Dotty Weddings!

I thought I’d embrace my blog name and share some wonderful polka dot wedding inspiration.

I included some Irregular Choice shoes when I posted about alternative wedding shoes last week. I found another pair that are too cute not to share with you. These Ladybird shoes have a beautiful detailed lining, and a rustic patchwork look. Image sourced on product page.

Ladybird Polka Dot Shoes

Shoes by Irregular Choice

I hadn’t come across Sarah Seven before, but I’m glad I stumbled across her on the Wedding Inspirasi website. ‘Elope’ is from her 2011 Spring collection – the dress has a polka dot netting and a sweetheart neckline. The name is perfect – I’d wear this if I was planning on eloping!! The collection, and other dresses from Sarah Steven can be found at her website here. Image sourced on the Wedding Inspirasi website.

Vintage Wedding Dress

‘Elope’ by Sarah Steven

The last piece of wedding attire that I’m including today is from The Garter Girl. This would work perfectly with the ladybird shoes and would be a cheeky addition to any polka dot wedding. It was a custom design from the designer, Julianne Smith. Image sourced from her website.

Red and White Polka Dot Garter

Custom Garter by the Garter Girl

Finally, I really wanted to find a time to include Peggy Porcshen Cakes. The company is managed by the talented Peggy Porchsen, and her husband and Managing Director, Bryn Morrow. Her team produce the most exquisite cakes with superb detailing and innovative designs. Cakes from the collection start from £500.00, with bespoke designs in the region of £1000.00 or more. The favours are also beautiful, starting from £5.00 each, and would be a wonderful and generous gifts for your guests. I’ve included two designs that incorporate polka dots. Images sourced on Peggy Porschen website.

Vintage Polka Dot Favours

Tea for Two Favours by Peggy Porschen

Polka Dot Wedding Cake

Chocoletta with Scattered Roses by Peggy Porschen

A polka dot theme can be cute,quirky and gives a nod in the vintage direction – think the flirty fifties. Something as simple black & white can be effective and striking. Include subtle polka dots throughout your day, or maybe have one big focus, like a polka dot wedding dress – but whatever you choose, make sure you don’t go too dotty!

L x


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