Some incredible Bridal designers were at BRIDES The Show a few weeks ago. Here’s a snippet of some of our faves and why.
We can not speak highly enough of Andrea and her team. They have their wee shop in Farringdon where there are rows of dresses with clean lines. Andrea’s attention to detail is next to none and we love this intricate dress – what a beaut! Hiding in the City Flowers were commissioned last year to decorate their shop, and pad it out in Christmas wreaths for their window display.
Hiding in the City Flowers met Suzanne Neville at BRIDES the Show 2015 and this year were asked to help decorate their stand with flowers. We used clean, white hydrangea, coupled with a few faux peony and dried Pampas grass to replicate the luxury that Suzannes designed exude. We snuck in our British Eucalyptus which is grown in Surrey for a beautiful teal hue. Check out our fave dress
We love the Miro Skirt on this dress – Antoinette. Separates have been massive and this little number is elegant and ridiculously en trend. One of our favourites.
We were stand neighbours with Charlotte Simpson who had the privilege to watch us wrestle with mountains of Ivy whilst building our stand. When we had a moment to stand back and turn around, Charlottes incredibly beautiful and elegant dress’s sung out. Non fussy but incredibly glamorous, we fell in love. WHEN CAN I GET MARRIED?!?!? I might just buy one and rock around the house in it.
Technically not at the show, but at the show. Otaduy came to our stand to say ola and we are so glad they did! Check out their beautiful feed on insta as their ethos is ours too and their dress’s are deluxe.
One of the nicest women we have met in the wedding industry. They opened their showroom in Victoria earlier this year to show case their delicate dresses. We love the key hole and back show on the Sienna with jacket.
We fell in love with these dress’s when they arrived on a styled shoot we did for ‘Rock my wedding’ last year with Kat Otterman and Coco Weddings. ‘Tropics in the City’ Photographed by Rebecca Goddard Photography