All posts by Jill Wilde

Stunning Wedding Venue Gloster House

As a wedding designer I am always on the look out for the perfect wedding venue to showcase my designs for photoshoots.  Last month I was working on an inspirational shoot for  The Irish Wedding Journal, Autumn edition and I happened upon a gem. Called Gloster House it is owned by Tom and Mary Alexander. […]

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French Lace Chapel Veil

I love these photos of Gemma.  Her veil was an ivory tulle with matching Guipere French Lace edging. What’s so nice with  a bespoke veil is that the bride gets to design exactly what they want that completely complements their dress rather than settling for what’s available.

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The Sophisticats – Jazz Wedding Band

Really looking forward to tomorrow night’s event at the Tivoli Back Stage.  I styled the band for their launch photoshoot and they have kindly invited me along to hear them in action.  I heard some of their music during the photoshoot and it was brilliant. I have to admit am not a jazz fan so […]

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Rachel’s Wedding

Another stunning bride! Rachel sent me this photo of the dress we made for her for her wedding over the summer.  She looks amazing. Was so touched by the lovely testimonial she gave as well. “The moment I met Jill I knew I wanted her to make my dress. She not only is an excellent […]

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Wilde by Design client and wedding cape featured in the Irish Times

One of our beautiful brides was recently featured in The Irish Times (and we’re happy to say that Wilde by Design got a mention too!). Ann chose an alternative wedding veil – actually a wedding cape inspired by The Lord or the Rings movies, and made from the finest silk tulle. Ann also sent us this […]

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Wilde by Design featured in Confetti magazine

Confetti.ie have featured a Wilde by Design wedding veil in their round-up of 2015 bridal beauty trends. See the full article here. This is the Daisy wedding veil, a birdcage veil on satin ribbon headband. The flower detail features dozens of sparkling crystals. The Daisy Veil is inspired by the jazz age, the bright young things, the glamour […]

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