Straight off the Runway - Bridal Trends 2016
For 2016 bridal wear, designers have embraced a languid mood and feature lingerie inspired dresses, feathers, glimmers of sparkle, airy fabrics, florals and off the shoulder dresses. We would like to share with you our favourite bridal trends for 2016. "Built in Bling" Badgley Mischka
This is an absolutely stunning trend. You will not need to wear a lot of jewellery with this look. The 'built in bling' does all the work for you. The Badgley Mischka design features a beautiful beaded neckline that illuminates the gown. The Pnina Tornai design uses sparkled draping to catch the eye. Feathers Lela Rose
The feather details of this trend for 2016 can vary between, big and dramatic, and soft and delicate. We are in love with the cascading effect of Lela Rose's design that features feathers which fall to the floor. "Airy" Skirts Hayley Paige
This look is extremely ethereal. The effortless fabrics used such as tulle and organza are as light as air and float away from the bride glamorously. 3D Floral Embellishments Angel Sanchez
We adore the way that the 3d floral embellishments add an extra dimension to traditional floral designs. Angel Sanchez's design brings to mind a clean, modern version of the art of origami. Lela Rose's design perfectly combines youth and elegance and features lavish fabrications such as, pearls, petals and organza bloom. Off the Shoulder Marchesa
This trend is great for brides that are weary of strapless dresses, but don't want their arms to be covered. The look is both sexy and elegant and flatters many body shapes. Marchesa's design features her signature blossom embellishments in the form of a flower embroidered skirt. The off the shoulder silhouette has transformed this classic column style dress into a modern dream. Lingerie Inspired Oscar de la Renta
For 2016, many designers have taken slinky silhouettes to a new level and emanate a subtle hint at lingerie. Peter Coping has stayed true to Oscar de la Renta's iconic and feminine design here and features a beautifully structured bodice which he masterfully combines with a soft lace.