Whether your style is classic, modern, or bohemian, there’s a new trending bridal look that is perfect for you... Our guest writer, Nikki Yazxhi, editor and creator of Bella Mumma shares her exclusive insights.
This are not just your usual bridal gown flower detailing, these are floral embellishments. Hyper-textural and outstanding, the flowers are made with layers of embroideries, beading or large sequins, adding at 3D element to your dream gown.
Stunning and strapless, the new look embellished bodice is completed with a confection-like, full skirt. Very whimsical, and very princess.
SHEER & SHIMMERY
Sheer, gossamer tulles, satins and chiffons are paired with mirrored embroideries, to create the perfect statement for a bride who's all about glitz and glamour.
It may come as somewhat of a surprise, that one of the biggest wedding accessory trends champions a girlish classic: the headband. The new, upscale iterations are making a powerful impact when embellished with oversized pearls and jewels.
Be it a puff, raglan, or a detachable sleeve, the options are endless. Sheer sleeves provide the illusion of a long line, while still showing skin; and gossamer sleeves with a pouf, flare, or ruff mix up monotonous wedding dress silhouettes that are tired and overplayed. For a wow-factor, choose 2019's newest rendition of this trend: detachable sleeves.
Bows are back. The new deconstructed versions are more statement and super-structural, adorning shoulders, backs, veils, embroideries, and veils. The bigger the bow, the edgier the look.
Princess Eugenie and the Duchess of Sussex both wore gowns that were void of lace, details and embellishment—and a rise in bridal minimalism began. This season's minimal aesthetic embraces clean lines, simple tailoring, and just a hint of 90s nostalgia.
This traditional accessory is having a major moment, thanks to the Duchess of Sussex's epic veil, which was trimmed in embroidery designed to symbolize the flowers of the British Commonwealth. It’s all about the unique twists, like strategically designed embroideries and pieced lace veils making them more statement than accent.
Extra layers of fabric draped on the lower back of a dress adds instant drama, and the longer the better is what’s trending when it comes to trains this season. Designers are also incorporating different fabric combinations, like satin and lace and are creating trains that are detachable, so you get two looks in one!
Photos supplied by @helenrodriguesbridal