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Exclusive preview – Bridal by Freja

Today we’re stepping into the sublime Mansfield Traquair, to bring you an exclusive preview of the new Bridal by Freja collection. Made here in Scotland by a couture team led by multi-award winning bridal designer, Mette Baillie, these exquisite dresses may just steal your heart…

As regular readers will know, we are huge fans of Freja’s bespoke wedding dresses. And we love the idea of a curated collection of dresses and accessories, that can each be customised to create your individual look.

With its sumptuous silks and romantic chiffons, the first Bridal by Freja collection made our hearts skip a beat when it launched last year. And the sophisticated new collection, with its side splits, fishtail skirts and boned bodices, has us feeling the love once again.

It’s hard to pick a favourite, but Rikke (above) – with its scalloped lace edges, embellished motif on the front and full train (which can come up for those big moves on the dancefloor!), caught our eye right away. We are also crushing hard on Audrey – a beautiful, fully boned v-neck pale ivory dress with a low back, worn here (top set of photos) with the Charlotte Chantilly lace bodice, with beaded and sequinned scalloped edges.
In addition to the new collection, Freja still offer a bespoke experience, where they will design and make your dress as a 100% one off.
Heart a flutter? You can view the full collection on the Bridal by Freja website. And to book an appointment to try on these beautiful dresses, call 0131 556 5407 or email enquiries@freja-fashion.co.uk.
Credits
Wedding dressesBridal by Freja
PhotographerPhotography by Duncan Holmes
VenueMansfield Traquair
Hair & Make-up Sarah Anne Mitchell
FlowersPlanet Flowers
Models – Erin MacKenzie and Rachel Rice, Superior Model Management

This is a sponsored post, written by We Fell In Love on behalf of Freja Designer Dressmaking.Top image copyright of Elemental Photography. All other images copyright of Photography by Duncan Holmes