Maggie Sottero caters to the romantic and ethereal bride who has a classic sense of style. Their wedding dresses are graceful and enduring, with a fresh aesthetic.
Ellis Bridals make modern, creative and unique wedding dresses that are style-led and beautifully made. They take inspiration from their 100-year history to ensure each dress is timeless and include intricate small details to enhance their gowns.
Award winning wedding dress designer Justin Alexander makes dresses that are inspired by vintage design yet paired with progressive details. His gowns feature stunning silhouettes, adorned necklines, exceptional quality and elegant styling. We have been chosen as their Premier Stockist in the Midlands, enabling us to offer the full range of their latest collections.
Morilee make enchanting wedding dresses in a range of styles from classic to modern, glamorous to boho. They have become one of the world’s leading wedding dress brands, thanks to their visionary designs. Morilee have selected us to be their Midlands Premier Stockist which means that we showcase the full range of their latest collections.
Crafted using couture techniques and quality fabric, Ronald Joyce gowns are known for their perfectly structured bodices, which create the most flattering shape for any bride. Their wedding dresses come in a diverse range of styles, shapes, fabrics and colours so any bride can reflect her own individual style.
Many wedding dresses will hold their shape on their own, but some require an underskirt so that the fabric falls exactly as the designer intended it to. Jupon make a wide range of children’s and adult petticoats to suit all different dress shapes.
To make sure you feel as fabulous as possible, you’ll need to choose a dress that suits your shape, so it flatters you and accentuates your best parts. As the choice of wedding dresses and styles available can be overwhelming, our expert team of bridal assistants can give you some useful advice on what will really suit your shape.
It’s worth being flexible – you might have your heart set on a certain style you’ve seen in a magazine, but if you try it on and it doesn’t feel quite right, be open minded and try on a few different styles until you find the one that makes you feel amazing.
Consider the venue and style of your wedding too – for example if you’re getting married on a beach something strapless and floaty would be better, as you want to make sure you’re as comfortable as possible on your big day. If your venue has lots of steps, a tight fishtail dress might be too restrictive.
When you try a wedding dress on, it’s worth sitting down in it too so you know you’ll be comfy when you have your meal, and that you can breathe properly!
And lastly, do consider the best people to take with you – someone who will give you an honest opinion, whose advice you trust, without having strong opinions about what they like would be a great help.
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