Liberty London weddings: accessorizing with prints from the iconic house of blooms will never go out of style. The fabric has been printed since 1875, so at this point, Liberty Art Fabrics’ magnetic florals are a classic. Here are our favorite ways to incorporate a little Liberty in your wedding.
From left to right, top to bottom:
1 :: Janey Liberty Print Flats — a pop of golden-heeled amazing under your dress.
2 :: Pomp and Ceremony Edenham Print Cufflinks--these look just right in a dark palette.
3 :: Liberty Wrap Belt–for the right boho dress, a very special sash.
4 :: Woodpecker Birdseeker Small Brass Trinket Box–handstitched on Liberty fabric, for a sweet bridesmaids’ gift.
5 :: Tux and Tulle Liberty of London Custom Bow Ties–we’ve used her ties in photo shoots before, so we can attest to their quality.
6 :: Bag Noir Art Nouveau Ikat Clutch–a custom Liberty purse for your maids to clutch during and after your wedding.
7 :: Liberty of London Custom Neckties–Tux and Tulle also makes longer versions.
8 :: Girls’ Liberty Short-Sleeve dress in Lodden Paisley–one option for a flower girl dress.
9 :: Liberty London Childrenswear Blue Isamu Print Dress–and another, direct from London.
Anna says: our roundups are intended to be both inspirational and aspirational. Some objects are cheap and accessible, while others are dreamier in both price and scope. We try to curate choices from smaller, less well-known shops and larger retailers alike. We suggest you cherrypick the things that appeal to you, ignore the ones that don’t, and share them in equal measure with our already Pinterested style boards.