Finding the one…

Cambridgeshire and Suffolk is blossoming with luxury wedding boutiques with designers such as Ian Stuart at ‘The Tailor’s Cat’ in Cambridge to Grace Harrington at ‘Bury Bridal Rooms’ in Bury St Edmunds. There are dresses for the traditional and non-traditional bride following the latest wedding trends and options for those looking for something a little more unusual.

The catwalk has introduced some new and exciting trends for brides-to-be this spring/summer. From 30’s Glamour to Beach Chic, there is a dress for every taste this season. For the traditional bride, the off-the-shoulder neckline is a classic style. Pair with a sweet-heart bust and with an A-Line skirt for a timeless and romantic effect. 

Why not swap the veil and opt for a cape this spring? For those who want to cover up or add a dramatic effect to their gown, a lightweight, lace, cropped cape or a full-length embellished number will leave any bride looking and feeling sensational as she glides down the aisle.

Vintage fashion is still en vogue this season, and this is certainly true when it comes to weddings! Add a touch of glamour with a 30’s inspired gown with its quiet elegance, delicate fabric and draped details. Or perhaps you prefer a simple satin gown with lace detailing down the back or in the form of a regal collar. Either way you will look breathtaking on your big day.

The destination bride is becoming more popular with the leading lady choosing to marry at special locations rather than a church. Dresses that are lightweight, stunning and easily transferrable to their special location is imperative. Beach chic allows this from its Brides with asymmetric hemlines, peekaboo lace, even crop tops and a skirt, this look is perfect for those who are laidback.

List of Boutiques in Cambridgeshire and Suffolk