Emily Riggs Bridal is one of our all-time favorite designers. The gowns are unique, magical, romantic, and truly one-of-a-kind. The textures and colors never cease to amaze us, and the Genova gown is no exception. The silhouette features a plunging V in both the front and back, long fish tail train, and scalloped hem, all in watercolor lace in blue and blush. Dreamy. Quite possibly the best part about this gown? It is handmade in Portland, Oregon.
Simple in structure, yet ornate with its abstract rose embroidery, this nude-lined sheath wedding gown is wildy romantic. This comes as no surprise since any Grace Loves Lace gown basically has our heart. We love Rosa's fitted silhouette and fresh ivory tone, and how the oversized stencil rose embroidery is complemented by a layer of geometric lace, bringing texture to the pattern. The v-back drops into an almost-three foot train with an edge that follows the rose pattern, and a conceled finger loop. Rosa is extremely limited and handmade to order.
The Empress Collection from Odylyne the Ceremony is the defination of dreamy. Designed and hand-sewn for the spirited bride, these bridal gowns embody the ethereal and spritual essense of marriage. The Delfina Gown features a hand-beaded bodice, three-quarter bell sleeve, and dramatic mermaid skirt with a sweeping train. The back fo the gown scoops low and is finished with an elegant tie.
This gown's delicate scalloped sweetheart neckline andunique lace sleeves are just the beginning of why we love the unique bodice with it's nude, boned underlay. The waistline drops into a silk chiffon, full A-line skirt with a gentle, yet elegant train. The silhouette is sophisticated and distinct, classic and clean. Made in NYC, each Leanne Marshall gown seems to be marked by a fresh, crisp line and simple grace.
The floral applique details on Catherine Langlois's Leila gown are something to write home about. The designer's fresh 2017 Morning Sky collection is all sorts of dreamy. Whimsical silhouettes made of willowly fabrics and handcrafted details make each gown stand apart from the last. The Leila caught our eye with its sultry fitted skirt and unique, multi-hued tulle. The buttons up the back paired with the elegant lace details on the straps make our hearts skip a beat.
We can always count on Grace Loves Lace to showcase magical gowns. We are swooning over this flattering and fit Inca dress made with French and Japanese lace. The low elegant statement back is paired with a straight boat neck and a delicate full lace sleeve. This ivory-colored contemporary gown is simply romantic.
Attention, all future boho brides! We are head over heals for this '70s-style hippie gown by Daughters of Simone. A unique keyhole neckline and long sleeves with exquisite detail from shoulder to wrist make this gown one to put at the top of your boho list. The Abbott also features a fully exposed back with the front fitted and a cascading skirt that features a rounded train with eyelash lace and a scalloped trim. Absolutely magical!
Fully embroidered in silver glass beads in an art-deco geomatic fashion, the “Tales of the Jazz Age” Katharina gown from Galia Lahav has us drooling. The gorgeous front lace detail and V-shaped back give this flirtatious statuesque dress a true jazz-age feel. With a fully embroidered train that drapes effortlessly on to the ground, this gown is one that is sure to turn heads on the big day.