Here at Flora Fetish, we understand one of the first things any bride envisions is how she will look in her perfect, dream wedding gown. What better compliment to one of our own lovely bouquets than this feminine, floating dress from Blush Bridal Lounge in Austin, TX. Bride Kathryn Sharrock was beaming and beautiful and truly showed off this gown to its best advantage. They say the dress picks the bride, and we think this was a perfect match.
Created by designer Martina Liana Bridal Designs and captured by photographer Kat Bevel, the lace sweetheart neckline and light, billowing silhouette have us excited by all the dresses and trends we’re bound to witness in the coming year. Below are just a few of our favorites along with some fabulous vendors and designers to watch. (Credits at bottom of post)
Blush and rosy gowns have been around for a few years now, but they are becoming a more traditional choice for brides who really want to stand out and show their feminine side. We’re sure you’ll be gushing over these blushing creations!
Ever worry you’re too shy to go sheer? We’ve gathered some elegant options to try this bold bridal trend. Sometimes, a subtle sheer gives just the effect your’e going for.
Off the Shoulder and Cap Sleeve
Is there anything more glamorous and elegant than an off-the-shoulder detail on a wedding dress? It’s a way to look vintage and modern at the same time, as well as create beautiful details in your dress that you’re sure to remember. Whether you want to go traditional, or try for a truly unique look, we’re sure these shoulder details will delight.
Lace can seem as traditional as it gets when it comes to bridal, but we think you’ll be surprised where lace can transport you with these trends.