Welcome to our bridal boutique, London, near Richmond and Kingston. Easily accessible by brides looking for a luxury bespoke wedding dress shop in the UK
Our boutique is located at the National Trust property of Ham House in Richmond. This is where we have appointments with our brides to come and try on samples, look at fabrics and design their own wedding dress.
We are located in the heart of this beautiful stately home, which is also open to the public. If you are not yet a National Trust member, we will happily pay your visitor entry fee for the day of your appointment, so you can enjoy looking around this historic house and garden, and enjoy the café, after trying on wedding dresses in our boutique.
We are very honoured and excited to be the first ever bridal gown designer to be invited to collaborate with the National Trust in this way, and to contribute to their flourishing growth, whilst enabling you to experience first hand, the atmosphere and grandeur of this truly unique place.
When you arrive, you will be met in the Great Hall and be shown through into our boutique in the “Parlour Room”, for your private appointment. This beautifully appointed space features grand bay windows overlooking the landscaped gardens, and plenty of room for you to enjoy trying on wedding dresses.
It is hard to overstate the grandeur and beauty of this extraordinary property, and we really hope you’ll take advantage of the opportunity to have a look around the place, and maybe consider becoming a National Trust member. If you’re interested in its history, do read more about Ham House in our recent blog. Ultimately it gives us the space we need to offer you our individual attention during your appointment.
What’s more, you avoid paying a hefty retail mark-up because we’re not on the high street.
You are welcome to bring along one or two friends and family members who might want to be involved in your wedding dress plans, and even your partner who might enjoy sitting in the café, while you try on frocks…
Please note: all photos on this page are provided by courtesy of the National Trust, taken by photographers Bill Batten and John Hammond.