Cherish Bridal Spring 2016 Wedding Gowns

69113-0115_jacket-mainNew wedding gown trends are being explored by many designers for their Spring 2016 collections, when we will see designs which have a focus on creating exquisite layers and adding more dimension to gowns in styles that will appeal to classic, romantic and modern brides alike – you will love them!

We will still be seeing floral lace and intricate beaded applique work, but constructed to really stand out as a three dimensional embellishment. Sheer skirts, full-on illusion bodices and overlays will also feature, playing on much loved silhouettes and creating the illusion of different shapes.

Brides looking for something more daring than a traditional wedding gown will find some seriously sexy looks amongst the new designs with beautifully sensual fabrics in some of the design collections.

PLYMOUTH-OPULENCE-HIRES-2016-460x651Classic vintage tailoring will still be in evidence and designers such as Veni Infantino from Ronald Joyce have introduced stunning silk mikado in to their elegant creations. Unmistakeably feminine, Veni Infantino make beautiful wedding gowns with a refined simplicity using precious and researched fabrics so that the bride looks unique, stunning and sophisticated.

Coloured gowns will be much sought after in 2016 with colours such as pink, blush, champagne, gold silver and blue being created in a myriad of exceptional fabrics. Opulence Bridal have created beautiful gowns with coloured floral embroidered details and stunning pink tulles, a must have for any bride looking for something different.

Designers will also be playing with soft details to create extra movement and fluidity in their designs, with feathers to accentuate hemlines and waists, and wave details with swirling patterns taking the place of heavier brocade fabrics and floral designs. Look out for tiered skirts which are making a comeback with layers of flowing tulle, silk and organza used for gorgeous gowns in many of the 2016 new wedding gown collections.

This is a guest post by Cherish Bridal tel 01606 351900

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