If You're a 2019 Bride, These Are Going to Be the Big Wedding Dress Trends

Experts told us so.

Every day when I'd to walk to school, I'd pass a bridal boutique on my route. The older I got, the longer I'd stare, nose practically pressed at against the window, taking in every detail of the gorgeous wedding dresses before me. My obsession with bridal gowns has only intensified in adulthood, and even though I tied the knot four years ago, I still find myself pouring over wedding atelier Instagram accounts, lapping up the lace, tulle and embellishment like an addict.

Much like fashion, wedding dress trends also come and go. Over the years we've seen everything from Bardot necklines to pink hues peak in popularity, only to quietly take a backseat when new silhouettes, textures and details come to the design forefront. So, what's next? I'm glad you asked.

Instead of looking into a crystal ball, I decided to speak to some of the most influential people in the wedding dress industry—think Kate Halfpenny from Halfpenny London, Louie Tew from TH&TH and Megan Ziems from Grace Loves Lace—to decode the top wedding dress trends in 2019. What they told me makes me want to get married all over again. Keep scrolling to see what 2019 has in store when it comes to wedding dress trends.

Style your hair in an updo to really show off this gorgeous backless cut.
If there was ever a dress that would allow you to wear Carrie Bradshaw–style statement shoes on your big day, this is it.
The knotted bodice detail provides a modern alternative to ultra-feminine bows.
This dress looks as if Grace Kelly would have worn it, and that can only be a good thing. We also love how the overlay skirt is detachable—ideal for the after dark part of your big day.
No one will ever guess this gown cost less than £200. Stunning.
Because how many times in your life can you wear a dress so beautiful? Don't let this opportunity pass you by.
The detailing on this dress is a work of art. 
Featuring a sheer hem and mid-section, this Self-Portrait dress looks sexy but chic at once—a hard combination to crack.
The tie straps, the ornate lace, the tulle skirt… everything a bride-to-be could possibly want.
Simple but stunning, wear this new Grace Loves Lace style with a long, minimal veil to keep further enhance the clean silhouette.
Consider this dress a beautiful blank canvas. Try accessorising this dress with a beaded or crystal belt.
This dress will flatter just about every body type.
Beyond chic, this midi dress is just the thing for a town hall ceremony. 
Layer a cropped jacket over this gown for winter weddings. 
Choose your shoes wisely, as the side-split means they'll be on full view.
Pair this pretty mini with pointed flats and a bejewelled Alice band.
The high neckline and long sleeves make this frock ideal for outdoor ceremonies.
The bandeau neckline means there's many a layering opportunity to be had. Just think how chic it would look with a cream mohair sweater underneath.
Give your service a stylish feel with this cute crop top.
Matching the crop top above, these wide-leg trousers cancel out any flesh on-show ensuring you look wholly sophisticated.
Did someone say beach wedding? 
This blazer will look equally sleek paired with matching shorts (see below) or layered over a tulle floor-sweeper.
Shorts are totally acceptable as big day attire—especially when they're made from gorgeous structured satin.

Whether you're betrothed and looking for the perfect ring or, like us, simply enjoy looking at sparkly things, acquaint yourself with 2019's top engagement ring trends.

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