Romantic wedding dresses are one of our favorite things, and this bride blew us away with her classic, romantic style. A soft, trumpet silhouette gown paired with long, illusion-style lace sleeves and a stunning outdoor setting made for an all-around lovely look. See more of this bride's traditionally-inspired style in the Pacific northwest issue of mywedding .
Sweet Summer Style
In another take on the illusion wedding dress trend, this summer bride selected a cap sleeve number with a sweetheart neckline and slightly more dramatic lace detail. We love the delicate, unfinished lace edges and her similarly elegant accessories. A headpiece was the perfect alternative to a veil and allowed the details of the gown to really shine.
This bride came across her dress by accident j she was out helping her mother find a dress for the wedding, but when she came across this shimmery gold number, she knew this dress was the one. The simple but still glammed-up down was a great fit for the couple's contemporary Brooklyn wedding (which you can see in its entirety in the Tri-State issue of mywedding ).
It didn't take this bride long to decide she wanted to do something truly spectacular with her wedding dress: She designed it herself instead of looking for wedding dresses that fit her style. The result was a beautiful blend of modern fashion and Spanish influence j just like her gorgeous Santa Barbara wedding day.
Although this couple was planning a traditional Hindu ceremony along with a separate Western ceremony, the bride wasn't originally sure if she wanted to wear a traditional red lengha or opt for a trendier pink or gold one. However, when she tried this lengha on she immediately fell in love and the look came together beautifully.