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This week we wanted to share our excitement of new dresses that have come to us!

We want to showcase the gorgeous dresses from Enzoani Beautiful ‘s 2020



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Sweet and romantic, this A-line gown features a gorgeous high-neck illusion lace bodice. A jaw-dropping illusion back features covered buttons trailing down the centre, while delicate lace appliques trickle down to the top of the dreamiest tulle skirt.




Old Hollywood glam meets modern sophistication. This mermaid gown is made with the softest stretch georgette with illusion lace panels at the side for a sexy, unexpected element. A gorgeous, illusion lace low back and covered buttons finish this look for a modern and feminine feel.

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Perfect for the boho bride. This full-length mermaid gown is gorgeous at every turn with its fluttering, light lace sleeves and soft tulle skirt. A deep V-back adds a sexy, modern touch that is sure to captivate your guests. Covered buttons and an invisible zipper add final touches to this lovely look.

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For the modern bride searching for effortless elegance, this ultra-comfy stretch georgette mermaid gown is the answer. BT20-12 features a sophisticated halter neckline with exquisite beading for the perfect hint of sparkle. It's open, plunging V-back is complete with covered buttons and an invisible zipper closure.



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This gorgeous mermaid gown features a sweetheart neckline bodice with built-in corset to flatter and highlight your figure. Sweet lace is sprinkled throughout the gown and down the dreamy tulle skirt for effortless romance.

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Simple, sleek, and oh-so-sweet. BT20-6 features all the classic elements of an A-line gown with its gorgeous lace bodice and airy chiffon skirt. It receives a sweet, modern twist with its low plunging back complete with adjustable criss-cross straps. Finished with covered buttons and an invisible zipper.

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Playful, whimsical and chic, this mermaid gown features a high illusion neckline to highlight gorgeous vintage overlace. A modern twist is added with its edgy keyhole back, finished with covered buttons and an invisible zipper.

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Searching for a timelessly elegant dress for the big day? Look no further. This gorgeous A-line gown features coveted long illusion lace sleeves, as well as an illusion lace sweetheart neckline complemented by a sexy, open V-back. Dreamy, airy tulle layers of the skirt are adorned with lace appliques, while buttons and an invisible zipper complete the look.



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A classic, gorgeous style for the chic and modern bride. Taking a minimalist approach, this ball gown features a plunging sweetheart neckline and a cinching band around the waist. A statement bow is added to the back of the gown to add an element of playfulness.




Vintage elegance meets modern glam in this gorgeous mermaid gown. Sleek but supportive stretch georgette is sure to hug all the right curves, while a bateau neckline keeps lines clean and complements the long lace sleeves. A jaw-dropping, low illusion lace back with covered buttons is sure to keep your guests entranced.

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If you are as in love with these designs as we are make an appointment to come try them on today!

Until next time …

Team C.B


Bride of The Month- Sep '19

It’s our favourite time of the month once again where we get to share with you some insight of our real brides on their special day!

This time, we have the stunning Gemma, who had her big day in the incredible Lincoln Cathedral which looks nothing short of a fairytale. We are so happy to be able to share these amazing photos which were taken by the talented Nick Haigh Wedding Photography (link below). Simply. Beautiful.


Thanks to Gemma for sharing these photos with us and we wish you and your new Husband every Hapiness together.

Until next time!


Team C.B XX

Photography : https://www.nickhaighweddings.com


Razzle Dazzle Them!

Returning back to normal after attending Bridal Heaven that is the Harrogate Bridal Show, which we attend every year to bring you back the most beautiful gowns for your big day, We have spotted one trend that will be everywhere over the next few seasons. That is SPARKLE! And we are so happy about it!

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Of course this is not something new in Bridal, embellished glittering gowns have always been an option in the Bridal world making sure every Cinderella girl has the chance to be her very own princess for the day, However we have noticed that the next seasons this has been cranked up a notch in contrast to the elegant simple gown that is also desirable at the moment.


Other trends to look out for in 2020:

Statement Sleeves,

Sleeves have been making a gradual comeback and this is every growing bringing different styles making more of a statement.

Sleek and Elegant

There is plenty out there for the Sleek and Simple Bride, creating smooth lines and curves with great pattern cutting. Simple goes are classic, timeless and wont be going anywhere soon.

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Geometric, Floral and Leafy Lace

We saw more of a shift towards less traditional lace this year as Designers keep trying to push the boundaries with their designs. There is so much floral and natural lace perfect for a more relaxed whimsical bride, with a contrasting geometric lines created in other designed, going away from the usual french crowded lacing.

