NYBFW 2019 - Latest Bridal Trends

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Brides, you'll want to seat back and take notes for your upcoming wedding. Directly from New York, we're reporting the latest wedding trends for 2019 from New York Bridal Fashion Week that you'll want to know. 

Jenny Yoo F/W 2019

jenny yoo f/w 2019

Photo credits: @bridalmusings

Who else is loving the cape-train look that is dominating major runway shows this season? While some more dramatic than others, we love soft tulle capes like the ones we see in Jenny Yoo's Fall/Winter 2019 collection. It brings the dramatic without being overboard, staying true to the soft and romantic look that the designer is known for. Capes are a trend and we are all for it. 

Galia Lahav F/W 2019

galia lahav f/w 2019

Photo credits: @galialahav

YES, YES YES! We absolutely adore the pantsuit trend that is taking over the F/W 2019 bridal fashion show. Its is practical, so comfortable and suits the everyday modern bride. But not just any pantsuit, the trend in the runway shows have been very well fitted, so think pants that shows of your silhouette perfectly. We especially love the added skirt for a bride who wants both a pantsuit and a skirt (it's your day after all so you can have it all). The pantsuit trend is back and we predict that it'll be a huge trend next year. 

Lee Grebenau F/W 2019

lee grebenau f/w 2019

Photo credits: @bellabelleshoes

The Lee Grebenau Fall Winter 2019 Bridal Collection at Spina Bride was in one word: exquisite. It's evident that the designer took meticulous attention in ensuring signature couture craftsmanship and exquisite hand-sewn embroideries. The 3D-like embroidery trend is sure to be a major 2019 trend as seen throughout the entire collection. We love this trend as it adds another layer to a dress, creating a vision of high quality and excellence in craftsmanship.  

Pronovias F/W 2019

pronovias f/w 2019
Photo credits: @lisagooder
Pronovias is known for its careful attention to craftsmanship and construction to ensure exceptional fit, and this collection stays true to that. The fit will make any bride feel sexy and the design is glamorous, elegant, beautiful and sensual. The fashion-forward designs features see-through nude styles with delicate lace embroidery. This collection truly has wedding dresses that caters to any bride, and we love the nude styles that are elegant without being trashy. 

Ines Di Santo F/W 2019ines di santo f/w 2019

Photo credits: @gabriellehurwitz
We're calling it: Feathers and ruffles will be a big trend for Fall/Winter 2019! As seen on the Ines Di Santo runway, the designer brought back the Great Gatsby era of glamorous ruffles and feathers with a bang. We also love the pop of colors throughout the runway, with bold and daring black to soft and romantic mauve blush. Ines Di Santo does it again. 

Alexandra Grecco F/W 2019

Alexandra grecco f/w 2019
Photo credits: @bridalmusings
Alexandra Grecco brought elegance and whimsical to the bridal fashion show. The green ivory and floral backdrop gave the perfect canvas to showcase their exquisite, romantic and whimsical designs. Featuring classic cuts, they celebrated a woman's body by creating designs that look good for any body type. No bride should ever feel like they are only limited to certain designs. Alexandra Grecco proves and celebrates that all brides should be able to choose any design they fall in love with, and we are all for that. 

Watters F/W 2019

watters f/w 2019
Photo credits: @rosemary_leger
Pearls for days! We love seeing pearl details on the bridal runway. It's elegant, romantic, timeless and chic. Watters does the trend right adding pearl embroidery into its designs, making the dress have a 3D element. We absolutely adore it and love that the pearl trend is coming back in full force. 

Vera Wang F/W 2019

vera wang f/w 2019
Photo credits: sar_schreiber 
Vera Wang combines gold and ivory colors into its exquisite pieces for the F/W 2019 collection. We love seeing designers braving colors into their designs this season, and Vera Wang proves that colors, gold especially, is very wedding appropriate. In fact, gold and ivory elevates a piece beyond a traditional wedding dress into almost an Edwardian era piece. It allows the bride to feel like a bride while also being extremely fahsion forward. 

