Nature-inspired bridal trends
Fill your wedding with delicately detailed flora and fauna
From tiny birds and curling vines to finely crafted flowers, we’re crushing on these decadent yet dainty embellishments inspired by nature
Finely embroidered blooms make a fabulous focal point on this head-turning gown.
From teeny insects and birds to delicate florals, Devon-based Bee Lavish crafts dreamily distinctive bridal accessories from porcelain and fine silver.
This elegant confection by Peboryon is finished with tiny golden birds and the finest of detailing.
Inspired by Victorian floral lace, this ethereal dress blends soft tulle with intricate embroidery and the softest shade of purple – just the ticket for timelessly beautiful bridesmaids.
We love everything about these showstopping shoes by Harriet Wilde, from the gold foliage and pink blossom embellishment to the fact they can be customised for a bespoke touch.
Cornwall-based jeweller Victoria Walker’s exquisite kinetic jewellery features tiny articulated flowers that emerge and unfold from within. The symbol of love and passion, this rose locket is an heirloom-in-the-making.
A cascade of hand embroidered silk blossoms bring a beautiful botanical touch to this swoonsome silk veil.
compiled by Rebecca Matthews
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