White Tights and Peach Pretty ~ A 1960s Inspired Private Members Club Wedding…

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Hello my lovelies! 🙂 Got a super chic, fun and stylish wedding to share with you this morning.  Damon & Lynda’s wedding, which wedding took place on 11th February at 29 Private Members Club, in Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow, makes a beautiful nod towards 1960s style. I just adore Lynda’s dress {an original vintage number}. In fact, I just adore everything about this wedding, the cute pink bridesmaid number, the peach tones, the photography, those shoes, and those tights!

Lynda wore a gorgeous original vintage 1960’s wedding dress, by Dragonfly Dress Design – an original vintage find that she had shortened in length. By the way, these wonderful photographs come to you courtesy of Christopher and Gillian, of Christopher Currie Photography – a duo of immensely talented Scottish photographers. Look them up Scottish brides! That’s my order of today!

Bride Lynda told me about her dress…

“I really liked the simplicity, clean lines and A-line shape of the dress.  The peach underlay which sat under the lace exterior also appealed to me.

As it was a vintage dress and actually full length when I first tried it on, some adjustments were required! However, Lisa at Dragonfly was great at talking me through the alterations and did a fantastic job…” 

Love My Dress Wedding Blog – Photography Copyright (c) 2012, Christopher Currie Photography

1960s vintage wedding dress

Florist Sparrow and Rose provided Lynda and Damon’s gorgoeus peach bouquet {I am so loving peach right now, right up there with my other two favourite colours; eau de nil and pale blue… 

“I took inspiration from the peach underlay of my dress, and opted for peach roses for the men’s buttonholes.  This was carried through into both bouquets.  With Damon being an Aussie we also stuck a bit of Australian shrubbery in the form of eucalyptus in the buttonholes, to remind him of home…”

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Gorgeous, gold glitter shoes from Aldo.  I feel a purchase coming on.  Uh-oh….


Lynda’s bridesmaid wore an Icy pink 1960s dress with a diamante collar from Saratoga Trunk in Glasgow.  She also wore a diamante clip from Accessorize and silver 1960s handbag from Watermelon, Glasgow

1960s vintage wedding dress

…and were not Lynda’s bridesmaid’s shoes just really rather lovely?

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Lynda also wore a vintage bangle with filigree detail from Watermelon, Glasgow and rose coloured diamante earrings from River Island, and finally, she polished off her look with the most fabulous white pair of pearlised bridal tights from Sock Shop




Don’t you just adore this gorgeous pearl veiled Cap by Sasso? …it’s a purchase from Melle Cloche on Byres Road, Glasgow….






“We didn’t stick to a rigid theme or colour, but we both like vintage things and we tried to loosely incorporate a bit of this as we went along.  Our other consideration was to include some Australian aspects to the day.  We named our tables after various (and often watched!) Australian film and television programmes…”





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“When I first visited the venue I was bowled over by its interior, and especially the look and feel of the Supper Club, where much of the day was taking place.  The fact that the venue had a late licence, central location and a reputation for tasty food were factors too.  However, I think it was the passion and professionalism of 29 Private Members Club’s wedding coordinator, David Smith, which swung it for us…”








“My lovely dad gave me away.  We walked down the aisle to ‘Wild Mountainside’ (originally by the Trashcan Sinatras) sang live by Eilidh Grant.   We then plumped for a Crazy Little Thing Called Love by Queen to get everyone’s feet tapping on the way out…”



“As we wanted to design the structure and content of the ceremony we opted for a Humanist ceremony.  Our celebrant, Linda Britton was fantastic in guiding us through the whole process and was a very calm and reassuring presence on the day…”  



















“We didn’t opt for traditional favours, but instead our florist Lisa (Sparrow & Rose) created a lovely sweetie-table for us; displaying the sweets (an assortment of Tunnocks Tea Cakes, flying saucers, drumsticks, etc) in vintage jars…”


“We hung a couple of white straw hearts at either end of the fireplace where we stood for the ceremony.  We also took advantage of the club’s own candelabras and strung pearls over them.  The tables were also dotted with lovely tea cups, milkware and vintage jars filled with flowers…”