Berta F/W 2019

berta fw 2019 bridal collection
Photo credits: @lisagooder
Berta was spectacular in sparkles and lace, proving that next year will see the trend move into glittering Cinderella-worthy wedding gowns that won't need any help from the Kira Kira app. Delicate and romantic lace details were also seen everywhere in the Berta Bridal runaway. We for one are all for the lace trends as they are easy to wear, comfortable and chic. 

Elie Saab F/W 2019

elie saab fw 2019 Photo credits: @gabriellehurwitz
Elie Saab saw a mix of modern lace details mix with old world regal charm. We love the regal lace elements that Elie Saab created in their bridal gowns, ensuring that regal will coming back in full force. The popularity of royal weddings such as Meghan Markle's proved that regality is an element every modern bride would love to have, we are calling regal lace details as the next big trend for F/W 2019. 

Rime Arodaky F/W 2019

rime arodaky f/w 2019
 Photo credits: @gabriellehurwitz
We fell in love instantly with Rime Arodaky's F/W Bridal collection. Inspired by the softness, femininity and elegance of dance and ballet, the designer created pieces that combined all three elements using light and airy tulle and delicate floral embroidery. Imagine your first dance in pieces inspired from this collection, it's perfect and will instantly transform you into the ballerina you've always dreamed of being. 

Theia Couture F/W 2019

Theia couture f/w 2019
Photo credits: @shelley_brown_
Theia Couture saw modern and elegant clean lines for their designer pieces. Simplicity ruled the runway with pieces that allowed the elegant design to flow through without over-powering the whole look. These dresses are meant for brides to wear the dress and not let the dress wear them. We say that the Duchess of Sussex's wedding dress choice allowed modern, simple and elegant pieces to take center stage next year, and we're all for it. 

 Reem Acra F/W 2019

reem acra f/w 2019
Photo credits: @shelley_brown_
Reem Acra F/W 2019 collection brought heavenly bodies fashion into the bridal market. Following the MET Gala 2018 theme of "Heavenly Bodies: Fashion and the Catholic Imagination", the designer created pieces than transcended beyond worldly bridal pieces into something that almost pays homage to religion. But it's nothing traditional, instead, the designer made sure to include modern elements like low cuts and off shoulder trends to balance the lace embroidered veils and gowns. 

Romona Keveza F/W 2019

romona keveza f/w 2019
Photo credits: Romona Keveza
Re-emphasizing the trend, elegant and modern clean cut lines, Romona Keveza's pieces also incorporated soft tulles to perfectly describe the term: modern romantics. Perfect for brides who don't want the floral frills or lace details, these designs are timeless, elegant and will never go out of style. The modern romantic trend is easy to wear and will fit any bride with any personality. 

Lela Rose F/W 2019

lela rose f/w 2019 Photo credits: @sar_schreiber
Lela Rose is always known for it's romantic lace details and this season sees the same selling point. Why fix something that isn't broken? Romantic and floral lace details are every brides favorite and the designer caters to every bride's dream while ensuring the cuts remain in modern times. Think off-shoulders, long sleeves and feminine V-necks, Lela Rose always knows how to please the crowd. 

Livne White F/W 2019

livne white f/w 2019 Photo credits: @bridalmusings
In our eyes, Livne White can do no wrong. Always fashion forward and trendy, this season proves to be no different. The showcase features tons of elegant silk hand sewn in various designs: fluffy floral, wrap design and high leg slits. The perception of silk can vary from trendy to traditional, and Livne White balanced that delicate act to ensure its designs are trendy without being too loud. Can we have the entire collection please?

Monique Lhuillier F/W 2019

monique lhuillier f/w 2019
Photo credits: @sophiealexandramoore
We are absolutely obsessed with Monique Lhuillier Bridal F/W 2019 collection. Featuring colorful floral embroidery, the collection is vibrant without overpowering the romantic elegance that the designer is known for. Think plenty of airy tulle and  elegant silk that can transform any bride to have their modern cinderella moment. Seeing that tulle is a big element of most of the designers, we predict that tulle will be a big trend for next year. 

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