Art Nouveau inspired the intricate embroidery on this sleeveless sheath silhouette by Claire Pettibone. Layers of organza and an eye-catching open back paired with the romanic, artful pattern and intricate edging make this gown pure magic.
The Lela Rose spring 2018 collection is all about classic beauty. Clean lines and time-honored fabrics give way to gentle, whimsical details. "The Notting Hill" is a perfect example of this with its crepe sheath's crisp lines and the illusion back displaying floral appliqué, which peaks around the shoulders. We love the understated whimsy paired with timeless lines.
The Callahan wedding gown hails from Leanne Marshall's Spring/Summer 2018 Signature collection. The guipure lace illusion bodice is an absolute show stopper and we love the ivory silk chiffon A-line skirt. A modern bride can find all the magic she needs inside this silhouette.
Alexandra Grecco's Phoenix wedding gown is a knock-out. The luminous beadwork and long, flowing sleeves add a look of refinement while the plunging neckline, sheer side cutouts, and sassy thigh high slit make it a modern, bold bride's dream come true. It is available in off white, shown here, or dove grey if you want to mix it up.
Champagne watercolor tulle billows effortlessly around a gathered, fitted, and structured bodice with opal paillettes shimmering at the back while a pearlescent jeweled belt acentuates the waist. The soft tulle sleeves gently hug the arm effortlessly and are the perfect accent. Elizabeth Dye's Freya wedding gown is it for a fairy queen so we suggest adding a crown.
New Zealand-based, Rue de Seine does it again with their Love Spell collection. Epic fabrics and completely unique silhouettes define a group of gowns so gorgeous you can't look away. Blake stands out with her cotton crochet lace and fitted slhouette. The open back and arm bands, both trimmed in tassels, are awe-inspiring.
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.