It's not often that we feature frocks good enough for your big day but with a vintage style beauty like this Opal Empire Gown from Fever London on offer, we couldn't resist.
Love Miss Daisy stock a range of Vintage Wedding Gowns including the dress featured above, which is made of knife pleated lace and cream tulle and dates from the 1950's. It comes with a matching lace bolero jacket and costs £400.
It's just one of many in the collection, which ranges from the 1940's to the 1980's. Prices start at £150 and go up to £600.
To find out more and book an appointment visit the Love Miss Daisy site here.
Like Everyday is like Sundae that we featured a couple of years ago, Vintage Scoops offers the hire of a traditional ice cream van. In this case, the van in question is Betty – a 1973 CF van that's been given a bit of a pretty face lift. The owner, Hayley, dressed in her finest fifties frock can serve your guests Beechdean farmhouse diary ice cream, as well as soft drinks from glass bottles and traditional sweets.
Vintage Scoops is based near Milton Keynes and is available to hire within a 30 mile radius. More details and contact details for pricing can all be found on the Vintage Scoops website.
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The initial collection of Biba for the House of Fraser didn't exactly set the world alight, bit the forthcoming Biba Bridal collection might find the company a significant niche market.
It's a limited edition collection of seven designs, sold in runs of 100 for each, along with a range of accessories, all with a vintage influence that's said to reflect the brand's heritage. One of the designs is pictured above to give you an idea of what's coming.
Look out for the range in February, sold in sizes 6 – 18 at the Bluewater, Dundrum, Glasgow, London Oxford Street, London Westfield and Manchester stores, as well as online. Prices are said to range from £575 through to £725, which isn't bad for a limited edition. The initial Biba range is now in the sale at House of Fraser too.
Looking for a wedding gift? Well, any vintage loving bride-to-be is sure to love the Pin Up Posy Jar from Cosima Sempill.
Cosima looks back to the Fifties as the influence for her ceramics range and this piece is certainly no different. The jar features an image of a pin up girl, dressed in a cheeky combination of her bridal veil and lingerie.
Pretty and playful, the jar costs £22.
Buy it from Papa Stour