The Bridal season is upon us and it was my sheer delight to have just styled my first bride of the year.
It was indeed an incredible service held in the stunning Church right in the middle of Inner Temple.Then along with the guests climbed upon double decker buses to return to St Pancras Hotel.
Quickly re styling the five bridesmaids dresses, transitioning from demure ladies, suitable for church to sexy gals ready to party! http://twobirdsbridesmaid.co.uk/
Let’s look at the options of wedding gowns available on both the high street and designer.
This stunning gown from Mirror Mirror is a fabulous option for a bride who wants their dress to be more fitted rather than flowing. The embellishments add an extra depth to the overall design with elegant strap detailing.
This traditional gown by Caroline Castigliano embodies English heritage whilst the combination of silk and lace adds a modern finish, perfect for a brides who wants to sweep down the aisle!
The Therese ball gown inspired wedding dress is part of Vera Wang’s Spring 2018 collection. The lace sleeves add the perfect touch of elegance to this bold gown.
Vivienne Westwood Brides
If you would prefer a less traditional wedding gown, this multi layered gown from Vivienne Westwood is a great option. The classic straps will ensure all focus is on the bodice and the beautiful detailing.
Available from autumn 2017, this embellished gown from Jenny Packham is a lovely boho option for brides who aren’t looking for a large train.
Perfect for a summer wedding, this wedding gown from Topshop Bride is a gorgeous combination of silk and lightweight georgette with floral detailing along the bodice and straps. For £395.00, this is the perfect dress for a bride on a budget.
For a modern spin on classic wedding style, this tape work floor length gown glides over your curves to leave you with an envious silhouette.
For a more modern wedding style, this special occasion dress from Coast is the perfect summer wedding gown with floral prints and a luxe finish.