I feel like when I’ve been scrolling through my Pinterest feed lately I’ve seen a lot of these gorgeous bomber jackets with awesome slogans on the back and I thought to myself wouldn’t it be amazing to give your bridesmaids a bunch of matching jackets, pink ladies style! Whether they wear them on the hen party or while they’re getting ready on the big day or even actually wear them to the wedding they’re sure to look ace when all teamed together!

We’re using the phrase GRL PWR on our jacket today but you could get create and use whatever phrase you like, I loved the idea of ‘Squad Goals’ , ‘Mega Babe’ and ‘Femme’ too or you could even pop your girlfriends names on the back!

Don’t worry if you can’t make your own we are now selling these iron on letters in our BRAND NEW SHOP!!! Just click the button below to order yours!

A plain bomber jacket // A Cricut Explore* // Iron on in the colour of your choice // An Iron // GRL PWR Template //

*If you don’t have a Cricut Explore then you can always buy some iron on material and cut out the template by hand, then iron on.

Upload the GRL PWR template to the Cricut Design space then size the design to fit your jacket.


While we’ve tried a few different DIY’s with faux florals here at BB, a trend we are seeing more of is the flower adorned wedding veil. We have seen pretty ones covered in real flowers but we really wanted to see if we could create a faux flower veil with the same ‘WOW’ effect? As it turned out it was one of the easiest DIY’s we have ever tried.

A plain veil | A selection of faux flowers in a range of sizes | Glue Gun | Glue sticks

Step 1:
Start by taking a selection of large and small flowers and attach in a cluster around the comb, using your glue gun. This will ensure the comb stays fully hidden when the veil is being worn.
Step 2:
Using larger flowers, starting at the top, glue the flowers at random intervals around the veil working your way down to about half way.

Step 3:
Take a selection of smaller flowers and work your way down from the half line down to the bottom of the veil.


Brides in denim jackets are beyond cool. There’s simply no denying it. And we’ve seen a huge trend in denim patch jackets this year (the 80s are coming back baby!) So if you’ve got a denim jacket in the cupboard that you want to give a little revamp to (whilst also being practical and keeping yourself warm on your wedding day!) then we’ve got the perfect DIY for you! The best part is we’ve designed our very own patches that you can print out and use on your jacket! (say whhaaatttt!)

There’s a bumble bee patch, a peace sign, a watermelon, a pretzel and loads more available to download completely free and you can print and create them right in your own home! Our inkjet printer can be a little iffy printing things that isn’t paper but it had no problem printing out the patches onto the fabric when it was set to print on ‘photo paper’.
A denim jacket // Our free printable patches template 1 // Our free printable patches template 2 // Printable fabric (we got ours from Cricut) // Fabric Scissors // Needle and thread //

Download our patches above and print them off onto the fabric.


Step aside Summer, Autumn is officially here which means ‘bye bye’ short sleeves it’s time for long sleeves to have their moment. We have trawled the web for our fave long sleeve wedding dresses for a look that screams modern glam bride – just in time for winter. Think gold, sequins and lots of sparkle, alternative brides rejoice as we have found the dresses that will keep you warm and looking fabulous!

1. Honor Dress (above): One of the new designs from the ‘Young Hearts, Run Free’ Collection from Belle amd Bunty, this dress with lace sleeves, is ultra classy. Pair with gold accessories and a smoky eye for perfection.

2. Sequin Gown: We love this dress because we need sequins every day of the year and it reminds us of sparkling snowflakes. (Photo by Ashley Boyan Photography via Bespoke Bride)

3. Anya Gown: This stunning embroidered till gown will make your effortlessly chic and cosy on a cold day.

4. Ursa Gown: For brides that want to feel like a real life Disney princess on their wedding day, this gown is truly magical with a blue tulle skirt that is sure to brighten up any gray winter day.

5. Kiki: Just because it’s winter doesn’t mean you should keep your figure in hiding. Show off you form with this beautifully flattering Grace Loves Lace dress.

6. Prospere Gown: Classic should never mean boring, which is why we’re smitten with this perfectly polished silk-cotton gown, it’s sophisticated and fashion-forward—just the way we like it.

7. Mirror Ball Dress: This will most certainly amp up the drama on your wedding day. Trust us, everyone is going to want to know where you got your dress from.

8. Magnolia Gown: It’s pinstripe and lace, what isn’t their to love about this unique style?

9. Inca: A unique combination of French and Japanese lace, a flattering fit and a low statement back this is one seriously sexy number for a winter wedding.

10. Tabitha Gown: A fully beaded sheer back adds an extra dose of drama to this Victorian-inspired gown, while tonal ivory and silver beading keeps the look romantic and cohesive.

11. Obelia Dress: A winter wedding wouldn’t be complete without a touch of gold here and there.

12. Andromeda Gown: Here’s a dress that hugs the body in all the right places to keep you feeling cozy on your wedding day.