Bridal knitwear is making an appearance on the wedding scene and I love it! Earlier this year I travelled to Amsterdam for a photography conference. I find myself most inspired during my travels and therefore like to take advantage of this! I wanted to take the opportunity to collaborate on a shoot as a result of being there. As a result, I reached out to cashmere bridal knitwear designers Klaartje and Ella from Madame Seguin.
Brussels based bridal designer Valentine Avoh provided the beautiful dresses for the shoot. With layers of textures and feathers the designs worked perfectly with the cashmere. The accessories from SIBO Designs brought a luxurious touch. Along with the statement jewellery from Cotton & Gems. Aesme had kindly hand drawn some bespoke botanical pieces to tie in the element of nature.
The bridal knitwear
“The knitwear collections are made in Mongolia by small knitting factories, made from cashmere yarn that is spun in Mongolia from fibers that are sourced from Mongolian herders. Madame Seguin’s core values include supporting the nomadic lifestyle and protecting Mongolia’s unique nature and wildlife.”
Madame Seguin have also been showcasing their bridal knitwear collection across the world. The images below have been used to showcase the bridal knitwear range at White Gallery in London (left) and Bridal Week in New York (right).
Rock My Wedding have featured the shoot, click on the link to view this.
The shoot has also been featured on the US blog, Trendy Bride.
Festival Brides, the fashion forward UK wedding blog and inspiration source have featured this.
With a winter blog post, Fine Art Wedding Boutique have featured this bridal knitwear editorial.
Location: Verbeke Foundation
Knitwear designer: Madame Seguin
Dress designer: Valentine Avoh
Headpiece: SIBO Designs
Jewellery: Cotton & Gems
Botanical Drawings: Aesme
Hair/MUA: Yente Hermans
Film lab: Carmencita
Bridal jewellery is key to complete any look. Why not head over to this seasonal editorial at Aynhoe Park to see more from Cotton & Gems.