November 10th, 2016 | Julia Braime
Dream dress hunting? Then listen up! For we have news of a super exciting event that’s being held by our fabulous Sponsor, Luella’s Bridal.
Located in the Wimbledon Village area of London, Luella’s is known for its stunning choice of handpicked designs, with each and every piece inside the boutique selected for its originality and beauty.
One such collection is the new 2017 Rose & Delilah wedding gown collection, which Luella’s will be showcasing in its entirety during a special preview event from the 15th to 19th November 2016. Available for the first time in the UK, the event will be offering the opportunity to brides-to-be to find their dream dress for their special day, which we reckon is totally worth the trip to London Town!
Luella’s Founder Rachel Attwell tells us more about the preview.
rachel says: We are so excited to be showcasing the latest designs from Rose & Delilah at our exclusive event. This timeless collection is made from a mixture of delicate French lace, sumptuous liquid satin and beautiful silk crepe and features a variety of stunning backless designs.
During the event we will be showing the entire 2017 collection, plus some additional pieces from their previous collection, which means that a total of 17 gorgeous gowns will be available to view. Furthermore, this is the only time that all of these gowns will be available to try on in the UK.
Those wanting to make an appointment should contact the boutique on 020 8879 7744, or email email@example.com. We look forward to seeing you there!
And to give you a taste of the beautifully elegant gowns that will be featured during the event, we’re sharing designs from the 2016 and 2017 Rose & Delilah collections, on the blog today. Ladies, the following may cause weakness in the knees…
Ally – Draped tulle petals strapless dress with attached floral applique grosgrain ribbon.
Angela – Sweetheart lace bodice keyhole back with gathered silk chiffon skirt.
Avery – Bias cut liquid silk V-neck with French lace bodice.
Bethany – Halter lace sweetheart bodice, keyhole back with high-low overlay lace skirt and attached sash.
Diana – Strapless satin bodice, tulle skirt worn with a lace belt.
Diana Jacket – Long sleeved lace jacket with bow back detail.
Eliza – Liquid silk low back gown, beaded straps with detachable cowl back.
Eva – silk crepe gown, French Chantilly lace waist and sleeves, with tulle overlay skirt.
Felicity – Low-back, bias cut four ply crepe gown with French lace sleeves and draped lace back detail.
Hadley – Bias cut four ply crepe gown with French lace sleeves and attached draped sash.
Ivy – Soft organza, four layered skirt with French lace sleeveless bodice and keyhole back.
Mia – Halter lace keyhole bodice with high-low overlay skirt.
Polly – A-line liquid silk skirt with lace bodice and tulle cap sleeve, complete with detachable flower on the back.
Rhea – Silk crepe low-back, asymmetrical layered gown.
Vanessa – Strapless lace bodice with lace and tulle layered skirt.
Victoria – Low-back lace gown, empire waist with mermaid skirt.
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Former lawyer and bride to be Julia founded Brides Up North in 2010 with a chip on her shoulder. Frustrated by the poor Northern presence in glossy bridal magazines and online, she decided to do something about it herself. Astounded by the rapid growth of her blog and brand, Julia now manages Brides Up North’s online content alongside their busy wedding exhibition season, industry events and related commissions. And she’s always, always, got a new project on the go…
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