AN EPONINE WEDDING > KATE & MAX

We love working with brides at Eponine, but this bride, and this wedding, was a particularly special one. Jet’s nephew, Max, married Jet’s eldest daughter’s best friend, Kate.

We had the absolute honour of making Kate’s wedding dress, as well as both the mother of the bride and mother of the groom’s dresses!

Jet and her daughters wore Eponine too - it truly was an Eponine affair. We are delighted to share these photos with you.

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 Kate’s bodice was an off-the-shoulder lace corset with scallop detailing

Kate’s bodice was an off-the-shoulder lace corset with scallop detailing

 A row of covered buttons lined the length of Kate’s back. Her veil - her something borrowed - was lent to her by her mother-in-law who wore it at her own wedding

A row of covered buttons lined the length of Kate’s back. Her veil - her something borrowed - was lent to her by her mother-in-law who wore it at her own wedding

 Kate’s skirt and train was made of English silk crepe

Kate’s skirt and train was made of English silk crepe

 The mothers of the bride and groom also wore Eponine dresses. Sue  (left)  wore a bespoke silk dress made using a vintage kimono. Shane  (right)  wore a bespoke African cotton dress with a Hmong trim.

The mothers of the bride and groom also wore Eponine dresses. Sue (left) wore a bespoke silk dress made using a vintage kimono. Shane (right) wore a bespoke African cotton dress with a Hmong trim.

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To find out more about our wedding dresses or to book an appointment to come and see us, please email hello@eponinelondon.com

Jet Shenkman