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2023 Top Bridal Trends!

Updated: Nov 4, 2022

Get your wishlist ready! There is no better way to kick off the season than by seeing what's

new in the world of wedding dresses—which in turn inspires a bride's vision for the start of

her own new beginning. For 2023 we also continued to see a surge of contemporary designs

like mini dresses, colorful gowns, and modern separates. If you're planning a wedding taking

place next year or are simply dreaming of your future wedding attire, these are 2023

wedding dress trends to know.

Colorful Florals

Gowns with bold blooms will be everywhere in 2023. While floral motifs and wedding

dresses are a classic pairing, colorful prints and splashy embroidery give this established

trend a gorgeous refresh.


This sharply angled bodice highlights the decollete, neck and shoulders and is a true

throwback.  The neckline of the moment has a modern Disney Princess feel that was

executed in both structural sweetheart shapes, as well as transparent fabrics with floral

embellishment. Go classic with heavy satin, romantic with glitter tulle or sexy with form-

fitting crepe.

Ball Gowns

Sometimes more is more. Although barely there slip dresses were all the rage last season,

maximalist ball gowns are now trending. If you're looking to go opulent and over the top

with your wedding day look, consider giving this voluminous silhouette a whirl.


Quite possibly one of the most ubiquitous trends this season, sheer layering was the way to

go—sometimes with piles of frothy tulle that had an ethereal effect.


While ruffles may be more party-ready than most wedding gowns the otherwise nighttime

embellishment is walking down the aisle. Designers bet on voluminous ruffled sleeves, as

well as tiered ruffles to channel this trend, ranging from minimalist gowns to romantic


Embellished Veils

Bridal veils have long been a solemn accessory. Now, designers are putting their focus on

reimagining this traditional staple through embellishments that range from floral appliqués

to heart-shaped details.


A fashion-forward spin on the traditional veil, many of this season's capes were executed in

semi-transparent materials to show off the dress details beneath—or in the same fabric as

the dress, for a more sculptural effect.

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