The 2011 Collection of Wedding Gowns are whimsical, embellished, romantic, classic, unique & dimensional! Those are some varied descriptions we know… but there are so many styles out there that it is definitely a great time to be a Bride! You have tons of options to choose from!
We are so excited to start seeing the 2011 Wedding Gown Trends come to life in some amazing dresses and are happy to share them with you! A lot of what we’ve been seeing in the 2011 gowns are a new interpretation of some of the 2010 trends, with romantic flairs and dimensional eye candy, with a few of those trends simply carrying over to the 2011 collections!
One of our 2010 Wedding Fair Fashion Show Sponsors, The Wedding Shoppe, has joined us for this special feature Blog as we share with you some of the dresses showcasing the hottest trends for 2011! We love The Wedding Shoppe! A very well-known and respected Bridal & Formalwear shop in St. Paul, they offer competitive pricing and a true focus on customer service. They attribute their growing success to brides and grooms who share their great experience at The Wedding Shoppe with their friends and family! They have a wonderful Blog that you should definitely check out (after you read this of course).
Pretty Floral Appliques and Three Dimensional Eye Candy!
This strapless full a-line tulle gown is breathtaking. It features a ruched bodice that accentuates your natural waist beautifully. The double tier hem is adorned with tulle flower petals making this gown a dream come true for any bride who wants to feel like a princess. (Calais by San Patrick)
This gown is full of pretty embellishments and we love it. It features organza over satin with embroidered lace and floral, rhinestones, crystal beading, pearl and metallic accents with a semi-cathedral train. (Style 2114 by Alfred Angelo)
This pretty gown features stunning flower enhancements and is definitely a treat for the eyes! It features organza over satin and focused crystal beading, sequin & pearl accents, with chapel train. (Style 2115 by Alfred Angelo)
This stunning dress of Peau de Soie satin and tulle features embroidered, venice lace appliqués that create drama in this style. The fit and flare silhouette and v-shaped neckline combine for a beautiful design. The empire waist is accented with a ruched satin band and Swarovski crystal detail. The delicate three-dimensional detailing continues throughout as the sweep train completes this gown. (Style 8751 by Allure)
A fabulous fit and flare design perfect for the fashion forward bride. Rich taffeta ruches delicately throughout the entire slim silhouette while floral embellishments adorn the one-shouldered design and accent the fitted skirt. (Style 8760 by Allure)
Ruffle, ruffles everywhere! (and we love them!)
This trumpet style wedding gown is made of high quality Garza fabric and lace. Rich ruffle details flow throughout the chapel length skirt creating a romantic and graceful look. This dress makes a statement of sophistication and elegance. (Candor by San Patrick)
Tulle & Lace make a statement!
This stunning lace gown draws attention to your beautiful feminine figure with its mermaid silhouette but is masked by the elegant tulle & lace overlay. The flowy skirt and structured under skirt make this the perfect combination of chic sophistication and romance. (Finisterre by Pronovias)
This romantic, satin gown is created from soft organza over satin. The sweetheart neckline features spaghetti straps as a ruched band and floral pin accent the empire waistline. The organza skirt is trimmed with delicate lace appliqués at the hem and on the train. (Style 8756 by Allure)
This dropped waist, a-line tulle and lace gown is exceptionally romantic. The strapless bodice is accented by the beautiful lace overlay and crystal brooch under the bust line. The optional lace jacket makes this gown a perfect style choice for both the cooler and warmer months of the year. For the bride who wants a chic and graceful gown, this is her choice! (Carpatos by San Patrick)
Short, Flirty & Fun
This gorgeous ball gown is created from rich taffeta. The fitted bodice features a sweetheart neckline, delicate embroidery, and Swarovski crystals. The romantic ball gown skirt is highlighted with soft pickups and a chapel length train. (Style 8752 by Allure)
The Wedding Shoppe features dresses by all of the Designers featured on this Blog. Visit The Wedding Shoppe here and make sure and check out their Facebook page (for specials, events, contests and tons of information about everything wedding!)
Have you selected your wedding dress? Tell us about it!
Stay tuned for 2011 Wedding Gown Trends (Part 2) coming soon…