Trends We’d Love to See in 2016 – Bridal Fashion
by Brides of Oklahoma December 28
2015 is coming to a close and we’ve loved every minute of it! As we wrap up another year of sharing the most fabulous Oklahoma weddings and the talented vendors that brought them to life, we couldn’t help but reflect on some of our favorite wedding details found within the pages of the mags. Over the next week, we’ll be looking back at our favorite wedding trends found in the 2015 issues from gorgeous wedding gowns to awe-worthy florals! We’re kicking off the week with a look at our favorite bridal fashion. This year has been full of fabulous looks for brides, bridesmaids and even the groom! Take a look at these trending looks that have us in style heaven, and stay tuned each day to see what trends we hope stick around for 2016! Cheers to the new year!
What better way to stand out on your wedding day than with a gorgeous dramatic back? These brides knew just how to make a statement with jaw-dropping details on their couture wedding dress design!
Photo| Candi Coffman Photography, Bella Rose Bridal, The Bridal Boutique, Facchianos, Birdie Blooms, Oklahoma Memorial Union, Chelsey Ann Artistry, Gibson Events
Photo| Ely Fair Photography, Moliere Bridal, Birdie Blooms
Photo| Ely Fair Photography, J.J. Kelly Bridal Salon
Photo| Ely Fair Photography, The French Bouquet, The Mayo Hotel
Mix & Match Maids
While we know this trend didn’t make its debut this year, it’s definitely here to stay! We love giving maids the freedom to change up the shade and style of their gown while still perfectly fitting into the overall look of the wedding day!
Photo| Candi Coffman Photography, Poppy Lane Design, J.J. Kelly Bridal Salon, Chelsey Ann Artistry, Gibson Events, Blo.
Photo| Prim, Juniper Designs, The Bridal Boutique, Blo., Leslie Herring Events, Gaylord-Pickens Museum, Home of the Oklahoma Hall of Fame, HolliB Photography.
Photo | Prim, Tony Foss Flowers, Leslie Herring Events, HolliB Photography.
Photo | Prim, Juniper Designs, The Rooftop at Plenty Mercantile, Chelsey Ann Artistry, Choate House.
Boys in Blue
We love that grooms now more than ever have the freedom to go beyond the traditional black tux and show off a more edgy side with suits in varying shades of blue!
Photo | Amanda Watson Photography, Poppy Lane Design
Photo | Ely Fair Photography, Emerson Events
Photo | Aubrey Marie Photography
Featured in this Post
Bella Rose Bridal - Edmond
Poppy Lane Design
Tony Foss Flowers
Amanda Watson Photography
Chelsey Ann Artistry
The Venue at PLENTY Mercantile
Other Local Vendors: Gibson Events, Candi Coffman Photography, J.J. Kelly Bridal Salon, Moliere Bridal, The Bridal Boutique, Facchianos Bridal & Formal Attire, Birdie Blooms, The French Bouquet, Emerson Events, Ely Fair Photography, Juniper Designs, blo., Leslie Herring Events, Bella Bridesmaids, Aubrey Marie Photography