August 30, 2016 • Contributor: Caitlin Jolley
As the bride, you're the center of attention on your big day! You want to look flawless for the trip down the aisle and the photos you’ll cherish forever. Your wedding dress sets the tone for the whole day.
We want you to have the perfect dress, so we’ve partnered with Celia Grace to give away $1,500 toward a dress from celia-grace.com. This fair-trade dress manufacturer focuses on giving back to the community and the environment, perfect as more and more brides look for ways to spend money wisely and be eco-friendly. Enter to win here.
The perfect dress is a reflection of your personal style. Try one of these four swoon-worthy wedding dress trends for modern brides!
- Delicate Details
Thank the stunning Kate Middleton for making lace feel modern and lovely, not something your grandma would wear! One of our favorite wedding dress trends is embracing delicate feminine details. Try something sweet and soft from lace to bows and even flowers. Like this stunning Teresa dress with illusion lace and tie-back bow from Celia Grace.
- Think Pink
If you don’t want to wear traditional white but still want to feel feminine, then petal pink may be the perfect look for you! A nontraditional color for your wedding dress is a bold choice you can carry throughout your wedding. Try something with some drama like this open-back silk crepe dress with feminine cascading ruffles.
- Polished with Pockets
A clutch can be great for bridal photos, but when it comes to the big day you’ll want to have your hands free to greet guests, to lock fingers with your love, and for all those champagne toasts! That’s why we love a dress that has pretty pockets like the Rachel dress from Celia Grace.
- Short and Stylish
If cathedral trains and ball-gown skirts aren’t your style, opt for something short and sweet. More and more brides are choosing short and tea-length gowns to show off their legs or bright-colored heels. If you’re looking for something fun and flirty, try something with a high-low hem like the Florence from Celia Grace.
Would you try one of these bridal trends? Tell us in the comments!