A wedding dress should be as unique as the bride who wears it. That's why at ieie Bridal we strive to create custom gowns complete with details the bride will love. Lace, tulle, appliques, ruffles - whatever the bride adores, we can include it in her dress.
If you're in the throes of wedding dress shopping, you probably have a good idea of the style dress you'd like. Perhaps it's a mermaid silhouette you're after or a princess ball gown. After you've chosen your style, it's time to get down to the details. Here we have five of our favorite wedding dress details to inspire you.
Although shades of white will always be close to our wedded hearts, colorful wedding gowns are tip toeing in and showing us just how unique and amazing they can be. Blush pink has always been a favorite go-to for brides wanting something outside of the bridal box, but other colors like frosty blue, violet, and even red are making their way onto the aisle. The purple lace ball gown we feature here includes other gorgeous details like lace and silver beading. It's like wearing a garden of wisteria. So magical!
2. PLUNGING NECKLINES
A dress with a low v-neck is all very Grecian goddess. It's the perfect detail for a summer wedding and for brides who want a dress that's a little bit seductive, but still elegant. The Grecian v neck wedding gown seen here also features a pink ribbon cross back - another gorgeous detail to add to the list. This dress is perfect for boho brides and beach-bound couples, or any bride who wants to express her inner goddess.
Ruffles came into the spotlight a few years ago and haven't made an exit since. Brides love this cascading and voluminous detail. It looks especially beautiful on ball gowns, like the long sleeve ball gown shown below. I can imagine this detail worn during a winter wedding where the ruffles fall around the bride like snow.
Flower details, especially those of the handmade variety, take a wedding dress from whoa to wow! I love how the flower motifs are subtly sewn into the neckline of this whimsical lace and tulle wedding dress. The petite blooms add a delicate and romantic touch to the modest vintage style dress. You can also play with bigger blooms, flowers sewn throughout the skirt, and pretty petals made of lace on the bodice.
5. CAP SLEEVES
In a world of sleeveless/strapless dresses, the sleeved style stands out. Over the past couple of years, brides have embraced lacy long sleeves and stylish three-quarter designs. Now, say hello to the cap sleeve. It's so romantic when paired with an empire waist, but no matter what the dress silhouette is, the cap sleeve adds a bit of old world elegance and charming sophistication.
So there you have five unique wedding dress details that you can mix and match into your own design. Or, if one of these beauties caught your eye, click on the link to get to know the gown and make it your own.