Hip hip hooray! Fall Bridal Fashion Week starts TODAY in New York City. Our Editorial Team can barely contain their excitement to see the newest (latest and greatest) wedding, bridesmaid, and accessories collections fresh-off-the-runways. (Not sure what it exactly is? Read our easy-to-understand primer). Of course, they will be documenting almost everything in real time, so be sure all you newly-engaged ladies are following along. Join us on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest, and an added bonus WedStyle, WeddingWire’s inspiration app! Plus, our dedicated Bridal Market Landing Page will be filled to the brim with prettiness in a matter of no time.
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Photo Courtesy of Desiree Hartsock
OMG! WeddingWire’s editorial team had the chance to sit down with The Bachelorette’s Desiree Hartsock during New York Bridal Market a few weeks ago, and guess what? Not only is she a bride-to-be (Chris Siegfried is one lucky man), but also is designing her very own wedding gown collection with the beloved Maggie Sottero. Be sure to check out eight favorite tidbits from our exclusive interview here.
After 37 Facebook statuses, 135 Instagrams, 74 tweets, 274 WedStyle images uploaded, and 55 designer runway shows posted, Bridal Fashion Week has officially come to an end! Whew — WeddingWire’s editorial team now has more wedding dress inspiration than ever before. So, what exactly do they do with it all? Discover the 10 must-know trends that are worth any bride-to-be’s while.
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WeddingWire’s editorial team just returned from New York Bridal Market a little over a week ago. Give them a round of applause because they spent countless seconds, minutes, hours, and even days uploading photos to our new Wedstyle app as wedding dresses were practically coming down the runways. Want to know which ones were top-rated? See more of the looks YOU loved here.
On Monday, it was our editors’ last day! The designer runway shows generally wowed them by taking risks with bold and bright colors. Who says a bride can’t wear white on her wedding day anyways? Toss tradition in favor for a two-tone pink Leanne Marshall wedding gown with a corset and ruffled skirt, Sareh Nouri’s radiant orchid’s satin organza wedding gown, and let’s not forget about your ‘maids too — Monique Lhuillier revealed rich jewels tones such as eggplant, fuchsia, and emerald. See more gorgeousness here.
Of course, this is only a snippet of our exclusive Bridal Market coverage. Check out our main Bridal Fashion Week page for collection slideshows, our Facebook, Instagram and Twitter feeds, and better yet — download our NEW WedStyle wedding inspiration app! Hint: Search for WWKim, WWLeeor, and WWSarah, or simply select “Bridal Fashion Week” from the filter menu, so you can directly weigh in on your favorite wedding dresses.