How you accessorize your wedding is all important.   Featured in this  section are businesses that can give your wedding that extra special something!   Whether it be shoes or handbags or indeed anything else that you didn't even know existed.

Vendula London

Head to The Wedding Shop for all your bridal needs and grab a glass of bubbly on the way!

Our new Vendula Shopfront Range is the perfect selection of unique handbags, accessories, wallets and purses for the bride-to-be – with pearlescent fabrics, pearl details and all the floral embroidery and applique you could ever ask for!

Of course, you can just as easily enjoy another classic design from Vendula to match any day-to-day outfits! Now, which way to the Chapel?


Irregular choice

Irregular Choice was created by Dan Sullivan in 1999 as a reason to stand out from the crowd.

Back in the late 90's Dan saw that the footwear market was becoming very neutral and black, yet there was a global demand for something different and individual, something to wear with pride.

Born in London, England, and growing up on the Kings Road in the 70’s during the Punk era, Dan was fortunate enough to travel the world throughout the 70's and 80's with his family.

Whilst his parents developed their own irregular footwear collections, including “Transport” and “Chaos Creators”, Dan got to visit the most amazing and inspirational locations, allowing him to soak in everything that surrounded him.

He had left home by the age of 15 and opened his first shoe shop in Covent Garden at the age of 18, which soon turned into 6 stores, until at 23 he decided to close the stores so he could travel and add to his already extensive knowledge of what the rest of the world had to offer.

During his mid to late 20's Dan chose to go back to meet with factories he had seen on his travels and understand the opportunities that were being offered from that part of the world.

“The culture, architecture and foods were big influences for my first collection in 1999, and that’s where I got the inspiration for the split toe shoe, which is still incorporated into my designs today.”

The opportunities that Dan discovered in China allowed for detailed and creative manufacturing, at an affordable price and with small quantities. This gave Dan the chance to combine the resources of the industry there, with the experiences he had gathered spanning the most creative times, and countries, of his generation.

And from this Irregular Choice was born.