Tuesday, April 27, 2010

New York Bridal Market Trend: Wrap Up

Happy Tuesday Budget Brides!!

I know I didn't post yesterday but Sunday and Monday were extremely busy for me. So today without further ado I present to you The Budget Brides Handbook wrap up to the Spring/Fall 2011 New York Bridal Market Week. I hope that you have enjoyed this little segment. Hopefully next year, I will be invited to some of these shows and then you can have first hand reporting. Crossed Fingers and Sending Prayers***

1. Black wedding dresses are something a little different wonder if it will be a keeper.

2. Tiered Skirts are so romantic and frilly bringing an added flair.

3. Hats are a great accessory to glamourize any bridal gown.

4. A splash of color allows you to incorporate your wedding day colors into your wedding gown.

5. Lingerie-Inspired bridal gowns add a classy sexy to a very special experience. Your groom will love it.

6. Short & Sassy helps a youthful bride add a touch of sassiness.

7. Rosettes are so romantic.

8. Shorttails are for the bride who wants to stay semi-traditional with an element of surprise.

9. Floral Centerpieces takes the bouquet out of your hands and acts as a statement piece on your crown.

10. Shoulder coverings are great for really strict ceremony sites such as churches.

11. Detailed Necklines "give great details for close - up photographs and provide support."*

12. Feathers are just right for the bride who is looking for platinum status style.

13. Mix & Match Fabrics "gives silhouettes unique textures and three-dimensional appearance."*

14. Dramatic Backs add the WOW factor.
* Wording has been taken from an Aisle Dash desciption
Click here for The Budget Brides Handbook review of the Spring/Fall 2011 New York Bridal Market.



Shauna Younge Dessert Tables said...

I'm a big fan of colored dresses, but very few brides go that route. Monique Lhuiller's mermaid lingerie design is a "miss" to me. It's just not a awe-inspiring as some of her other designs.

Thank you for your input on my Fair Use post. I think I'll be posting a policy statement as well.

Bicoastal Bride said...

Great wrap-up! I’ve really enjoyed reading all of your recaps. Overall, my favorite trends are the use of rosettes and adding a touch of color.

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