Spring weddings are full of romance and feminine details. And the most romantic and personal thing for a spring-time bride is her own wedding dress. This season is the time to unveil the natural beauty of your silhouette and also a new trend. Those who are having a spring wedding are very lucky because the range of style available for this season is full of unique and dreamy choices. We have a few delightful styles from Marie Laporte.
These amazing gowns are from her ultimate collection of wedding dresses released in 2012. This sensational line is called “Poetique” and we can see why! We are head over hills in love with these precious models and we don’t know which one to call our favorite. They all look incredibly beautiful and refined and this is why making a single choice is so difficult. Marie Laporte is a French designer and her style is very soft, feminine and delicate.
The silhouettes are classy and elegant and very subtly adorned. The sheer layers, the fluid lines, the delicate ruffles, flounces and shawls are the elements that make this bridal collection look so expressive and adorable. We are also very excited about the sleeve designs promoted in this collection. The sleeve tops made of sheer lace and illusion net are ravishing! This designer managed to revolutionize the sleeve design and make it feel more comfy and lightweight. Aren’t these lovely dresses ideal attire selections for a spring wedding?
There are new patterns, details, fabrics and hemlines to explore this year in each season. We are happy to see that spring is such a rich time of year in inspirational designs. The flowers are very trend. We’ve seen many spring wedding dresses inspired by flowers. A floral embellished wedding gown can make a unique choice for the bride who wants something romantic, ultra-feminine and richly textured for her wedding. The 3D buds and embroidered blossoms are our favorite flower details available for wedding dresses.
The nature-inspired models are also incredibly hot and trendy. This style is sometimes more whimsical – especially those accented with color. You can find divine spring flower patters in both sheath and voluminous ball gown designs. The airy A-line silhouettes beautified with floral adds-on on the neckline, waistline or bodice and skirt are breathtaking.
The floral inspired gowns are great for those who want a seasonal wedding. But you can use ruffles and frills instead of flowers and go for a trendier hippie look. The bohemian style is very in this year, especially for the vintage-inspired brides. The preppy details, the sheer fabric accessories, the matching shawls and the high hemlines are also unique features to consider when planning a spring season wedding.