#BridalMania: A Break from tradition


Uniqueness is every bride’s dream. Interpreted in a non-conventional way, a magical trendy wedding with unusual creations, this is the spirit that the house of Bensimon Lebanon showed as the scene for its most recent exhibition #Bridal Mania.

In collaboration with Bensimon, L’Atelier C by Cherine Khadra, L’atelier Nawbar, Bassam Fattouh, LaLa Rose, Cameleon MGT, Bar Deco, Romance etc, Farah Bounni Photography, Muse Maison De Chocolat, and Georges El Mendelek were invited to create pieces that would reflect a bride desire to truly stand out from the crowd.

In this line, Innovative designer Cherine from L’Atelier C exhibited a handmade cropped embroidered top made from sequins, pearls and swarovskis matching with the embroidered shoes along with a high-waist taffeta silk skirt garnished from the back with a huge bow, reflecting #Bridal Mania’s modern spirit that entices the trendy bride’s taste.

For its part, L’ Atelier Nawbar presented an exceptional headpiece, which can be worn as a necklace too.
Lala Rose went out of the box with its bridal pieces exhibiting a style of sensuality, femininity yet with a touch of modernity matching the dress embroidery.

While Maison Bensimon worked on highlighting “flat versus high heels”, stressing that flat can bestow elegant looks even on a bride matching her dress decorated by the same Swarovski material used on the dress.

Bridal Mania.
Bridal Mania.

The whole exhibition was given an elegant setting reflecting a shabby chic by Romance, Bar Deco and Cameleon.

This eclectic gathering of designers offered a new experience, a magical and elegance new outlook on the Lebanese bridal Market. The #BridalMania

Event received a substantial positive feedback from brides to be who are looking for
An unsual surprising weddings, where each bride would be able to find exactly what reflects her character and what defines her personality to the tiniest detail.

The Bridal Mania team believe that the participation concept they brought paint a completely new picture of the modern bride, away from the conventional perception of wedding.”