From catwalk to aisle

County Wedding Magazines fashion editor, Laura Sutherland, reveals the 2017 bridal trends that are designed to last.

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Just a little blush

Freshen up a classic bridal look with soft pink and champagne hues.
Subtle hints of pink, peach and nude not only make up the bridal colour palette of choice this year, they’re also extremely flattering for all skin tones.

Image: Forget Me Not by Ian Stuart.

Flower bomb

Pretty petal dress embellishments take on a three-dimensional quality.
This ultra-feminine trend adds girlish texture to a big-day look while also keeping your silhouette sleek.

Image: Bellarose by Oksana Mukha.

It’s a cinch

Enhance an hourglass shape with waist details or an oversized bow.
Make the most of your waist – or create the illusion of a more defined one – by drawing attention to it with embellishments, ties or a cartoonish catwalk favourite – the big bow.

Image: Teleri by MiaMia Bridal.

Shoulder to shoulder

Forgo jewellery for statement epaulette sparkle.
Shed the bridal jewellery and make your dress do the work with shimmering straps and sleeves that create an elegant statement.


Image: Mayc by Amanda Wakeley.

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