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Elizabeth Fillmore Spring 2015 Wedding Dresses

Elizabeth Fillmore | MCV Photo | The Knot Blog
Elizabeth Fillmore's Spring 2015 collection stays true to her signature feminine, bohemian style with airy garden tulle,  crochet embroidered chiffon and lace French lace applique. Modest necklines give way to daring low backs, while sequin lace and floating tulle give gowns a soft, romantic look. 

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Matthew Christopher Fall 2014 Wedding Dresses

Matthew Christopher always knows how to mix modern with classic, and this collection was no different. The designer created gowns with traditional shapes and cuts, but used details (check out the gorgeous beading and embroidery) that add major drama.     Photos... read more

Judd Waddell Fall 2014 Wedding Dresses

Judd Waddell Fall 2014 | MCV Photo | The Knot Blog
Judd Waddell's Fall 2014 collection has something for every bride from shapely trumpet gowns to full-skirted, airy ball gowns and youthful dresses with spaghetti straps. Delicate lace, shimmering beaded belts and layers of horsehair trimmed cascades added subtle, yet unique touches to each gown. read more

Augusta Jones Fall 2014 Wedding Dresses

Augusta Jones wowed us with this fall 2014 collection that's full of the designer's signature clean lines. These contemporary dresses showcase amazing detailing and sheer sleeves for added romance and femininity. Photos... read more

Vera Wang Spring 2015 Wedding Dresses

Vera Wang Spring 2015 | The Knot Blog
For her Spring 2015 collection, Vera Wang went seriously dark and edgy. Models donned smudged brown eye shadow and dewy lips for an almost hollow, haunted look. Each look mixed her simple, airy style with an added seductive edge. Sumptuous silk charmeuse, corded lace, detailed appliques and intricate construction made a bold statement in all of... read more

Austin Scarlett Spring 2015 Wedding Dresses

For his Spring 2015 collection, Austin Scarlett takes classic, feminine silhouettes and infuses them with Old Hollywood glamour for an elegant, timeless appeal. Column gowns are brought to life with dramatic, structured trains  in horsehair, silk challis and silk duchess satin. Illusion necklines and beaded tulle add a soft, romantic touch, while alluring low backs make a bold... read more

Jenny Lee Spring 2015 Wedding Dresses

Jenny Lee Spring 2015 | Kurt Wilberding | The Knot blog
Jenny Lee's Spring 2015 collection of wedding dresses showcased feminine curves, lace detailing and leaf motif appliques. Gathered satin mixed with lace and tulle for a distinctly bridal design.

Photos by Kurt Wilberding

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Naeem Khan Spring/Summer 2015 Wedding Dresses

Naeem Khan Spring/Summer 2015 | MCV Photo | The Knot Blog
Naeem Khan's Spring/Summer 2015 collection stunned with intricate embroidery in statement-making patterns, gorgeous bead work, and floral appliques. Feminine silhouettes mixed with red carpet glamour for truly eye-catching designs. Every detail was meticulously planned, down to the daring, jewel-encrusted hand and ear cuffs. Naeem Khan's newest collection of bold wedding dresses and accessories seriously delivers.  


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Live Updates From Bridal Fashion Week – Day 3

Bridal Fashion Week is officially underway, and we're seriously impressed! Check out our editors' behind-the-scenes coverage of day three below, featuring Maggie Sotterro, Amsale, Ines Di Santo, Kenneth Pool, Naeem Khan and much more. Plus, make sure to stay up to date with our live Bridal Market blog! 2 more of Naeem Khan's Spring/Summer 2015... read more

Anne Barge Spring 2015 Wedding Dresses

Anne Barge's spring 2015 collection took vintage styles and added a modern twist. The designer's trademark attention to detail is reflected throughout the collection with intricate beading and embroidery. These classic cuts will make any bride look timeless, yet modern on her wedding day. read more
Accept that you might not actually be able to press pause on the compulsive wedding chatter. Hey, you're excited, and that's cool! But expecting one or two people to listen to all of it? Too much. Share the love. Spread the obsessing out over a wider circle of friends (that's what cubemates are for, right?) and space it out, so you can spare them all, including your fiance, from bride (that would be you) burnout.
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