Florals for spring -- what else is new, right? Spring weddings are usually filled with flowery details, but lately we've seen more brides opting to wear floral-printed wedding gowns!
Keep the rest of your wedding look simple. Your dress will make a major statement, so stick to neutrals or a muted color palette for decor and design. And, don't forget to consider the rest of your bridal look. We suggest wearing natural looking makeup and minimizing jewelry and accessories.
Consider your bouquet. To make sure your personal flowers don't compete with your dress, consider an on-trend simple wedding bouquet. If you're unsure about how your bouquet will look, bring faux flowers to hold while trying on the dress (or ask your bridal salon if they have some -- many do).
Coordinate with your fiancé and the wedding party. Your fiancé and your bridal party may look better in muted colors or subtle patterns if you're wearing a printed gown.
Consult with your photographer. If you're on the fence about how a printed gown will look in photos, get your photographer's professional opinion on the dress you have in mind.
Have it both ways! Try wearing a traditional gown to your ceremony, and then change into a floral gown for the reception. Still too bold? Your shower or rehearsal dinner are great opportunities to bring out the blooms.