Wedding Dress Trends of 2019

Heavy Embellishments

This is a style some of our favorite designers conquered this bridal season. They gracefully covered wedding dresses in 3-d embellishments, from floral pieces, large bows, and butterflies. For our local readers, One Fine Day has a gorgeous gown sheer/lace gown with floral embellishments all over, it's a must have!

Courtsey of Viktor & Rolf.

Courtesy of Taylor Jewell. Wedding Dress by Lela Rose.

Courtesy of Alexandra Grecco.

Courtesy of Taylor Jewell. Wedding Dress by Lela Rose.

Style Tip: Although the embellishments are a huge attraction, they look very elegant when paired with a complimenting hair piece (crowns, hats, neck scrafs, etc.).

Meghan Markle Fever

Markle wore a high-neck Stella McCartney for her wedding reception inspiring many women around the world. The look was minimal yet spoke Hollywood glamour, and many designers picked up on that (considering it appeared in almost every collection). This season expect to see many mock turtle-necks and high-neck wedding gowns in every silhouette.

Courtesy of Theia.

Courtesy of Elizabeth Fillmore.

Courtesy of Allison Webb.

Styling Tip: High-neck gowns draw all the focus to your face, take advantage by having your hair pulled back and pairing it with dangling earrings.


New-age geometric patterns and cuts are on the rise. This trend is breathtaking over Chantilly lace and opaque satin. This is perfect for our fashion-forward brides, wanting a little extra.

Courtesy of David's Bridal.

Courtesy of Taylor Jewell. Wedding Dress by Lela Rose.

Courtesy of Galia Lahav.

Courtesy of Kelly Faetanini.

Style Tip: Nude undergarments are so essential with this design, making the geometric designs pop.

Statement Sleeves

It's no secret that fashion adores a statement sleeve, but this season it's shifting into the bridal world. Several designers used sleeves to awaken the romance of our favorite dress styles. Some of the most seen styles from Fall 2019 Bridal Fashion Week include lace off-the-shoulders, billowy sleeves, and embellished sheer sleeves.

Courtesy of Leanne Marshall.