• BMM x Emelie White x Tigerlily Weddings

    Delighted for BMM to feature with renowned London portrait and wedding photographer Emile White. Emilie has been named one of the Top Wedding Photographers in the World by HARPER'S BAZAAR and Condé Nast Brides US, and her clients includes couples working in creative, fashion and entertainment industries as well as some celebrity couples.
  • Introducing The KEEPSAKE Collection from BRIDES, made modern.

    Launching a special curation of vintage evening bags under £100, from Art Deco to the 90’s, perfect for bridal or not. All handpicked from history for you to have and to hold always... It's our little love letter to unstoppable, sustained strength of women, unquestionable style and of course, sustainability. 
  • BMM x Your London Wedding Campaign

    Thank you so much for featuring. Pinch us! 
  • VOWS chats to... The Digital Perspective ♡

    This VOWS interview is close to our heart. Today, we're pretty excited to be chatting to Karolina Jasek, founder of The Digital Perspective: an Ecommerce and Digital Consultancy Agency specifically targeted towards female-founded and ethical SMEs.
  • VOWS chats to... Proxybloom ♡

    We're pretty delighted to finally have Charlotte Diercks on VOWS. Why? Because Charlotte or better known as Proxybloom, is the appointment only flower studio that created BMM founders' vision of her bridal bouquet back in 2019 when BMM was still just a baby of an idea. 
  • BMM x Freya Rose 'SS 21 Jewellery Campaign

    We cannot believe that THIS is our first feature after 2 months live, with the Solace Larin dress from featuring in Freya Rose's Jewellery Collection Campaign. With Kate Moss, Olivia Palermo and Rihanna to name but a few all seen in Freya’s EXQUISITE, award-winning and iconic design heels, it’s really NBD for BRIDES, made modern to be included... LIES... it’s totally major for us, and we are so thankful to the divine team.
  • VOWS Chats To.... Jourdy.

    Ever since we stumbled across Jourdy's dreamy, "bunny earred" Knot bags on Instagram, we've been solidly day-dreaming about this gorgeously slow fashion accessory brand that takes more than a little inspiration from 1960's style. And yes, no bias, but we just had to make designer's Jourdan Cunningham's Starlight Mini Knot bag mine... what can we say? We're a sucker for sequins and you will be too.
  • It's a Wrap. How BRIDES, made modern Stays Sustainable in Our Packaging

    It's no longer a preference, it's a MUST. More and more adopters, and new businesses are opting for environmentally sound choices for their packaging, regardless of their product or interest. Whether that's encouraging consumer's to go paper-free, using sustainable or minimal elements in packaging materials or encouraging up-cycling of garments and extending the wearable life reducing the need to unconsciously consume. 

  • VOWS chats to... FLOROHDE ♡

    FLOROHDE is a slow fashion luxury label we are so excited about... Since discovering Flo's brand on Instagram, the unique designs and detailed execution of her consciously-created womenswear, make her pieces absolute wardrobe style staples. Designed and handmade in London using a mixture of dead-stock, sustainable and organic fabrics. FLOROHDE's designs are trans-seasonal pieces that are perfect as evening-wear options or for relaxed separates for fashion-forward brides.

    Sustainable, luxury loungewear that takes you from day to night, WFH but can work just as well for your bridal guests? That's a total YES from BRIDES, made modernThis week on VOWS, we are going IN with independents, and chatting to the divine Claudia froClaudia Meller England who specialises in bringing a unique take on slow fashion with her prints, natural fabrics and inclusive designs. Oh and did we say Claudia also does made to order, premium kimonos and lounge sets for cool brides and bridal parties? Your going to fall in love. 

  • Wedding Worthy... Feeling Like A Total Bridal Babe

    Wedding dress shopping can be made straight-forward and the consumer wants to shop more sustainably whilst looking a million bridal bucks. Connect with new, independent people and professionals in both the fashion and wedding industry that make the visions that you read in Vogue happen... whilst not being seen in the same patterns rolled out by the traditional bridal stalwarts.