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If you like your vintage look then you’ll be totally in love with shoe designer, Rachel Simpson’s brand new vintage inspired collection for both you and the man in your life.

Agnes & Norman takes it style inspiration from a bygone era with the emphasis on simplicity and quality. As Rachel said at the launch earlier this month, “each pair is designed to fit perfectly, feel indulgent and exude unique character and good old-fashioned quality.”

There’s fifteen styles in the spring/summer collection with gorgeous colours in leather and suede with lots of details and cute bows to create their vintage vibe. Prices start from £85.

Audrey 806 (pair) Betsy 817 (pair) Elsie 800 (pair) Frank 818 (pair) Greta 811 (pair) Daisy 808 (pair) Florence 812 (pair) Frank 819 (pair) Millie 804 (pair)

 

The range will be available exclusively online later this month. Just in time for payday!

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Lifestyle Images by Emma Case Photography

If you’re hankering after a vintage wedding then this stunning wedding shoot is just for you. Photographer Alan Harbord and the team spent the day recreating the 1920’s and 1950’s at one of the Wedding Dolls favourite venues, The George in Rye. Beautiful pictures, gorgeous venue and fabulous inspiration – enjoy!

 

 

Credits:

Photography: Alan Harbord

Venue: The George in Rye

Flowers: Florist in the Forest

Wedding Gowns: Victoria Allinson Couture

Styling & Props: Bellaboo and Beau

Birdcage Cake: Angharad Llywelyn Wedding Cakes

If you’re having a vintage wedding or traditional afternoon tea theme then you’ll love Alice and the teacup who hire vintage crockery and accessories in Kent and Sussex.

We caught up with the proud owner, Clair Hinge who gave us the low down on her business inspiration. She says “I’m always on the look for crockery to add to my collection. When travelling around I simply cannot resist a rummage around a local charity shop or flea market. My mind is ever-bubbling with ways to make use of my pieces.”

When asked what gave her the inspiration for her business, she says “My love affair with china started with a tatty box from the loft that contained a beautiful tea set that once belonged to my beloved late Nanny Cox. My Nan always hankered after the ‘posh’ and took great pride in getting out the expensive china when guests came for tea. Whatever memories I have of Nanny Cox always seem to finish with her sharing a cup of tea and biscuits!”

As well as a beautiful range of vintage crockery, Clair also has for hire linen, glassware, cutlery, vintage furniture pieces and accessories to really give any wedding a fabulous vintage theme. Prices range from £1.50 per cup and saucer to £6.00 for a 3-tier cake stand.

Plus they have a gaggle of ‘tea ladies’ that are available to serve in vintage inspired uniform as well as a washing up service. So you get all of the benefits and none of the hard work. Exactly what you need on your wedding day!

All images: Alice and the teacup