All New Bridal Designs To Look Forward To!

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From new editorials and wedding gowns making an emergence to the new decoration trends that are dominating the wedding scene as well, there is a lot changing and happening in the bridal world this year. Especially given everything that happened last year, it’s nice to also take a moment and recognise how wedding culture has changed and what has been prioritised amidst the pandemic. We’ve listed below all the new trends and fashions that we think are sweeping the year with the trendiest outlook and style for all the soon to be newlyweds and brides out there. 

Keeping It Short And Sweet 

The Wedding Shop

Now that the nature of most weddings has changed and people are beginning to opt more for smaller and more casual events for weddings rather than going all out with a huge guest list and vendors from all across the country, the overall dress code for the wedding changed as well. Even for the bride over the top heavy ballgown as glamorous and gorgeous as it might be, sometimes it's not necessary when thinking of the timing and the overall style of the wedding. 

This is why short wedding gowns are a huge thing now, especially when they play with the overall way the dress is cut and the décolletage. Not only are they great for showing off your shoes, they are also a great way to show off some extra personality, and you can play around with the cuts and style as you please. Whether you decide to go super simple with adorned sleeves or go sleeveless and patterned, there is a variety of things to consider with this style of gown. 

Read more: Wedding Dresses Featuring Statement Sleeves

Rough It Up With Ruffles 

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An overall all great way to add texture is to add ruffles, it gives dimension to your gown and can work in any way, shape, or form. Whether you choose to add ruffles to your sleeves, to your neckline, or make your skirt ruffled, there is a lot of ways to incorporate ruffles throughout your wedding gown designs, and you can downscale or upscale based on how fancy you would like it. 

A more maximalist approach to bridal gown design it’s ideal for those who want to make a statement and look great while doing so. You can also add ruffles as a design element instead of just a fabric addition, it’s all about how creative you want your gown to look. 

 

Off With The Shoulders 

Malton Bridal

 

Although this has been a trend for a few years, the off-shoulder look continues to be a huge success because it just keeps things looking feminine and slimmed. Did we also mention it looks so good with a variety of different wedding gown styles as well? We can’t see this going out of style anytime soon. 

 

From new editorials and wedding gowns making an emergence to the new decoration trends that are dominating the wedding scene as well, there is a lot changing and happening in the bridal world this year. Especially given everything that happened last year, it’s nice to also take a moment and recognise how wedding culture has changed and what has been prioritised amidst the pandemic. We’ve listed below all the new trends and fashions that we think are sweeping the year with the trendiest outlook and style for all the soon to be newlyweds and brides out there. 

Keeping It Short And Sweet 

The Wedding Shop

Now that the nature of most weddings has changed and people are beginning to opt more for smaller and more casual events for weddings rather than going all out with a huge guest list and vendors from all across the country, the overall dress code for the wedding changed as well. Even for the bride over the top heavy ballgown as glamorous and gorgeous as it might be, sometimes it's not necessary when thinking of the timing and the overall style of the wedding. 

This is why short wedding gowns are a huge thing now, especially when they play with the overall way the dress is cut and the décolletage. Not only are they great for showing off your shoes, they are also a great way to show off some extra personality, and you can play around with the cuts and style as you please. Whether you decide to go super simple with adorned sleeves or go sleeveless and patterned, there is a variety of things to consider with this style of gown. 

Read more: Wedding Dresses Featuring Statement Sleeves

Rough It Up With Ruffles