From moreish artisan marshmallows and delicate petal confetti to delectable tiered cakes and the perfect honeymoon loungewear, here are ten things we absolutely love this summer
Sassi Holford’s 1989 ‘convertible’ wedding gown was the last word in bold style, winning a national award and helping set her label on course for the decades to come. Today she remains one of the UK's leading wedding gown designers, also producing glamorous outfits for mothers of the bride, wedding guests and red-carpet occasion goers
White Gallery London is always one of the most hotly anticipated trend-setting events of the international calendar, and this year's event was full of bridal treasures. Here are 15 of our favourite gowns from the new-season runway shows
Gold wedding accessories add glamour and a fashion-forward edge for brides and guests this season. With shades in the mix ranging from soft metallics to bold yellows and dusky rose-gold shades, there's plenty of scope to glitter. Here's how to work the going for gold trend
Faux fur is making an appearance in bridal collections, while feathers are the hot ticket on everything from shoes to frothy skirts and glam jackets. So enjoy the chance to add a luxurious outer layer to your wedding ensemble. The trick is not to take things too seriously. After all, we all love to shake a tailfeather.
While lace may be a classic component of the bridal look, this season's crop of lace wedding dresses have been showing their contemporary edge. And, as Pippa Middleton's gorgeous Giles Deacon gown shows, lace has chic and luxury credentials that will always steal the wedding-day show
Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week offered rich treasures as well as an unrivalled insight into what brides will be wearing in 2018. Here are 15 showstopping designer gowns from the catwalk that made us go 'Wow!'
Engagement rings are symbolic as well as beautiful pieces of jewellery and our pick of dreamy pieces will set the seal on your romance, offering fine craftsmanship, precious metals and dazzling jewels
Cool and casual or glamorous and edgy, the 2017 bridal trend for wedding separates gives you scope to dress your own way and find the perfect pairing to match your personal style and your celebration
London designer Jenny Packham is already a byword for sophisticated bridal style, but her catwalk show at New York's Bridal Fashion Week ramped up the glamour, with lush silks, slinky silhouettes and glittering details on gowns and separates