Whether your engagement has just begun or is fully underway, getting curious about wedding dresses is the first step on your wedding planning journey. There are flowers, cake and centerpieces to contemplate, yes. But nothing is going to make you feel more excited about the day you say ‘I Do’ than opening up a Brides magazine or pulling up Pinterest to peruse the latest dress trends.
Bridal Spring Fashion Shows have just wrapped up, giving us a glimpse into what 2019 has in store for brides all over the world. And let us tell you, there is a lot to be excited about!
From sparkle and florals to capes and ball gowns, there were a number of alluring elements that designers incorporated into their lines. Their versatility is sure to peak the interest of even the most minimalist bride.
Here are our five favorite 2019 wedding dress trends to consider for your own dream dress.
1. Long Lace Sleeves
Ever since Kate Middleton stepped out of the royal car in her lace long sleeve ball gown, the world has not been the same. Wedding dress designers met the demand of brides around the world who all wanted a royal wedding dress of their own.
2. Unexpected Textured Elements
This year we have seen many unexpected textured elements added to traditional wedding gowns. Whether it is sheer capes, sleeves and sparkly embellishments, or abundant chiffon and tulle, these pieces make for a surprise point to draw the eye, delighting in an unpredictable three-dimensional detail.
3. Plunging Necklines
A plunging neckline looks flattering on every bride. It visually elongates your body and accentuates its upper half, making you appear both elegant and sexy. Pair it with a mermaid silhouette to create shape and add one of our detachable overskirts for a look that will give you two wedding dresses in one.
4. Bold Ball Gowns
Every little girl dreams of being a princess. A ball gown makes that dream come true, casting you as the princess in your own fairytale wedding. This years' trends add a bold element to a traditional ball gown, whether it's off-the-shoulder sleeves, a sheer panel or a slight twist to the traditional sweetheart neckline.
5. Short & Sassy
Whether it's knee length or tea cup length, short wedding dresses have been in style for generations. Just think of Audrey Hepburn's frock in Funny Face and you'll be instantly charmed into considering one of these for your own wedding. Allowing you to show off your fabulous footwear, these short numbers are chic, fun and versatile.
Let us know what your favorite wedding dress trends are and which ones you wish would come back in style.
Whether a dress from our round-up has caught your eye, or you decided to have us create a custom dress just for you, we look forward to working with you to make your dream dress a reality.