While 2019 saw a turn towards minimalism with wedding fashion, designers are getting back to gowns that are more detailed—shimmering sequins and crystals, pearls, intricate laces, textural tulle, feather and ruffles are just a few of the major trends we spotted.
Inspired by the beauty that comes from within, this brilliant new line is meant to celebrate a woman's individuality with unique options for modern brides looking to make an entrance.
The designer's latest gowns feature intricate embellishments and unique twists on classic silhouettes.
Among Danielle Frankel's newest bridal styles are belted coats, mini dresses, bustiers, overskirts and pantsuits.
The designer's latest collection is an ode to the Impressionist art movement and its focus on colour, texture, light and transparency.
Berta's latest bridal couture collection features glamorous gowns that showcase what it means to be an elegant and confident bride.
The designer's chic new designs evoke the feeling of the 'à la mode' French Riviera in the 1960’s.
High-waisted crepe dresses with 3D embroidered tulle and butterfly sleeves are distinct features of this collection.
Inspired by the dynamic streets of New York City, the new line embraces timeless glamour and sophistication.
illed with modern dresses, this collection features simple silk gowns with glamorous details.
Inspired by European castles, Rita Vinieris's latest designs for Rivini feature refined European satins and Baroque-inspired laces with modern elements.
Inbal Dror's latest collection features glittery dresses accessorized with halo-like headpieces.
Inspired by unique experiences while travelling, this season's chic designs combine tailored sophistication with dramatic details.
Ranging from classic mermaid to billowy, layered silhouettes, these magical gowns are adorned with dazzling crystal beading, romantic chantilly laces and intricate floral embroidery.
Michael Fausto's first-ever wedding dress collection features gowns inspired by the star-studded island of Capri, Italy.
Highlighting the brand’s evolution over the years and honouring its roots, the Anne Barge Fall 2020 collection re-interprets its past designs, combining classic silhouettes with contemporary details.
The collection was inspired by two women: Mexican artist Frida Kahlo, and Julie Helen, a former Theia bride bravely battling Cerebral Palsy.