Choices, choices, choices! That’s what we had at this season’s Bridal Fashion Week. From lace to color to fringes and more, we didn’t know where to look this season! Among all the wonderful dresses were a few collections and certain dresses in particular that stood out to us. Take a look!
Berta: Berta’s designs featured tons of lace throughout their dresses. Many had deep plunging V-necklines with touches of sheer fabric throughout. This dress is definitely for the bride who isn’t afraid to show a little skin while maintaining a soft femininity from overall lace.
Photo by: Mike Colon – As soon on https://www.brides.com/gallery/new-berta-wedding-dresses-fall-2018
Blush by Hayley Paige: Blush by Hayley Paige can be summed up in one word: tulle! Tulle was everywhere in this collection and we were loving it! One dress really blew us away and that was the Milo ballgown with delicate off-the-shoulder cap sleeves and pale pink hue. We were definitely feeling princess vibes here.
Photo from: https://www.brides.com/gallery/new-blush-by-hayley-paige-wedding-dresses-fall-2018
Hayley Paige: As for Hayley Paige’s other collection, there was definitely variety. She featured dresses with fringes for days, blue tints, pink tints, tiered skirts upon tiered skirts, and even two-piece options in both skirts and pants. The dress that stood out most to us was the Gilmour dress which featured a delicate pale blue floral pattern atop a tulle underlay. We can totally see this dress in the middle of a lush space with lots of white candles for a fresh romantic vibe.
Photo by: JLM Couture as seen here – https://www.brides.com/gallery/new-hayley-paige-wedding-dresses-fall-2018
Sophia Tolli for Mon Cheri Bridal: Sophia Tolli for Mon Cheri should be called Sophia TULLE-y! Get it? Tulle takes center stage yet again for this collection which also heavily featured lace and sweetheart necklines. This gown with its semi-sheer corset bodice adds some sensuality while the lace and tulle overlay maintains the gown’s overall femininity and elegance.
Sophia Tolli: For brides who want a little more color in their dress and lots of layers Sophia Tolli also released this show stopping blush gown. If you haven’t noticed a trend both we and designers are favoring fuller gowns this season! This dress pairs a modern feeling top featuring geometric-esc lines with a soft ballgown bottom that reminds us of our sweet tea drinking southern brides. Yes please, and don’t forget the lemon.
Both gowns above seen here: https://www.brides.com/gallery/new-sophia-tolli-for-mon-cheri-wedding-dresses-spring-2018
Casablanca Bridal: Casablanca Bridal showed off one of this year’s most popular trends: capes. This cape adds just the right touch of delicacy to this heavily embellished gown. One thing is for sure-the Haven gown is not short on sparkle!
Photo From: https://www.brides.com/gallery/new-casablanca-wedding-dresses-fall-2018
Beloved by Casablanca: From boho to modern, Beloved by Casablanca had something for everyone! We especially like the Rayne gown which had a delicate foliage pattern and three-quarter bell sleeves to add a more elegant feel. We also have a small bow around the waist to add just the right amount of oomph.
Photo from: https://www.brides.com/gallery/new-beloved-by-casablanca-wedding-dresses-fall-2018
Rosa Clará – While fuller dresses did dominate the runway, Rosa Clara gave us some gorgeous fitted options that still felt young, romantic, and traditionally bridal like the gown above. The solid satin is stunning and the low cut lace top and bottom detail breaks up the pattern while showing off the figure. The lace on this dress is also more royal and less flowery than has been seen in the past and offers a nice change from all lace fitted gowns without giving it up entirely.
Needless to say, we loved all the lace and variety this season and we can’t wait to see what these designers have in store for us next! Happy dress hunting everyone!
*This post was co-written by Elizabeth and Danielle Prince*