Getting married in 2019? If you’re on the search for your dream wedding dress, you’re truly spoiled for choice with the new season collections and trends. While princess dresses and classic lace gowns will always be a hit, 2019 has a lot to offer the bride who wants to make a sartorial statement as she walks down the aisle, with shimmering metallics and even coloured gowns taking centre stage. The "Meghan Effect" means designers have also championed classic minimalism too, with modern designs similar to the Duchess’ bespoke Givenchy gown designed by Clare Waight Keller.
Minimal wedding dresses
Much like the Duchess of Sussex’s Givenchy gown, less is more when it comes to wedding dresses this year. So if a princess skirt, lace and embellishment isn’t your style, you’ll love these modern and minimalistic gowns. They may be simple but they’ll make a big impact.
(From l-r: Maggie Sottero Claudia Dawn dress, Savannah Miller Gwendolyn dress, Suzanne Neville Adair dress)
Halterneck wedding dresses
Another look championed by Meghan on her wedding day with her gorgeous Stella McCartney wedding dress, designers are loving the halterneck this year. Channel your inner Meghan in our pick of these gowns from Ronald Joyce, Justin Alexander and Catherine Deane.
(From l-r: Catherine Deane Kin dress, Ronald Joyce Calissa dress, Justin Alexander style 88064)
Gold and metallic wedding dresses
While Pinterest’s trend report suggests gold wedding dresses are going to be big news in 2019, it appears other metallic hues are on the rise too, with brides trading classic ivory for shimmering silver and rose gold tones.
(From l-r: Galia Lahav Arden dress, Vera Wang Fall 2019 Jacqueline dress, Lazaro 3759)
Blue wedding dresses
Break tradition and let your gown be your "something blue" with a Cinderella-inspired wedding dress. Vera Wang, Blush by Hayley Paige and Leanne Marshall are just three designers who have incorporated baby blue tones into their collections for 2019.
(From l-r: Vera Wang Fall 2019 Athenais dress, Blush by Hayley Paige, Leanne Marshall Cordelia skirt and Calla top)
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