7 Bridal Trends You’ll Love

We all know that shopping for the perfect, modest wedding dress is the most fun (and most pressurized) part of planning your big day. So, whether you’re buying your modest wedding dress off the rack or designing your own custom, modest gown, here are seven bridal trends to inspire you as you create your perfect bridal look.

1. Two Piece Wedding Ensembles

Two piece wedding outfits can range from very traditional to more modern, but, however you wear it, there are distinct advantages to wearing a skirt and blouse combo. One of the biggest advantages is the ability to change into something more relaxed for the reception quickly and easily. Another advantage is that if you are long or short-waisted, a two piece ensemble allows for a very customized and comfortable fit.

Sasha Tznius Lace Tulle Modest Wedding Dress Sleeves

Our wedding dress “Sasha” looks like a traditional, one piece wedding dress, but is in actuality a lace top and tulle skirt

 

MacKenzie Rose Gold Sequin Ivory Tulle Modest Gown Sleeves Twirling

Our “McKenzie” ensemble is a more modern take on a wedding gown and one fun advantage is that after your big day you’ll have a party ready sequin top and lovely tulle skirt to add to your wardrobe!

 

2. Ombre Accents

Unlike some past bridal trends, ombre or (“dip dying”) is a trend that seems to have real staying power. Perhaps it’s the fact that every piece is one-of-a-kind or perhaps it’s that it can truly personalize a gown, but whatever the reason, it appears ombre is here to stay.

Pink Purple Ombre Wedding Dress Tulle Skirt

An ombre hem is a wonderful way to add drama to any bridal style, and can be made with one color gradation or two (as shown here in pink and purple)

 

Pink Ombre Wedding Petticoat Slip

An ombre petticoat is a great way to very subtly “rock” the ombre trend

 

Pink Ombre Two Tier Wedding Veil with Bouquet

If you’re looking for another subtle way to incorporate ombre into your bridal look, an ombre veil is the perfect choice!

 

3. Unexpected Touches of “Something Blue”

We all know the wedding rhyme, “Something Old, Something New, Something Borrowed, Something Blue” and for most brides, “Something Blue” is the hardest piece to incorporate. Our “Something Blue” bridal petticoat is the perfect way to add that “something blue” in a fun, yet discreet way.

Something Blue Blue Bridal Wedding Tulle Petticoat Slip

Our “Something Blue” petticoat comes in a range of beautiful blues, from periwinkle to cobalt

 

4. Two-Tone Wedding Gowns

We absolutely love the subtle interest that two-tone modest wedding gowns bring to any bridal look. Whether you’re pairing champagne with white or ivory and white, two-toned gowns are a great way to emphasize the gorgeous lace of your dress.

Anne Tznius Champagne White Lace Modest Wedding Dress Eiffel Tower Close Up

The contours of this gorgeous all-over lace are highlighted by the champagne lining of our “Anne” modest wedding dress

 

Alexandra Tznius Ivory & White Modest Wedding Dress with Sleeves

The gorgeous lace applique of our “Alexandra” modest wedding gown stands out beautifully against the ivory background of the bodice and asymmetrical tulle skirt

5. Rose Gold Accents

Ever since Apple released the iPhone in rose gold, this gorgeous metallic has popped up everywhere and we just can’t get enough of this absolutely gorgeous hue! Incorporate rose gold into your wedding ensemble anywhere from your shoes to your bridal jewelry.

Rose Gold Bridal Cuff

This gorgeous cuff by CrystalandPearlB is a simply stunning piece you’re sure to wear again and again after your big day!

 

Rose Gold Glitter Converse Chuck Taylors

Chuck Taylors are a perennial favorite amongst brides, and it’s easy to see why! Not only are they comfortable, they are iconic; and when they are available in colors like glitter rose gold, what bride could refuse?

 

6. Bridal Headpieces

With this year’s royal wedding, bridal headpieces are bigger than ever! Add a regal touch to your big day with one of our many vintage inspired bridal headpieces, and you’ll be looking like the princess you are in no time!

Meghan Markle's Veil and Tiara

Meghan’s gorgeous tiara has us swooning for bridal headpieces more than ever!

 

Katrina Art Nouveau Bridal Headpiece with Ribbon Ties

Our bridal headpiece Katrina is inspired by the grace of Art Nouveau and is sure to add an elegant touch to your big day!

7. Wedding Shoe Decals

Nothing makes a wedding truly your own like unexpected personalized touches. There are many ways to personalize a wedding look, but wedding shoes decals are some of the most fun and inexpensive!

I Do Personalized Wedding Shoes

These whimsical decals are sure to add a personal touch to your wedding and are a steal at only $4.01!

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