From dresses to drinks, these seven autumn wedding trends are sure to be seen at a celebration near you…
The sleeve gets an update for 2019, with designers like Ines Di Santo (pictured above), Mira Zwillinger and Halfpenny London choosing statement tulle puffs or gorgeously light kimono-style lace sleeves – ideal for detailed volume without the weight.
Send florist and artist Harriet Parry a photograph of your bouquet, and she’ll capture it forever more in one of her exquisite, tiny postcard paintings. Each watercolour wonder takes hours to create using a magnifying glass – and makes the perfect paper gift for a first anniversary. From £120.
The photo album
Papier’s new photobook is a great way to remember your big day. The soft- or hardcover book’s textured paper has a coffee-table book feel, and it couldn’t be easier to design – simply choose and customise a template and fill with your favourite moments using your computer or smartphone. From £21.99.
Brit bridal shoe extraordinaire Charlotte Mills has unveiled her first vegan range. The handcrafted designs are made using the finest synthetic materials – and still feature the brand’s signature rhyme-embossed soles. The range is available to pre-order now, in time for delivery in September. From £230 to £260.
The flower girls
Cute flowergirl alert! The new-season collection from Marie-Chantal includes the sweetest silk dupion dresses and separates, not to mention embellished tulle pieces and jacquard prints, that are perfect for mini maid style. From £130.
The bridesmaid dress
Planning a festive or NYE wedding? Spend the evening popping bottles with Moët & Chandon’s new-look mini crackers. Complete with popping confetti, they make great favours. And if you’re feeling extra flash, look out for the champagne label’s new personalisation service in Selfridges from October. Crackers, £22 each.