10 Bridal Designers To Follow On Instagram

BY Harper's Bazaar Arabia / Jul 3 2016 / 17:33 PM

Endless wedding inspiration worth scrolling for...

10 Bridal Designers To Follow On Instagram

When it comes to planning a wedding and scouring the internet for inspiration, your social feeds are your friend – as you know, they're jam-packed with endless amounts of gown, accessories, flowers, jewels and décor inspo. As helpful as your feed may seem for tracking down your dream dress, navigating through hundreds of accounts (and frankly, some terrible photos along the way), will get old - fast. We've curated our favourite feeds filled with endless wedding fashion inspiration – no matter what your bridal style. From Elie Saab to Marchesa, here, the wedding fashion designers to follow...

@houghtonnyc

Instagram @houghtonnyc

For the edgy bride that lives to take risks, Houghton is your new bridal wingwoman. Designer Katharine Polk creates unique looks for the bride that wants to look effortlessly fashion-forward with a bit of edge on her big day. Aside from featuring dresses from its current collection, the feed is filled with cool vintage wedding photos of your favourite celebrity couples - like Elvis and Priscilla Presley - and art to inspire your wedding's overall vibe. Available at Per Lei Couture, Qatar

@delpozo

Instagram @delpozo

Get a sneak peek inside the inspired and inspiring mind of creative director Josep Font via Delpozo's well-curated feed, filled with collection imagery, backstage access and jaw-dropping details from the brand's Madrid atelier. The breathtaking imagery will have you heading to its site, flipping through its latest bridal lookbook and making an appointment in New York, Madrid or at the brand's new shop in London for a bridal fitting. Available at Boutique 1 and BySymphony, Dubai; Al Boushiya, Abu Dhabi; Al Ostoura, Kuwait; Plum, Lebanon; Fifty One East and Per Lei Couture, Qatar

@zimmerman

Instagram @zimmermann

Head here for photos of dresses you'll likely want to wear for any and every occasion. Zimmermann's detailed white frocks are appropriate for a big day look - from a vintage 'I Do' ceremony to boho beach-inspired nuptials - and its printed, Victorian-inspired cocktail dresses would also work amazingly well for your #squad. Available at Harvey Nichols and S*uce, Dubai

@marchesafashion

Instagram @marchesafashion

Nobody does intricate embroidery, Russian-level glamour and uber-romantic laces quite like designers Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig. You're thumb will go numb as you scroll through Marchesa's feed that's filled with their accessories, to-die-for red carpet looks, and close up shots of their bridal gowns and clutches. Available at Esposa, Etoile "La boutique", Harvey Nichols, Bloomingdale's, Symphony and Ginza Boutique in Galeries Lafayette, Dubai; Blue Salon, Qatar; Rodeo Drive, Lebanon; Net-a-Porter

@naeemkhanbride

 
Instagram @naeemkhanbride

Naeem Khan's newer Instagram account dedicated to his bridal looks is steadily growing and keeps us wanting more. If you're looking for a wedding dress that's all about the intricate details, killer fabrics and over-the-top embroidery perfect for the Middle East, you've come to the right place. Available at Avanti, Mimosa and Chamelle Plaza, Saudi Arabia; Al Othman, Kuwait; Fifty One East, Qatar; Frost Boutique and Symphony, Dubai

@rodarte

Instagram @rodarte

For the irreverent bride, head to your favourite RTW designers (like the Mulleavy sisters) for a major dose of bridal inspiration. Follow them if you don't already, screenshot almost everything, thank us later. Their feed is full of options of badass bridal looks for you, and maybe even your bridesmaids. Available at Marquee, Dubai

@rimearodaky

Instagram @rimearodaky

This Parisian designer knows how to curate a feed. Aside from featuring beautiful and elegant wedding dresses that any bride would love to wear, she also shows images of her real brides wearing her gowns designs down the aisle for serious 'how to wear' inspo - could you ask for more? Available at Net-a-Porter

@eliesaab

Instagram @eliesaabworld

If you're craving couture for your wedding day, Elie Saab's feed is the one to follow. GIFs of their gowns and accessories glistening backstage, runway shots and behind the scenes imagery are only part of the magic of this Lebanese couturier's feed. The brand's e-magazine, The Light of Now, is a consistent contributor to the account, making this feed as thoughtfully edited as it is cohesive. Available at Elie Saab, The Dubai Mall, Dubai; Elie Saab, Beirut

@albertaferretti

Instagram @albertaferretti

For the newly betrothed considering demi-couture, delicate lace or sea-pearl beadwork, Alberta Ferretti's feed worth a click-through. Ferretti's account has images of both her white looks from ready-to-wear, as well as ladylike looks in colours equally worthy of a walk down the aisle. In case swoon-worthy gowns weren't enough, the Italian designer's feed also includes dozens of sketches and A-listers donning her looks on the red carpet. Available at BySymphony, Dubai; and Alberta Ferretti boutiques in Kuwait City, Beirut and Jeddah

@ralphandrusso

The first and only British Couture house elected by the Chambre Syndicale de la Haute Couture, this is the feed for the bride still on the hunt for even more otherworldly embellishments or the final finishing touch for her look. Detailed shots of gowns in the making and red carpet shots of celebrities wearing the house's ornate designs fill the feed–you'll have too many photos to like when scrolling through this pastel-hued feed. Available at Harrods and Ralph & Russo boutiques in London and Paris

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