Bridal Fashion Week: Wedding Dress Designers You Should Know

We have some more insights about bridal fashion week with you, trendsetters! We are pleased to introduce ten wedding gown designers who will soon be on your feed and steal your heart.

Yesterday, we talked about the new trends that were seen on the New York City runways. We would be remiss not to praise the designers of many of the latest wedding dresses.

For many reasons, bridal Musings loves up-and-coming bridal houses and independent bridal shops. They are often on the cutting edge of design and can offer dresses no one else has worn.

We’ve selected some of the best new and long-time wedding dress designers we know.

Wells Bridal

L. Wells Brides will make your retro dreams a reality!

L. Wells Bridal’s latest collection is inspired by the 1970s movie ‘3 Women.’ It transports us to dusty California desert towns – a vintage wedding dream. Her latest gowns have a dreamy glow with airy fabrics, charming flutter sleeves, and sweet details. These dresses would look great frolicking in a wildflower grove or spring bloom.

Designer Lauren added a few eye-catching minis that can be worn on the wedding day, before or after. Structured, retro bows adorn an adorable lace jacket. The tiniest skirt is paired with a sexy crop top.

Even her alternative wears include a lavender item – which helped us declare that lavender was the new blush in our bridal week trend report. L. Wells Bridal lingerie will be available soon, we’ve heard!

The Law Bridal

The Law Bridal is back with more bridal masterpieces for relaxed brides.

The Law Bridal wedding dresses are handcrafted in Philadelphia using luxurious fabrics sourced with great care. They push the boundaries of contemporary wedding dress design. Megan’s designs depart from the conventional shapes of many commercial, contemporary designers. She uses architectural lines and new tops & bottoms to create new silhouettes.

The Law Bridal gowns are perfect for the unsure bride. Nearly all of her new and past collections pieces are available. The details can be styled in many different ways. Her separates are avant-garde sashes, sheer turtlenecks, and winter wedding-ready coats. She also has cool capelets, luxurious shawls, and a variety of other pieces.

Megan’s ability to style and restyle a gown into many different looks was a pure joy. She gave brides a new feeling for each event on their wedding day.

Emily Kotarski Bridal

Meet Emily Kotarski – your new best friend.

Emily designs in Charleston, South Carolina. Her gowns are unique and stunning, perfect for brides who want something special. You’ll find pretty shoulder bows on dramatic ball gowns. Custom vine and leaf motifs are featured on romantic lace gowns. And embellished flutter sleeve dresses will appeal to any modern woman.

One of her removable tops is our favorite (it goes with many of her gowns). These dresses feature a ‘trend-alert’ of the season – dramatic and airy blouson sleeve.

Lena Medoyeff

We’re not newbies in the world of bridal, but we are ready to see Lena Medoyeff’s fandom return to its rightful place.

Are you a fan of silk dresses that are both comfortable and sexy? Do you love ethical fashion? Do you love bridal bows or veils? Lena Medoyeff’s designs are so innovative that it is hard to find the perfect mountain to show our admiration for them.

Lena’s versatile designs went far beyond the traditional silk slip wedding gown during Bridal Fashion Week. You’ll find a variety of styles in her collection: edgy gowns with sweet bow details, comfortable shirt dresses with unexpected slips, and radical pieces that can be transformed from high-fashion neck bows into figure-flattering Greek goddess vibes.

Prea James Bridal

We predict that you will know her name soon. Rumors say several USA bridal salons have fallen in love just as much with the Australian designer at this year’s bridal market as we were when she first featured her gorgeous gowns.

Prea James Bridal creates modern, fashionable pieces with luxurious silk. The designer uses clean lines to create works that are more daring than others.

Dress up your silk dress with unique details such as two-toned fabrics, twists that will make you swoon, cut-outs to die for, and sheer jackets.

Jurgita Bridal

The Lithuanian designer Jurgita Bridal is a master of sparkles!

Seeing Jurgita’s dresses shimmer in the light that passed through the Manhattan hotel window was an absolute joy. The dresses are adorned with intricate beading and the tiniest sparkles that help you catch the light as you glide down the aisle or twirl throughout the night.

Her gowns have a ‘cool,’ boho vibe. They are not for an old-school princess but rather a fashion goddess.

Savannah Miller Bridal

Perhaps Savannah Miller has never been a part of your life, or maybe you are already devoted to the brand. But one thing is certain: Savannah Miller Bridal is set to dominate the cool girl bridal world.

Savannah’s gowns, which are part rock and roll and part glamour from the 30s, are as individual as the brides. You can choose from her stunning bias-cut dresses or make a bold statement in one of the cool, trendy separates. You’ll find rare mix-and-match beauties like hooded caps, airy caftans, and a bridal tuxedo with its lace trail among the collection’s seldom-seen mix-and-match beauties.

The gowns are adorned with trendy details, including pearls, low backs, and shoulder embellishments.

Kate McDonald Bridal

“Pure elegance” – that’s how we describe Kate McDonald’s style and gowns.

Kate’s wedding gowns reflect the Southern charm and color of Charleston, South Carolina, where she resides.

Kate McDonald has been a fan of her voluminous art for many years. Her new collection is sure to capture the hearts and minds of brides from all over the world. The dresses feature deep necklines and soft, romantic laces and still have her playful charm while also embracing some cutting-edge shapes.

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