Before starting her own label, Danielle Frankel counted Vera Wang as a past employer. Taking that same understated ethos to her own designs, Frankel makes gowns that are effortless and inherently beautiful.
Not a bridal designer by trade, It girl Danish label Cecilie Bahnsen makes dresses fit for a wedding. Her feminine, floaty creations are perfect for the laid back bride who wants something that will be remembered for its individuality.
One Day Bridal
Whether you’re after a classic shape or something a little bit more boundary pushing, One Day Bridal is a go-to. Striking the perfect balance between contemporary and unconventional, this brand knows how to design dresses with real women in mind.
Whether it’s a silk wrap dress, a T-shirt-skirt combination, or a silky bridal pant, Lola Varma’s Australian made dresses and seperates are fit for the unconventional queen. Simple and sophisticated, this local brand is doing everything right when it comes to making wearable, supple shapes into covetable bridalwear.
Spell Byron Bay
One for the free spirited brides, Spell Byron Bay has turned their uber-popular ready-to-wear line into must-have wedding dresses. From a summery slip to a long sleeved lace number dipped in whimsy, Spell is the answer to any bride wanting to set themselves on the road less travelled — with gorgeous results.
Grace Loves Lace
Handmade on Australia’s golden coastline, Grace Loves Lace has built up a cult following for brides wanting to do something a little differently. Made to order, each gown is set apart through its attention to detail and classic — yet wholly fresh — design.
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