The wedding planning team at Tara M. Events was invited to hit the bridal fashion shows and interview designers to bring our New York brides the top 2018 New York wedding dresses and wedding dress trends you need to know about, straight from the runway. Spoiler alert - they are AMAZING!
Ruffles & Tiers
Cake is not the only wedding item that can be graced by tiers. Allover ruffles add dimension to a slim silhouette while a full ruffled skirt adds a soft whimsical look making any bride feel like a princess.
It's all about elegant doses of drama and interpretations of royal wedding dresses for modern day princess brides. Gowns are opulent and jaw dropping with Corsets and Boning, Pearls, Full Skirts and Overskirts, Long Sleeves, Lace embroidery and 3D Florals with luxurious Beading.
For brides not into wedding veils, a bridal cape or shorter capelet is the perfect alternative.The sleek modern look of full length capes or capelets is grand yet understated. Plus you can whisk it away mid-way through your wedding as a reception outfit change.
Not every bride wants a white wedding dress. From black bows and floral accessories to full back wedding gowns, black is latest trend to make a statement or add edginess to your wedding look.
Pant Suits and Jumpsuits
New York wedding dresses don't all have to be dresses. Pantsuits and jumpsuits are sweet, elegant and chic, plus they are comfortable too. Perfect for after parties, rehearsal dinners, dress changes and naturally even for walking down the aisle.
Short and flirty yet sophisticated party frocks are going nowhere for the reception. Show some leg on your wedding day while still looking definitely bridal. Enter the after party mini gown for a fashion forward aesthetic. Rather than creating dresses brides can wear only once, bridal designers offering options that can be worn long after the big day.
This girlie accessory is popping up in a fresh and playful way either as an accent piece or as the star of the wedding dress. Go big when picking this fun New York wedding dress trend 2018.
By New York Wedding and Event Planner Tara M. Events.