When people think "sheer" they usually think "sexy," but sex appeal is only one facet of the sheer skirt trend. The look can feature a see-through layer over a mini dress, a sheer bottom on a mermaid silhouette, or a traditional gown with a sheer overlay. The results are often soft and romantic, and you'll look like you're floating down the aisle.
Just as bridal separates came onto the scene this past fall, separates for bridesmaids is quickly taking over the market. The possibilities are truly endless, from sophisticated tops over gowns to miss-matched tops and bottoms to sweet sweater separates. When your bridal party is made of all shapes and sizes, this is the perfect route to take.
Shake the Cake
Wedding cake is iconic, but today's bride isn't confined to conventions. Whether she creates the shape of a traditional cake with donuts, macarons, or Oreos, or whether she lays out a buffet of assorted sweet treats, cutting the cake is no longer a necessity.
Pantone Rose Quartz and Serenity
This is the first year Pantone has released TWO "Colors of the Year," and both of them combined simply scream spring. No matter how you utilize them, from attire to decor to flowers to invitations, they are a perfect pairing that can do no wrong in the wedding scene.
Rose Gold Glory
It's not just for rings anymore! Rose gold details are popping up everywhere, from gowns and accessories to table accents to stationary. Because it's so bold it is usually paired with neutral matte tones, and the result is absolutely glamourous. For the bride who is a little sassy and isn't afraid of a little glitter and shine, this is a great trend!
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