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5 hot mirco wedding fashion looks

We are going to have a  look at some options if you are planning a more relaxed wedding with a small wedding ceremony.  This is becoming a more popular trend for couples as the covid -19 virus continues to reek havoc with couples planning their weddings.

More couples are opting to have a small micro wedding inviting immediate family & friends with a view of having a bigger celebration later. If you are all the above lets have a look at what available to you. As designers are beginning to response to this trend. Offering brides more relaxed & understated styles. Less formal with quicker turnaround lead times.

This is something we are responding to offering a similar service to brides. These are some of the looks & styles that we feel you need to know about!!

1. Jumpsuit

This is one of the hottest trends at the moment, for brides having a civil ceremony this jumpsuit has a wrap over neckline with full length sleeves in a sheer embroidered tulle fabric. The trousers are a wide leg crepe fabric. This is a lovely modern take on a jumpsuit it has a soft feminine feel to it, ultra chic. This jumpsuit is by my all time favorite Rime Arodaky 

2.  Bridal Trouser & Blouse Look

This bridal look has been created through our bridal separates range. Which you can mixed & matched with our selection of bridal pieces. In this case we have team together a narrow leg ivory crepe tailored hipster style trouser with one of our bridal blouses. This high with smocking effect neckline & cuffs has a very relaxed & modern feel. Again this bridal outfit has a soft feminine look & feel. A great alternative for brides who prefer to wear trousers 

3. Midi length bridal dress

We love this stunning dress by designer Elizabeth Filmore  this great midi length wedding dress is quite classic in style. The cut of the dress is simple and understated with a gorgeous delicate use of French lace with a soft silk satin underneath to give a soft romantic feel. We love the volume in the sleeves also add more detail. 

4. short wedding dress

I love this retro 60s style wedding dress, with the clever sculptured bow detail. The pockets are a great feature also, the  oyster colour lace and satin overlay adds uniqueness to the dress. For a otherwise simple swinging 60s style dress.

5. Sculptured short dress

With our last choice style as its completely an alternative option for a bride that is looking for a style stopper. In a less formal way the gorgeous volume in the sleeves along with the long tails on the dress adds drama. Completely unique and out of the box if you are looking for something that looks more of a statement piece for a fashion forward bride.