Wedding dress details from one of Kate's favourite designers

As a fashion designer and co-founder of Beulah London, one of pregnant Kate Middleton and younger sister Pippa's favourite labels, Lady Natasha Rufus Isaacs knew exactly how to style her "traditional and romantic" wedding dress.

More than 350 guests attended the big day when she married lawyer and one true love Rupert Finch, including Princess Eugenie and boyfriend Jack Brooksbank, Prince Michael of Kent and Prince Harry's girlfriend Cressida Bonas.

TV presenter Natalie Pinkham showed her support for Natasha's label, arriving in a Beulah design.



"I wanted a traditional and romantic dress and it was just perfect," said Natasha, speaking exclusively to HELLO! Online.

The strapless gown was fitted at the mid-rift to show off Natasha's slender waist, and French lace was appliquéd onto the body and skirt of the dress.

"I found some beautiful lace while designing Beulah's winter collection and ordered it especially from France," she said. "It arrived three weeks before the wedding which was a slight nightmare for the lady making the dress."


Natasha had signature Beulah buttons fastened down the back, and a long train and lace bolero to complete her picture-perfect dress.

The British brand's signature style was reflected in her bridesmaids' cornflower blue dresses, which had billowing sleeves and sashes around the waist.

Her youngest bridesmaids, who looked adorable wearing garlands of flowers, were dressed in the same shade of blue and had big bows tied round the back of their white skirts.


"We were so thrilled with everything," said Natasha, reflecting on the wedding. "It was such a special day with all our friends and family and it passed far too quickly.

"The sun shone, the setting was stunning and I couldn't have wished for a more perfect day."

Natasha and Rupert wed in a joyful ceremony at St John Baptist Church in Natasha's hometown of Cirencester, followed by an evening reception at the historic Cirencester House, home of the Earl and Countess Bathurst.