If you’re as obsessed with wedding dresses as I am, you’re going to love today’s post. From classic and chic to boho and flowy and everything in between, this year has brought us the loveliest of gowns. Before we head into 2018, let’s take a look back at some of my recent favorites!
This Rosa Clara smooth satin sheath dress was decked out with bling around the waist, shoulders, and back. And let me tell you…it was STUNNING! Corrine accented it with a white faux fur wrap for her January wedding, perfectly playing the part of a gorgeous winter bride. Obsessed doesn’t even begin to describe it.
Bonnie created the dress of her dreams with this two piece mix and match number. The WToo sweetheart neck lace bodice paired beautifully with a tiered ruffled skirt from Martina Liana. The silhouette is the stuff dreams are made of.
The long lace sleeves, the deep V front, the low cut back…Mara looked like a boho wedding princess in her dress. It went perfectly with the eclectic, relaxed vibe of her and Matthew’s farm affair.
Michelle’s ruched bodice and ruffled skirting reminds me so much of my own wedding dress. Perhaps that’s why I love it so much. But more likely, it’s because Michelle looked like a modern day princess in the Maggie Sottero number. Just look at those layers!
This Daughters of Simone dress will stop you in your tracks. It’s antique lace and off-the-shoulder necklace is still leaving me swooning. It was literally perfect for Ashley and David’s carefree, woodsy wedding.
The beading on this Christina Wu gown is mesmerizing, and the art deco inspired pattern brought vintage vibes to this otherwise modern wedding. Lisa shocked people when she decided to cut the train off, but the rest of the gown is so beautiful, I didn’t miss it one bit.
I hope the blush pink wedding dress trend never goes out of style. Kelsey looked so on point when she donned this Lazaro number. Adding a beaded belt and drop crystal earrings, this bride looked feminine and fierce all at the same time.
Another bride that opted for color was Emmy. Her sage green and ivory BHLDN dress featured a lace top and chiffon skirting. Worn with ivory TOMS, it fit in amazingly with the rest of this muted, low key farm wedding.
Hayley Paige does it again with Natalie’s encrusted spaghetti strapped gown. A criss-cross back and airy skirt, coupled with the serious bling on the bodice, make this dress an easy pick for one of my favorites!
Sweet and dainty, Jeni’s Rue de Siene dress featured feminine lace and girly patterns. The most unique feature though was the pointed train that gave a different look to the back of this dress. I’m still dreaming of this one!
I’ve saved the best for last. Hands down, Zia’s Nicole Miller dress was my absolute favorite. 3D lace flowers, thick straps, and a V neck…let’s just all bow down to the queen. I’ve never seen anything like this!!!
Which wedding dress was your favorite? Why did you love it so much! Comment below, and then keep your eyes peeled the rest of this month as I reveal more of my favorites from 2017!