Scottish Bridal Designer of the Year
at the Vows Awards 2006, 2008 & 2010
Specialists in Vintage and Celtic Inspired Bridal Wear
The Celtic knot is perhaps the most notorious and recognizable artwork in Celtic history. The earliest examples date from about 450 AD and their meaning is sketchy as there is little written history documenting their purpose. To the eye,the knot has no beginning and no end, leading to the belief that the pattern symbolises the timeless nature of our spirit. To couples with a Celtic heritage, the knot epitomises their love.
In our 'Celtic Spirit Collection' you will find a collection of dresses inspired by the fashions of medieval Britain, each one made from the finest of fabrics with the most delicate of embroidery and lavishly adorned with crystals, sequins and pearls. Throughout the collection the celtic knot subtily winds its way around various necklines, cuffs and hems.
The collection consists of dresses, coats, and capes, details of which can be found by clicking on the images to the left.