Created by Gill Linley



An Eighteenth century Corseted Wedding Dress consisting of a traditionally constructed corset from that period made from an intricatley woven patterned fabric in peach and cream and a taffeta skirt.

The corset creates a wonderfully flattering and feminine shape. The neck, armhole and lapets typical of corsets from this period are edged with a hand sewn satin trim.

The back is laced and the front straps fasten to the top of the bodice with a delicate organza bow. The skirt is in peach taffeta with a tulle petticoat.

This gown can be made in a variety of fabrics and colours. Perfect for a Venetian masked ball.

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