A styled bridal shoot featuring Aisha from the Amanda Wakeley collection found at The Bijoutique, Bijou's designer bridalwear shop located at Botleys Mansion
If you’ve got your eye on a summer wedding date then there’s no better time than now to start your hunt for your dream wedding dress. There are thousands of incredible wedding gowns on the market to choose from, but to inspire you, check out the styled shoot in the gallery below, featuring a sensational gown by Amanda Wakeley.
Stylist Charlotte Munro created the ultimate summer wedding vibe together with a team of creative suppliers and one, alluring summer gown. Aisha by Amanda Wakeley was the focus of the styled shoot; she oozes contemporary elegance and would work beautifully if you've chosen to get married at a country house wedding venue. Available at the designer Bijoutique wedding dress shop in Chertsey, Aisha by Amanda Wakeley is a stylish, silk gown with a cross at the back, allowing the guests witnessing your nuptials to admire the beauty of your gown as you say the words that will change your future.
The styling team married Aisha with a stunning floral hair piece with a hint of pink, drop earrings, pink lipstick and an over-sized bouquet of tissue flowers. A burst of colour was used to decorate the backdrop of the styled shoot which highlighted the feminine wedding dress perfectly. It’s also a great gown to wear for a destination wedding and would be sensible and easy to transport, regardless of where you plan to tie the knot.
We Love: the luxurious silk, elegant train and eye-catching detail on the back of this pretty wedding gown by Amanda Wakeley.
To see a real Bijou bride wearing Aisha by Amanda Wakeley, browse the gallery of Nicky and Mike’s real wedding story which took place at Botleys Mansion during the spring of 2015. Aisha complemented Nicky’s bridal style perfectly and she couldn’t have chosen a gown to flatter her figure more. Click here to read the full real wedding story.
Things to Consider when Shopping for a Summer Wedding Dress
Whether you’re choosing high heels, peep-toes, flats, wedges, kitten heels or fancy flip-flops, the length of your wedding dress will need to be right, according to the height of your shoe. Take shoes the height that you plan to wear on your wedding day with you when going to wedding dress shops for appointments.
If you plan on buying a backless wedding dress or a gown with a cross at the back, like Aisha by Amanda Wakeley, then think about your wedding underwear. If you’d like added support on a gown with detailing at the back, speak to a seamstress about how to enhance the support on the bust of the gown. Wear suitable underwear to your wedding dress fittings and perhaps take a variety of different support wear, as you’ll probably try on a few different wedding dress styles during your search.
Before you book your wedding dress shop appointments, think about who you’d like to accompany you. It may be a given that your mother, sister, Maid of Honour or bridesmaids might want to join you, but be realistic when it comes to the amount of opinions that you may receive. Shopping for your wedding dress should be a fun and exciting experience, but if you’re worried about having too many people in the room with you then just pick one or two people, who you can trust completely when it comes to their opinion.
Get in Touch
If you think that Aisha by Amanda Wakeley could be the ‘one’ for you, then why not book an appointment to come and try it on at The Bijoutique. Visits to The Bijoutique are by appointment but we do offer you the chance to buy a wedding dress off the rack if you’re in a hurry or just can’t wait to take your dream dress home with you. Call our team on 0345 130 9966 or email Dresses@bijouweddings.co.uk to find out more.
Photographer: Sanshine Photography
Wedding Dress Shop: The Bijoutique, Chertsey
Wedding Dress: Aisha by Amanda Wakeley
Stylist: Charlotte Munro
Suit: Jon Kruger
Hair Stylist: Roisin Kinch
Makeup: Nina Bains
Paper Flowers: Tissue Blossoms
Wedding Cake: Little Bear Cakery
Models: Jess Bergman and Philipp Gelter