Friday, 10 October 2014

Wedding Inspiration At Brides The Show

I'm worried I may be going a bit wedding crazy. I've spent the last two weekends in a row at wedding shows in London. I'm drowning in a sea of chiffon, cake and candy colours. But I can say this, Brides The Show was well worth a visit. It felt like a very carefully edited selection of wedding suppliers and specialists, very different to the mass-produced, national suppliers you get at other wedding shows. Everywhere you turned you had a face-full of pretty!

I knew some of the suppliers already from doing my own research. The lovely Dottie Photography was there, check out her photos immediately if you haven't already, Bubblegum Balloons, in the words of Winnie the Pooh "No-one can be uncheered with a balloon", and Aurus London, who we have booked to make our wedding rings. But what I really loved at Brides The Show was the catwalk. Not your everyday meringues or dull wedding dresses, but a beautiful and varied selection of gowns from designers such as Halfpenny London, Naomi Neoh and David Fielden.

Stephanie Allin Couture


The catwalk was transformed into an enchanted English garden thanks to the unnaturally beautiful floristry of Zita Elze Flowers. Eerie, stunning and delicate - the wild meadow flowers and undone bouquets were exactly what I'd like for my wedding. I won't say the dress which stole my heart, as I'm still looking and don't want to give the game away for what I'll be wearing down the aisle next May.

Charlotte Simpson


Halfpenny London


Stephanie Allin Couture


Naomi Neoh


Halfpenny London


David Fielden


Which dress is your favourite?

Need some more wedding dress inspiration? See Kate Moss, Kate Middleton and Lily Allen wedding dresses.

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By Carina Sullivan

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