When it comes to choosing your spring wedding dress, you will be spoilt for choice. There are so many gorgeous styles around right now – short or long, lace or silk, sleeves or strapless. Here are 8 elegant gowns from Forget Me Not Designs perfect for this season…
A 50s-inspired classic, Reubens is a pretty tea-length gown with a boat neck, satin-edged petticoats and a fixed, bow front belt. You can finish the look with a birdcage veil and get some height into your beehive!
Bellini is a Forget Me Not favourite. Cut from a soft chantilly style lace, it skims off the hips to show just a little definition around your bottom. The very feminine soft cap sleeves use the natural scallop of the lace and cover the top of your arms beautifully. The design is finished off with pearl buttons and pearl beading around the neckline.
Luigi is soft and dreamy. Softly pleated lace is stretched over the bodice and set off by a vintage pearl motif and 20 metres of whimsical tulle. Just imagine the photos with a gentle breeze billowing the skirt. Simply beautiful!
Paola is a fusion of silk dupion and beaded lace. The lace bodice is cut wide over the shoulder and fastened with a single button behind the neck to show your early spring tan. The semi-fitted plain skirt is edged around the hem with a matching lace scallop.
Carlotta is an updated version of the Forget Me Not classic, Anguilla. We have chosen a new lighter lace that is cut to skim over the hips and show some modest curves. We have added 3/4 sleeves for effortless elegance and a satin sash with the palest pink silk rose. If you’re a chilly soul, a sleeve is a very feminine answer to your prayers.
If you want a fun-filled wedding, this is the dress for you! You can party all day and all night in this sparkling bodice with layers of tulle and silk organza over Rock ‘n’ Roll petticoats. Finished with a satin band and silk rose around the waist, just add a 50s-inspired lace gloves to complete the look!
The Bloomsbury girls are our nod to the Great Gatsby and the glamour of the 1920s and 1930s. Made with a looser, less structured fit, the soft embroidered lace of Constance falls from the high waist and is embellished with a vintage brooch.
Daisy is actually a soft satin bias slip worn under a lace overlay. There is intricate beadwork and detail to the lace bodice and a choice of belt details for the drop waist. Great if you want to really personalise your gown.