Created by Gill Linley



An 18th Century Corseted Wedding Gown, consisting of a fully boned period corset in silk taffeta, with a matching skirt. This corset which is constructed throughout with spiral steels is a truly flattering shape that will enhance any figure.

It is made from a creamy yellow silk taffeta with a contrasting gold colour used to trim the seams, tabs and the neckline.

The front bodice is overlaid with a delicate Nottingham Lace, and the shoulder straps fasten to the front neckline with eyelets and silk cord lacing.

The skirt shown is floor length, but can be made with a train. This gown comes with a Tulle petticoat.

This gown can be made in a variety of fabrics and colours.

Thanks to: Nicola at Bleak House, Broadstairs, Kent for venue, MM Photography, Deal ( for photos, Cuts- Incorporated, Broadstairs for hair and Nikki Coles for modelling.