3 Spring Wedding Trends You Need To Know!

One of the highlights of every Great Bridal Expo is the chance to check out new wedding dress trends, including a live fashion show where you can see models displaying some of the hottest new designs from the world’s best designers. So what can you expect at bridal shows coming up this year? Here are a few of the spring wedding fashion trends that you need to know.

 

The Meghan Markle wedding dress effect

 

If there is one event this spring that will change the look and style of wedding dresses in 2018, it will be the upcoming Royal Wedding between Meghan Markle and Prince Harry. The name of the designer who will create the bride’s wedding gown has not yet been publicly announced, but the British media are reporting that the choice will come down to London-based Roland Mouret and the Australian-born duo Ralph & Russo (Tamara Ralph and Michael Russo), who designed Meghan’s absolutely stunning $75,000 couture engagement gown. You’ll definitely want to keep your eyes on Windsor Castle on May 19. Within days of the wedding, you could start hearing stories about “knockoff” royal wedding dresses hitting the market.

Romantic lace and floral prints from the new H&M Wedding Shop

 

If paying $75,000 for a couture gown is, well, a little out of your budget, how about the opposite end of the spectrum? Scandinavian fast-fashion retailer H&M, known mostly for its affordable fashion options, is branching out with a Wedding Shop. One of the highlights that the media is talking about right now is an affordable version of the wedding gown that the Duchess of Cambridge wore to her wedding – it’s a long lace dress with sheer lace sleeve and a low neckline. But the H&M Wedding Shop is not just for brides – there are plenty of budget-friendly options for bridesmaids and just about anyone attending a spring wedding, including a few romantic lace stunners and floral prints. H&M usually has its hands on the pulse of the fashion industry, so these dresses might give you a good idea of what to look for at the Great Bridal Expo.

 

Non-white wedding gowns are now on trend

 

This one might be a shocker, but fashion shopping site Lyst.com just released its 2018 Wedding Fashion Report, and one of the major trends in the report was the preference of women for non-white wedding gowns. And we’re not just talking about off-white or ivory dresses, either. Three of the hottest colors of the season are rose, red, and yellow. And if you’re feeling particularly fashion-forward, some of the world’s best designers – including the highly-acclaimed Reem Acra – are now showcasing black wedding gowns. Other trends noted by Lyst include white jump suits and pant suits for women instead of gowns.

 

One thing is certain: there is going to be a lot of change and innovation happening in the wedding dress market this year, and one of the best places to get ahead of those trends is by attending the Great Bridal Expo, where you’ll be able to meet some of the exhibitors who are showing up in bridal magazines and being featured on fashion websites.

 

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