We have some truly breathtaking jewellery to showcase on Dotty Vintage Weddings this evening, and I’m delighted to introduce you to the luxury designer Armenta.
I’ve been searching for my wedding ring this week, which is quite possibly one of the most exciting, yet challenging parts of wedding planning so far!
Would you like the chance to win a beautiful vintage bracelet? Well, the first edition of Dotty Magazine is giving you the opportunity to do just that!
At the beginning of the week, we were lucky enough to welcome a brand new Dotty Sponsor – To Have and To Hold Tiaras.
This week, we take a look at beautiful boho and hippy chic wedding inspiration.
Bijou Junkie is a vintage inspired jewellery maker based in the South Coast in Sussex who produces quirky and bijou pieces for weddings and other events.
I’m delighted to share a fabulous guide to incorporating family heirlooms into your big day in beautiful brooch bouquets.
I absolutely adore the idea of a bespoke headpiece for my wedding day next year, especially a genuine vintage and reworked piece. TrifleRabbit Vintage offers just this! Read more…
Peta’s Vintage Boutique sells vintage and retro treasures ranging from earrings dating back to the 1920′s, funky swinging sixties necklaces to fabulous 80′s bracelets. Find out more here…
Karen saw an opportunity for her wedding business when she encountered a dilemma in her personal life. She established Bridal Eyewear, which is the perfect solution for the spectacle-wearing bride to be!
Enjoy a selection from Grays Antiques of London – beautiful, vintage or antique wedding and engagement rings.
I was delighted when I was offered the chance to review a piece of amber jewellery, from Hereford based company Henryka Amber & Silver Jewellery.
Read on for beautiful yellow wedding flowers, shoes, bridesmaid dresses and even a sunflower cake…
Little Largo Jewellery is based in central Scotland and is designed by Haldis Hughes in her workshop near Stirling. The new website was launched …