Nu Bride 2015 Wedding Dress Picks

An amazing blog series from The Grande Weddings Showcase official blogger Nu Bride.

There’s no denying it, our wedding fashion choices play a huge part of our wedding and can dictate how we feel, our theme, and more. So whilst it’s not the most important part of the day (some might disagree), when all eyes will be on you, feeling gorgeous and getting the perfect look for your wedding day, holds huge value for a lot of us.

When it comes to picking the perfect dress, we are blessed with an eclectic amount of choice in the UK and internationally, by a scrumptious mix of talented designers. Here are a few of my 2015 favourites.

Jenny Packham

Red carpet and elegant bridal queen Jenny Packham, bowled us all over by celebrating diversity so well at bridal fashion week in New York last year. Jenny Packham was the only designer to give a proud salute to the gorgeous eclectic mix of women who aspire to wear her gowns; curvy, real, ethically diverse women. I loved the 2015 collection so much I couldn’t choose one dress, so here’s three!

Jenny Packham SP2015

Jenny Packham SP2015

Jenny Packham SP2015

Inbal Dror

Offer some of the most fantastic wedding dress collection shoots each year. Israeli designer Inbal Dror never fails to disappoint with innovative designs for the sexy modern bride.

Flora Bridal

Another international designer flying the flag for Israel. New to the UK Chic, sassy and stylish designs for the fashion forward bride, who has an equally stylish other half on her arm!

Flora Bridal-1

Ritva Westenius

Hugely talented and passionate lead designer Chenca Williams, (a former prima ballerina) certainly knows how to create beautiful home-grown, made-to-measure gowns that are, fun, sassy, show-stopping and move with absolute beauty and grace.


Berta Bridal

Israeli designer takes the international industry by storm each time they launch a collection. Famous for their statement backs and gorgeous law long sleeved designs for the slender bride.


Ian Stuart Bride

The legendary Ian Stuart Bride takes pride in creating dresses to make ladies look and feel fabulous. Ian Stuart Bride is an international leader in innovative bridal designs for the lady who loves drama, theatre and isn’t afraid of adding a splash of colour and something a little bit different to her wedding day.

Ian Stuart _ Photography Christopher Dadey_ White Gallery London


Figure enhancement without the surgery, couture corset King, Kosibah, Yemi Osunkoya’s designs are made beautifully to celebrate the gorgeous female body. Accenting every gorgeous curve with wonderful precision, regardless of shape or size. For the bride who prefers a one a kind piece made just for her.
Kosibah _ photographyNikosGogas

Philipa Lepley

Leading British designer Phillipa Lepley’s has a wealth of experience in the industry and eclectic designs offer something for every bride, from the classical fairy-tale to the stylish, city chic Chelsea bride.

Phillipa Lepley _ 2015 Collection_ www.nubride.com_2992


Fresh off The National Wedding Show Catwalk, effortlessly elegant wedding dresses from the well-known high street brand are sure to inspire budget savvy brides.

Ghost_National Wedding Show

Elizabeth Stuart

This stunning 2-piece called ‘Moonflower’, will forever have a place in my heart. Definitely for the fit, fashionable bride, who wants to go against the constraints of tradition and do it their way!

Catherine Mead Photography

Oscar de la Renta

And last but by no means least. The exquisite Oscar de la Renta never fails to impress with their diverse, beautiful styles for the bride who absolutely enjoys luxury.


Be inspired

Nova Reid
Nu Bride

Picture credits:
All pictures are owned by the designers mentioned. We do not own any of the images used.
Elizabeth Stuart dress photographed by Catherine Mead
Ian Stuart dress photographed by Christopher Dadey
Kobibah dress photographed by Nikos Gogas

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