Hottest Bridal Trends for 2020 Weddings
A new year calls for some new bridal dress trends, and that is exactly what we are here to discuss! Your wedding is one of the most important days of your life, so you probably need a dress that fits your style and personality. To get inspired, have a look through the 2020 bridal dress trends and find your pick:
Corset Wedding Dress
The underwear as outerwear trend has finally made its way to the bridal realm and will be becoming official in 2020. The corset bodice adds a sexy touch to your dress, so if that’s what your vibe is; go for it!
Floral Print Dresses
Florals for spring are a must-have and in 2020, you’ll be seeing this trend among wedding dresses as well. During the recent bridal runway shows, designers featured bold floral patterns in their pieces. This trend is a subtle way to add some color to your wedding dress. This trend is definitely a way to add some whimsical interest to any wedding dress silhouette.
Brides who want to add some subtle drama to their wedding dress, this trend is for them! The half skirt bridal trend features both the volume of a ball gown and the fit of a sheath. If you go for this trend, most dresses come with a removable ball gown option, which makes it easy to transition the wedding dress from ceremony to reception.
The more ruffles your wedding dress has, the better it is for 2020! For brides who want to channel their inner hopeless romantic side, this trend is made for them. A ruffled skirt adds dimension to a mermaid silhouette and make sit stand out. We adore this trend for weddings since its super feminine and whimsical.
Inspired from the 80’s, this trend is back and has made it’s way in the world of bridal dresses. Puffy sleeves work best with a slim silhouette dress, so go for that route if you’re worried about going too overboard.
One Shoulder Neckline
This unique bridal dress silhouette makes the upper body look super flattering and even gives off true goddess vibes. This trend is going to get super popular in 2020; we can just tell! Most brides like to go for a long sleeve with the one shoulder trend because it looks super glam and classy.