Bridal trends tend to stay consistent every year, but a few definitely stand out more than others! This year, we have a few favorite trends that struck our fancy.
Regiss Bridal Showroom offers a beautiful selection of wedding gowns that range from classic silhouettes to funky trends. We have compiled some of our predictions of which ones we think this season’s brides will love!
The two piece trend has been around for quite some time now in Prom and Homecoming collections! We are starting to see it in the casual and destination bridal gowns and we absolutely love it! This Sherri Hill dress is far from traditional and oh-so modern and chic… one of our favorites!
Modern brides are all about something different, and a new colored dress is definitely making an appearance in their bridal gown browsing! Without straying too far from the classic white dress, this new trend is a less rebellious way to add a little color to your wedding day!
Beading and small details on wedding gowns is an age-old trait for brides but we are seeing a great deal of designs with this beautiful intricate beading! This Jasmine dress is far from ordinary and has beautiful details that will sparkle with every step.
Ruffles are always a good idea, so why has it taken this long to get these extravagant ones on to the bridal gowns? We love a good mermaid silhouette, and the ruffle detail on this Allure design adds that extra oompf!
This is one of the most beautiful details that has been commonly used in modern bridal designs. With the illusion neckline created with mesh, the lace has a much more delicate look and can be carried all the way down the sleeve.
This modern ballgown silhouette looks marvelous with its simplistic fabrication and skirt. The bodice hugs the small of your waist and has a sweetheart neckline that is so-very flattering! The skirt is kept full, yet minimal with its subtle ruffle detail!
Browse these styles and many more at Regiss online or book an appointment at one of our bridal showrooms in Owensboro, Louisville, or Glasgow, Kentucky!