Forget Me Not Designs are a British wedding dress company based in the beautiful Isle of Wight. Their ethos is to make every bride feel like a million dollars without the big city designer price tag. Established in 1989, they have been creating beautiful silk and lace wedding dresses for 25 years! Every gown is handcrafted by their highly skilled team, and you’re guaranteed to look and feel amazing!

Jennifer

A classic column dress in champagne lace that was designed back in 2005, and still sells today because of its timeless elegance. The coloured satin picks up the cording of the lace for added warmth and looks equally good on young and older brides.

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Iolanthe

Taffeta was really popular at the turn of the century and this 2 piece was designed in 2003. The big skirt was gathered and ruched up to create volume and drama as it fell into a long train. Teamed with the bustier style lace corset it was one of our biggest ever sellers for many years.

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Reubens

Classic 50s styling and rock’n’roll petticoats give this gown in Duchess Satin a distinctly classy look. When teamed with pearls, a birdcage veil and even gloves you could be on your way to Breakfast at Tiffanys. Part of the 2012 collection and still one the best sellers list for the themed bridal party!

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Jasmine

Lace has been a popular choice for brides through the centuries and after tiring of the strapless necklines that were so popular in the 00s, raised lace necklines became the new high fashion, giving brides the corset look but with a dash of femininity as a lace neckline provides only a modest hint of cleavage. HRH Duchess of Cambridge sealed the popularity of lace when she chose a high neckline and long sleeves for her wedding dress.

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Adele

A culmination of ideas led to this 50s shape dress which uses a coloured satin under ivory lace with the popular raised neckline and sweetheart bodice combination. 15- 20m of net go into making the petticoats to give the big skirted ‘I can’t stop spinning all day’ kind of look.

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