Since we revealed the Wedding Ideas Awards 2013 finalists, we’ve been taking a closer look at the top five in each category. In this installment, we’re focusing on the Best Dress Manufacturer…

wedding-ideas-awards-2013-voting-logo-150x150One of the most hotly contested categories of the entire Awards, Best Dress Manufacturer is the one to win.

Past winners have shown that they can create stunning collections full of figure-flattering shapes at a price point that real girls can afford.

Here are the top 5 finalists for the Best Dress Manufacturer category…

Maggie Sottero

wedding-ideas-awards-2013-finalists-best-dress-manufacturer-maggie-sotteroKnown for their exceptional fit and super construction, Maggie Sottero wedding dresses make every bride look incredible.

An innovator in the industry, the multi-award-winners create luxurious, off-the-runway looks for a multitude of wedding themes – whether you’re planning a traditional church wedding or a glamorous red-carpet style celebration, Maggie Sottero will have the right style for you.

With an average price point of around £900, the Maggie Sottero brand represents affordable luxury.

Mori Lee

wedding-ideas-awards-2013-finalists-best-dress-manufacturer-mori-leeMori Lee have over 60 years experience in the bridal industry, offering beautifully detailed and elegant dresses. Award-winning New York Designer, Madeline Gardner is the creative genius behind all of Mori Lee’s collections, creating her signature feminine dresses for today’s modern and stylish brides.

The latest collection offers luxurious dresses with the focus on contemporary, ‘on-trend’ designs. Beautifully crafted with dreamy embellishments and a range of silhouettes, it’s sure to appeal to all contemporary brides-to-be.

Justin Alexander

wedding-ideas-awards-2013-finalists-best-dress-manufacturer-Justin-alexanderPerfectly capturing the essence of ‘vintage’, Justin Alexander is the go-to collection for all brides planning a chic and elegant celebration. Style, glamour, amazing fit and exclusive fabrics make Justin Alexander a cut above the rest.

The couture cut of the gowns and their construction, with fine silks and laces embellished with Swarovski crystals, seed pearls and sequins, make each and every one of these dresses a masterpiece.

Alfred Angelo

wedding-ideas-awards-2013-finalists-best-dress-manufacturer-alfred-angeloOne of the most recognised brands in the bridal industry, Alfred Angelo scooped this award last year thanks to their broad range of silhouettes and budget-friendly prices.

Embellished with exquisite embroideries, beading and laces, these dresses give real brides the chance to own a designer-feel dress without the designer price tag.

Established in the 1930s, this family-owned company is still making brides’ dreams come true today.

Amanda Wyatt

wedding-ideas-awards-2013-finalists-best-dress-manufacturer-amanda-wyattCelebrating 20 years in the industry in 2013, Amanda’s personal experience, knowledge and expertise shines through in her latest collection.

Known for her unique and fabulous fit, Amanda’s gowns make you look and feel amazing with the internal corset and exquisite cut. Amanda always designs with the female form in mind, creating figure-flattering silhouettes time and again.

The quality and palette of fabrics this year is second to none, and include tulle and silk-backed satins, vintage-style French laces and a fairytale of shimmering silks and taffetas.

Benjamin Roberts

wedding-ideas-awards-2013-finalists-best-dress-manufacturer-benjamin-robertsBrilliantly conceived, beautifully detailed and superbly cut – Benjamin Roberts dresses never fail to impress our brides.

The real wedding section of Wedding Ideas has been awash with Benjamin Roberts gowns over the last year and when you consider the flattering fits and elegant silhouettes in the latest collection, it’s easy to see why.

If you want a designer gown on a modest budget, Benjamin Roberts should be your first port of call.

Do you agree with these top 5 Wedding Ideas Awards 2013 finalists for Best Dress Manufacturer? Who do you think should win?

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