Roseanna Talks Bespoke Bridal

Growing up, Roseanna was obsessed with old-school Hollywood glamour but when it came to her wedding dress, she wasn’t sure she had the confidence to go with her gut. When she’d already decided on a dress, something led her to type a really basic word search of all her favourite things into Google and up popped designer Angelina Colarusso. Here, she shares her incredible experience of going bespoke.

Real bride Roseanna wears bespoke Angelina Colarusso, by White Dossier

Ariana Mateen Talks Bridal Style

London-born, Los Angeles-based Ariana is the co-founder of luxury resort-wear brand Paloma Blue. She and her now-husband got married over a long weekend in their favourite city, Florence Italy. From her Galia Lahav pre wedding party jumpsuit to her Vera Wang gown, Ariana talks us through why it took trying on over 50-plus wedding dresses to decide what kind of bride she would be.

Real Bride Ariana Stein wears Vera Wang in Florence, by White Dossier

Ashlee Barrett-Bourmier Talks Bridal Style

Australian-born, London-based stylist and Fashion Editor Ashlee shares why approaching her wedding looks like she was creating a fashion-story made creating her bridal wardrobe the single most stressful part of the entire planning process! Despite the pressure she put herself under, looking back, she’s so glad she stuck to seeking out what she truly loved.

Real Bride Ashlee Ashlee Barett-Bourmier wears Ella Moda from Sphere Collective in Australia to her wedding in Mexico

lsabel Gordon Talks Bridal Style

Model agent Isabel Gordon describes herself as a “style chameleon.” Torn between going bohemian or classic, she came across Lihi Hod and knew that either way, this was the designer who would create her dress. With just six months to go, Isabel changed her look entirely: “Think less about what people expect of you and what makes you feel the happiest when wearing it,” she tells us.

Real Bride Isobel Gordon wears custom Lihi Hod in Scotland, by White Dossier

Jess Hawkins Talks Bridal Style

Jess Hawkins is the epitome of a t-shirt and jeans kind of girl. Ex denim buyer at Topshop and now founder and creative director of I & ME, Jess shares how she stayed true to her style with designer Alessandra Rich and why “buy less, buy better,” applies to your bridal wardrobe, just as much as it does to your jeans!

White Dossier Real Bride Jess Hawkins wears Alessandra Rich at her London wedding

White Dossier Bride: Samantha Klein

Just one week after getting engaged, New York based Samantha Klein had her dream venue booked. Finding her dress was not as easy! With just three months to go, she was still searching for “the one.” Here, she shares how White Dossier gave her style inspiration and how holding out for what she originally envisioned herself in paid off.

Real Bride Samantha Klein in Danielle Frankel in The Hamptons New York by White Dossier

Davina Wedderburn Talks Bridal Style

When fashion PR Davina Wedderburn-Thompson got engaged, she vowed: “To do me!” She did just that with her custom Kate Halfpenny bridal look and Marques Almeida after-party ensemble. “Do you and you can’t go wrong,’ she tells us.

Lein Studio

We meet Lein’s founder, Meredith Stoecklein, and find out what inspired her to launch a bridal collection designed for women to re-wear and treasure forever.

Lein Studio Jumpsuit at White Dossier

White Dossier Bride: Gemma Boner

Gemma Boner, UK Director of Membership for Soho House, shares how she worked with White Dossier’s Bridal Concierge. While she found her perfectly bohemian wedding venue in a flash, creating her wedding wardrobe proved to be much more difficult.

Bride Gemma Bonner in Rime Arodaky dress from The Mews London and Miu Miu shoes by White Dossier

Les Héroïnes, Paris

The Australian-born, Paris-based stylist Vannessa Cocchiaro shares what inspired her to launch her own bridesmaid line, informed by, and designed for, women she admires.

White Dossier, the concierge service devoted to bridal style

Danielle Frankel

We talk to Danielle Frankel – the refreshingly sophisticated new bridal brand fashion girls are falling for – about why she decided to launch her own bridal line.

Danielle Frankel, the refreshingly sophisticated New York bridal brand fashion girls are falling for will be available to buy for the first time in the U.K.