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Spring 2017 Wedding Trends

Hey friends! This is another post I did for the Meant to Be blog. If you can’t tell, weddings make me happy. If you’re a bride this spring or just curious about what trends are showing up this season, keep on reading!

Warmer temperatures and frequent rain showers mean one thing: spring has finally sprung! Spring is a perfect season for weddings. Beautiful weather, the possibility of a rainy photo op, and gorgeous blooms everywhere…what could be better? Read on to learn about fun wedding trends to incorporate into your springtime wedding day!

1. 3-D florals: As Miranda Priestly noted, florals for spring aren’t exactly groundbreaking. However, making them three-dimensional steps things up a notch! 3-D florals add texture and a touch of whimsy to your bridal look. This tea-length Two by Rosa Clara gown features the sweetest flowers along the hemline. Kate McDonald’s Essex top also has gorgeous 3-D detailing. (Images via Pinterest.)

2. Colored dresses: Blush has ruled the wedding world for the last couple of years when it comes to alternative dress colors. Good news for bold brides: there are more pretty pastel hues to choose from! Champagne, lilac, and blue make gorgeous bridal colors. Don’t be afraid to branch out if you love a colored dress. My grandmother got married in 1960 in blush silk. White is classic, but colored dresses are by no means non-traditional. Pictured: Hayley Paige’s Nicoletta has layers of luscious lavender and this deep champagne Martina Liana has a stunning train.  (Images via Pinterest.)

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