Brides to be are always dreaming about their wedding dress and the day they will enter their wedding venue and have all eyes on them! Every bride dreams of herself as a beautiful and unique bride, of course wearing the most beautiful and luxurious wedding dress.
You should start looking for your wedding dress once you get engaged and start planning your wedding, but before you go out to different bridal shops and boutiques you should look at some bridal collections for some ideas and inspiration and even if you want to buy a dress from one of those designer collections remember that keeping up with their latest releases is a great way to know what you want and which fashion designer you prefer.
For brides who love fashion, luxury, and glamorous details, then luxury wedding dress collections by the most popular fashion designers is something you should look for! Many bridal designers have affordable wedding dresses but they also have luxurious and haute couture bridal collections. Remember if you are a bride who loves simple dresses there are plenty of simple dresses that are still considered luxurious and high end, so if you are getting married soon you can check out the latest luxury wedding dresses collections and browse through the most unique wedding gowns.
We are always bringing you the latest bridal fashion collections and keeping you up to date with your favorite designer's latest collections, so browse all the different luxury wedding gowns by famous bridal fashion designers and take a look at the luxury wedding dress collections we have for you and choose your favorite wedding dress.
Tony Ward created a bride for his inspiration called "Felicity", "It’s Felicity’s big day. She’s happy...She’s nervous...She’s excited! Her gown is full of festive sparkles & joyful lace. She wants a twist. Should she go for feathers? Or ruffles? She puts on an ethereal cape and steps in. Her heart is beating fast, here comes the bride."
Felicity, the state of feeling that inspired Tony Ward for his La Mariée Fall 2020 collection, presented in New York during Bridal Week.
He played with shimmering fabrics and bright detailing, ranging from pure white to golden hues. Tony Ward pictured the bride that enjoys a fitted waist and cathedral train or the one that goes for the sheath silhouette with a detachable overskirt. The one that prefers a fully embellished neckline, or the one that finds happiness in a long-sleeved lace gown.
Zuhair Murad was inspired by Spanish weddings, matadors, and flamenco dancers for his 2020 bridal collection! This collection tells the story of Iberian culture. The elaborate beading and embroidery were based on the ornate embellishments of a bullfighter’s suit, and the needlework on a few dresses revealed outlines of tiny fans.
The collection features dramatic capes, a signature of Zuhair Murad’s, seemed inspired by a torero’s uniform, while cathedral-length mantillas and headbands festooned with oversize flowers might just set a trend for bridal veils and headpieces.
This Ines Di Santo bridal collection is titled ‘Under The Impression’ and it serves as a medium to the splendid Impressionist Art Movement, capturing the spirit of its magnificent transformation of color and texture, the shifting effect of light, and the magic of airy transparency.
The collection featured wedding dresses with corsets and trumpet designs, as well as ruffled peplum and hand-painted silk flowers. Many dresses also featured beautiful 3D floral beading.
This season, the Carolina Herrera bridal show was filled with great bunches of delicate baby’s breath, the perfect accent to Wes Gordon’s “romantic dream” of a collection, which was defined by its lightness.
The ethereality of the pieces in this lineup extended beyond aesthetics to the decidedly unstuffy construction of the garments. Rather than hide horsehair, a material typically used for stiffening skirts and creating volume, Gordon used it as a weightless decorative element. Boning was exposed in bodices as fragile as butterfly wings, and some hems were left unfused.
Elegance at Herrera is connected to restraint, and this season, the ultimate luxuries were in the hidden details. Upon closer inspection, for example, a tulle confectionery gown revealed a delightful secret: a lace base. Delicately embroidered camellias were veiled under transparent tulle on another model.
One of the cleaner silhouettes was a collared ivory dress sashed at the waist, which Gordon described as being “as Herrera as a dress possibly could be.”
Inspired by the unique and diverse experiences encountered while traveling, the Justin Alexander Signature Fall/winter 2020 collection begins with the spotlight shining on tailored sophistication and organically builds into a romantic and whimsical fantasy featuring 3D florals, feathers, soft petals, billowing sleeves, and ruffles.
Vera Wang created one exceptional bridal collection for the spring of 2020, the bridal gowns required so much handwork and detailing that Vera Wang said they’ll be a trip to reproduce.
The collection features wedding dresses with giant handmade roses pinned to one side while others have a big swath of tulle bunched at the hip, like a mini petticoat.
The Thank You Collection by Reem Acra for 2020 blends global inspirations, evoking wonder, excitement, and sophistication.
Reem Acra’s vision is transpired through the incorporation of cultural elements from around the world, highlighting both tradition and modernity. Drawing inspirations from East to West and everywhere in between, the visual impact of the collection brings together a festival of emotions. A focus within the collection is the headbands and accessories, each their own masterpiece. Full looks for a variety of guests, in shades of blush, beige, and navy are highlighted to compliment the bridal gowns.