With another bridal fashion week coming to an end, let’s take a moment to revel in the stunning bridal trends of Spring 2017. From sleek gowns to lush dresses fit for a princess designed by the likes of Vera Wang, Carolina Herrera and Oscar de la Renta this year’s bridal fashion week saw some of the most breathtaking collections take the catwalk.
This season, we were treated to a sexier bridal fashion week courtesy of a plentitude of plunging necklines from the reigning elites of the wedding dress industry such as Lela Rose, Marchesa and Isabelle Armstrong. Deep v-neck styles were seen at almost every presentation and it became apparent that designers are counting on 2017 brides to make bold, skin baring choices resulting in elegantly sexy collections that are perfect for the modern bride of today.
And should you find yourself gasping at each dress know that you’re not alone, we were and still are as mesmerised as you.
So without further ado let’s introduce the wedding dresses of 2017.
Strapless V-neck ball gown with draped skirt, Isabelle Armstrong
“Lorelai” rosewater ball gown with long sleeves, floral beading, embroidered illusion bodice, and cascading tulle skirt, Hayley Paige
“Brett” strapless deep V-neck silk gazar ball gown with dramatically draped and bowed skirt, Isabelle Armstrong
Blush La Vie En Rose lace gown with deep V-illusion neckline and illusion long sleeves, Legends by Romana Keveza
Coralie” silk white and sky floral embroidered tiered tulle A-line gown with ombré gazar commerbund, Monique Lhuillier
“Berni” satin organza V-neck voluminous A-line gown with petal color embroidered lace appliques, Alyne by Rita Vinieris
And once you’ve found the perfect dress you’ll need the perfect venue and this is where we come in, here at Hall Farm Weddings we are an idyllic venue nestled amongst picturesque woodlands and stunning water meadows. We strive to provide our clients with a seamless service so you have one less thing to worry about on your big day. To book a viewing of our venue and grounds give us a call on 01692 630385.