Although a slim cut gown, the spectacular lace gives this dress the illusion of volume and drama without being over the top.
The swiss dot pattern is so demure and sweet, but with the glitter added to the gown, it becomes perfect for a black tie affair.
Again, we see peach coming up, which is the perfect hue if you want to add some color without straying too far away from looking like a bride.
And the bride wore black. There is nothing subtle about this gown. Would you walk down the aisle in black? This much black? Its a beautiful dress and a statement for certain.
This short and sweet number is perfect for a town hall wedding or to slip on as the party gets going.
Black is back again in this Carolina Herrera number, but still is predominately white, making it easier to pull off down the aisle.
Venezuelan born Herrera undeniably took from her culture to deliver this beautiful line, full of twists.
The legendary design team Badgley Mischka reinforced their rock star bridal atelier status with this collection full of revamped silhouettes with some modern appointments. The one shoulder look was huge on ready-to-wear runways this past season but with the chiffon floral puff its is undeniably bridal.
This organza on the gown up top is a great addition to add volume without making you look wider on the bottom. It is light and airy and even just standing there, there looks like movement. Below is a fab dress if you need to cover your shoulders, but don’t want to come up short on style.
Reem Acra gets in on the peach movement with this draped gown. The structure on top is a nice contrast the more flowy, goddess like bottom.
The floral applique on top is something we saw a lot of on the bottom of gowns. Acra’s departure is refreshing and still pretty.
Both of these dresses are standouts in shape and texture. It definitely takes the floral trend to a whole other level.
Love the ric-rack print throughout the sheer. It looks like something you would see in someone’s home not the runway or the wedding aisle, but it works.
Jenny Packman was made famous when Elizabeth Hurley wore one of her creations on her special day. Since then she has become an integral part of the bridal community.
This sparkly number is a show stopper, ideal for the bride who likes to make a splash. All eyes will be on her and none of them will find her over the top.
The bottom of this dress…. no words. Well the whole dress is actually amazing, it is boudoir bridal couture.
Designer Elizabeth Fillmore had quite the showing of modern, romantic gowns drenched in lace with spots of color for excitement.
Temperley London debuted their bridal collection in time for Spring 2010, so needless to say this new line was much anticipated. Full of romantic charm and feminine touches it wouldn’t be too far off to say Termperley Bridal is here to stay.
Lela Rose gained notoriety when she designed First Daughter Jenna Bush’s bridesmaids dresses. Well, I don’t know if I could let such a talented designer set my bridesmaids up to look so fantastic, without some insurance, which is just what her bridal line is. Insurance that’s good as your girls will look, you’ll look ten times better.
We hope you’ve seen how interpreting the trends into something that works for you and won’t produce cringe worthy photos in the years to come is easy and fun. As it is the wedding season we will continue to post on new and newsworthy wedding topics, however there are somethings that always apply. To read about our ultimate Well Appointed House wedding registry guide, click here. On our new and improved site you are able to send the link to your wishlist to all your gifts to ensure every bride gets exactly what they need (and want) to start their new married lives! Don’t forget to follow The Well Appointed House blog to stay in the loop.