With dresses worthy of a royal wedding in a magical faraway land and with the models hair painted in gold leaf, Galia Lahav showed an intricately beaded haute couture bridal collection with mediaeval touches.
Corset-waisted overskirts, high necked bejewelled jackets and structured off the shoulder bodice sat alongside touches of blush and embroidered flowers to keep it soft and romantic.
The second line Gala was a touch more demure than before. Models with prairie girl plaits, full tulle skirts and lingerie inspired bustiers with peek-a-boo sheer panels were sweetly sexy.
Inspired by the beauty of Isola Bella nature reserve in Italy, the collection featured a warm palette with delicate vintage French guipere lace and a hint of Edwardian silhouettes.
As ever, the decadence and details from Lahav won't disappoint brides looking for a truly princess-worthy look.