We at The Wedding Company totally relate to the fact that often-time, young women dream about their fairy tale wedding. You imagine how high the cake will be, what colour scheme you would use, the friends to would choose as bridesmaids, but most of all as young dreamers you fantasize about that dress. Yes, you cannot deny it!
Most girls have always wanted the traditional fairytale princess wedding dress. Today brides all over the world are stepping out in style, wearing daring sexy, funky yet elegant wedding dresses. We think this is fantastic! Everybody knows that you can see a person’s personality by what they wear, so what better way of bringing a piece of you into your wedding but to rock the dress of your choice.
Admit it, you love it don’t you? Who wouldn’t? this is classic chic at its finest. Some of the worlds well known bridal designers are embracing this new culture. The dress on the left is a Vera Wan 2013 fall collection, and the dress on the right is a Krikor Jabotain from the spring 2013 collection. Both dresses are clearly an acquired taste, yet tastefully designed in its own right.
Some brides to be are more daring in the sexy department. This is the day that your groom will look at you and say to himself, this is the women I will spend the rest of my life with’ so why not take that bold step and wear a gorgeous backless wedding dress. The backless wedding dress is delicate and subtle choice to show off your curves and still look elegant.
The Temperley Bridal Iris Collection for 2014/15 is the perfect example of the new age bride. This collection introduces new styles and shapes, all silhouettes that celebrate the female form. Iris really pushes the barrier all the designs are characterised by meticulous craftsmanship, fine hand embroidery, beautiful beadwork and delicate laces, iris doesn’t stop at dresses, take a look at some of the latest designs.
Do you dare to break the mould and wear something a little bit more fashion forward? Allot of brides are steering away from the traditional ballroom gown and indulging in shorter length wedding dresses. These gowns allow the brides to be more creative in their choice of shoes. This makes things interesting in the fashion scene and for designers to get creative with their imaginations.
Who said colour is just for your bridesmaids? Coloured wedding dresses are becoming much admired. Last year Jessica Biel, Anne Hathaway and Margherita Missoni defied tradition to wear pink gowns on their respective wedding days. Clearly Vera Wang, who has long pushed the envelope with her bridal collections, took notice. This dress is from Vera Wang’s fall 2014 line up.
Some brides break all traditions and stand out on their big day in a dress that is truly unique by wearing the colour of their choice. I’m not talking a splash of blue or different coloured pair of shoes. A non-white wedding dress can incorporate designer dresses and evening or special occasion wear in to your shortlist of potential gowns, giving you much more choice.
One of the most exciting parts of planning your wedding is deciding what you will wear on the big day. Remember to take your mother, a trusted sister or friend with you for an honest opinion, but do not let them hold you back. This is 2013 and the term ‘wedding dress’ has a whole new meaning. Don’t be afraid to be different, and make sure the dress you choose is 100%you.