Meet The Designers

Jenny
Yoo

Price: $2800 - $4500
Sizes: 0 - 18

Known for her modern yet elegant wedding gowns and bridesmaid dresses, Jenny Yoo believes that the rules defining wedding tradition are meant to be broken. We’re constantly inspired by her signature style of clean lines, luxe fabrics, inventive silhouettes, and delicate embroideries. Each design exudes sophistication and a quiet confidence.

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Daughters
of Simone

Price: $1700 - $3000
Sizes: XS - XXL

Inspired by their home state of California, their travels through Indonesia and Australia, and their mother’s own 1970s gown, Ash and Brit Castanos have created a truly unique bridal collection. The brand borrows its name from philosopher Simone De Beauvoir, a woman who encapsulates the rebellious and soul-baring spirit of their designs. Expect graphic laces, attention to detail, and easy silhouettes.

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Watters

Price: $1800 - $3000
Sizes: 0 - 16

Founder Vatana Watters, with daughter Syndey Watters Dunbar by her side, has a knack for anticipating the latest bridal trends. Ethereal, dramatic, and always comfortable, Watters designs inspire our sense of adventure with sheer details, voluminous tulle, and bold lace.

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Carol
Hannah

Price: $2500 - $6500
Sizes: 0 - 20

Born in South Carolina, designer Carol Hannah Whitfield discovered her passion for sewing at just seven years old. After moving to New York, she launched her first bridal collection in 2009. Since then, Carol Hannah has gained a following among fashion-forward brides seeking elevated yet whimsical gowns.

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Pronovias

Price: $1800 - $3500
Sizes: 4 - 20

A pioneering label in the world of pret-à-porter bridal, Pronovias traces its roots to 1920s Barcelona. There, the heritage brand started as ‘El Suizo,’ a family-owned store specializing in lace, embroidery, and high-quality silks. Those opulent materials would come to define Pronovias wedding gowns, which first debuted in 1964.

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NOUVELLE
AMSALE

Price: $1900 - $3300
Sizes: 0 - 16

Lauded as the inventor of the modern wedding dress, Ethiopian-born designer Amsale Aberra got her start with one very important gown: her own. That first gown has since inspired every Amsale design, earning a reputation for understated glamour and unwavering attention to detail.

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