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We cant wait for out new gowns to arrive so we can share them with you towards the new year :D All the dresses in this blog however are already here, or arriving in a few weeks time so what are you waiting for? Get yourself booked in for an appointment!

Until next time!

Love Team C.B



Over the School Summer Holidays we have been lucky enough to help some bride-to-be teachers find their dream wedding dresses. Congratulations to all of you from all the team here at Cheadle Bride! Here are some fun ideas on how you could bring your classroom to the wedding.

Start by giving your guests their homework to do …..


Class rules on arrival

The I do’s

This is a funky little archway for teachers and book lovers alike. Perfect setting to start your love story and Happily ever after.


Lunch Break

The possibilities are endless of how to incorporate school themes and ideas to you table decorations and planning. Be sure to personalise especially if you teach a particular subject. How great is the periodic seating chart for a science teacher?


The Little extras that make it special


Class dismissed!

Until next time…

Love Team C.B xx

(please note images are not our own)


Just over a year ago on 4th August 2018 Rebecca came to Cheadle Bride to look for her wedding dress. She fell in love with “Blair” by Badgley Mischka.


Becky married in June and sent us a couple of photos and these lovely words to share:-

“Just wanted to say thank you so much for helping me find my dream dress, veil and tiara. I felt like a princess on my special day and didn’t want to take my dress off. I can’t thank you enough for all of your help and for making it such a relaxed, lovely day when I came for my appointment and found my perfect dress”


Congratulations Mr & Mrs Dawson from all at Cheadle Bride.

Love from Team CB xx

Wedding Speeches - 10 Top Tips

Traditionally it’s the Father of the Bride, Groom and Best man who makes the speeches at the wedding breakfast. However it has become more and more popular for the bride to also say a few words. So if this is you, here are our top tips to make the perfect speech…

  1. Less is More - 10 minutes maximum your guests can get restless, so keep it short but sweet and we can promise the tears and laughter will come.

  2. Make some notes - It’s your big day, there is so much going on, keep a few prompt notes incase you get distracted half way though!

  3. Tell a Story - Have a beginning, middle and end to your speech and let your family and friend learn something about you or your partner that they don’t know.

  4. Add Humour - A joke or funny family stories always go down well and keep everybody engaged and smiling.

  5. Props - Give your bridesmaid something to bring to you that will add to your speech, an inside joke that you are willing to share, a nod to where you or your partner is from, something sentimental that goes with what you are saying.

  6. Toast - If you do want to make a toast remember to make sure that your guests glasses are full.

  7. Rehearse - Get an honest opinion from a trusted friend, and go through your speech out loud a few times to highlight where you forget.

  8. Take your Time - Don’t rush your words as everyone needs to be able to hear what you say!

  9. Thank you’s - Thank everyone for being an important part of your Big Day, especially those who have helped with their time or financially.

  10. Last but not least - Have fun! This is your wedding day and it will fly by so quickly so remember to enjoy the moment.

Veil or no veil?

We often get asked about wearing veils; are they still relevant for the modern bride with so many alternative options available?

Whist some may choose a hair comb, vine or floral crown there is no doubting the sheer elegance of the veil.

Traditionally worn to prevent the groom seeing his bride before the ceremony, the veil can do so much more to complete the wedding look.


From a traditional cathedral veil to the quirky birdcage veil, which look would you choose?

And ladies, who could resist the opportunity for the iconic wedding photos a veil can create?

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If you still need convincing, come in and see us!

Love, Team CB XX

(images are not our own)

Game, Set, Match (made in heaven)

We thought we would have little fun this week inspired by Wimbledon and look at how you could have a tennis themed wedding!

Pimm’s ..Because it would be rude not to!


Decoration - Add a tennis ball and the possibilities are endless!

Table Plans and Name Placers


The perfect photo opportunity…


Strawberries and Cream


The Cake!


For MR


and for Mrs


You cant have a tennis themed wedding without getting some of the guests involved in a game….after you have beat your other half first of course!


Remember whatever your passions are this is your day bring your personality through and remember to have fun!

Until next time..

Love Team C.B xx

(images are not our own and were taken from pinterest)

Bride of the Month - June '19

It’s Bride of the Month time once again. This month, June Is one of the busiest months of the year when it comes to weddings. To celebrate our gorgeous Bride of the Month Angela, who has just married her Groom Phillip, has shared her experience and her words of wisdom for future brides-to-be. And as always, we get a sneaky look into her wonderful day!


