Before the wedding

14th July 2019


10 gorgeous bridal trends to expect in spring 2020

Fresh styles for a fresh season


1. Sharp dressing

If you’re not the wedding gown sort – and comfort is top on your list of priorities – think outside the box to a pant suit and a very sharp blazer. You’ll power your way through the occasion!

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2. ‘70s sparkles

For a bit of disco flair, look no further than spring’s bridal trends in 2020. With retro styling ever popular, this will have you knocking a few nifty dance moves after the reception.

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3. Faerie inspiration

Spring’s blossoms brings out the romantic in each and every one of us. This bridal trend will help you seal the deal with pure joy and gasps of admiration.

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4. Tactile texture

Recent catwalks were full of embroidered detailing, lending texture to each aspect of the gown. The patterns were tight and tangible.

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5. Comfortable corseting

Gone are the days of uncomfortable bone-in structures, next year’s bridal corseting trends aim to keep you moving all through the evening.

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6. Sleeves in full bloom

For the more eclectic of brides, larger, puffed out sleeves have made a come back and are here to stay. However, opt for those gowns which keep the bodice slender.

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7. Cool colours

What if you’re not into white? Coloured gowns have been doing the rounds for some years now – with red or black becoming popular recently – but pastel shades are just ‘oh-so-pretty’ for spring!

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8. Intricate detailing

While this is not a trend which comes and goes, it’s good to remind ourselves of the stunning beauty caught in the smallest of elements.

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9. Bardot necklines

Another trend which has been with us for some time, Bardot necklines can be seen in everything, from casual wear to winter wear. But next spring, it will also be walking down the aisle!

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10. Bows

Captivating on a simple, silk gown, large bows – pinned on the back for all to see as you walk towards your husband-to-be during the ceremony – will have heads looking firmly ahead!

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Wedding Directory