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  • We've just been sent these gorgeous images from a recent photoshoot at St.Augustine's Priory wedding venue in Kent - featuring our beautiful bridal garters!

    We are loving the 1930's style dresses handmade by The Robing Room (designer J. Bayliss - my former University tutor!). Images by Yvette Craig Photography.

    Both bridal garter designs - 'Antique Rose' & 'Bonne Chance' are available to purchase from our online bridal boutique.

    Charlotte x

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    Happy New Year!!! For our first blog post of 2014, I'm so excited to share with you the news that Adam & I are getting married this year - 11 months today, on the 6th December!

    After visiting many venues since we got engaged on Christmas Eve 2011, we finally found the 'one'! The ceremony will take place at the historic Rye Town Hall with a reception to follow at The George In Rye; a gorgeous boutique hotel which dates back to the 16th Century. We love that both places have history! 

    The beautiful Georgian Ballroom at The George In Rye - I adore the chandelier and handpainted silk wallpaper. Photograpgher unknown, source - Pinterest.

    We decided on a Winter wedding as it is a nod to our Christmas engagement, and Rye is particularly magical at that time of year.  I don't think we will be deciding on a particular 'theme' for our wedding, but just incorporating the things we love! My Pinterest boards are in overdrive at the moment!

    Gorgeous winter wedding colour palette - source - Stacksville Design.

    For other brides-to-be out there just starting to plan their wedding, my top tip is definitely to get organised! Luckily our venues were available on our chosen date but some suppliers we desparately wanted to use were already booked - so enquire and book suppliers as early as you can.!

    I hope to share more of our wedding details throughout the year, and all the gorgeous inspiration I find along the way...

    Beautifully detailed winter wedding cake - source - Intimate Weddings

    Anyone else in the initial stages of wedding planning? How far have you got?

    Charlotte x

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    Thank you to Wedding magazine for featuring Atelier Rousseau in their Aug/Sept 2013 issue.

    Our Opal Blue lucky wedding horseshoe is featured at number 2 in their ultimate wedding wish-list!

    Charlotte x

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    Check out our newly launched Lucky Sixpence wedding keepsake - now available to purchase from our e-boutique...the perfect keepsake to treasure from your special day.

    Something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue, and a silver sixpence for your shoe

    The lucky sixpence coin has long been associated with bringing good luck to the bride and groom; the contemporary interpretation of this wedding tradition is for the bride - or her father - to place the coin in her left shoe as a lucky charm to bring financial prosperity to the marriage.

    Our lucky sixpence coins are genuine circulated British sixpences and therefore could also be used to represent your traditional 'Something Old'!

    Each lucky sixpence has been polished by hand; and is beautifully presented in our exclusively designed & handmade white ribbed keepsake box - complete with the traditional wedding poem printed in metallic blue. 

    We think this chic little keepsake would make a thoughtful gift for any bride-to-be or special treat for yourself!

    Charlotte x

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