My name is Emma and I'm a Wedding Enthusiast. I bought every single line disney ever told me about handsome princes and fairytales, If a film doesn't end with a picture perfect wedding, it hasn't really ended has it? I take no shame in admitting I can regularly be found on rock & roll bride and have massively resisted the urge to have a 'wedding board' on pinterest.
Am I an embarrassing stereotype? the girl who's planned her big day since she was that high? (anyone who knows me personally and makes a short joke there - too predictable. you need a humour upgrade!) Yes. Maybe I am - but I'll probably be too busy becoming a bridezilla to even notice all the cynics laughing at me, so it's not a major issue.
Thankfully, It has now become on trend to like weddings; Richard Nicoll has just released a bridal collection with the authority on all things cool, Topshop. If Topshop are behind it, it must be ok - right?! take that wedding cynics!
Not only have they released their first bridal collection - they have released an epic one! forget your god awful, generic, strapless, fit and flare, one style suits all wedding dresses; and say hello to a new concept in bridal wear.
They have used a traditional colour palate of white and (..for the less pure amongst us..ahem.) a delicate pink - but created modern and wearable silhouettes for the bride du jour.
As a wee shorty I think the fact they have knee-length dresses is absolutely ideal, maxi's tend to make us little ladies look like we stole our mum's clothes. My favourite is probably the lace mini tee dress, £175.
I'd Style Mine With..
an entire bridal ensemble for: £441.32
That look would work perfectly with a lovely enchanted forest themed wedding wouldn't it? let's say hypothetically I made a wedding moodboard...
ok, I made one.
what's that sound?!
that my friends is the sound of my boyfriend running for the hills,
come back babe!