Pinterest’s Top Bridal Style Trends for Weddings in 2018
If you're getting married in 2018, wedding prep is about to get so much easier. Sure, you've got these celebrity-inspired winter wedding hairstyles to get the ball rolling on your bridal bun selection process... but when it comes to what to wear (AKA the most important part), study up on Pinterest's top trends in bridal style for 2018 to make dress shopping a breeze.
Veiled Flower Crown: We're calling it — the flower crown veil will be making its way back into your hearts in 2018. (Photo via My Wedding Guides)
Corset Bodices: The beaded corset top on this detailed Art Deco style is flawless. (Photo via Gali Karten Collection)
Vintage Buttons: Romantic details and intricate vintage buttons are having a major moment. (Photo via Paper and Lace)
Statement Sleeves: Expect to spot statement sleeves in nuptial wear this season. (Photo via Archive 12)
Bold Bodices: This year, minimalist straps and strapless gowns will be balanced with structured bodices. (Photo via Tayana Mereny UK)
Black Accents: Marchesa debuted this stunning above-the-knee wedding dress with sophisticated black trim on the runway. (Photo via Vogue)
Reception Dresses: Many brides are changing into shorter styles for the reception, like this Tadashi Shoji number for petite brides. (Photo via Extra Petite)
Pearls: Get ready to see lots of sexy backs with pops of pearl detailing and iridescent touches. (Photo via Galia Lahav)
Jumpsuits: Turn to a nuptial jumpsuit or trousers like this Rebecca Schoneveld Lucas Jumpsuit ($1,200) for a fun way to add a little edge this year.
Overskirts: Overskirts are the perfect option for red-carpet-inspired modern brides. (Photo via Rime Arodaky)
Oversized Bows: This stunning Lanvin number made the oversized-bow trend a classic. (Photo via Brides via Sam Blake)
Ruffles: Obsessed doesn't even begin to express how we feel about the fluttering ends in Naeem Khan's Fall 2018 Bridal Collection. (Photo via Name Khan)
Bare Shoulders: OTS styles of all varieties are still happening in a big way this year. (Photo via The Lane)
Lace Sleeves: Bishop sleeves become downright magical when made of lace. (Photo via Costarellos Bridal)
Sport Illusion Silos: Spice up a minimalist sheath dress with subtle lace and tulle upgrades like on this Vera Wang White Cap Illusion Lace Sheath ($1,000).
Bridal Rompers: Brides are getting playful with all kinds of non-traditional lengths and styles. (Photo via Lakum Collection)
Three-Quarter Sleeves: This Badgley Mischka Collection Long Sleeve Dress ($295) proves that 2018 is showing major love to retro brides.
Flower Crowns Atop Veils: A rose-adorned flower crown atop your veil will make your photos unforgettable. (Photo via Green Wedding Shoes)
Bridal Headpieces: This flapper-inspired, beaded veil brings back the glam of the roaring '20s. (Photo via The Lane)
Illusion Lace Necklines: Illusion necklines and chantilly lace are two more popular styles to consider for your big day. (Photo via Justin Alexander)
Greenery: Brides won't skimp on woodland vibes of greenery in their bridal look this year. (Photo via Junebug Weddings)
Layers Upon Layers: Flowing layers are currently a must for fairy-tale weddings. (Photo via Alta Moda Bridal)
Diamonds Accents: Along with pearls, diamonds will be making a sparkling entrance onto bodices and necklines. (Photo via Allyson James)
Deep V Necklines and Floral Appliqué: Oscar de la Renta paired low necklines with delicate floral appliqué for a stunning combo. (Photo via WWD)
Capes and Capelets: Prepare for one of the most raved-about wedding style trends to emerge in 2018 courtesy of this Gibson Bespoke Lakshmi Beaded Crystal Pearl Silk Train ($546).
Embellished Straps: If a capelet is a little too daring for your taste, decked-out straps like the ones featured in this Zakaa Quentin Dress Straps ($320) will bring just enough bling.
Minimalist Tiaras: This Davie & Chiyo Victoria Crown ($240) is one popular way to get creative with your bridal style. Boho brides need raw crystals, obvi.
Nuptial Outerwear: Keep cozy with an edgy little topper made out of lace. (Photo via Style Me Pretty via Greg Finck)
Flutter Sleeves: We live for those bohemian lace sleeves as seen on this Daughters of Simone X Revolve Rori Gown ($1,437).
Slate Coloring: Reach for this Cathy Telle Blue Grey Boho Wedding Dress With Lace ($1,750) if you're in the mood for the blue slate trending shade.
Belts: If you were wondering whether to pass on a sparkling bridal belt, the answer is no. (Photo via Hello May)
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