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2018 Bridal Trends: The Bridal Separate

January 9, 2018

Are you a bride who loves to keep up with the newest wedding trends? Maybe you're looking for fresh ways to incorporate your personal style into your wedding? Bridal Separates may be for you! This trend has been sweeping the bridal industry and for good reason. Your wedding dress has never been more personalized! Now you can truly customize your gown to fit your own, unique personality. We find that brides are really loving the Separates, because in addition to having a custom dress, they feel like they have played a big part in choosing the dress' design. What bride wouldn't want to tell her guests she played a part in the design of her own wedding gown?

 

Bridal Separates gives you the option of combining a skirt and a top to create your own, custom gown. You can pair a dramatic, ball-gown skirt with a dainty, lace bodice, to a fitted bottom with an intricate, beaded top. These separates have even been designed in bold, crop tops if you're an adventurous bride. For the more conservative bride, you may choose a bodice that just sweeps the top of the skirt; creating a delicate and romantic vision. The possibilities are endless; you can create your own gown by deciding what design best fits your style, personality, and wedding.

 

 

In the recent years, we have seen a rising trend with brides who want more than one dress option for their wedding. Many brides have been choosing two gowns for their special day: the first-a more formal, conservative, wedding gown for the ceremony and the second- a trendy, bolder, gown to create an altogether different feel for the reception. Bridal Separates has made this easier and often-times, it can be a more cost effective method for your wedding day.  With Bridal Separates, a bride could wear a long-sleeved, romantic-lace top for her ceremony and afterward, change into a strapless crop with a fitted mermaid skirt for the reception. If you are having a formal church ceremony but a cocktail party for your reception, you may want to change from your full-length tulle to a tea length cocktail skirt. In addition to these unique gowns, many brides have found special occasions to wear part of their Bridal Separates again. They can pair the tops or skirts separately with other formal pieces in their closet. How's that for getting the most out of your bridal gown?

 

If you couldn’t tell, we are loving this exciting, bridal trend and the special flare that it can add to your, own unique wedding! Blush Bridal currently carries several different Moonlight Separates in store and are proud to be one of few stores that carry them in the area. Come into our store today and we will be happy to help you create a one-of-a-kind design especially for you. We can’t wait to see how you mix and match these beautiful Bridal Separates to create your own, stunning gown!

 

Stay tuned for more 2018 Bridal Trends.

 

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