Anyone who thinks the defining factor of a wedding dress means a white ball gown hasn’t followed Bridal Fashion Week. Blush Magazine was in NYC to catch all the latest trends for 2015 and we narrowed it down to these top 4 fashion statements; Crop Tops, High Slits, Sheer Lace, and Coloured Gowns.
My job is so much more than a three word title to me. It’s connecting with business owners and creative indviduals around the world and it becomes especially more exciting when you are dealing with local designers. When Truvelle, a Vancouver based design studio, contacted us to share that their gowns will be carried in Alberta I was overjoyed and instantly convinced myself that it’s worth a three hour drive to Calgary.
As I kept reading into their email they mentioned that Delica Bridal, an avid supporter of Blush and local bridal boutique in Edmonton, will be carrying the gowns. I skimmed through the images about a dozen of times and had thoughts of creative shoots and the type of bride that would wear a Truvelle gown.
So what type of bride would wear a Truvelle gown on her wedding day?
1) A proud Canadian, because Truvelle is a made-in-Canada brand.
2) A bride who wants a light, airy, and soft look.
3) A bride in search of unique fabrics and finishings.
To save you from my rambling, I’ve posted images of the latest collection, you can swiftly make your way to Delica Bridal today to try on these dreamy gowns.
The Fall 2015 Bridal collection draws inspiration from the surreal beauty and fantasy of a jewelry box. The gowns were dreamed up as if from a treasure trove of one’s keepsakes and ornate jewelry, where a perfectly poised ballerina balances en pointe pirouetting in delight.
Gowns are effortless yet dreamy, ultra-feminine yet subtly glamorous. From soft sheaths with exaggerated trains, embroidered trumpet silhouettes to grandiose embellished gowns, each piece is a cherished jewel.
Pastel shades of mint, lavender, primrose, and blush create a playful twist on tradition. Delicate tonal beading trickles off gowns, while collaged with Chantilly and re-embroidered laces, layers of sheer colored tulle prove that design details are distinctive and exquisite. The ready to wed collection takes its cue from the sweetly feminine ballerina with a two-piece crop-top, tea-length skirt and antique gold strapless mini.
The Jenny Packham 2015 Bridal collection is like something out of a dream. British sensation Jenny Packham was inspired by photographs of 1930’s British society photographer, Madame Yevonde, specifically the portraits of ladies dressed in classical costumes, known as ‘The Goddesses.’
The show took place in an industrial venue against a blue sky backdrop, exactly the setting this collection deserved. Jenny Packham broadened the wedding palette this season using soft tones of buttermilk, champagne, and warm blush caramel in ethereal textures and fabrics finished with exquisite beading and crystals on capes, sleeves, and necklines.
Take a stroll with Blush through our top choices from this heavenly collection.
Happy Monday! We’ve just returned from four days in NYC to preview the 2015 bridal collections from designers all across the globe. As our bookings increase with each season there are select shows that we refuse to miss and Monique Lhuillier is one of them.
The spring 2015 bridal collection is Monique’s ethereal daydream come to life. Set in a John Singer Sargent portraiture, silk satin organza and signature Chantilly lace gowns create a dreamy, alluring vision. Along with the traditional ivory and silk white, Monique mixes in shades of blush, hydrangea, pistachio and mist, for an unexpected discovery within the collection.
From her collection of twenty looks we picked our top six ! Enjoy!