With it being Monday we thought we ought to treat you, dear readers, and it doesn’t get much better than a fresh drop of Alca Line Bride gowns. Introducing the latest collection from one of our fave gown designers, this bevy of sweet dresses is titled Jump In The Line and oh gals we can promise you we would jump in any length queue for these!

Inspired by Betelgeuse, the brightest star in the night sky visible to the human eye, its no wonder these gowns are otherworldly. Think billowing sleeves, perfectly plunging necklines and spatterings of delicate and sparkly detail. The collection remains true to the spirit of the Alca Line Bride by channelling individuality. Offering up seven fabulously unique gowns, we are pretty sure there is something for every bride in this collection. It’s all here from the coloured gown to the lace gown with some sheer and sleek throw in just for good measure.

A frill here, a bell sleeve there and a few button up backs, it’s all in the divine details. From the decadent lilac frills of the Delia to the sleek simplicity of the Lydia, no bride is forgotten. For the whimsical bride, it doesn’t get better than the Juno (pictured here with the Lydia underneath). We really do fancy the idea of walking around bedecked in an intricate reflection of the night sky.

From the drizzles of delicate beading on the sheer bell sleeved Bellatrix to the sprinkle of ruby sequins on the Miranda, we truly are smitten. If a lace gown is on your mind, then do yourself a favour and feast your eyes upon the Orion. With a perfectly modern twist on lace, this gown boasts a delish keyhole back. We don’t do favourites here at Hello May but if forced we might just have to go with the endlessly elegant Brooke. We are practically hyperventilating over the soft scoop plunging neckline. Paired with some deliciously long button up sleeves it is the perfect marriage of sultry and sweet.

If you need to satisfy your cravings asap then pop on into Alca Line’s Sydney boutique for a try on. We can’t promise you will walk out empty handed. For the Melbourne Brides, there will be a trunk show heading your way on September 14 and 15 so pencil it into your diaries, stat! Prices range from about $1800-$3500. If you can’t get enough from Alca Line Bride then pop on over to our post on the last collection, Madame, which you can also try on in store. So without further ado, scroll down loves…

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