Natalie Chan's 2015 Fashion Week Bridal Collection 'Blissfully Botanic'. Having had a long time love affair with flowers, Natalie has drawn inspiration for her latest bridal collection from blooms and botanical gardens. Each design in the collection features a type of fabric flower from petite and scattered to a bold cluster of blooms. This collection features artfully painted large flowers on silk fabric which are then hand-appliquéd onto the gowns in different forms.
'Peering at Posies' is a bold and beautiful gown perfect for a fashionable bride. The dress features a lace halter bodice with a delicate scalloped edge and silk satin ties, while the full circle skirt has a hand painted floral motif running through, a sheer organza skirt sits over top to add depth and transparency.
'In a Bed of Flowers' is a modern and show stopping bridal dress! The silk dupion bodice features a flattering v-neck cut with a wide contoured waistband. The skirt is shorter in the front and features a train at the back and has been hand painted and also appliqued with painted flowers sewn on top.