Wedding's Lauren Godfrey shares her hot picks from this season's collections, showcased at The National Wedding Show in London...
Making a statement: Sandra Dias Design
Wearing a simple gown with an oversized floral garland makes a statement and is a big trend for 2014. I love the peach flowers teamed with the pale pink silk dress and limited embellishments. One gorgeous ring is the only sparkle this look needs.
Check it out: Moss Bros
A check suit and double collar button down shirt is always a winning combination. I find tails look so formal. This suit would be the perfect outfit for a chic city wedding.
The classic: Berketex
A classic sweetheart neckline, lace overlay and beautiful tulle skirt that looks like it is made out of clouds; this dress is just dreamy. For the ultimate disney princess feel, add a full length veil with a crystal scatter and float down the aisle to wed your prince.
Diverse style: Fever Design
I love nude dresses and this design is pretty but practical. The light chiffon material and empire line cut makes this dress suitable for a whole army of diverse bridesmaids. Plus, the one shoulder detail adds extra support for bigger busts and is suitable for teen 'maids.
Pretty pastels: Katya Katya Shehurina
This is my favourite dress from The National Wedding Show catwalk. Pretty pastels are huge this season, so why not embrace the trend on your wedding day. Mint green, lilac, and pale blue shades are gorgeous, and far more sophisticated than blush pink.
Blue spirit: Moss Bros
Less Jason Biggs in American Pie, and more quirky cool. This blue suit and crisp white shirt is sharp and would look great at a fifties themed wedding. Plus, how cute is that spotty bow tie!
The vintage fling: Phase Eight
This look proves how vintage inspired accessories can completely transform a lace dress. A pretty bolero, embellished head band and a draping of pearls brings the nineteen twenties into the modern day. And the best part about this look; you get a high fashion finish with a high street price tag.
One for the mums: Nigel Rayment
This outfit is very similar to the gorgeous coat-dress and hat Carole Middleton wore at the Royal Wedding in 2011. And didn't she look great! The cut and colour of this dress is stunning and the peplum detail adds a girly edge. The only downside; Your mum runs a risk of upstaging you.
The timeless creation: Emma Louise Design
Two words to describe this dress. Demure and stunning. The boat neckline and simple A line cut is timeless and suitable for all body shapes.
The re-wearable wedding gown: My Eden
Where do I begin with this dress? The lace illusion neckline and pastel ombre material is a subtle way to embrace this seasons colour trend. Plus with this dress you can follow in Keira Knightly's footsteps and re-wear your wedding gown again... And again!