Historical Weddings

A 15th Century wedding party

A full wedding party, kitted out in 15th Century style.

From making the clothes and accessories for the wedding party, to co-ordinating the venue and hiring entertainers, we can make your wedding the special day of your dreams every bride hopes for.

Would you like a wandering minstrel, or madrigal singers at your wedding? A jester at your reception?

You can have your groom ride in on a white charger, or a “king” give him his knighthood during the ceremony. We can source hire costumes for your guests, and make an heirloom family sword to be passed down through the ages, engraved with the names and dates of every wedding (or birth).

Would you like to see a wedding we did, start to finish? Have a look at our 15th Century Wedding Gallery. Want something for a different period? Not a problem! Just ask!

Need jewellery? We recommend Von Ander & Cook Fine Jewellers, based in Sydney’s CBD for all your historical jewellery needs.

Giving notice for a wedding party.

We want your special day to be perfect, and with so many people to outfit, and so many special supplies to source, that takes time.

We ask that you please try to give us a minimum of six months notice for a bridal gown and outfit for the groom. If you require a full wedding party to be outfitted (bride, groom, bridesmaids, groomsmen, mother and father of the bride and groom) then we ask for 6-8 months’ notice.

In certain circumstances, this requirement may be waived, but only for the simpler styles of gown. Please check with us if your dream is still to have a period wedding and time is tight: we may be able to slot you in!

Fergus the Minstrel

Hire a minstrel for your wedding ceremony or reception.

 

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