Bridal season is coming soon and if you’re one of the lucky gals bound to tie the knot soon, I’m pretty sure that you’re now on the lookout for all things pretty and trendy to incorporate in your wedding. While the venue and the overall theme of your big day may seem like one of the biggest deals that you need to take care of, there’s something much more important than that: your look. On your big day, you’ll want to be the most beautiful woman on earth. Here are a few spring bridal trends to look out for.
- Home away from home – with so many young professionals moving out of their hometowns and starting new lives in different cities, having something that reminds brides of home injected in their wedding looks is going to be a big trend for weddings this year. It could be something as small and subtle as a brooch from grandma or a bouquet with flowers unique to your hometown or something bigger and bolder like a revamped wedding dress from mom’s own wedding.
- 3D florals – forget about floral prints and floral-patterned lace. This year, 3D florals are going to take center stage. If you want to create a more romantic look for your big day, try adding a few 3D floral appliqués to your look.
- Feathers – you don’t have to be a Boho girl to appreciate the soft and flirty look that feathers are so great at adding to any outfit and this year, feathers are making it to the bigger fashion picture as it is one of the hottest up and coming spring bridal trends. Add a whimsical vibe to your bridal look by incorporating feathers. You can opt for a full-on feather skirt or go for just a touch for a subtler barely-there feel.
- Keyhole necklines – not a fan of ultra sexy wedding gowns? How about adding just a teasing touch of sexy to your look for the big day? A keyhole neckline is the perfect way to show just a sliver of skin without losing the modest vibe of your outfit.
- Pants – shopping for a wedding dress but can’t find something that you like? How about going for something more contemporary like, say, a pair of pants and a suit? This spring, expect to see just as much pairs of pants on the wedding aisles as skirts and dresses. If you’re afraid of looking just as dapper as your groom, you can also soften up your look by adding elements of girliness and opting for softer lines and a less streamlined silhouette.