Madison Rose Bridal tells which gown brides have been flocking to

Brides shopping at the Kirkcaldy boutique have been making a beeline for a jaw-dropping Morilee gown

Madison Rose Bridal tells us that the popular designer’s Calanthe gown, £1,500, has gone down a treat this season – and it’s no surprise why: it’s a showstopper!

“The dress looks amazing thanks to its modern embroidered appliqués and scooped back which is detailed with subtle sequin sparkles, helping it to catch the sunshine on the day,” the boutique’s Nikki Dodds enthuses.

Model wears Morilee gown available at Madison Rose Bridal
The Calanthe gown, £1,500, by Morilee, available at Madison Rose Bridal, has been a hit with brides to be

Choose from ivory, rose or honey colourways and prepare to turn heads! We can’t get enough.

The boutique stocks gorgeous bridal gowns from the cream of the crop when it comes to wedding looks, including Morilee, Stella York and Ronald Joyce.

Morilee, which has been creating wedding frocks since 1953, is all about designing ‘iconic, romantic and timeless dresses’ that will bring a bride’s fairytale vision to life.

There are many collections to choose from: the Signature Collection features fresh takes on bridal looks, and designer Madeline Gardener uses plenty of lace and hand-beaded crystal details on A-line, ball gown and mermaid silhouettes, while the Blu Wedding Dress Collection is perfect for lovers of satin and crepe gowns, eye-catching back details and more structured looks.

For destination weddings, the Voyagé Wedding Dress Collection will tick all the boxes. ‘Ethereal, flowing and effortless’, these looks capture the nature of the ‘free-spirited bride’ and feature light chiffons, soft net gowns and dainty lace accents.