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2014 Wedding Gown Cheat Sheet

Thursday, January 23rd, 2014

It’s every brides dream to have her cake and savor it too, especially when it comes to wedding planning and selecting the wedding gown. For a fast study on what’s in this season, we compiled this cheat sheet on wedding gown trends in 2014:

2014 wedding dress trends

Beautiful wedding dress from an oceanfront wedding at The King and Prince Resort. Photo courtesy of Brooke Roberts Photography.

 

A shortlist of the most coveted designers trending in wedding gowns 2014 are Nicole Miller, Monique Lhuillier, Oleg Cassini, Caroline Herrera and Vera Wang to name a few.

Texture rages on among wedding gown trends 2014. Clad in beaded sheath dresses, pearl, handmade appliqués, wedding dresses are weightier than ever this year.

The roaring 20′s élan is huge this year, courtesy of The Great Gatsby popularity. With that trend in mind, look for glamorous embellishments and tea length wedding gowns in 2014. 1920’s inspired beaded head pieces complete the look!

Crystal is a reoccurring trend in wedding gowns. Designers are choosing crystallized Swarovski elements and hand sowing them into the fabric.

The traditional wedding gown never expires. This simplicity bespeaks elegance for some brides. And among wedding dress trends 2014, powder blue is the new white. Some wedding gown designers are including the palette in their collection. Originally, the “something” blue part of the nuptials symbolized purity. Nevertheless, a powder blue dress bespeaks serene, virtue. This blue dress from the Sareh Nouri collection or this blue and white dress from Oscar de la Renta are perfect examples of this trend.

Lace conjures a feeling of romance. And as lace makes a comeback in everyday fashion, it’s only fitting that the fabric is a favorite trend this season in wedding gowns.

Duchess silk satin is another material favorite among the wedding dress trends of 2014.

While the mermaid dress has not disappeared from the wedding gown trends of 2014, the A-line wedding dress proves forgiving on any body type.

And once you’ve selected the wedding gown of your dreams, the rest of the details, such as the wedding venue, cuisine and entertainment will start to fall in place!