It is often said that spring is one of the best seasons to get married. After all, the blooming flowers around you can represent the lifelong journey you are about to embark with your significant other.
But enough of the romantic chit-chat, the bottom line of a spring wedding is to look like the blushing bride you deserve to be. Get the best look for your big day with these popular spring wedding trends.
No Color is Off the Table
In the olden days, women believed that white (and its related colors) are the appropriate hues for a nuptial. But with the changing times and evolving beliefs, virtually any color has been included in this year’s spring wedding trends. Simply put, no color is off the table. You can pick a lavender wedding gown and get away with it. It’s your wedding day, after all!
Think Out of the Box
Before, most wedding dresses were plain in design. You can say that the gown was ‘over the top’ if it had jewels and embellishments sewn into it. But if you want to pursue truly unique spring wedding trends, then you better think out of the box. After all, printed wedding dresses are all the rage this spring. A watercolor-effect dress, such as that of Naeem Khan’s spring collection, is a perfect example for ladies who want to make a difference on their wedding days.
Floral designs have long been parts of nuptial attires. But because flowers symbolize the season, floral appliques are must-haves for this year’s spring wedding trends. Get an ethereal and opulent look by populating your lovely wedding dress with delicate floral appliques.
Linger in Lace
For the longest time, lace wedding gowns have been reserved for fall and winter nuptials. But with the ever-changing bridal trends, lace dresses have become the biggest spring wedding trends of today.
If you are planning on marrying in a warmer weather or an ‘informal’ location, then go with lighter and livelier designs. After all, the perfect lace wedding dress can add a dash of whimsy to your fairytale garden (or beach) wedding.
Wing it with an Unstructured Dress
Most brides opt for snug, form-fitting wedding dresses. But if you are one who does not swim with the usual spring wedding trends, then go for an unstructured dress. This loose, unrestricted gown is your best choice for garden or beach weddings because of its ‘informal’ vibe. Most importantly, you can eat what you want in this gown – no buttons will pop out (GUARANTEED!) should you decide to pig your way through the buffet table.