Bride & Blossom’s Top Picks From Bridal Fashion Week Fall 2019

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Elie Saab - Wedding Dress - Fall Bridal Collection 2019 - via vogue.com

Elie Saab – Wedding Dress – Fall Bridal Collection 2019 – via vogue.com

 

Vera Wang, Reem Acra, Inbal Dror, and Elie Saab start a list of designers who just revealed their latest creations at Bridal Fashion Week Fall 2019. Showcasing various styles ranging from fairytale ball gowns to arresting mermaid silhouettes to dazzling beaded frocks, these were some of our favorite collections yet. We’re still trying to catch our breath from all the prettiness! And you don’t have to be planning a wedding anytime soon to appreciate the beauty, attention to detail, and artistry of these dresses.

Wedding fashion is a favorite topic of conversation in the Bride & Blossom showroom (after flowers of course!). We always love hearing the story behind the dress from our brides. So we thought it would be fun to share our top bridal looks for the upcoming season.

 

Rachel Trimarco, Bride & Blossom Founder & CEO

 

Inbal Dror - Wedding Dress - Fall Bridal Collection 2019 - via vogue.com

Inbal Dror – Wedding Dress – Fall Bridal Collection 2019 – via vogue.com

Inbal Dror strikes the perfect balance between classic and sexy, and this fit-and-flare gown was a favorite. The attention to detail observed in the crystal embellishments, faultless construction, and dramatic silhouette takes my breath away. The beach is my favorite to be. The fact that this collection was inspired by the sparkling waters of the Mediterranean Sea made me love it all the more.

 

Galia Lahav - Wedding Dress - Fall Bridal Collection 2019 - via vogue.com

Galia Lahav – Wedding Dress – Fall Bridal Collection 2019 – via vogue.com

Galia Lahav epitomizes romantic glamour and this latest collection did not disappoint. With its exquisite lace and beaded accents, this trumpet gown is perfection in my book. The delicate, whispery sleeves are a wonderful surprise and bring a sense of enchanted elegance to the look.

 

Temperley London - Wedding Dress - Fall Bridal Collection 2019 - via vogue.com

Temperley London – Wedding Dress – Fall Bridal Collection 2019 – via vogue.com

We’ve done weddings at smaller restaurant venues and they tend to have a more intimate and relaxed vibe. This gorgeous number from Temperley London is perfect for such an occasion. The graceful flutter sleeves and sequins are striking, yet a little flirty. And the swing of that skirt means only one thing – this dress was made for dancing!

 

Schuyler Polk, Marketing Director 

 

Cushnie - Wedding Dress - Fall Bridal Collection 2019 - via vogue.com

Cushnie – Wedding Dress – Fall Bridal Collection 2019 – via vogue.com

Equal parts alluring and elegant, this sleek column gown by one of my favorite ready-to-wear designers Carly Cushnie immediately caught my eye. I love the sexiness of the plunging neckline and side cutouts combined with the demure high neck and long sleeves. I can see a fall or winter bride wearing this down the aisle under a modern and elegant copper and greenery arch, in an intimate evening ceremony!

 

Galia Lahav - Wedding Dress - Fall Bridal Collection 2019 - via vogue.com

Galia Lahav – Wedding Dress – Fall Bridal Collection 2019 – via vogue.com

Equal parts alluring and elegant, this sleek column gown by one of my favorite ready-to-wear designers Carly Cushnie immediately caught my eye. I love the sexiness of the plunging neckline and side cutouts combined with the demure high neck and long sleeves. I can see a fall or winter bride wearing this down the aisle under a modern and elegant copper and greenery arch, in an intimate evening ceremony!

 

Reem Acra - Wedding Dress - Fall Bridal Collection 2019 - via vogue.com

Reem Acra – Wedding Dress – Fall Bridal Collection 2019 – via vogue.com

I obviously have a thing for veils. Reem Acra’s collection was brimming with the most exquisite veils, appliqued with all sorts of interesting textures and materials. This floral embroidered A-line gown is the pinnacle of drop-dead-look-at-me-gorgeousness and fit for a classic Manhattan wedding at the Plaza Hotel or the Metropolitan Club. You need a grand staircase entrance for this one for sure!

 

Eli Saab - Wedding Dress - Fall Bridal Collection 2019 - via.vogue.com

Eli Saab – Wedding Dress – Fall Bridal Collection 2019 – via.vogue.com

I can’t do a fashion recap without mentioning one of my favorite designers of all time – Elie Saab. Elie has a way of draping and embellishing that is absolutely unparalled. This 50s inspired gown is giving me Marvelous Mrs. Maisel meets Betty Draper vibes. I can definitely see this bride loving garden-inspired and lush floral arrangements!

Kate Murphy, Blog & Social Media Editor

 

 

Temperley London - Wedding Dress - Fall Bridal Collection 2019 - via vogue.com

Temperley London – Wedding Dress – Fall Bridal Collection 2019 – via vogue.com

The 1920s are my favorite fashion era. Tempereley London’s vintage inspired collection had me seeing stars – literally. I especially love the celestial ornamentation of this gown. The sparkling accents against the gorgeous silk and tulle fabric are the perfect marriage of glamour and elegance. The subtle train may not be completely favorable for dancing. But, I have a feeling this bride isn’t going to let that stop her from having a good time!

 

Vera Wang - Wedding Dress - Fall Bridal Collection 2019 - via vogue.com

Vera Wang – Wedding Dress – Fall Bridal Collection 2019 – via vogue.com

For her latest collection, Vera Wang sought inspiration in the gilt and opulence of King Louis XIV. Gowns were spun from layer upon layer of magnificent tulle adorned with metallic and Chantilly lace. Stately and enchanting with hints of a modern sensibility, the designer’s avant-garde designs bring a breath of fresh air to bridal fashion. Not everyone dreams of wearing white – these gilded dresses are for the bride who wants to command the room’s full attention.

 

Elie Saab - Wedding Dress - Fall Bridal Collection 2019 - via vogue.com

Elie Saab – Wedding Dress – Fall Bridal Collection 2019 – via vogue.com

Trimmed with dazzling crystal detailing and intricate lace embroidery, Ellie Saab’s latest collection looked straight out of fairytale. And this stunning dress makes me want to be princess for a day. Simple and understated for a tulle ball gown, the silhouette acts as a canvas to show off the cascading beaded embellishment. The belt adds a sophisticated touch for today’s modern bride.

 

Reem Acra - Wedding Dress - Fall Bridal Collection 2019 - via vogue.com

Reem Acra – Wedding Dress – Fall Bridal Collection 2019 – via vogue.com

I am always drawn to the romantic, ethereal aesthetic that has come to define Reem Acra. The designer had a lot of showstopping looks, but this diaphanous, flowing gown caught my eye. The way the beautiful floral lace of the top evaporates as it descends down into the skirt is breathtaking. The pretty pastel flowers of the veil make me think of that light, fresh feeling that comes with spring. This dress would stun at a woodland wedding in Upstate New York or at one of the city’s botanical gardens.

Gorgeous, elegant, and striking, these collections are what wedding dreams are made of. We can’t wait to see our brides wearing these dresses on their big day!

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