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Huge congratulations to Sophie and Lewis! After being forced to postpone their wedding for over a year, Sophie finally managed to walk down the aisle in our stunning Lily dress, from the Oscar Lili collection, made-to measure at our sister boutique, La Novia.

It is such a joy for the La Novia bridal team to see all our brides finally able to go ahead with their weddings! We are also always excited to see photos of our dresses on the big day with make-up, flowers, bridesmaids…the whole show!

Sophie looked exquisite in the classic, luxurious lace Lily wedding gown. This dress is designed for the bride who is seeking a classic lace look, whilst also having that contemporary touch- in the Lily dress, this is reflected in the off shoulder sweetheart neckline bodice. Our Oscar Lili bridal collection strives to combine classic looks with modern touches. Our custom made service enables our brides to truly have the look of their dreams, whether this be a dress, a two-piece or trousers!


Delving into the finer details of the Lily gown, the material used is double crepe and lace with added cotton floral appliques. The boned shape of the bodice is made to fit your body, and has structure as well as built in made to measure bra cups. Sophie opted to have a scooped v shaped back, again, as this is couture bridal wear, you have freedom to decide how revealing/ covered you want to be. We go by the mantra- to look good, you have to feel it!

The A-line skirt running into this glorious train is the real showstopper of the Lili gown,which runs into such an intricate and detailed floral train. The skirt also has multiple tulle layers which will give the wedding gown movement and keep its fullness throughout the day. This wonderfully huge train is also easily pinned up for your evening service- via a simple hook and eye system which can leave you worry free! 

Thank you again Sophie for sending us your gorgeous wedding photos- it was an honour to make this Lily wedding dress! To all our new brides-to-be, the Oscar Lili design team is ready to meet you and help bring your bridal vision to life! 



Photography @ashlivphoto

Venue @carberry.tower

Flowers @roseandammiflowers

Hair/Make-up @thatrosieglow

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