Let's Talk Winter Weddings | The Dress

As we approach the last couple of weeks of an icy winter in Bathurst, we can’t help but find ourselves reflecting on the whimsical fashions that are the wedding dresses of winter, and look forward to the magnificent and timeless designs to grace BoxGrove in 2019.

That wintery feel that is encapsulated by long sleeves and flowing layers show us that you don’t have to compromise style for warmth when choosing to have your wedding in June and July in our enchanting, country town. We’re here to guide you to choose the perfect dress that’s not only on trend, but will help you make walking down the aisle both memorable and practical.

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At BoxGrove, we are getting serious bride envy over boho gowns that embody modern silhouettes with textures inspired by rich cultures. Pair these generous, detailed designs with playful tassels and you’ll have a breathtaking gown that will rival royalty. Gossamer mesh and floral imprints in thick fabrics are the ideal couple for the picturesque countryside wedding that we are so well known for, and no matter what time of the year, this combination will transcend timelessly throughout generations. Going down this bride path of wanderlust will express your uniqueness, showcase your eye for detail and the culmination of your romantic fashion.

 
 
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International brand, Rue De Seine provides inspiration that does not lack the enticement that should penetrate all on-lookers of your wedding dress in The Wild Heart Collection that will be available in October 2018.

 
 West Dress - The Wild Heart Collection  Images By Madly Studio

West Dress - The Wild Heart Collection

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 Soraya Dress - The Wild Heart Collection  Images By Madly Studio

Soraya Dress - The Wild Heart Collection

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 Sia Dress By - The Wild Heart Collection  Images By Madly Studio

Sia Dress By - The Wild Heart Collection

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 Zorah Dress By - The Wild Heart Collection  Images By Madly Studio

Zorah Dress By - The Wild Heart Collection

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 Adara Dress // The Wild Heart Collection  Images By Madly Studio

Adara Dress // The Wild Heart Collection

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 Layla Dress - The Wild Heart Collection  Images By Madly Studio

Layla Dress - The Wild Heart Collection

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Rime Arodaky explains to InStyle her personal fondness of long sleeves and high necklines, matched with lace or embroidery to create an element of surprise when studied up close, comparable to the designs in “The Wild Heart Collection”. Arodaky is a Parisian designer that expresses lust and an unrivalled boldness and genuinity in recommendations which should be acknowledged by all soon to be brides. 

We’re also loving local, Byron Bay bridal designs from Spell & The Gypsy Collective that are both whimsical and utterly romantic in their vintage appeal to provide that winter wanderer inspiration so many soon-to-be brides are indulging in. Rich fabrics and luxurious, full skirts utilised by this designer show us that retaining warmth can still be dreamy and magical.

 
 Evangaline Gown –Spell Bride

Evangaline Gown –Spell Bride

 The Estelle Gown – Spell Bride

The Estelle Gown – Spell Bride

 The Gwendolyn Wrap Gown – Spell Bride

The Gwendolyn Wrap Gown – Spell Bride

 Angelica Halter Gown – Spell Bride

Angelica Halter Gown – Spell Bride

Claire Pettibone, known for her vintage bridal styles, also confirms that winter is the perfect time to make the most of thick lace, extravagant details and dramatic trains that capture the essence of the bohemian bride, as they can appear over the top and feel excessive in warmer months.

Head to our Pinterest page, round up your fav dresses and then indulge in our other boards that will give you inspiration for day on all things floral, décor, food and drink.

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