We cannot stop staring at Monique Lhuillier’s new collection. They may not be black wedding dresses, but they are jaw dropping to say the least, with all the important ingredients accounted for: lace, tulle and oodles of draping chiffons. We can already spot the dresses that are going to be crowd pleasers. The entire Monique Lhuillier Fall 2012 Bridal collection can be seen in the full gallery by clicking here.
We see a ton of brides on The Wedding Chicks wearing Nicole Miller wedding gowns. Her gowns always been for the no-fuss bride looking for clean lines and a gorgeous silhouette. Nicole Miller 2012 bridal collection has a little bit retro and a splash of vintage all mixed into one classy collection.
Some of the stand out numbers are a beautiful allover lace number with subtle beading and a flared silhouette, as well as a matte faille strapless gown in ivory. You can see all the gowns by clicking here. Be sure to let us know if you will be wearing a Nicole Miller we would love to know.
A graduate of the Employers’ Federation School of Haute Couture, Paris, Suzanne Ermann learned with the greatest designers: Chanel, Chantal Thomas, Mugler.
In 1991 she opened her first boutique in the Marais district, Paris. Often considered as a pioneer, Suzanne has imposed her style, classic with a modern twist.
Suzanne Ermann wedding and evening dresses are now distributed all over the world. Either traditional or innovative, her fresh, elegant and modern creations meet the aspirations of the woman of today. Her signature: pleats, hoops and her famous curls that come to life at the slightest motion.
See the entire wedding collection here.
Bring on the lace and details from Watters Wedding Gowns. These high fashion, couture wedding gowns have all the glitz and glam that you are looking for. They use luxurious fabrics, appliqués, and aesthetic design techniques to make incredibly fetching pieces. Love the lace mermaid gown above and hat amazing sash.
The entire collection is quite striking. We even have some dresses from WToo Brides Collection. Still considered couture and stylish but, a bit more on the affordable side. See all the dresses here and do share with us what you think.
If you have not heard of our next dress designer, Ivy & Aster, then prepare to be wooed.
Pretty little dresses in perfect little styles. From flirty tea length dresses to full fancy ruffled wedding gowns. They recently launched their 2011 Collection, which you can see by clicking here, along with their past gowns so you can get the full picture of what they are all about.
All of the sweet and lovely images you see here are photographed by Elizabeth Messina.