“I remember being extremely anxious before I started looking for a dress wondering whether I’d feel like I’d found ‘the one’ when I did. I’d given myself plenty of time and had started looking about 11 months prior to the wedding as I’d had friends tell me it can take some time for the dresses to come in, and more than anything I really wanted to be organised. I always knew that I wanted high neck which was my only none negotiable point; my neck and chest often get flushed when I’m nervous, so I didn’t want to be worried about that on the day (as I expected the nerves!). Other than this, I was not sure what I wanted, and initially thought I would have something quite simple and floaty, which in the end was not what I chose. I’m 5ft 1, and I tried one bigger dress and quickly ruled out the full princess style as there’s quite a big of height difference between me and my now husband (who is just over 6ft) and I thought it made me look smaller and it just didn’t feel like me.  I went to a shop a friend had recommended that stocked a designer I liked, and after trying on 6 dresses I really liked 2 (which where opposite in styles! One form fitting and one floaty). After some debating, I felt neither was quite right, and there wasn’t anything else that caught my eye, so I left feeling a little overwhelmed but not yet defeated. 


I had decided I preferred the fit of the more fitted of the 2 dresses, but I felt the top wasn’t quite right on the one I’d tried, so I started to look at similar dresses I had saved by different designers and came across what was to be my dress! The dress was by Essence of Australia, the top was lace with some slight shimmer with a similar fit. We had got engaged in Adelaide in South Australia and when I saw the dress was called Adelaide, I felt like it was meant to be and hoped I wouldn’t be disappointed when trying it. I looked up the nearest stockist and came across Cheadle Bride. From the get-go, Catrin was extremely accommodating, told me the price point of the designer and I made an appointment for an evening the following week. 

On the day of the appointment I arrived and as well as the dress I had seen, Gwen helped me pull some other dresses to try on the day also and was lovely. I tried on the Adelaide dress first and I absolutely loved it! It just made me feel really special. The train was much bigger than I had thought on pictures, and I wondered whether it was a bit too much, but if you can’t do it on your wedding day then when can you! I tried on a couple of the other dresses, but the more I tried, the more I was sure I wanted the Adelaide dress and could imagine getting married in it. After getting back into it I didn’t want to take it off! The thing that surprised me, was that other dresses I had tried were more flattering, but this one just felt more like me. 


The wedding day ran smoothly, and my husband and I had a great day celebrating with friends and family. I absolutely loved the morning with my bridesmaids which will also be something I’ll always treasure. The weather was not on our side! It rained all day none stop despite it being glorious sunshine the weekend prior! But I found that on the day I felt extremely calm about everything and it really didn’t matter. All of the suppliers you use from the venue to the caterers to the photographer do this all the time, and they know what needs to change when its wet, so it ran without a glitch still. 


The best advice I received, or wish I would have received before the wedding was:

-       Your dress will look different after alterations – I was lucky the dress was in my size so didn’t need pegging, but even though I thought it fit like a glove it still was pulled in several more inches! And it really does transform it! There’s so much that can be changed also at the alteration stage if you need it to be.

-       Wedding dresses are often really hot, take a little freshen up bag and make sure you have deodorant, and some freshen up wipes etc. I also added mints/plasters/safety pins – just in case!

-       Make sure you don’t try on any dresses you can’t afford. The dress I bought was over my budget, and before I had made the appointment, I ensured we could tweak the budget should I love it.

-       Everyone says to try on lots of dresses, but whilst I tried different styles, if I really didn’t like an element of a dress I didn’t try it on. I knew myself and that it would overwhelm me to keep trying dresses so I only tried on ones I really liked. I tried on 11 in the end and felt it was enough for me, but I’ve had friends try on many more and love it.

-       Be honest around what you do and don’t like with all of your suppliers; I had a lot of highlighter on at my trial and it’s not something I like so she changed this, and I much preferred it. Whilst they know their job you must feel comfortable too. 

-       Your make up with feel heavier on the day; at my trial I was convinced I had far too much on, but there wasn’t and it looked lovely.

-       You suppliers are such a huge part of your day, so make sure it is people who are great to be around. My hair and make up woman was so calming on the morning and it was exactly what was needed. My photographer is the most enthusiastic person I have ever met, and this is so infectious! Finally our event organiser from the caterers was lovely and put me at ease from the get go – our music wouldn’t work after the speeches and she resolved it without bothering us, I was totally unaware until the next morning.


A big thanks to the ladies at Cheadle Bride. You made the dress trying experience lovely, and stock some absolutely beautiful dresses. “


We all at Cheadle Bride wish Anglea and Phillip every happiness for a life of love and laughter together.

Until Next time…

Love Team C.B XX

Venue: The Oak Tree of Peeover