Spring 2014 Bridal Collections

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I’ve been so inspired by bridal attire and Spring 2014 collections, that I’ve been sharing some amazing designers, with beautiful gowns that are simply perfect for both the minimalist and glamorous bride. I wish I could showcase all the wonderful and remarkable designers that have emerged to grace blushing brides, but that would be endless posts. So here as just a few more gowns, that I couldn’t help but swoon over. {Read here for features on JCrew, Lazaro and JLM CoutureMonique LluillierLela Rose

The Rivini Rita Vinieris Spring 2014 is all about the feeling of being in paradise. Her beautiful gowns are soft and graceful, yet beautifully detailed, and really do remind you of the beauty beaches evoke. Her collections are the essence of simple luxury, blushing silhouettes, and uncompromising details that are simply chic. I just adore the Spring 2013 collection, for its perfect blends of classic and modern designs, loose tulles, organzas, soft flesh hues, and delicate crystals.


The Bahia blends chiffon with delicate hand embroidering of pearls and crystals.  I can’t stop thinking about this timeless gown {shown at top of post}, I mean the French Chantilly Lace and coral mist underlay, and have you seen that amazing open back and tulle train.


The Martinique is another one of my favorites this season, for its flirtatious fashion forward hi-low bottom, and delicate sheer lace overlay.


My eye is instantly drawn to beautiful embroidered backs, although not one for all the glitz the Avina is a classic stunner. BRIDAL FASHION WEEK SPRING 2014

As much as I love lace, I always fancy a simple gown with dramatic touches, like an asymmetrically draped skirt.

The Waters Spring 2014 is for the sophisticated lace loving vintage bride. Yet voluminous silhouettes and embroidered corsets appeal to every bride’s dream.


Sheer overlays with delicate beading add an etherealness to any gown, especially when paired with flowing chiffon.


Tiers of tulle and scalloped lace adds a dreamy effect to a classic lace gown.


Blush tones are not only whimsical, but romantic and elegant all the same. A soft ethereal grace with tulle skirt and corset, this gown is “oh so dreamy.”


Separates have become more popular as wedding attire, and with endless tiers of billowing soft pink tulle, I could definitely see many brides making a statement with this skirt, maybe even the button down too. 

Amsale designs are the epitome of understated elegance. She perfectly blends exquisite simplicity with luxurious textures, and delicate details that transform any bride into a timeless beauty.


The Skylar reinvents traditional lace, with this corded lace texture, and organza flower back.


For the effortless bride, how perfect is this Grecian inspired tulle jewel neck silk gown. Whitney-Frt

The Whitney has that unique tulle hand beaded jewel halter, yet with a full skirt.

It doesn’t matter to me that this chiffon lovely is a bridesmaids dress, because it is just as beautiful and graceful.
Soft hues, are a graceful way to stand out, when showcased in soft chiffon, it’s perfect for a simple winter affair.
An all-over lace gown is just so beautiful to me, vintage, graceful, elegant and glamorous.

Reem Acra is a well-known name within the fashion industry, especially with the Spring 2014 collection. With luxurious fabrics, that are classic yet modern, this collection full of grand skirts, laser cut lace, sheer embellishments, and vintage silhouettes, that evoke an ethereal quality that are meant for the minimalist or glamorous bride. {See Haute Couture collection and couture accessories}  

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cc535493f07b43d16b5600f26f12734bWith so many beautiful designs, I could share all of Mariana Liana’s creations, but I couldn’t help dream of gracing the romantic streets of Paris with this Mariana Liana silk gown.

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