Monique Lhuillier “Mayfair” gown, available at I Do Bridal Couture.

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Two Looks in One

Whether it’s a removable topper or an overskirt, brides are looking for dresses that have a little versatility. “Brides want to be able to have multiple looks for different parts of their wedding days,” I Do Bridal Couture owner Ramsey Sims says.

This allows brides to be modest for their ceremonies and change it up for the reception to something a little more fun without having to change out of their gowns completely.

Monique Lhuillier “Elodie” gown, available at I Do Bridal Couture


As is suggested by 2024-2025 inRegister Weddings cover bride Sarah Beth Saffell Fronterhouse, lace is a trend that is still going strong. “There are so many kinds of lace that it allows brides to find a pattern that feels special to them,” Sims says. “Monique Lhuillier is known for her laces, and lately, we have been seeing 3D laces enter the mix.”