Brides-to-be looking for romantic, fairytale wedding dresses will love the latest collections from bridal designers Ivory & Co.!
Famous for their amazing wedding accessories, Ivory & Co. branched out to bring their own brand of feminine elegance to bridal gowns – and we think you’ll love their collections!
“A wedding dress should simply be the most important, most flattering and most emotive garment that a woman ever wears in her life,” says Sarah, Ivory & Co.’s head designer. “It should be beautifully shaped to give a flattering silhouette and be created from the finest possible silk fabrics with unique and breathtaking styling.”
These luxury designs are created in exquisite fabrics such as silks, French lace and organza, and are designed with pure romance in mind. With a range of silhouettes to flatter all body shapes and sizes, sophisticated brides-to-be are sure to find a wonderfully romantic look within these collections. There are four to choose from, but here at Wedding Ideas we particularly love Romance and Heritage.
Romance is perfect for brides looking for a classic princess dress – the collection showcases beautiful ballgown shapes, flattering sweetheart necklines, frothy tulle skirts and delicate lace sleeves. One of our favourites is Elderflower, a gorgeous lace design with a plunge back and corsetry to give a nipped-in waist. We love the hand-stitched lace applique on the skirt, and the stunning crystal and pearl detailing on the sash.
If you’re a vintage-loving bride, then take a look at the gorgeous Heritage collection – you’ll find drop waists, Art Deco detailing, cowl backs and tea-length skirts. We particularly love the design of Papillion, which was inspired by the Jazz era and looks like something straight out of the 1920s! Your guests will spend the ceremony admiring the intricate hand-beaded detailing on the illusion tulle back.
To see more of Ivory & Co.’s collections, visit their website – or, if you’re still on the hunt for your dream dress, why not take a look at our other Dress Collections?