Bride & Groom magazine provides urban inspiration

Issue 93 was all about Urban locations and the bridal styling to match


Blanche is the perfect gown for a waterfront wedding location like the Royal Yacht Squadron.  For a bride who is confident with her body the illusion bodice is so sexy and the weight of the crepe skirt means it will walk with elegance.


With a glamourous appeal Maggie Sottero Greer can move between the outdoor ceremony, which showcases the pretty floral appliques, to the night time glitz that the density of the beading offers.  Award winning Cibo provides a great location combining an outdoor area and a chic restaurant space for the reception.


As a blank palette the Bank event space can be dressed to any look that you want to created.  The walls of brick and boards offer the most amazing backdrops for all your wedding photos.  The lightweight and elegant Rebecca Ingram Hope gown means that you can have great fun party until the sunrises.

And then just when you thought you had it sorted they shot another look for each location!


Urban Waterfront

Maggie Sottero Odette is a demure gown, with clean lines through the skirt.  It's sleek silhouette has the right look for this modern location but still has plenty of gorgeous beading to show femininity.


Inner city sanctuary

Inside Cibo offers a contrasting backdrop.  So the gown you choose needs to be able to move between the outside environment and inside.  More pretty than glamour this Marys Private collection gown shows the same location can have two different feelings.


Historic Industrial

Deirdre's softness is the perfect foil for the clean urban lines.  By contrast the gowns softness and feminity shines through.  This gown just shouts out to be moved in so make sure you are ready to dance all night.