Bride Chic: Spring 2010 Wedding Dress Trend- Nature Inspired

By Azure Nelson, Published Oct 16, 2009

About Bride Chic I'm starting a series where we're going to be taking a closer look at some of the most popular trends coming up in 2010. We'll start with nature, the catalyst of a bucolic movement we're seeing in bridal wear, embracing all things living: Flowers, leaves and feathers are showing up on wedding dresses with interesting applications whether printed, embroidered or applied. Photo 1: Retro lines and a major border embroidered in bright tones add pizazz to the white dress bride. Photo 2: Printed taffeta with floral and tulle skirt on the catwalk of Atelier Aimee Montenapoleone. Photo 3: Rose pastel applied detail on a wide white line, supported by hoops, by Fio Couture. Photo 4: Baby pink and a flower in grace this taffeta gown by Valentini. Photo 5: Voile printed in pastel colors and sprays of roses as decoration, from the parade of Atelier Aimee Montenapoleone. Photo 6: Corolle printed and applied in detail on a classic pleated fabric, of Elisabeth B.

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