Art Deco-loving brides-to-be will fall in love with Sabina Motasem Bride's new collection!
Giving us an exclusive sneak peek at the new images of her newest bridal collection, we have fallen in love with the romantic and elegant dresses.
Inspired by a bygone age, these gorgeous gowns ooze elegance and glamour, as does the setting of the whole shoot: London's historic Waldorf Hilton.
Head designer and founder of Sabina Motasem Bride, Sabina Ali, was inspired by the style and glamour of the Folies Bergers in 1920s Paris, each dress created with an iconic performer of the time - including the famous dancers and performers Josephine Baker and Loie Fuller.
"The Sabina Motasem Bride is someone who after something simple, elegant, classy" explained Sabina, "and a little bit different to the big wedding dress that didn't cost a lot and made in the best quality. I started my label when friends were frequently asking me to design such a dress, and other commissions quickly followed and the idea for my label was born."
The new collection images, pictured here, are all set at the newely refurbished Palm Court of Waldorf Hilton to add to that Gatsby glam and twenties jazz-era grandeur that so inspired Sabina.
Brides who can't wait to see the full collection first hand, there are a number of events to help with that: Visit Te Amo Bridal Boutique in Manchester on 23/24 June; The Bridal Path in Sawbridgeworth in Hertforshire on 30 June; The White Dress Boutique in Leamington Spa in July or Shakespeare in Love in Startford Upon Avon in July.