Catwalks are crowded with the most covetable wedding dresses as bridal designers and retailers alike reveal their new collections for 2017. With Harrogate just past and New York not far away, here at Wedding Ideas HQ it really is all about the dress this week, and, with so many dreamy gowns gracing our eyes, we’ve been dying to share some with you ahead of our November fashion issue! Prepare to be blown away by some of the most beautiful wedding dresses that you’ll love for 2017!
We love the way the floaty, feminine ruffles contrast with the more structured embellished bodice – this design gives the princess dress a dreamy makeover!
For the style-focussed bride, a statement wedding gown will steal your heart. The high neckline, draped sleeves and sparkles throughout make this dress showstopping.
Elegant and graceful, this understated cowl neck design with a small train is flawless.
Pair a sweeping, full skirt with a delicate and detailed bodice for beautiful style. We are loving the trend for wedding dresses that experiment with necklines – the fabric creates the beloved sweetheart style while the embellishments raise the neck for a more modest finish.
Designer to the stars, Jenny Packham’s gorgeous gowns are always a favourite here at Wedding Ideas. Well known for her glamorous and glitzy designs, the ‘Cora’ dress also proves her simpler styles are equally stunning.
It’s all in the details when it comes to wedding dresses! Button backs, whether illusion or real, are dainty touches that many brides love, especially when they trail for the length of the dress and train!
If you’re tying the knot in autumn or winter and unsure whether to include sleeves, the elbow-length lace sleeves on ‘Bella Rosa’ with scalloped edging are the ideal midpoint.
This figure-hugging dress from Mori Lee just oozes style. If you want a sensational low-back but don’t want to feel too exposed, this is the dress for you!
The fit and flare ‘Dominique’ dress by True Bride will celebrate your curves. The pretty straps offer a more comfortable and supportive way to wear the sweetheart neckline without having to be strapless.
Give the traditional A-line skirt a fresh look for 2017 by pairing it with a higher neckline. The continuous fabric throughout lets the shape of the gown do all the talking.
If floor-length ball gowns aren’t your cup of tea, try tea-length dresses instead! You’ll fall for this design by Sassi Holford – the waterfall skirt plays with lengths for a floaty and whimsical bridal style.
If you’re loving the separates trend but still have your heart set on a dress, the ‘Griffyn’ gown by Maggie Sottero with its cut-out waist might be your perfect match!
Rasha’s designs are perfect for the bold bride who wants style and comfort to come effortlessly hand in hand.
This MiaMia dress is the ideal balance between beautiful embellishments and a subtler style, as the decorative bodice trails off around the hips, with the designs echoed in smaller motifs on the skirt.
Flowing lace and puddle trains are just so romantic. Fall for this Justin Alexander gown for a dress you’ll love not just for your big day, but for years.
The floating layers of fabric that make the skirt of ‘Chantel’, coupled with the light capped-sleeves make it the dream dress for a whimsical, airy bridal style.
Combine the fairytale princess dress with a figure-hugging fishtail in this Amanda Wyatt design. You’ll have the best of both worlds and look simply beautiful!
Whatever styles have got your heart fluttering, make sure it’s the right style to suit your shape with these wedding dress mistakes to avoid.