taken of my grandmother at her 1940’s wedding.”