Times are changing. Everyone claims to have a contemporary outlook on engagements, relationships and family life. But the big white wedding is still happening. And, the princess-like white wedding dress is never going to go out of fashion. Especially Italian Wedding Dresses.
Viva la sposa! Hurray for the bride!
Ready for a journey into the wondrous world of satin, silk and designer glamour?
Why choose Italian wedding dresses?
Choosing an Italian wedding dress means you’ll get the finest fabrics, manufacturing and finishing touches, whether you go for tulle and appliquè or a Princess-of-Wales style court train. Honestly, it’s not a story: the high quality tradition of Italian haute couture ensures you’ll spend the most wonderful day of your life in an exclusive, carefully designed Italian wedding dress.
What Italian wedding dresses are in style?
It’s hard to get the time-honored conventional bridal look out of one’s mind. But Italian wedding dresses feature much more than the wide fluffy gowns enhanced by lace and fine embroidery. Contemporary Italian wedding dress designers are showcasing gorgeously imaginative robes, devised to make each and every sposa unique
From the Italian wedding dresses runways
Who are the hottest Italian wedding dress designers?
According to premium bridalwear magazines and experts Galvan Sposa Mantova, Carlo Pignatelli, Maison Signore, Elisabetta Delogu, Enzo Miccio Bridal and Atelier Emè – together with the Spanish Pronovias with gowns created by Italian designer Alessandra Rinaudo – are the leading Italian wedding dress designer brands today.
2021 wedding look trends
What’s hip in 2021 bridal styles? What cutting-edge details are tomorrow’s brides going to choose? We’ve scanned the market, gone through the designs, asked the pros and come up with the top 6 Italian wedding dress trends for 2021
- The Slip-dress: what used to be an undergarment becomes a fashionable wedding dress. Delicate silk gowns with thin shoulder straps and cut on the bias
- The Mini dress: versatile and très chic. The mini dress rules.
- Puffed sleeves: audacious, voguish and very romantic. Designers are using puffed sleeves to enhance and customize mermaid-style and princess gowns.
- Capes and Stoles: lightweight wraps to cover or display the bride’s body
- Volumes: 3D flowers, drapery, pleats and plissé
- Collars, Bows and lots of Lace!
The Whimsical Winter Bride
Winter bride? Looking for a different, unconventional, offbeat touch? Leave the clichè behind, tie the know in winter and go for the hottest Vogue-reported bridal shoe trend…. 2021 winter brides are going to don shimmering ankle boots! The most faddish contemporary versions of Cinderella’s glass slippers will be in soft calfskin or transparent fabric, and include crystal appliques, satin ribbon, or fine straps.
Traditional Italian Wedding Dress
What about the traditional Italian wedding dress? Customarily the bride’s wedding dress is to be white. This is mainly because other colors have different meanings. As the story goes, in fact, ivory stands for confusion, i.e. a messy life, blue symbolizes honesty, pink may be bad luck as in a loss of money, and black means that the bride is remorseful.
But, above all, Italian wedding tradition demands that the bride not look at herself in the mirror with her dress on her wedding day. If she really has to she needs to take off an earring or shoe before doing so!