Should I follow wedding trends?

In this article, we will be detailing 3 of the most popular wedding gown silhouettes for your big day.

1. A-Line Gowns

A-line gowns have a timeless style that is attractive on a variety of body types.

They hold the shape of an uppercase "A" and fitted at the bodice before gradually flaring out towards the hem. This look is ideal for brides who wish to accentuate their waistline and achieve an extended, fluid appearance. A-line dresses are adaptable and go well with a variety of materials and decorations. With this silhouette, lace, tulle, and satin are typical alternatives.

Add some glitz by accessorizing with a stunning necklace or pair of earrings!

A-Line Gown in Luna's Daphne Collection.

Even within the A-Line gowns, there are variations of designs that fit different body shapes.

Some A-Line gowns are designed to accentuate the bodice length of the bride, providing a better fit for brides with shorter torsos and longer legs.

Adding on to A-Line gowns, European bridal gowns are also designed with the essence of balancing the body giving the perfect hourglass shape. It's one of the reasons why brides who understand this tend to choose European Gowns.

2. Ballroom Gowns

The pinnacle of fairytale wedding attire is ballroom gowns.

They have a long skirt (train), a defined waistline, and a fitted bodice that give them a dramatic, romantic appearance. This silhouette is perfect for women who wish to make a spectacular entry or prefer traditional weddings.

Ballroom Gown fron Luna's Morilee Collection.

Ballroom gowns, which are frequently made of tulle, organza, or silk, look best when accessorized simply to highlight the garment. Especially with wedding banquets held in grand venues, ballroom gowns are a perfect match.

3. Trumpet Gowns

A contemporary variation on the traditional mermaid-silhouette are trumpet gowns.

Most of the silhouettes in the market are trumpet gowns. They have a trumpet-like shape because they are fitted through the bodice and hips before they flare out. They split above the kneecap to allow the brides to walk with more ease.

Brides who want to flaunt their curves while still being able to move freely will love this silhouette.

Lace, satin, and tulle are just a few of the materials that are used to make trumpet gowns.

To finish the ensemble, you can add a bracelet or a pair of bold earrings.

Trumpet Gown from Luna's Calla Blanche Collection.

Don't shy away from the trumpet silhouettes! You don't need a perfect figure to fit these gowns, despite common misconceptions.

They are all about the cuttings and the internal structures of the gowns to fit the brides' bodies.

That's what makes European gowns different!

Do keep in mind that these are only the more popular silhouettes, and that there are dozens more styles out there. Brides may take into account their body types and venue location, but the most important thing is to find a gown that represents your personality and individual character. The most crucial thing to always keep in mind is to feel gorgeous and confident on your special day.

Enjoy your rental bridal gown selection with Luna Bianca to experience a joyful and memorable journey.