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Spring 2013 Bridal Trends

by | Fashion Wisdom, Wisdom


Mandy of Amanda May Papier Couture
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It is that time of year that we get to preview the beautiful Spring ’13 collections but also the Bridal collections. Trending this year was lace in a big way, from french full lace gowns, to lace used in a more modern way such as whimsical over lays and intricate beaded patterns.

Badgley Mischka Marchesa Spring 2013 Bridal Trends

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From top to bottom: Badley Mischka, Marchesa, Jenny Packham

Embellishment also had it’s place on the runway but in a chic and elegant approach.

Jenny Packham Marchesa Spring 2013 Bridal Trends

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Jenny Packham Bridal Spring 2013 Spring 2013 Bridal Trends

From top to bottom: Jenny Packham, Marchesa, Badley Mischka, Jenny Packham, Jenny Packham

During 2012 florals made a big come back with floral halos and wreaths adorning many weddings. This trend will continue into 2013 with florals moving onto dresses, bridal head wear and floaty fabrics, with timeless embellished sleeves, bodices and hems that will bring glamour to any wedding.

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Claire Pettibone

So expect floaty, whimsical, old world charm gowns to be gracing our presence in 2013!

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Ms Gingham says: I love that the forecast is for elegant and floaty but that there’s room to go edgier and more modern too. Perfect for both the vintage and contemporary bride.

About Amanda May Papier Couture: Amanda May was started in 2010 by owner Mandy who had a love of art, fashion and design since a young girl. From designing and styling her own wedding saw the need to provide couples with a special experience when it came to choosing their stationery needs.


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