CATWALK YUMMINESS AT THE LUXURY WEDDING SHOW LONDON

Today I'm bringing you a second post on my visit to The Luxury Wedding Show London as promised last week. If you missed my first post you can find it HERE  :)

This post concentrates on some of my favourite designers from the fabulous catwalk show I got to attend :)  The models were absolutely gorgeous, the dresses were out of this world, the music was dramatic and the props were super cute!

David Fielden kicked things off with his edgy yet femimine dresses with models carrying birdcages and suitcases down the catwalk.   CUTE!  David has been very kind in sharing with me a little teaser video for his new Sposa Collection 2012.  I love love love David's creativity, it's not just the dresses that David thinks about.  Do watch the video it's gorgeous!










Loving this sparkly number!


Love this style dress with the shorter front, so quirky.  The frilled trimming with scalloped edging looked sooo pretty.  Loved the contrast of the corested top half of this dress and the girly frills on the bottom half.  Glam yet girly!


Perfect for the alternative bride wanting to make a statement and break all the rules




One of my favourite dresses of the show.  I'm a BIG Vivienne Westwood fan and this dress is perfecto for a curvy girl like myself!!  If I were to get married again this dress would be a definite contender!!!





Lots of frills and lace from this designer.  Very girly and feminine.  One of my favourite collections of the show



Loved this little short number.  Very cute!






How amazing is this dress?!  The Mira Zwillinger collection was out of this world, I'll be featuring more from this designer soon.  I met Mira's daughter who collobrated on this collection and she was an absolute sweetheart and so so passionate about their dresses.  The quality and detailing of these dresses is gorgeous.  Loved the little details like concealed pockets and detachable trains.



Angelina Colarusso's collection oozed Hollywood glamour.  Sumptous silks and the most gorgoues bustling at the back of some of these dresses





1950s perfection.  Candy Anthony never fails to impress.  Loved the pretty pillar box hats and veils too.





How cute is this dress with the high neck, bow detailing and those tights! Love it!


Loving this longer length dress with polka dots.  Very very pretty!!





Loved this look the veil had a beautiful gold fleck running through it that matched the draping material on the bodice.  Feathers were also a big trend around the show.


Another dress perfect for the alternative bride, the tulle was gorgeous....covered a silver paint splatters. Just stunning!


Last but certainly not least are these beauties from The State of Grace, stunning bespoke gowns and jewellery.  This number looked very geisha inspired, wouldn't it look stunning for an oriental inspired wedding??





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