Pride and Joy: Oliver and Emma-Louise Proudlock on how to get their dreamy wedding look

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  • Oliver and Emma-Louise Proudlock on their wedding day


    I went to visit Pronovias’ Chief Artistic Director Alessandra Rinaudo in Barcelona last April. She translated my thoughts into my dream wedding dress (pictured in sketch form). Aside from Oliver proposing, wearing it was the most exciting moment of my life.

  • This ring was designed by our dear friend Steven Quance to mark the occasion.

    Ring, POA,

  • I love this super fresh and light Christian Dior fragrance and the name, Lucky, could not have felt more apt.

    Lucky fragrance, £220,

  • This is my everyday YSL Beauty lipstick. It has a ‘done and undone’ style, which was exactly how I wanted to look on the day.

    Rouge Volupté Shine Lipstick, £31,

  • I wanted to be different and wear green shoes. They were extra special as Oliver bought them for me.

    Lookalike: Shoes, €590 (approx £510),

  • My earrings were my ‘something borrowed’ from my mother.

    Lookalike: Earrings, £3,325 each, Maria Tash at

  • As it was winter when we got married, I wore a white shawl to stay warm during al fresco drinks on the roof of The Ned.

    Lookalike: Feather scarf, £165, Yves Salamon at


    I wanted something classic yet contemporary for my suit.

    Suit, £1,950,

  • Emma bought my shoes and I bought these Love cufflinks for the day to match my Cartier watch.

    Shoes, £610,

    Cufflinks, £2,950,

    Watch, £9,250,

  • The earring is from my jewellery brand and the glasses were designed for me by my talented friend.

    Earring, £20,

    Glasses, £295,

  • My everyday winter fragrance is a classic that I’ve worn since I was a teenager.

    BOSS eu de parfum, £78,

  • The wedding service taking place at St Albans Church in Fulham, conducted by Reverend Pat Allerton.

    A version of this article was originally published in the Tatler Wedding Guide 2021, free with the July issue – on sale now

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