Aleena Leena (COMING SOON)

($1,700 - $2,600)

About the designer:

Alena Leena Bridal marries two continents with a creative studio in multicultural Cape Town and a top quality professional team in Ukraine.

Each dress is tailor made with the option to customize to a bride’s specific requirements. Luxurious Italian satin and silk underline the uncompromising quality.

A hallmark of the brand is that every gown is named after a flower which is the main source of inspiration. Each design incapsulates the mysticism and symbolism of the natural power that is evoked by each flower.

Aleena Leena (COMING SOON)

Alexandra Grecco

($2,900 - $4,200)

About the designer:

Alexandra released her first ready to wear collection in the Spring of 2010. Looking for a gown in advance of her own wedding in 2013, she saw an opportunity to create a bridal line of her own and pair her aesthetic with high-quality fabrics and intricate hand-embroidery.

Launched in July 2014, the Alexandra Grecco bridal line features ethereal gowns for the less-traditional bride. Each collection stems from an organic, yet focused vision. Finding inspiration everywhere from the intricacies of architecture in the historic French Quarter, to the soft, pastel hollyhocks of Il de Ré, Alexandra's designs are continually evolving.

Alexandra Grecco

Anais Anette (COMING SOON)

($1,950 - $2,800)

About the designer:

Magdalena and Karolina come from a family of dressmakers and tailors.

After attaining their degrees in graphic design and interior design, and spending a few years trying their hands at different things, Magdalena and Karolina decided to return to their roots and collaborate on a new and exciting project — in 2013, Anais Anette was founded. 

You could say it's a labour of love. 

We care about making your dress uniquely yours, which is why we offer an inclusive range of sizes and customizations, and use natural, breathable fabrics. We're also crazy about craftsmanship, so you can be sure that your dress will fit like no other. 

Anais Anette (COMING SOON)

Flora

($4,300 - $7,000)

About the designer:

Flora brand was founded in 2010 and is located in Haifa, Israel. Flora was established by the designer Rinat Asher. Her collection presents a spectacular and luxury wedding dresses that combine classical ,contemporary and nobility, all with high quality and comfort.

Flora bridal gowns are stylish and glam. They are unique, fashionable, flattering to the body, celebrating the feminine curves and making you feel comfortable and glamorous. Each dress is different from the other and has its own story.

Flora

Laudae

($1,800 - $2,500)

About the designer:

LAUDAE is the answer for brides looking for forward-thinking gowns that are just that: forward-thinking in style & forward-thinking for our enviroment.

We don’t know everything, but we know one thing for sure: how to create rad dresses that celebrate the girl in them. It’s our mission to create gowns with sleek silhouettes that you can feel not just good, but amazing in. We think of the little things: from stretchy linings for a surprisingly comfy fit, to secret support through boning, to rigorous fit testing on models ranging between a size 2 and a size 18.

Here at LAUDAE, we’re all about our footprint on the planet. Run by a small team in Vancouver, Canada, we keep design, production, admin, marketing, shipping, and quality control all under one roof. We do our best to source & manufacture responsibly, and keep all aspects of production inline with our environmental and social ethics.

Laudae

Truvelle

($1,800 - $2,500)

About the designer:

We’re about giving modern ladies alternative options to the traditional wedding gown. We create made-to-order dresses with a heavy emphasis on design, fit, and quality. With unconventional elements and a whole lot of effortless-ness, our gowns are designed for the confident, easy-going bride. Because above all, a bride should feel as good as she looks.

After a childhood spent in her mum’s custom dress shop, our founder, Gaby, started Truvelle after noticing brides were looking for something a little less expected. From a girl and a sewing machine, Truvelle now employs 25+ and operates in a 9000 sq studio space in the heart of Vancouver. With all departments operating under the same roof, we maintain a small company vibe while proudly remaining made-in-Canada.

Truvelle

Vagabond

($1,900 - $4,600)

About the designer:

 

Vagabond bridal was founded in Cape Town by Valery Zelenyuk, and aims to embody the contemporary, strong and free-spirited woman that is becoming the pioneering female archetype in modern society.  

The Vagabond bride wants to look beautiful but not at the expense of comfort and wearability, she doesn’t need to be afraid to look and feel strong, yet feminine in her wedding gown. Brides can expect strong, feminine and statement pieces, with an outstanding fit! Each gown has an underlying timelessness in its silhouette, structure and fabric and we of course we pride ourselves on our quality – each piece is made individually by hand. Our collections will suit all contemporary tastes, including some classics with clean lines, bohemian gowns with textured lace and romantic shapes, as well as some daring rock n roll numbers.

 

Vagabond

Watters

($2,000 - $3,600)

About the designer:

Many moons ago, (37 years if you’re the numbers type), a light went off in the mind of Vatana Watters. She’d been designing one-off dresses for herself, as well as friends and family – who came up empty handed when looking for dresses that didn’t feel cookie-cutter. So Vatana took a vow (ha), to take matters into her own hands. Fast forward to now. The Watters family has become a creative tribe of designers, pattern makers and seamstresses.

Our focus – know fashion, pick up on trends and understand how your wants and needs evolve. Drama, comfort, style, versatility and individuality. We want to be all that to brides.

Watters