"You chose to have a wedding, you decided on the budget and that should have nothing to do with the bridesmaids"
Juggling caterers and colour schemes with finding that dream dress can be enough to leave any bride hiding behind a toppling stack of wedding magazines.But what if we told you hunting down an ensemble fit for your big day needn’t break the budget?No longer is it frowned upon by the fashion crowd to opt for a high street look with a growing number of your favourite labels venturing down the aisle.For those on a mission to fulfil their childhood ambitions, Needle & Thread dreams up the stuff of fairytales with Duchess of Cambridge-worthy sparkle – just without the royal price tag.While Whistles continues to up its covetable wedding game with new styles for 2019 that you’re destined to say “I do” to. With everything from lace-emblazoned jumpsuits, chic co-ords and bardot necklines, the high street giant has only gone and flexed it’s wedding know-how once more.If that isn’t enough to inspire every Scandi-wannabe’s Pinterest board, fuss-free brides are bound to fall head over heels for Ghost’s slinky number which will take you from the registry office to the after-party in one fashionable swoop.From try-before-you-buy Monsoon to cool-girl brand Solace London, feast your eyes on this year’s most affordable wedding looks.
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