8 December 2011

The Definitive Grays Wedding Guide (or, how to antiquate the modern wedding)


What to do, what to do?  You could organize a wedding list at a plain-jane department store, or at a simple home decorating store.  Or, you could furnish your new life together with unique pieces that are infused with elegance and time.  Grays not only can help you with all you’ll need for the big day, but we also are a one stop shop for wedding lists that deliver gifts with more heart than a George Forman. 

Dresses
Vintage Modes 1930's Dress
Carnegie silk chiffon dress, 1970s.  Vintage Modes

Vintage Modes houses many vintage wedding dresses of exquisite style and quality.  And their range of formal dresses help every bridesmaid look fabulous. 
Lace Shawl, Diane Harby.

Diane Harby’s elegant lace collars, shawls and veils give a traditional diffidence to any bride.  They can also be used out of bridal context, adding a feminine touch to any outfit. 

JEWELLERY

I could go on about the renown stock of jewellers and jewellery that have found a home here at grays, from the Duchess of Cambridge earrings to the early 18th century diamond rings,   but I think I’ll let them speak for themselves.  

Rings
Art Nouveau Pearl Ring, Olly and Jo

Diamond engagement ring, Maria Perez

Diamond star cluster ring, Persis Antique Jewellers

Victorian Marquise Diamond Ring, Westminster Group
(Don’t forget the men!)
Nigel Norman
Selection of Signet Rings, Leila in the Mews

Wedding accessories
Baroque Pearl Necklace, Michelle Payne Jewellery

Pearl Bracelet, Miwa and The Pearl Gallery

Art Deco Emerald and Diamond Bracelet, M & A Kaee
Pearl Earrings, Beaut

Gold and Diamond Pendant, Michael Ventura-Pauly

Art Deco Sapphire and Diamond Brooch, Robin Haydock
Gifts

We suggest your guests buy only what you suggest.  Our dealers have everything under the sun in terms of gifts, so that your house is not only well supplied, but reflects your style. 
Art Deco Teapot, AMS Antiques

Enamel and Silver Coffee Spoon set, Hallmark Antiques.

!9th Century Serpentine fronted table, William Hodsoll

Early 20th Century Wooden Candlesticks, Mary Wellard Antiques

1900s Brass Trivet (to be used under hot pots and tea pots), Mary Wellard Antiques

Silver Sugar Shaker, Yasmin Gratwick Antiques

19th century silver box, John Vassiliou


For further details on placing a wedding list at either Grays or Alfies, please contact Jenna Garner on 020 7629 7034 or jenna@grays.biz

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