2018 Spring Wedding Gown Review: What's Hot
Dreaming of a Spring wedding? You're not alone! Spring is a popular time to get married for a reason. The sun is shining, the flowers are lush, the grass is verdant, and love is in the air.
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Spring 2018 featured natural elements everywhere-from subtle vine patterns to three-dimensional butterflies. Carol Hannah's take on the spring botanical trend features ethereal gilded butterflies cascading from opulent Italian organza.
Subtly Beaded Florals
Beaded florals combine two favorite bridal trends into one party-ready gown. Jenny Yoo's "Jackie" ballgown will take you from an afternoon outdoor garden wedding to an evening candlelit reception in gorgeous style.
The wedding industry is abuzz with the news of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's royal wedding on May 19, 2018. Even if you're not to the manor born, you, too, can feel like royalty on your special day with a jaw-dropping dramatic train.
Rebecca Ingram's Darlene lace bodice gown can be worn unadorned or paired with a sheer off-the-shoulder lace jacket for more coverage. Either way, the gown's lace detailing is romantic and on-trend for spring.
Soft shades of blush and other pastels were all over the Spring 2018 bridal runways. Maggie Sotera's stunning blush Serencia gown is pure glamour.
Formal becomes modern when you add a touch of black to traditional white. Black details on white gowns are hot this Spring season. A pop of black detailing, such as a slim black belt or bow, would be perfectly posh at a black-tie affair.
Sheer capes and capelets were strongly featured on Spring runways. Fashion forward brides may embrace this whimsical accessory to customize their one-of-a-kind bridal look.