You can now check out the Spring 2014 wedding gowns that were featured on the runway. The best place to see them all is from Brides.com. Remember it takes about nine months to have a dress ordered and made so if you want to save money and avoid pricey rush fees….get to your bridal salon now!
Here are some of the major trends!:
1. Stephanopoulos flowers: These beautiful white flowers can be found adorning the backs and trains of many bridal gowns for 2015. They look stunning with a pearl or rhinestone center. These also look gorgous in bouquets with embellishments. If you can’t afford to deck your dress out with these beauties, you can also add them to a hairpiece for a simple, elegant and affordable touch!
2. Sweetheart Necklines- That curvy, heart shaped neckline could be found across the runway! Luckily sweetheart necklines can be matched to any kind of budget!
3. Great Gatsby Style: This movie was a hit and so is the fashion. Good news is you don’t have to break the bank to incorporate it into your look. Shop vintage or even raid some relatives closets =). Pearls and hairpieces with some vintage lace can make this old look new again.
4. Alternatives to Strapless! YAY!: Now I love a strapless dress but unfortunately, they don’t love me! Well now there are so many options! Smock fronts, cap sleeves and draping cape backs all showcase the stunning silhouette of the brides with the support and hold of a strap!
5. Lace!: Ummm lace seems to always be in style. As long as you aren’t wearing a dress with 19080’s puffy lace sleeves…you should be fashionably up to date!
6. Girls in White Dresses with Black Satin Sashes…and Color: Oscar de la Renta specifically showcased pastel pinks and blues. Several dresses were adorned with simple black sashes. A single black and white modern dress made the runway too. If you feel like giving your dress a little pop, ask if it is available in other colors or if you can add a sash or colorful flowers. You can often find colorful wedding dresses at blow-out sales or in discount sections because they are usually too specific to sell out!