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“The couple opted for a no-fuss, classic wedding cake from Marks & Spencer

“It was the romantic pearl cake, which was all butter sponge with buttercream.  As I’m not a fan of traditional fruit cake I decided that butter sponge would be more tasty…”


“Wild Mountainside (originally by the Trashcan Sinatras) sang live by Eilidh Grant.   We then plumped for a Crazy Little Thing Called Love by Queen to get everyone’s feet tapping on the way out…”






Words of Wedded Wisdom… 

“Don’t stress over the finer details as you’ll be surprised at how most people don’t even notice if something goes awry!  Smile and be happy!”


Oh my. Oh my, I love this wedding so much – thank you so much Gillian and Christopher Currie for sharing it with me and my lovely readers.  Here’s what your bride had to say about you…

“We were so glad when Gillian and Christopher were available to photograph our wedding.  Not only did they put us at ease with their relaxed, fun and friendly nature, but they have a real flair for capturing the most excellent photos! 

They are a very talented and creative pair whose enthusiasm and passion for photography are evident in the results.  We really couldn’t have asked for more!”

So tell em what do you love most about this wedding.  Any other 1960’s inspired brides out there?

Take a peek at more 1960’s inspired weddings here and pop on over to the peach colour inspiration category too.

Much love,



Photographer – Christopher Currie Photography
Venue – 29 Private Members Club
Brides dress – Dragonfly Dress Design 
Brides Veil – pearl veiled Cap by Sasso – a purchase from Melle Cloche
Brides Shoes – Gold glitter shoes from Aldo
Brides accessories – White tights from Sock Shop,X
Brides fur stole – Mr Ben, Glasgow
BR>Brides clutch bag – Gold 1960s handbag from Glasgow Vintage Company, Glasgow
Grooms Suit – RDX from Roger David in Melbourne, Australia
Bridesmaids – Saratoga Trunk in Glasgow
Flowers – Sparrow and Rose
Cake – Marks & Spencer
Entertainment –Franco
Make-up – Karen Bowen
Hair – John Bowers at Bowers & Peacock, Glasgow


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Founder of Love My Dress. Passionate Podcaster and Editor. Annabel lives in rural North Yorkshire with her husband and business partner Philip, their two daughters and menagerie of furry hounds. She loves photography, meditation, walking, being outdoors and star gazing. She is fierce when it comes to championing talent within the wedding industry and when she's not working on Love My Dress, she supports her husband Philip in the running of the family's sustainable flower farm and floral design business, Moonwind Flowers. In 2013, she became a published author.

22 thoughts on “White Tights and Peach Pretty ~ A 1960s Inspired Private Members Club Wedding…

  1. Gorgeous picture outside under the lights. The flowers are completely lovely too. The photography really draws you into the day. Magical….

  2. lovely pictures and very inspiring! I’m getting my dress from Dragonfly Dress Design and Sparrow and Rose and probably doing the flowers – this is a rather fine testimonial for both of them! All so beautiful – especially the dress! Congratulations to both of them.

  3. What a gorgeous wedding, she looks amazing in her tights and dress, I can’t imagine anything else suiting her better!

  4. Love it.
    2 days in a row with work from North of the Border.
    And more from The Glasgow Wedding Collective folks.
    This wedding is gorgeous. Well done Gillian & Chris and all the other fab suppliers. The Bride & Groom look beautiful too. xx

  5. Wow! Just catching up over my morning coffee and I have to say, this is one of my favourite weddings I’ve seen on Love My Dress (and I’ve been reading a long old while!). I just love seeing brides who have gone with their own sense of style and personality and rock it completely. So incredibly inspiring! Hx p.s. Have total fringe envy 🙂

  6. I adore this wedding, it is one of my favourites to feature on here! I am in LOVE with the cape – I have been looking everywhere for one like it, I know it’s cheeky but Lynda if you see this comment and you would consider selling the cape, I would adore it and it would make the perfect final bit of my winter wedding outfit Jess xxx

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