Bridal Fashion Week 2016 Just Proved That Pink Is the New White
Here in New York City, the lace, ruffles, and tulle have finally settled and 2016 Bridal Fashion Week has come to a close. But that doesn’t mean we aren’t still dreaming about the uh-mazing gowns brides will be wearing down the aisle next year! Oh, and there’s one pretty hue that’s coloring all of our wedding fantasies…
From understated, minimalist designs to the ultimate fairy tale wedding dresses, pink made a serious splash this season. Yes, blush has definitely been a player in the bridal gown game, but designers turned it up a notch this season with deeper pinks, softer corals, and dip-dyed ombres! Shying away from the traditional white gown, these fresh iterations of the rosy hue clearly show they make quite a statement on their own. Modern brides, get ready to marvel over the debut of these mesmerizing shades of pink…
Ivy & Aster took on a romantic-meets-bohemian style, dressing up the bride in a frothy, blush tulle gown, layered with lace. And how chic is that coordinating blazer?
Photo by Adrianna Favero Photography
What an exquisite show Mark Zunino put forth on the runways this year! From the plunging V-neckline to the varying sherbet shades of pink and festive florals, he fully embraced dusty blush. You can bet it was a major hit.
“There is a bit of magic in every Morilee bride with her classic elegance and timeless romance.” Inspired by dreams and fantasies, it’s no wonder why Morilee’s Spring 2017 Collection looks like it’s straight out of a fairytale. Designer Madeline Gardner masterfully hid sparkle netting beneath the soft creamy colors to achieve the perfect bit of shine.
Photos via Morilee
Hayley Paige dominated the runway yet again. From all-over sequin gowns with playful bubblegum underlay to tulle-on-tulle pieces, her collection was fabulously feminine. Take note, alternative brides!
Photos via Hayley Paige
We were whisked away by David’s Bridal‘s pale pink Oleg Cassini number embellished with the prettiest fine details.
Photo by Nina Westervelt Photography
Kelly Faetanini has a way of making her dreamy gowns look absolutely out of this world. You can say her work is pretty much bridal gown perfection.
Photos via Kelly Faetanini
How enchanting is this blush illusion long sleeve A-line gown by Monique Lhuillier? The mix of silk white and dusty rose in her collection is totally on-trend.
Photos via Monique Lhuillier
“My glass case is filled with beautiful confections. You’ll find gowns with delicate vines and petite flowers. You’ll find some with just a touch of sweetness in their lace overlay.” Ines Di Santo wanted to create the feeling of entering a beautiful patisserie, and her collection depicted just that. The multi-colored, embroidered details overlaying the soft blush is beyond gorgeous.
Photo via Ines Di Santo
Inbal Dror hit it out of the park with this plunging deep V ballgown with rose gold embellishments.
Photo via Inbal Dror
This ultra-feminine rosy ball gown by Lazaro just swept us off our feet.
Photos via Lazaro
Let’s just take a moment to appreciate BHLDN‘s tulle-on-tulle dress.
Photo by Jessica Haley Photography
This Anne Barge gown is blush bridal perfection!
Photo by Dan Lecca Photography
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