British design house Alan Hannah recently released their new 2018 bridal collection called ‘Veritas‘, which actually means the goddess of truth in Roman mythology. This wonderful collection harmonises the natural detail and structure of Marguerite’s talents against a serene background to evoke a feeling of drama but also tranquillity.
Veritas was first debuted at the White Gallery in Battersea in May, which is the main UK exhibition for world-class luxury bridal designers. Marguerite presented a beautiful capsule collection of slim crepe dresses along with her full dresses adorned with fine beading and hand painted flowers. Soon after that Marguerite was named Best British Bridalwear Designer of the year at The Bridal Buyer awards in Harrogate.
Enchanted Garden celebrates the beauty of nature; buds, leaves and fronds in fine embroidery sing against the cool green background. This theme continues with Candice with its lavish hand painted hydrangeas on ivory silk organza.
I personally loved the concept of painted hydrangeas on the Candice dress, as well as the tiny embroidered flowers and strong hues of blue and purple on the Enchanted Garden.
Some of the other gowns embrace form and structure over detail; Rosanna, Xenia and Pippa are beautiful, clean, geometric sculptures while Natasha, Yolanda and Gabriella link the two themes with an emphasis on cut, softened with feminine touches of lace, ruching and natural floral elements.
Unlike most designers rest assure that Alan Hannah designs are all made in-house in one of their London workrooms to ensure future brides receive the best quality designs on their wedding day.
If you are mesmerised by these gorgeous designs as much as we are you can now view the Veritas collection up-close and personal at one of Alan Hannah’s stockists in the UK and overseas.