Putting together our ‘year in review’ feature in January is one of my favourite things to do as it allows me to sit down with a cup of coffee and take a look once more through all the amazing photos we’ve received from our beautiful Brides over the course of the year. It is this experience which makes me truly grateful to have such a wonderful job, and it is thanks to our fabulous Brides that we are able to keep bringing happiness to many more of you to come.
2018 may have been one of the most exciting years in the Bridal world thanks to Megan Markle’s wedding to Prince Harry, but for us, the true highlight of this past year has been seeing photos of our Brides wearing their fabulous House of Elliot boots and shoes. Below is just a small selection of our favourites, each Bride bringing her own unique style and originality to her wedding look. With weddings from Paris, to New Zealand, England to the USA, House of Elliot has become a global boutique brand thanks to you choosing us for your special day.
I would also like to thank all the photographers who captured these beautiful images, they are truly magical. I can’t wait to see what 2019 brings!
Wishing you a very Happy 2019!
Wedding Wishes and Love as always,
I had searched online for lace boots as I wanted something totally different, unique and sexy! Something outside of the norm! I spotted these absolutely perfect boots online and fell in love at first sight. I was not sure about ordering online and kept looking locally but kept going back to these beautiful lace boots. I just had to have them. It completed my look and I had an endless amount of comments about them – in fact, they became a feature of our wedding. – Frances, New Zealand.
Bride Chantal wearing her ‘Evangeline Elliot’ vintage knee high boots. Photo by Fox and Fellow Photography.
Let me begin this response by saying that I only wear boots. My everyday footwear is predominantly made up of boots. I can’t get enough of boots. In saying that, there was no question that I’d be wearing boots on my wedding day. The only problem was I couldn’t find any lace boots that met my standard…until I came upon the House of Elliot website, that is. The Evangeline Elliot boot epitomized everything I was looking for, and then some; it was a done deal the moment I laid eyes on those boots. I was so grateful and appreciative to find a company that fulfilled my boot needs in every possible way. I couldn’t have been more honoured to wear the wonderfully handcrafted footwear that the House of Elliot provided for me. It was a choice well-made, to say the least. – Chantal, Canada.
Bride Rachel wears ‘Lottie Elliot’ vintage lace ankle boots. Photo: Jody Beattie Photography.
The boots were amazing and so comfortable to be wearing all day! I had so many compliments on my boots – they were absolutely stunning! – Rachel, New Zealand.
Bride Samantha wearing ‘Beatrice Elliot’ knee high boots in black for her Vow Renewal. Photography: Jessica Hustead Photography.
Bride Olivia wearing ‘Evangeline Elliot’ vintage lace boots. Photo: Clare Butler Photography.
I actually saw House of Elliot boots in a wedding magazine shoot and was blown away by how different they were. They are a real statement shoe whilst still feeling feminine and beautiful. I got in touch with Nicole at House of Elliot who was so lovely and decided to take the plunge and get them – and I wasn’t disappointed! They made such a huge impact on the wedding day – everyone was in love with them and kept asking me to lift up the bottom of my dress so they could admire them in more detail. They were the perfect accompaniment to my wedding day look – gorgeous, comfortable and I was absolutely thrilled to have them on. – Olivia, Uk.
Bride Robyn wears ‘Lottie Elliot’ ivory vintage lace ankle boots. Photo: Ally Stewart Photography
I originally saw House of Elliot’s boots in a wedding article online and I knew I had to have them when I saw them and I went to order them right there and then. I couldn’t have imagined wearing anything else. The intricate ivory lace detail perfectly matched the lace on my dress. They looked rustic and victorian which my sister called ‘so me’. They had the added benefit of being super comfy and incredibly easy to walk in. Even though my dress had loads of layers of tulle that you couldn’t see anything under, I made the point of hoicking it up and showing them off to anyone who would look! – Robyn, Scotland.
Bride Steffani wears ‘Lizzie Elliot’ ivory lace Victorian ankle boots. Photo: Alex Bowlin Photography.
Thank you so much for creating my dream wedding shoes! – Steffani, USA.
Bride Taylor wearing ‘Evangeline Elliot’ vintage lace knee high boots. Photo: Emily Lucas Photography.
Special thanks to House of Elliot for being very accommodating, responsive, and for creating the shoes I got to walk down the aisle in!
Bride Kelly wearing a pair of ‘Lottie Elliot’ vintage lace ankle boots. Photo: Olly Knight Photography.
In terms of footwear, my priority was comfort first so when I found my perfect boot on the House of Elliot website, I was over the moon. I simply loved the beauty and uniqueness of the Lotti Elliot. They were handmade with intricate detailing. I just knew they would compliment my dress. The whole experience from choosing the right size to receiving the beautifully wrapped box was so enjoyable. Nicole simply rocks the customer service world. – Kelly, Uk.
French Bride & Groom Sandra & Joel in Paris on their wedding day. Sandra is wearing a pair of over the knee ‘Goodnight Sweetheart‘ ivory lace boots.
Canadian Bride Liz wearing ‘Evangeline Elliot’ vintage knee high boots in white. Photo: Teller of Tales Photography.
Bride Elizabeth wearing ‘Evangeline Elliot’ lace boots in ivory. Photography: Melissa Kincaid Photography.
I will be forever in love with my wedding boots! – Elizabeth, USA.
Bride Heather wearing ‘Goodnight Sweetheart’ lace boots in ivory. Photography: Jonathan Ryder.
Thank you so much to the wonderful people at House of Elliot for helping me order these fabulous shoes for the big day. They are one of my favourite unique pieces in my closet! – Heather, USA (wedding in Northern Ireland).