8.17.2017

Wedding Wonderland: Top 5 Newest Bridal Designers

I spend a lot of time searching for new wedding/bridal designers. It's something that I love and what I love more is sharing them with you, my audience. This week we have a guest post on the top 5 up and coming bridal designers who are taking the world by storm...

Guest Post By
Neil Savin

While some bridal designers are well established and well-known, such as Vera Wang and Oscar de la Renta, there are quite a few up and coming wedding dress designers who are bringing fresh and new ideas to the word of bridal gowns. If you are planning a wedding and you haven't chosen your wedding dress yet, here are some of the new guard of bridal gown designers that you might like to take a look at.

Suzanne Harward
Suzanne Harward is an Australian designer who has designed wedding dresses since 1975. Up until recently, her dresses were only really marketed in Australia, but now her designs are available in the US as well. Suzanne Harward's latest collection has a Victorian feel and the style varies from short A-line dresses to ball gown silhouettes.






Caroline Hayden
Based in Minnesota, Caroline Hayden launched her first collection towards the end of 2016. Caroline Hayden is well-known for her strong, feminine silhouettes and her wonderful use of fabrics. Her wedding collection has an emphasis on separates and all the fabrics are designed to be wrinkle-free.






Hermione de Paula
Having worked at Christian Dior Couture, Alexander McQueen, John Galliano and Giles, Hermione de Paula started her own label in 2008. Her first collection was shown at the 2009 London Fashion Week and she has since gone on to produce a full range of designer clothing, including some stunning bespoke bridal wear. Often inspired by English gardens and the English countryside, Hermione de Paula outfits are romantic, delicate, and very beautiful. Hermione de Paula works as much as an artist as she does a fashion designer and her wedding dresses really do look like works of art.






Kaviar Gauche
Launched by the designers Johanna Kühl and Alexandra Fischer-Roehler in 2004, the Kaviar Gauche rage of bridal wear has a young, fresh feel to it and their bridal gowns are available at accessible prices. The dresses often have unexpected details in them and they are very feminine.







Donatelle Godart
Inspired by David Hamilton and Jane Birkin, Donatelle Godart's often feature a dreamy silhouette and are fresh and very feminine. Smooth and slim forms and lots of embroidery, silk and lace, each Donatelle Godart dress has a little bit of mystery to it. Despite the dreamy quality of Donatelle Godart's gowns, they are flattering for all kinds of body shapes and it's another brand that sells at accessible prices.






Anya Fleet
Born in Russia, the inspiration forAnya Fleet' wedding gowns comes from many sources. She established her bridal line in 2011 and her current style is a mixture of old style Hollywood and romantic bohemian. It's a clean, uncluttered look that creates a refined silhouette of elegance and sophistication. Every dress from Anya Fleet is handmade to order and she makes wonderful use of lace, hand embroidery and beading.









These are just a few examples of the many up and coming wedding dress designers who starting to make a name for themselves. If you are planning a wedding and you are thinking about wearing a bespoke designer gown, it really is worth taking a closer look at some of the newer designers, like Hermione de Paula and the others mentioned here, because you might just find the perfect wedding outfit for you.


 Do you have a favorite designer that isn't listed here? We'd love to know more about them. Please share in the comments section.

With Love,

Samala Carrington


"To love someone is not just a strong feeling - it is a decision, commitment, and promise." 
~Kirk VanOoteghem

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