LAST UPDATED: 21 May 2012 at 9:40am
White Gallery London may have now come to an end, but there's plenty for you to enjoy here!
See our Vine videos from the catwalk HERE.
Or browse through our live snaps from the catwalk HERE.
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LAST UPDATED: 20 May 2012 at 10:10pm
And another year of White Gallery London comes to an end, leaving us thoroughly enthused and full of exciting new ideas.
To toast farewell to these days of bridal brilliance we hosted a little soiree at Battersea Evolution. Serving up a storm of British-themed nibbles including mini fish and chips, sipping some refreshing Pimm's from the Cafe Bon Bon Pimm's Tricycle and finishing off with a sweet offering of ice cream selections too, the evening was a huge success.
A caricaturist entertained guests, while the Barbershop-o-gram boys brought a bit of their musical magic to the evening.
Check back later today for the full runway images from the show!
LAST UPDATED: 20 May 2012 at 5:10pm
Anoushka G took us on a journey though time and style with her show today.
Paying homage to everything vintage glamour from the 30s and 40s, she brought us right through to the present day in 25 dreses.
She used a variety of fabrics to make her vision come to life. Antique lace and tulle, rich crepes and silk chiffons came together with opulent beading and show stopping appliqués.
LAST UPDATED: 20 May 2012 at 4:20pm
And on to Day Two! Returning to the White Gallery this morning we headed to see Stephanie Allin's new bridal beauties.
Taking on from last year's 'Night and Day' theme, she has taken her favourite shades of pale pinks, nudes, powder blues and glistening golds and given them an Art Deco makeover.
Art Deco motifs also make an appearance, following on the Gatsby trend we saw last year, and adding a new edge to her romantic designs.
But most beautiful of all was her finale gown: Violet. The full-bodied skirt of white and violet tulle, dotted with 3D floral appliqués which floated onto the ruched bodice.
LAST UPDATED: 19 May 2012 at 7:30pm
Rounding up the catwalk today was a collection of designs from Annasul Y, Blue Bridal, Charlotte Balbier, Elizabeth Stuart, Harbridge & Bowen, Ivory & Co, Kisui, Lusan Mandongus, Naomi Neoh, Sadoni, Terry Fox and YolanCris.
Each designer bringing their own aesthetic to the catwalk, their own personality via music and some even included some pretty special stunts by way of a dancing flapper to start and end Harbridge & Bowen's show (see below).
"What stood out most was the elegance of the designs," explains Brides Acting Fashion and Beauty editor Pamela Harris. "My favourite was YolanCris' pearl-covered gown."
Meanwhile, Lusan Mandongus and Annasul Y's sophisticated and veiled brides caught the eye of Brides Fashion Director Bryony Toogood.
LAST UPDATED: 19 May 2012 at 7:00pm
Following Stuart, the catwalk was open for Alan Hannah and his prêt-à-porter label MiaMia.
Starting off with a selection of new frocks for Alan Hannah, interspersed with MiaMia's bohemian belles, the silk duchesse and taffeta gowns were sublime.
Hand-beaded necklines and shoulder detailing made dresses stand out, while sheer backs and exquisite beading added to the beauty-factor of the collection.
For MiaMia's White Gallery London catwalk debut, the now well-known bohemian line featured new fabrics - unstructured chiffon and organza - to the mix.
Unusual beadwork and embellishments, built on floral-inspired detailing makes these dresses pretty perfect for romantic brides-to-be.
LAST UPDATED: 19 May 2012 at 6:45pm
From the simple lines of Parvin to the drama of Stuart; Ian Stuart is well known for his dramatic designs, and his latest offering is as varied as it gets.
Celebrating the diversity of women's style today, Ian's collection took us on a whirlwind trip of fashion and style.
Staring with unusually paired back gowns with an excess of elegant draping, the collection moved on to a 'natural woodland' of distressed fabrics and ragged trimmings.
But Stuart fans will not need to despair: a host of romantic ballgowns finish off the collection - and they are as dramatic, as baroque, and as beautiful as always. Bows, roses and dramatic decorations finish off the full-bodied gowns.
Sherbet-coloured hues add to the romantic feel of the collection, too!
LAST UPDATED: 19 May 2012 at 6:20pm
Opening White Gallery London processions at Battersea Evolution this morning was royal courtier Stewart Parvin.
His chic new collection reaffirmed the designer's signature aesthetic of understated elegance, demure detail and sublime workmanship.
The show began with 'Dancing in the Moonlight', a delicately embellished dress in classic ivory.
Clean lines and an emphasis on texture make for a beautiful collection indeed. Tone-on-tone embellishments add to the dresses without taking too much attention away from their sleek nature.
LAST UPDATED: 15 May 2012 at 1:20pm
Sunday marks the beginning of a very exciting time for bridal
fashion in London: The beginning of White Gallery London.
The bridal equivalent of London Fashion Week, if you will, will gather the best bridal designers to debut their new collections.
We'll be hitting all the hottest shows on the Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, bringing you our favourite highlights and snippets hot off the catwalk.
This is an exciting time in the bridal world not only because it will define the top trends for the year to come, but it will also present us with a whole new host of wedding dresses to swoon over.
Let the fun begin...