Bringing new meaning to “wearable art,” Trish Peng’s Bloom Collection offers sophisticated wedding dress styles for the unique bride’s floral-infused fantasy. Inspired by the poetic nature and expression of bridal beauty, this collection is Peng’s take on a bouquet come to life.

Her must-see line includes hand-drawn floral graphics that practically dance beside the models wearing these gowns. With one look at this collection, we believe in perennial love!

This season Peng focuses her chic style by playing up a softer, more tailored vision than previous collections. We had the privilege to ooh and ahh over the latest gowns in person at the One Fine Day Bridal Market during Bridal Fashion Week. She nods to the current trends of 3D laces, deep V-necklines, and detachable overskirts. The result: floral dresses chilled to perfection.

Violet Gown photographed by Claire Eliza

There is something undeniably organic about the Bloom Collection, from the floral theme to the soft elements of romance. Each gown bears a floral identity: welcome Jasmine, Dahlia, Acacia and Calla.

This stylish display of Peng’s incredible vision is created with unique laces, layered tulle, silk crepe, and hand beading and embroidery. Her sumptuous fabrics are sourced from all over the world – and we can attest – these gowns are luxe! Who is the Bloom Collection bride? She is feminine, elegant, and ethereal. She’s someone with a bold spirit and a sweetly scented soul.

The Lily gown combines silk crepe de chine with 3D lace in a botanic infusion. The fitted silhouette is adorned with dimensional floral lace along the sweetheart neckline, off-the-shoulder details, and sweeps naturally along the train. A Lily bride is graceful, playful, and ready to flaunt her figure in this form-fitting gown.

Blossom Gown photographed by Claire Eliza

Blossom is a chic and simple design with a strapless lace bodice and fitted silk skirt. It can be paired with a sweeping organza overskirt to transform into an even dreamier statement. We’re loving the idea of having two gowns for your wedding day (a trend we saw scattered throughout Bridal Fashion Week) and this two-piece combo provides a seamless transition from ceremony to reception.

New to the Bridal Musings radar, we're excited to properly introduce our botanical goddess Trish Peng. Born and raised in Auckland, New Zealand, she currently shares time between her home studio and her Los Angeles location. She specializes in customizable designs for her clientele worldwide.

Audrey Gown photographed by Claire Eliza

By welcoming individuality and custom making each gown to a bride’s specific set of measurements (as opposed to a standard size chart), a bride is guaranteed to receive a finely crafted work of art. Any piece from her Bloom Collection is as unique and one-of-a-kind as a wildflower.

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