Looking for some fresh and fashionable wedding dress inspo for your big day? You've come to the right place! Take a peek at the top wedding dress trends of 2024 that we at Camilles of Wilmington are absolutely LOVING right now!
Minimalist Dresses: We're seeing a continued rise in sleek, simple designs that showcase an effortless elegance. The idea behind this trend is that the less your dress sparkles, the more YOU will shine in it. Less is more, as they say!
11316 - ADORE by Justin Alexander
Exposed Corsets & Prominent Boning: Say hello to your most sculpted self yet with the incredible structure provided by added boning! Not only does this accentuate your natural hourglass shape, it lends a sexy nod to any style, whether visible behind mesh or a more subtle look with a lined bodice.
Missy - Rebecca Ingram
Off-the-Shoulders: Show off your decollete and shoulders with a trendy off-the-shoulder style, which provides a lovely combination of grace and allure. This is especially ideal when you're on the fence about wearing sleeves -- the off-shoulder cap sleeve covers a common area of concern on the arms for many brides, but without the confinement or prominence of a traditional sleeve.
Zinaida - Maggie Sottero
Square Necklines: We are obsessed with the comeback of square necklines, and especially when they feature a geometric plunge! This neckline is universally flattering on most body types and exceptionally well-structured for our brides with fuller busts.
LW66304 - Lillian West
Modern-Vintage Lace: While the vintage vibe has been en vogue for several seasons now, we love the return of mixed lace appliqués over soft, flowy, Chantilly lace paired with an ultra modern neckline. Be on the lookout for less rose-in-bloom lace patterns and a rise in leafy, vine-like silhouettes in this year's appliqués.
Cambria - Maggie Sottero
Statement Sleeves: These gals are making a comeback in a big way and are the perfect detail to add a romantic touch to any wedding dress. Whether you're going for a more traditional look or something more modern, puff sleeves and balloon sleeves are oh-so chic and can be worn across style profiles.
12146 - Morilee
1221 - Madeline Gardner
Non-Traditional Colors: White/Ivory isn't the only color option for wedding dresses. We're seeing a surge in more non-traditional color choices, but especially in soft hues like pinks and blues. Pair it with a basque waistline or statement sleeves that are sure to make you stand out. Or, choose a dress that features soft colors in 3D floral appliqués!
Emmanuelle - Maggie Sottero (also available in all-ivory)
Juniper - Sottero & Midgley (also available in all-ivory)
4151 - Morilee (also available in all-ivory)
Sparkle and Shine: Opposite of the Minimalist look, we're seeing brides adding glitz and glamour to their big day with shimmering dresses embellished with sequins, crystals beading, and/or pearls. It's the perfect way to add a little something "extra" to your special look and really turn the heads of your guests while you effortlessly glisten on the dance floor.
Doritte - Maggie Sottero