Runway bride: Top bridal gown trends

Tulle New York “Genevieve,” I Do Bridal Couture. Photo courtesy Tulle New York.

Couture details were once only for those lucky brides with insider access to designer showrooms in Manhattan or Milan, but dress lines now offer a myriad of custom options and embellishments to personalize your big-day attire. Here are a few of our favorite bridal gown trends for this year.


Bigger is better with puff sleeves that make a statement

Off-shoulder embossed jacquard cape
Anne Barge “Griffin”
I Do Bridal Couture

Stretch crepe with bishop sleeves and lace cuffs
Maggie Sottero “Aberdeen”
Blush Bridal Salon

Tulle over Chantilly lace with detachable pouf sleeves
Mori Lee “Abigail”
Bridal Boutique


Make like Meghan with a minimalistic, clean-lined silhouette

Crepe long sleeve with sheer back
Justin Alexander #88133

Silk shantung with one shoulder strap
Tulle New York “Genevieve”
I Do Bridal Couture

Pearlescent satin with detachable train
Allure Bridals #9753
Blush Bridal Salon


Pretty petals give an ethereal look to fresh designs

A-line with embroidered lace and tulle
Demetrios #1032
Bridal Boutique

Tulle jewel neck with appliquéd faille florals
Amsale “Imogen”
I Do Bridal Couture

3D petals on tulle
Lillian West #66117

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