Fashion shows are fun, of course, but if you want to see a wedding dress come to life, you need to see it on a real bride. Maybe it’s the post-engagement glow or the giddy “Is THIS my wedding dress?!” anticipation, but as far as we’re concerned, it’s the bride who makes the wedding gown. So rather than show you the photos from designer Pnina Tornai’s latest bridal collection, we plucked the gowns straight from last week’s runway show and asked a real bride—Instagram fitness sensation Anna Victoria—to step into them in New York City’s famed Kleinfeld bridal salon. (It was her first time trying on wedding dresses—and her mom and one of her sisters joined us!) (more…)
We love Justin Alexander Bridal for classic and refined styles that are simply timeless. For the latest collection they’ve amped up the glam with gorgeous details taking center stage. For the Spring/Summer 2019 season, elements of Art Deco and the Roaring Twenties are interpreted into intricate bead work adorning the bodices, with crisp silhouettes and unique patterns adding a contemporary touch. (more…)
This could be our most favorite Lavish by Yaniv Persy collection to date. Why? Because it features possibly some of the dreamiest creations by Yaniv Persy ever. “Blossom – Fleur” was inspired by the “symbiosis between The Flora and Fauna, the beginning of spring when the snow melts and all the living creatures begin a new cycle” and features the delicate laces and gorgeous hand made embroideries. Here, Persy’s modern detailing — accented in cream, powder and metallic shades — are tempered with timeless silhouettes (with a twist!) in silk, chiffon and tulle, creating modern looks for the bride who is a traditional romantic at heart. (more…)
Dripping in romance and exquisite details, Naama & Anat’s “Dancing Up the Aisle” bridal collection’s got us twirling in delight. The draping of pearls, the ethereal tulle layers, and oh, the gorgeous lace… love, love, love! The gowns feature names inspired by dance, like flamenco, cha cha, pasadoble, and they are as pretty as you’d imagine. Step, tap and tango this way…
Not all the Wedding Dresses must be like a ballgown with chapel train and lots of silk, satin and organza. Modest Wedding Dresses with sleeves can solve your problem of what to wear on celebration. Lace, cap, short, long, 3/4 sleeves are suitable even for summer weddings. Simple and elegant dress can make you a beautifaul bride ever. Feel your heart and make the right choose with us.