4 Wedding Dress Trends To Love with David’s Bridal
Never in my wildest dreams, would I have imagined I would see as many wedding dresses as I have over the years. Trends come and go, but very few are as welcome to stay as these ones we’re sharing today. For over 60 years, David’s Bridal has been a synonym for wedding dresses, and this season, they’re sharing 4 Wedding Dress Trends from their 2018 David’s Bridal Collection that’s full of stunning moments. Better yet – they are ALL under $900!
Wedding Dress Trend #1: Clean aesthetic, minimal embellishments with focus on fit and tailoring
With over 300 locations across the United States, Puerto Rico, Canada and even the United Kingdom, you can easily shop online or in-store, making a visit in-store all the more convenient when it’s time for fittings. They offer in-house alterations too, so you don’t have to schlep your gown to another place just to get it tailored.
You probably know this, but this household name also carries everything to complete your look from head to toe, from shoes and veils to handbags and jewelry. David’s Bridal has, for decades, been the unicorn where design meets budget, and looking at their new wedding dresses, it’s easy to see why.
Wedding Dress Trend #2: Statement skirts: soft ball gowns, collapsed ruffles, mile-high slits
Sheer Lace and Tulle Ball Gown Wedding Dress, Style WG3861, $899
Delightfully alluring, the lace-appliqued, semi-sheer bodice of this airy tulle ball gown creates a delicate look for brides who take their romance with a side of daring.
Lace-Appliqued Tulle A-Line Wedding Dress, Style WG3862, $799
A straight neckline gives this strapless A-line wedding dress a classic profile from the start. Lace appliques trail from the bodice, past the slim grosgrain waistband, and onto the airy, godet-inset skirt. Clear sequins are scattered to subtly catch the light.
Wedding Dress Trend #3: 3D floral applique
Lace Appliqued Stretch Crepe Sheath Wedding Dress, Style WG3874, $599
This chic stretch-crepe sheath wedding gown features airy illusion tank straps, beautifully beaded lace appliques, and a modern slit skirt.
Lace Appliqued Tulle Tea-Length Wedding Dress, Style WG3876, $499
Shimmering with sequined appliques and adorned with layers of tulle, this tea-length wedding dress was made for the kind of celebration were dancing is mandatory.
Wedding Dress Trend #4: Lace and illusion insets
Mikado and Tulle V-Neck Ball Gown Wedding Dress, Style WG3877, $799
This V-neck ball gown is topped with beaded lace appliques on the Mikado bodice and tulle skirt, and a few are even tucked into the skirt’s underlayer for extra detail and dimension. A grosgrain waistband and illusion insets at the sides provide beautiful finishing touches.
High-Neck Mikado Ball Gown Wedding Dress, Style WG3879, $549
With clean lines and a simple silhouette, this Mikado ball gown is for the bride who wants to make an elegant statement. The seamed, high-neck bodice leads to a keyhole back. Covered buttons accent the back seam from waist to train, and sheer tulle insets on the sides provide subtle detail to the otherwise unembellished bodice.
David’s Bridal Wedding Dress Collection ranges from $349 to $899, and they all come in sizes from 0-26, so there truly is something for everyone. And we’re most certainly not hating these prices. With the savings, you can easily splurge on something else for your wedding – or honeymoon. Visit David’s Bridal at your closest location and make an appointment to see all of these beauts in person!