It didn’t take long for us to be put under a spell by these decadent, glittering Christina Wu Brides wedding gowns captured in movement and spirit at this English Tudor stone mansion. The international designer has always been recognized for diversity of design, meticulous embellishments and creative beadwork – going on 27 years in fact! And they sure know how to dish out the romance and set the fashion bar high.
We partnered a fab team of creatives to showcase these sparkly styles in action. Keristin Gaber for Haley Richter captures all the dreamy motions in effect with these intricate gowns. Y’all won’t believe the detail on the silhouettes from head to toe. Pink and cream blooms from Kate of Devon and Pinkett climb the stone staircase in an organic fashion, and we love the way these petals decorate a few different hairstyles from Make Me Up Pretty too! Parque proved to be the most magnificent backdrop, with fairytale architecture at every turn.
Oh how we adore the ornate complexity of this strapless bodice in Style 15654. Glittery latticework marries hypnotizing swirls as delicate pearls act as subtle ornamentation. So much to love!
For lovers of a wow factor, look no further than Style 15665! This play on mixed pattern has our eyes dancing till we die – anyone else catch those thin strips of velvet fabric?
A classic bridal gown with a modern twist, it doesn’t get more abundantly dreamy than Style 15651.
SOS we have still not recovered from the giddiness we felt when we spotted this cold shoulder wedding dress with sheer tulle and flowy sleeves. We could go on for days about Style 15650. The silhouette, the fabric, the embroidery. Must try on!
Now this is the definition of sexy and sleek. Ghost buttons trail down the waist as sheer, sparkly latticework gives a peek-a-boo of the back.
Beige underlay, damask motifs and a sprinkle like effect down the waist in Style 15648? You had us at hello, stunner.
This hemline though! Sharp-edged scallops for the edgy bride who still wants a glamorous bridal look.
Well if you don’t hear from us in a couple days, it’s probably because we’ve fallen down the rabbit hole of Christina Wu Brides gowns, admiring every fine detail tangled with the next. We’re loving the mix of styles for brides that envision themselves in everything from fanciful to edgy to couture wedding dresses. So park up a spot with us and get ready to bookmark everything. Search for your favorite styles here and report back with your must-try-on looks, TYVM!
Photo: Keristin Gaber for Haley Richter
Floral Design: Kate of Devon and Pinkett
Dresses: Christina Wu Brides
Hair and Makeup Artist: Victoria of Make Me Up Pretty