Frockfollies by Gill Linley

 

Frockfollies by Gill Linley, create stunning gowns inspired by the medieval period,  Elvish, faery and fantasy.

 

Gill draws on her many years of experience working as a theatrical costumier for television, film, theatre and opera.

She worked with a major opera company in London working with top designers and just a few examples of major productions she has worked include Phantom of the Opera, Sense & Sensibility, Elizabeth, Faust….

Gill decided to move on and become a freelance theatrical costomier with a workshop at home and now creates stunning couture bridal gowns, offering a bespoke service and shipping worldwide.

 

 

Contact Gill to discuss your requirements via her website or connect via her Facebook page.

 

 

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Medieval Moods

 

If you’re looking for inspiration for music to set the mood at your medieval themed wedding, then I can’t recommend the Mediaeval Baebes enough. Their music is really enchanting. Their lyrics are inspired by medieval texts and played on classical instruments.

I was lucky enough to see them on a couple of occasions at the Joust Festival at Berkeley Castle and they were very compelling to watch and hear.

 

Speaking of Berkeley Castle, it’s a stunning venue in Gloucestershire and perfect for a medieval wedding with it’s amazing feasting hall and beautiful grounds.

 

 

The castle is exclusively yours for your special day and you can feel like royalty for a day and dine in the great hall, where real fires can be lit in the winter to have that added romantic ambiance.

 

 

 

Nine Ladies Design

 

Brenna

Nine Ladies Design produce absolutely stunning wedding and handfasting gowns inspired by medieval times, Arthurian legend and the stunning Pre-Raphaelite painter, J W Waterhouse.

 

Tara

Such sumptuous colours, and just look at the gorgeous sheen of the fabrics.

The studio is based on the edge of the picturesque and no doubt, inspirational, Peak District. and the Nine Ladies stone circle. All their designs and fabrics can be viewed by appointment.

Stay tuned for more medieval blog posts, including music and venues!