Well, this is a dream. Marchesa released their Spring Summer 2017 Bridal Collection today and it couldn’t be any more breathtaking. Inspired by a journey through a regal, enchanted garden with flourishing rosebuds and blossoming florals emerging just as the morning sun rises. We struggled to narrow it down, here are our top 5!
Still can’t decide on a colour or style for your bridesmaid dresses? Blush Magazine is here to help! We’ve put together a fab selection of our favourite bridesmaid dress trends of 2016. These looks will help you choose the perfect hue and style for your bridesmaids.
PURPLE LACE & FUR COVER UPS
Create a chic look with these deep purple lace gowns. The front slit shows off those sexy legs and the fur coats keep your gals warm – might we add stylish! Bridesmaid Gowns: Le Chateau | Fur Covers: Dynamite | Photo: Emily Oud Photography
LITTLE BLACK DRESS
Another way to go classic is all-black. Again fur cover ups are added to keep your maids warm and stylish! Bridesmaid Dresses: Allure from Pure Bridal | Floral: faBLOOMosity | Photo: Just Married Photography. See more from this wedding here.
PRETTY IN PINK
Nothing screams my girls more than these soft pink sweetheart bridesmaids gowns. Paired with those gorgeous bouquets and you are ready for a summer wedding! Bridesmaid Gowns; Hayley Paige Occasions from Novelle Bridal | Photo: Katch Studios | Floral: faBLOOMosity
Here’s your touch of something blue! Keep them warm with those fur covers, winter has never looked so good! Gowns: Eliza and Ethan from Novelle Bridal | Photo: Erin Walker Photography | Floral: Tickled Floral
ROSE GOLD SEQUINS
If your goal is to add some sparkle, you’re in luck. Sequins bridesmaid gowns are totally in! Bridesmaid Gowns: Modern Vintage Boutique | Photo: Michelle Larmand Photography
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.
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.
Eloping used to mean running away with your lover and secretly getting married. Nowadays couples refer to it as a no-fuss quickie marriage at the courthouse. Since designers started considering brides that opt out of the traditional wedding gown forms, eloping has become a much more fashionable affair. Just because you decided to elope doesn’t mean you can’t look chic doing it, right? So whether you’re jetting off to your romantic spot or simply saying ‘I do’ at City Hall, do it with style:
The Short White Dress: For the bride that aspires to look unique but doesn’t want to wear a classic long wedding dress. Here are dresses that you can rock on the beach, under the Eiffel Tower, or at City Hall.
The Pant Suit: For the bride who is all about feeling comfortable and looking herself on her wedding day. If you’re going for comfort and a classic silhouette, a suit might be your thing. But not your ordinary suit, here are some stunners:
Not Your Everyday Couple: These couples (real or not) show us how to look stylish for an elopement or city hall wedding.