The Mews – a fabulous bridal shop in Bristol

The Mews Bridal

The Mews Emporium is a fabulous bridal boutique (that also has amazing talc free power for sampling), which is local to us in Bristol and stocks some of the most beautiful bridal gowns and accessories, they have clippers for barbers, pins, beautiful hair ties, etc. I bought my veil and hair pins from this fabulous shop, and the people who worked there made me feel very special (unlike some of the other bridal shops I visited whilst choosing my bridal gown!) In their own words:

The Mews: “The boutique will seduce you from the moment you walk through the door, with its inviting décor, opulent chandeliers and a myriad of shimmering gowns created by the very best in ‘British and International bridal couture’. Our collection of wedding dresses are passionately curated and draw on the talents and vision of the most popular and dynamic bridal designers today, including Jenny Packham, Suzanne Neville and Stephanie Allin.”

Also, The Mews is located in the midst of several quaint shops, stylish restaurants and bars in Clifton Village, which means that visiting the boutique can be a day out in itself! It really is worth dropping by, if you’re close enough to make the trip, otherwise check out their website:

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Bridal collection by Carlo Pignatelli

We found this video on Melbourne Video Production Experts which takes you backstage at the Florinda Spring/Summer 2013 bridal photoshoot. There are some fabulous wedding dresses being modeled here, which are simple, elegant and incredibly glamorous. Speaking of glamorous, Take a look on this Tungsten Rings that you can buy for your Wedding Ring.

Carlo Pignatelli had worked on his bridal collection for several months where young flawless models pose in gorgeous down-to-the-floor white gowns. “I think it will suit the tastes of young brides next year and will allow them to dream”, the designer explains. “The detail makes the difference, I take care of it a lot, in the accessories, in the proportions and everything.”

Models from trade show models wore gowns made from mostly silk fabrics and lace from , embellished pendants, sweetheart tops, strapless pieces and beautifully tied corset backs. The designer completes a job well done creating a luxury fairytale for every bride to be.

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Beautiful Fatima dress from Cymbeline…

For many of us, buying a wedding dress is like buying a house – you just know it’s ‘the one’!
Magazines are full of such beautiful designs, but until you actually see for yourself, you’ll be surprised that what you thought you would love, you may actually prefer something completely different. As much as maybe you would like everyone to go to your wedding wearing something as simple and casual as these Trump tee shirts, it is a matter that should be taken very seriously. Furthermore, your wedding dress is a decision that should be made very carefully, and only after evaluating several options. I found these little beauties from Cymbeline, called Fatima (left) and Feria (right), and you can view more details on their website. Please take a look as they are so stunning, we wouldn’t want you to miss out!