Find Your Dress

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Sometimes it comes with ease, at other times it can more difficult to find the perfect dress for your special day. Your dress should represent you and your own personal style. To give you a helping hand the team at Confeti browsed this season’s favourite designer looks and pulled together the ultimate collection of bridal designs to help you find your perfectly ever-after dress!

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Sanyukta Shrestha puts a different spin on “flower power”. This collection was inspired by the natural beauty, form, delicacy and vibrant colours of endangered and rare flowers. The collection features unique bridal attire made of eco-friendly fabrics like bamboo, hemp & organic silk in classic ivory, champagne and cream colours with intricate beading, delicate lace and dreamy tulle. Echoing the silhouettes of flowers, the collection includes whimsical full-length gowns, ethereal silk chiffon dresses, exquisite organic silk jumpsuits, fashion-forward two-pieces and edgy blazers providing a variety of options for brides to make a statement.

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Marquise Bridal has this daring, though very feminine, elegant touch that every bride dreams of when looking for the perfect dress. With beautiful floral lace elements, a deep v-neck and a delicate belt, Marquise Bridal’s dresses reflect the perfect fairytale flavour that we’ve been looking for!

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Eliza Jane Howell’s “The Grand Voyage “ 2019 collection is a masterful fusion of contemporary style with a classic sensibility, inspired by the 17th and 18th century. Choosing a dress like these will make your wedding day not merely unforgettable, but truly historic.

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Georgia Osborne cut her teeth working for leading Australian fashion designers before launching her own ready-to-wear label in 2012. Best known for her hand embellishments and use of Solstiss French lace, Georgia has further honed her skills at the renowned Ecole Lesage in Paris, an artisan workshop that provides exquisite needlework for the top fashion houses Chanel, Louis Vuitton & Christian Dior.