Rosa Clará proved the fitting choice as the designer to kick off Barcelona Bridal Week 2014.
The Catalan fashion house, who opened the event on Tuesday, gave a head-turning runway show as model after model waltzed down the catwalk.
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As promised, Rosa's latest collection featured wedding dresses that were sure "to make every bride feel feminine and beautiful on the most important day of her life".
The beautiful designs ranged from floor-length gowns to more daring, knee-length numbers but all were created as "structured dresses," according to Rosa's official website.
The fairytale ball gown and cupcake-style dresses took over the width of the runway and were made of the finest fabrics including silk mikado, ottoman and brocade. Rosa showed her versatility and presented slinkier, column style pieces that flaunted the model's svelte figures, while other gowns featured detailed embellishments and floral lace appliqué.
With her label starting in 1995, Rosa's mission was to inject "fashion" into the bridal world. "I knew then that I had something important to do, to contribute more creativity, bring more innovation, and above all, more design flair to the sector," she stated online.
Celebrities flocked to her 2014 show, with Lionel Messi's partner Antonella Roccuzzo and Cesc Fabregas' girlfriend Daniella Semaan both spotted in attendance.
The four-day event, dubbed as Pasarela Gaudí Novias, has seen 23 fashion houses come under one roof to showcase their spring 2015 collections.
Other designers who are fighting for brides' attention include Jesús Peiró, Raimon Bundó and Inmaculada García, but the final day of the event will belong to celebrity-favourite Pronovias who will showcase its romantic wedding dresses.
Barcelona Bridal Week will take place at the Fira de Barcelona Gran Via and end on Friday 9 May.