The Top Wedding Dress Trends of 2020
1. flower print dresses
“Spring Flowers?” and just come to the point: These are not your average bride flowers. Bold floral prints appeared in several 2020 bridal collections, adding color to the classic white runways of Bridal Fashion Week. Whether slim and pastel, edgy and oversized or textural, in the form of 3D embroidery, this beautiful girl’s way to shoot adds whimsical visual interest to any wedding dress silhouette.
2. ball gowns
Calling all royal wedding fans: this bridal trend is for you. If you want to make an introduction, consider choosing a classic prom dress – and we’ve seen most of these in 2020 wedding dress trends and collections. The best thing about this remarkable silhouette? It’s actually surprisingly versatile and works for most wedding styles. Go for heavy satin with Grace Satin or wavy sleeves with Elizabethan. Whatever the details, it is certain that this voluminous style will turn into several heads.
If there is a time to indulge in desperate romance within you, this is your wedding day – and it can’t be more romantic than this frilled, ultra-feminine detail. A ruffled skirt adds dimension to a mermaid’s silhouette while the full skirt of sparkling, ruffled ruffles are capricious and trendy equal pieces.
4. Airy Dresses
From aerodynamic fireworks to transparent sleeves, airy lightweight gowns take over runways and 2020 wedding gowns. Effortless fabrics such as tulle and organza give a gorgeous ethereal vibe without any additional stacks, so you can hit the dance floor without stressing the feeling of passing over your dress or being weighed. Do you know what we call this? A serious bride wins fashion.
5. Fluffy Sleeves
Listen to us before you write this bridal trend inspired by the ’80s. These ruffly and off-the-shoulder versions, far from Princess Diana with sleeves and other brides of the ultimate era of fashion, are all about delightful romance. If you love this detail, but are worried about overdoing, look for a slim silhouette with fluffy sleeves and keep the rest of your accessories simple. Or if you love this look but aren’t ready to fully commit it, opt for removable ones that you can remove for your reception or party.