Whether it is delicate lace, exquisite embroidery, dazzling beading, softly folding pleats of organza or structured ripples of silk, the unique elements of the gown are where you can truly express yourself as a bride.
American design house Atelier Fern pair delicate folds of featherlight parachute silk with sexy silver leather in Tamzin.
The Waverly from Elbeth Gillis’ Elegance collection features dramatic cut out organza in its crinoline skirt.
Exquisite lace tailoring. Gala suit from Francesca Miranda.
We love the detail in JJ’s House trumpet-style body-skimming style, and we applaud their inclusive sizing.
Chrysolite from Pronovias Privee’s is a masterclass in asymmetry, crafted in crepe. The shoulder applique lends added drama.
Monsoon have added 3D floral embellishments to the bohemian Luciane.
Leony is a handmade tulle robe, scattered with a butterfly motif from Nola Grey.
Virginia is a breath-takingly romantic gown from Patricia Barclay featuring bishop sleeves and a fully corseted bodice in printed organza made even more special with an overlay in silk organza.
We are obsessed with Alan Hannah’s gown and its origami-style work across the bodice and shoulders.
Hollywood glamour glitterbomb from red-carpet favourite, Tony Ward.
Vera Wang has launched a new collaboration with Pronovias for 2024. It is replete in her trademark blend of artistry and individuality.
Picture utterly heavenly swathes of ruffled tulle majestically billowing in your wake by Ronald Joyce for the Enchanted Collection.
Hi-low strapless gown smothered in tulle kisses made sustainably by Needle and Thread.
Annonna from Sanyukta Shrestha is a bridal fantasy of satin, feathers and delicate, detailed beadwork.
Sequins, pearls and 3D florals cover a two-piece from Danielle Couture by Phoenix Gowns. Also available in blush, pale mocha, champagne and sand.
A stunning gown, rich in princess storytelling with corset back and soft, romantic sleevelets from Envy by Phoenix.