What’s New In Weddings This Month

What’s New In Weddings This Month

Every month we round up the latest news and finds for brides-to-be. From beautiful lingerie to dreamy dresses – here are our picks for September.

FOR A COOL CITY MINIMOON: Gleneagles Townhouse

Opening in Edinburgh this autumn, the new Gleneagles Townhouse is the brand’s first ever city location. Set in an old bank with impressive architectural features, the hotel will offer 33 bedrooms, a beautiful restaurant and two bars, including a rooftop terrace. After a day of sightseeing, spend time in the gym and spa before sipping cocktails with a fabulous view. Dinner is served in the grand restaurant, after which you can retire to your sumptuous suite with a nightcap. 

Visit Gleneagles.com


Lingerie brand La Perla has everything a bride needs for her wedding day, night and beyond. Their timeless new collection includes body-enhancing shapewear, lace bodies, corsets, slips, robes, bras, and briefs. Romantic nightwear will take your wedding or honeymoon to a new level, and all pieces are made with their meticulous craftsmanship in crisp white, ivory, nudes and pretty pastels. La Perla is also offering a bespoke in-store bridal experience for a bride and six guests, complete with complimentary champagne, allowing brides to select pieces for the big day as well as their honeymoon. Monogramming and personalisation are also available. 

Visit LaPerla.com


Founded in 1987, Ruth Kaye started her design business from home after completing a degree in graphics and working in PR. Now, 25 years later, she works with her team to produce distinctive, unique and luxurious stationery. Their innovative and bespoke invites include calligraphy, embossing and hand-stitching on heavyweight card. Working closely with clients, they offer a professional and fun experience for every couple.

Visit RuthKayeDesign.com


The new collection from Christos Costarellos encapsulates a neo-romantic aesthetic, with effortlessly graceful designs and gorgeous detailing. Minimalist dresses in silk mikado are statuesque, while more bohemian styles combine three-dimensional flowers on sweeping French tulle. Costarellos strives to make luxurious products in a responsible and sustainable way, using ethically hand-produced garments and responsibly sourced materials. 

Available at The Wedding Club 

Visit Costarellos.com


British fine jeweller and goldsmith Jessie Thomas has just launched her new collection of beautiful bespoke engagement rings. Her sculptural, curved and delicate styles sit alongside bold gypsy rings and hammered gold pieces. Diamonds are set flush to metal rather than in claws to allow for everyday wear, and Jessie uses 100% recycled gold and responsibly sourced diamonds, too.

Rings from £2,500

Visit JessieThomasJewellery.com

FOR FASHION-FORWARD GOWNS: Christopher Kane Bridal

For a wedding dress with a difference, take a look at Christopher Kane’s new bridal collection. Chantilly lace dresses with crystal embellishments, crystal mesh pieces with scallop lace edge trims and tulle gowns with structured lace bodices are certainly not your average bridalwear. Stand out pieces include the cut-out linen gown with ties at the shoulder and bust; a feather trimmed satin mini dress and a dome satin cupcake dress with a sweetheart neckline. 

Visit ChristopherKane.com


If you are looking for something special to finish off your bridal look, milliner Merve Bayinder has launched its first bridal-only collection – ‘Heirlooms’. Designed to be passed down through generations, each piece is handmade using a mix of modern materials and traditional techniques. Floral detailing, embroidery and pretty bows show off the meticulous craftsmanship from the mother and daughter team. 

Visit MerveBayindir.com


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