With so many bridal gowns on the market these days , how on earth does the modern day bride even begin to choose? Here at Words To Glow we present just a couple of our favourites. We hope they inspire and even excite you! 

 

I absolutely adore the vintage Art Deco beading to the bodice of this gorgeous bridal gown designed by The Deco Haus Hollywood. With a return to ultra glamour predicted for 2015/16 weddings this little beauty is vintage Hollywood way!

 

Art Deco jewelled Wedding Dress

Dress available via shopthedecohaus.com

 

Stylish yet simply elegant, this satin A-line gown from Alan Hannah is made of Thai silk and showcases a beautiful hand beaded neckline and train.

 

Satin A-line wedding gown with small train

Wedding Dress from http://alanhannah.co.uk

 

For you true vintage brides out there, why not consider a 50’s style three quarter length gown? Add in some delicate lace detail and you can bring it bang up to date. A cute, two-tone tulle dress can look beautiful with lace overlays and delicate appliqué details to tie the whole look together.

 

 

Yet again, the sheer simplicity and cut of this elegant ivory duchesse satin gown speaks volumes. I love the pleating and cowl neckline which reminds me of weddings of old and would really suit the modern day bride who prefers a classic and timeless style.

 

Ivory duchesse satin cowl neck bridal gown

Wedding Dress from http://alanhannah.co.uk

 

This sheer back vintage lace wedding gown by bridal designer, Amelia Sposa ticks all the right boxes. It is vintage, it is pretty and it will certainly make you feel like the ultimate princess! Also featuring gorgeous white covered button detail to the back of the corset, it ends in a stunningly beautiful organza train.

 

Vintage lace and organza bridal gown

Wedding dress from Amelia Sposa (ameliasposa.it)

 

Perhaps my ultimate favourite however is this simply stunning and romantic couture gown by designer Maggie Sottero. Going against all the rules by moving away from the traditional white bridal gown, the delicate blush colouring would compliment any skin tone. Combined with the intricate Swarovski beading to the bodice and stunning tulle ruffled skirt, this is certainly one show stopper of a dress!

 

Blush coloured crystal and ruffled tulle Maggie Sottero wedding dress

Wedding Dress from http://maggiesottero.com

 

Bye for now!

 

C x