Bridal Gown Trends for Fall 2011 to Spring 2012!

Fall 2011 Bridal Gown Trends:

  • Flower accents
  • One shoulder gowns
  • Empire waist
  • Refined and ladylike gowns
  • Minimalist accents
  • Full ball gowns with tight bodice
  • Tea length gowns
  • Mini and super mini gowns
  • Vintage lace gowns with ornate details
  • Trumpet style gowns
  • Sweetheart necklines
  • Tiny spaghetti straps
  • Accent on the waistline: flower, belt or bow
  • Subtle designs
  • Translucent layers
  • Unembellished skirts
  • “Natural waist” defined

Winter & Spring 2012 Bridal Gown Trends:

  • Asymmetric one shoulder gowns with or without embellishment
  • Short dresses
  • Boat-neck/square necklines
  • Translucent & sheer tulle necklines
  • Tulle ball gowns with tight bodices
  • Organza ruffles
  • Chantilly lace
  • Empire waist gowns
  • Large flower accents (organza, tulle, or chiffon)
  • Sweetheart necklines
  • V necklines
  • Beaded sheath gowns
  • Translucent lace
  • Belts in bows and knots (black or neutral colors)
  • Embellished skirts
  • 3-D flowers
  • Pleated organza
  • Simple bodices
  • Tiered skirts with volume and beading on the tiers
  • Halter lace gowns
  • Bolero jackets
  • Colorful gowns: blush, pale pink & pastel greens & blues
  • Cap sleeves
  • Crinkle chiffon ball gowns
  • Feather accents on sleeves, skirts & bodices
  • Black accents: beading, floral & lace embroidery & belts
  • Flutter sleeves
  • Dramatic and high style gowns

About Trends To Traditions

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