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Fashion, bridal fashion, wedding and bridesmaids dresses

See beautiful wedding dress collections from Cheshire and Merseyside bridal shops plus bridesmaid dresses, mother of the bride and suits for grooms

Dream a little dream

Bring out your romantic side in one of these dreamy dresses decorated with whimsical lace, ditsy florals and crystal embellishments

Party pieces

These glamorous bridal gowns are worthy of the red carpet, perfect for a Hollywood glamour-themed wedding. This first style called Karolina is from the IRIS collection by bridal designer Anna Georgina. The cupped bodice and flattering silhouette is a modern take on old Hollywood, it simply screams screen siren.

Feature straps

Whether one-shoulder, illusion styles, off-the-shoulder or barely there, this season's wedding dresses are boasting statement straps that will never go out of fashion

The frill of it - fun and flirty dresses

Layers and ruffles adorn dresses in the new-season bridal collections

It's all in the detail

The 2022 wedding dress collections feature figure-hugging styles, timeless trumpet silhouettes, chic tailored jackets and wrap dresses – sunglasses optional!

Dress up for 2022

Stylish trousers, statement sleeves, sleek A-line silhouettes and voluminous skirts are just some of the styles that brides will be wearing this year

Once upon a time

Dress dreams come true with this edit of fairytale-inspired gowns

Main image, www.jlmcouture.com/Tara-Keely

Star of the show

Make an entrance in a glamorous gown teamed with statement accessories.

Dresses by www.bowendryden.co.uk

Photographed by www.rossananovella.pixieset.com

The return of the ballgown

This wedding season, brides can make a grand entrance in a dramatic gown for the ultimate wow-factor leaving guests with an image to remember. And after the last year of cancelled big-day and postponed weddings - let's not mention the c-word - we think autumn and winter 2021 brides and those tying the knot in 2023 should go all-out with showstopping glamour. Here at County Wedding Magazines HQ, flicking through these images, we honestly can't pick our fav!

The frill of it

Cascading layers of ruffled tulle, silk organza and soft chiffon combine to create shapely, voluminous gowns that will be fitting of a luxe wedding setting whatever the theme. Here, at County Wedding Magazines HQ we love to swoon of the bridal gowns our in house fashion editor Claire Ridley picks to grace the lovely pages of the County Wedding Magazine titles. Each issue it gets harder to pick our favourite - here's a selection for you to enjoy!

Cover up

When it comes to accessorising it's easy to think about just the jewellery and headwear however, the ultimate style statement can be an on-trend bridal jacket, a must-have cape or if you're not daring enough for either of those, then why not simply opt for a wedding dress with statement sleeves this winter! In fact, it's not just winter brides that can rock this look, with plenty of lightweight fabrics offering lovely alternatives it's certainly a look that lovely summer brides can also indulge in.

A fairytale ending

'And so they lived happily ever after...' or so the fairytale goes; and what better wedding dress than one of these beauties that really scream romance. These fairytale gowns feature layers of frothy tulle, embellished lace and embroidered organza for a touch of movie-star magic; what's more, they will look outstanding in the wedding pictures! Here at County Wedding Magazines HQ the wedding dress featured called Melissa truly stole our hearts, and will give every bride that wears this dress her Cinderella moment - you shall go to the ball!

Straps are back

These sassy styles feature decorative and embellished straps, from the elegant spaghetti-style straps for those brides-to-be looking for something subtle and sophisticated, to the grand frills and diamante designs for those looking for a truly showstopping bridal aisle style - fashion editor, Claire Ridley has picked something for everyone! A personal favourite of County Wedding Magazine's resident fashion editor is the Victor Frill dress by Halfpenny London and we can certainly see why, it's absolutely gorgeous!