08 Nov Fall Favorite Wedding Gowns at New York Bride of Columbia
Rebecca Ingram, style Collette: Dramatic, alluring and memorable, this Carlo satin ballgown is stunning. Swarovski crystals and pearls define the halter neck complete with keyhole. The plunging V-back continues the sophistication. Enjoy a gorgeous beaded belt attached to the elegant pleated skirt that features pockets! Available sizes: 0-28. Available colors: Ivory, Diamond White or Alabaster (pictured above).
New York Bride & Groom Columbia has the 2018 fall bridal collections you have been swooning over. Visit our expansive bridal salon without making an appointment first! Our friendly and experienced team can answer any questions and help you find the ultimate wedding gown. Magical selection harmonizes with magical pricing at NYB&G! Discover more about this years’ hottest bridal trends below:
Collared Wedding Dresses
Fashion-forward and edgy or cute and coquettish, collared wedding dresses are back in style, having taken hold in the 1930s and 1950s. These days, anything goes, including halterneck and mesh-panel styles, meaning that you can wear this trend while still showing off some skin! One Fab Day showcases more of this year’s most memorable bridal trends.
Maggie Sottero, style Zander: Extravagance redefines itself with this romantic black wedding dress. Chantilly lace, layers of tulle and lace motifs adorn the sheer bodice with detailed long sleeves. 3D floral lace motifs accentuate the gown from the scoop back to the dramatic neckline. Modesty panel options are available for brides who prefer to show less cleavage. The voluminous ballgown tulle skirt is trimmed in horsehair. Available sizes: 0-28. Available colors: Black over Nude (pictured above), Ivory over Champagne/Champagne Accent, Ivory/Champagne Accent.
NYB&G Columbia Has Your Favorite Bridal Styles
From edgy, colored wedding dresses to timeless elegance and every bridal style in between, New York Bride & Groom is your first and last wedding dress destination. We stock an exciting variety of styles and sizes to ensure that there are plenty of perfect options for you to consider. Feeling bold and considering the unconventional black wedding dress? Perhaps, it is only “unconventional” in North America. Discover more about the origins of the black wedding gown below:
Queen Victoria was the first royal bride to wear all white to her wedding ceremony in 1842, sparking the tradition of the “white wedding.” Before this wedding in Europe, brides wore whatever color they pleased on their wedding day. However, traditional Roman Catholic brides in Spanish cultures wore black wedding dresses for a slightly morbid reason—to symbolize their devotion to marriage until death. Discover more wedding details, compliments of Curiosity
Rebecca Ingram, style Macey-Lynette: Classic elegance shimmers through lace motifs that dance over tulle. Enjoy the illusion back, illusion V-neck and illusion cap-sleeves for ultimate comfort. This formal A-line skirt features a horsehair trim for eye-catching detail. Try with the detachable belt adorned with Swarovski crystals sold separately. Available sizes: 0-28. Available colors: Ivory over Light Champagne (pictured above).
Visit New York Bride & Groom Columbia Today!
We have so many phenomenal wedding styles to share with you! Stop by to discover your best bridal options! With 2019 Spring collections arriving, there is always something new to delight in! We look forward to seeing you soon! Read more fun bridal details to consider below:
Push past any negative connotations about the color black in bridal because, honestly, it’s incredibly chic. Whether it be a touch of black or a daring head-to-toe look, don’t be afraid to incorporate this sultry shade into your wedding day wardrobe. Black dress details make a powerful and refined statement that is tastefully timeless.
Bows are not the only girly-girl redux we’ve seen this past year. Pearls are making a comeback and in a big way: from pearl embroideries to features like dress straps, necklines and in accessories, these are not just your grandmother’s “something old.” This dainty detail can feel organic, innovative, and gives looks an extra elegant feel. Check out Harper’s Bazaar for more exciting wedding trends.