Confetti Fall/Winter 2019

31 Real Weddings, 16 Inspiration Galleries and Western Canada's most comprehensive wedding venue guide.

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Summer always seems to fly by, and although we're never quite ready for cooler temps, there is one silver lining: Fall style.


That excitement you feel when updating your wardrobe for the new season, we get the same way about bridal. And this upcoming season at B&R, our designers did not disappoint. While we're seeing minimalist styles, luxurious fabrics and immaculate tailoring remain strong trends, designers have really amped up their game when it comes to embroidery. Check out some of our top picks below {full disclaimer, you may have a tough time choosing just one!}


Alexandra Grecco

Known for her ethereal gowns for the less-traditional bride, Alexandra Grecco always brings elements of unique details to her pieces without overwhelming the design. Her gowns are made with such a focused vision while remaining natural and organic. This sentiment holds true in her latest collection, Lover of Mine. With pieces like the Romy gown and Bastienne jacket, the hand-embroidered floral designs on Italian tulle create a subtle yet gorgeous illusion.



Savin London

There's something to be said about the history and architecture of London that's undeniably romantic, and the same can be said about Savin London. Through timeless designs that make you feel one of a kind in your dress, each gown is made with the utmost care for fit and feel - they are truly made for you. New to our showroom this fall is the Dinah gown, and she has taken embroidery to the next level. With carefully placed design that incorporates a subtle gold fleck, this beauty will hug you in all the right places while catching light at just the right moments.

When the struggle to choose just one dress is holding you back, why not incorporate pieces to build your own? The Victoria gown has a classic beauty all on her own, but when paired with the Kiera overskirt, the two create fireworks (much like the design on the skirt). Going from a more dramatic ceremony to a laid back reception (when it's time to party), this combo gives you the best of both worlds.


Jenny Yoo 

If ever there was a designer that was tried and true, it would be Jenny Yoo. Her designs always hit the mark and deliver a dress that appeals to every style of bride. In her latest collection, she incorporated her own version of embroidery to her pieces that accentuate the best features of a woman. The Holland dress frames the back and shoulders with delicate flowers, the perfect picture while walking down the aisle.

For the bride who wants a little more drama, the Georgina fits the bill. With a layered skirt that floats as you walk and a fitted bodice with a modern neckline, you will truly feel like a bride in this gorgeous gown.