Fleur by Stephanie Allin has all the romance of a traditional princess gown but with a clean, modern edge.
Rosie Red Corsetry creates stunning, bespoke gowns built around expert structure to fulfil the dreams of any fairytale bride.
Bespoke gowns from rosieredcorsetry.com
Kelda from Ronald Joyce is rich in colourful floral embellishments and jaw-dropping detail.
The Catherine bodysuit from Catherine Deane takes inspiration from abstract botanical shapes.
The Aurora Gown from Benveniste Couture is simple and striking with its blue floral repeat.
Flowing florals in soft pinks with green; a classic MaudiKa Bridal creation from the latest collection, shot at Gee’s Restaurant in Oxford.
Intricate sprigs of blossom overlay polka dot-flecked organza in the glorious Sunrise gown, from the Like a Bird by Amy Mair Couture.
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Wildflowers drift beguilingly across barely-there blush tones in The Meadow. The corset and skirt, by Phillipa Lepley, is inspired by the classic 50s silhouette.
The Brianna strapless gown from Needle & Thread is nothing short of a bucolic fantasy with shimmering sequins nestling amongst the embroidered blooms.
The exquisite capes and boleros by Ivory & Co offer a way of introducing floral notes to any bridal outfit. The Oriental Lily bolero is crafted from tulle and French lace and beaded in freshwater pearls.
We love the Pilar two-piece from Rebecca Ingram; a lace bodice paired with a simple, stretch crepe skirt and train.
Flowers and leaves trail in lace across this off-shoulder gown with sweetheart neckline and detachable sleeves: Ariel, from Annabelle.
Three-dimensional embroidery tipped by scatterings of pearl in Verdant from the 2024 collection by Atelier Pronovias.
The Renae top together with the Innika skirt (both Willowby) feature cotton corded floral embroidery. We love its boho nature, shown here in Dusty Hibiscus and also available in ivory.