Victoria Pendleton’s bridal look

After five years together, Olympic Golden girl Victoria Pendleton finally married her love Scott Gardner, and the couple chose to celebrate their wedding in the pretty walled garden of their country manor state, as an exclusive picture on HELLO! Online shows.

Here we closely examine her bridal look, including her stunning wedding dress, her sparkly shoes and the romantic wedding bouquet.




The dress and shoes

For the special occasion, Victoria chose British Designer Suzanne Neville. She went for the Duchesse dress with silk lace overlay fitted fishtail style with structure throughout the bodice and scalloped edging detail on the train. The dress can be seen on her website.



The bridal shoes were by Emmy London and she chose the Francesca design. The beautiful vintage sandal shape is fully embellished in crystal and mother of Pearl shell embroidery, made in the softest blush leather with metallic rose gold trim. Prince of the shoe is available upon request.


victoria-shoesHair and make-up

Bride Victoria wore her hair in a neat up-do and accessorised it with a stunning Mother of Pearl and crystal butterfly design comb, pictured below. The beautiful piece is available from the Emmy London website for £195.

Her make-up was in natural, peachy tones and it was done by Lisa Harris-Boys, who also did Danielle Lineker’s bridal make-up.

Jewels and bouquet

Victoria kept it mininal in the jewellery department. She wore stunning pearl earrings and a wedding ring by David M Robinson.

Her bouquet was made up of white roses and freesias accented with seeded eucalyptus.

What do you think of Victoria’s wedding look?



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