Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig’s creations for Marchesa were truly stunning with romantic ruffles, elegant lace and colourful flower appliqués and the show was closed with a breathtaking light blue gown adorned with hand-sewn pastel blooms.
For brides-to-be who prefer wearing white but in a contemporary way, there was a sleeveless white gown with plunging neckline and delicate white flower appliqués.
Julien Macdonald teamed a short, ruffled slip dress with a full-length wedding veil and also showed a number of cocktail-style and fit-and-flare white dresses which could double as wedding gowns.
We liked his glittery floor-length styles, which are perfect for glamorous receptions, while baby doll-like dresses are perfect for relaxed summer weddings.
Bora Aksu used his signature crochet and paired it with layers of lightweight fabrics to create amazing white, blush pink and sky blue frocks of different lengths.
His sapphire blue veiled gown might be the ideal wedding gown for an alternative bride who prefers unique designs and darker colours to traditional bridal styles.
Emilia Wickstead opted for a clean, streamlined design and made gorgeous pastel dresses, which we think are ideal for the bridal party.
Colour palette includes blush pink, light green, lemon yellow and bright orange, but there were also a few white frocks which are great for brides planning a small, intimate wedding.