Brock Collection has long been a favorite brand with OTM Brides—and ever since we launched our styling services more than two years ago, it has been one of the most requested labels among clients, who love the brand’s romantic sensibility for their walk down the aisle and wedding weekends alike.
A collaboration with Over The Moon and Brock Collection was only natural, which inspired a new capsule of special occasion dresses—and the debut Bridal Collection—now available exclusively on Over The Moon. With iconic silhouettes in whimsical new prints, plus bows to match, there’s something for every bride.
In celebration, we’re looking back at some of the best Brock brides of all time, which includes real-life brides and celebrities alike. From former First Daughter Barbara Bush to fashion designer Danielle Snyder and bridal stylist Cynthia Cook Smith, here’s a visual history of our favorite Brock Collection brides.
OTM styled bride Courtney Kirsch for her rehearsal dinner, before her micro-wedding in Illinois, in Brock Collection’s Quarrie dress. “I loved OTM’s taste and working with them so much that I decided to ask them to help style my looks for the whole weekend! Anny Choi from OTM was beyond helpful throughout the entire process,” Courtney says. “I loved everything she picked out for me and forever grateful to her for sticking my by side throughout all of our change of plans and potential change of looks.”
Former First Daughter Barbara Bush chose a long-sleeve Brock Collection dress with a deep leg slit to wear to her rehearsal dinner before her intimate wedding to screenwriter and Jarhead actor Craig Coyne in Kennebunkport, Maine.
To say “I do,” at her micro-wedding in New York City, OTM Bride and VP of client services at Highsnobiety Haein chose a white linen tiered Brock Collection dress, with help from bridal stylist Gabrielle Hurwitz, and Baroque pearl earrings from Bôneur that she’d picked up in Paris.
OTM Bride Missy Fauser wore a custom Brock Collection dress to her wedding in Italy. Her cousin, former Vogue editor and bridal stylist, Cynthia Cook Smith worked with Missy and the label’s co-founder Laura Vassar to create the bridal lace gown.
Cynthia Cook Smith
Speaking of Cynthia, she wore Brock Collection’s Devon dress in white to her rehearsal dinner at The Chanticleer in ‘Sconset. “I fell head over heels for this Brock Collection dress when it walked down the runway in red,” Cynthia tells Vogue. “Luckily, Laura and Kris were able to make it for me in white in the knick of time.” The bridesmaids also all wore Brock Collection off-the-shoulder dresses in the same fabric—safe to say, Brock is and has always been a bridal brand.
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Working with wedding stylist Cynthia Cook Smith, Katie first pre-ordered a silk taffeta Brock Collection dress a year before her June wedding date to wear to their rehearsal dinner. She loved the dress’s floral print so much, she had invitation artist Janelle Sing hand paint the whimsical flower pattern onto the rehearsal dinner invitations and stamps. On the actual day, she paired the dress with blush colored Stuart Weitzman heels and Céline tear drop pearl earrings.
OTM Bride and founder of contemporary label LPA Pia Arrobio turned to her friend Laura Vassar for her trip down the aisle. Together, they reworked a dress from the runway and customized the color and fit for Pia’s Italian-inspired wedding in Pasadena. Pia and her mother also wore Brock Collection to the rehearsal dinner.
“Initially, I thought I’d wear vintage to my rehearsal dinner. Or make something myself,” says Danielle Snyder, the co-founder and designer of the fashion and accessories brand Dannijo. Images of Danielle in her fitted lace look with a something blue ribbon accent at the waistline first started popping up on Instagram at the very beginning of her wedding weekend, and from the moment we saw it, we were smitten. “I didn’t know I’d wear Brock Collection, but I’ve always loved Laura and Kris’s work,” says the bride. “I stumbled upon this dress and was immediately obsessed with the Chantilly lace and tie-up back. It was sort of exactly what I was looking for even though I didn’t know what I wanted! And, once I found it, I knew I could tweak the fit slightly and add something blue to the waistline to make it totally me.”
See the looks in motion with this romantic video, shot by Kristopher Brock!