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Donna Salado uses beads and chiffon in this wonderfully sophisticated wedding dresses fishtail gown, with pretty buttons down the almost-backless back. The flowing fishtail itself is subtle and gentle but still full of impact.

If you find yourself longing for a strapless style or something ultra sexy and a little more daring – illusion dresses have really taken a turn towards this trend in the last few years. Fashion-forward illusional necklines and backs combine with shear yet sophisticated fabrics, layers and overlays. This is where embellishments really come into their own!

A favourite of celebrity brides including Michelle Keegan and Beyoncé, Galia Lahav's Bridal Gala collection includes glamorous gowns such as this dazzling sequin embellished wedding dress, with a plunging neckline and cinched waist. Just gorgeous.

This blush wedding dress of dreams is from Monique Lhuillier's AW20 collection. A go-to long prom dresses designer for celebrity brides, including Reese Witherspoon and Britney Spears, we'd love to see this on a famous bride-to-be like Jennifer Lawrence.

Ralph and Russo have combined a classic ball gown with beautiful, romantic flower embroidery, heavenly added textures a chiffon overlay and a sophisticated illusion neckline to create this piece of ultimate bridal beauty. This dress is fit for a queen and we don’t think you’ll ever want to take it off…

This Berta embroidered gown is full of sparkle, pizzaz and illusions. Sultry, sexy and uber glam the daring neckline is full of drama and the double layer skirt adds to the alluring quality of this shimmering fairy-like gown.

Weddings are gradually coming back into perspective. And now that 2021 boasts all the promise of re-scheduled nuptials, now might be the time to consider investing in a great (but affordable) wedding dress. two piece homecoming dresses Because 'high street' doesn't have to leave you 'high-ly' embarrassed on your wedding day. There are plenty of brilliant, affordable, even bordering on 'cheap' wedding dresses that still have that luxurious feeling out there, in silks, tulle, lace and all of the trimmings you'd expect of a bridal gown. So whether you're looking for a vintage style wedding dress, or a heavily embellished design, or even something simple in a midi length, there is surely an option for you among these

The modern wedding has become less about going-to-the-chapel tradition, more about choosing your own adventure. If you’re Karlie Kloss, this means taking a couple of months between saying ‘I do’ and the first dance. For Idris Elba, it was a three-day extravaganza in Morocco. Even the Duchess of Sussex broke a couple of age-old customs at her royal wedding, because why should anyone have to follow the rules when it comes to celebrating their personal love story?

Helpfully, the biggest wedding trend for 2020 is individuality. The industry is evolving, which thankfully means brides are no longer pigeon-holed in either the 'traditional' or 'boho' category. Plus, guests no longer endure a summer of déjà vu at a series of identikit weddings (are we really still tossing bouquets?)

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“Over the last few years I have seen a change in how couples want to plan their weddings,” says Elizabeth Walshe of Weddings by Elizabeth Walshe. “They are more inclined to choose modern, contemporary celebrations creating an ambience or a mood, as opposed to being led by trends, colours and themes.”

Here, Vogue breaks down the 2020 wedding trends to consider when planning your own bespoke big day.

Posted on September, 16 2020 11:59:34 AM

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