Best Bridal Fashion Moments of 2018
Each year bridal fashion breathes new life into a time-honored tradition. And 2018 was nothing short of amazing! We saw modern takes on traditional styles and brides who weren’t afraid to write their own rules. Scroll for some of the best bridal fashion moments of 2018!
Bride’s dress by Mark Bumgarner. Leather jackets styled by groom
Photo by Proud Rad
Real bride wears a Christos Costarellos dress paired with Stella McCartney sneakers.
Photo by Max Wanger.
Mad Maven wears Galia Lahav, Mark wears ASOS. Floral headpiece by Tess Made.
Nikia AKA Mad Maven Style and hubby Mark Daoust redefined bridal fashion with bold prints and dramatic headpieces.
Photo by Sara K. Byrne and Phil Chester.
This beautiful bride was simply elegant in Odylyne the Ceremony.
It’s safe to say that capes continue to have their moment. We love her groom’s super fly green suit!
Photo by James Moes.
Tommy Hilfiger heiress Ally Hilfiger had the rock and roll beach wedding of her dreams.
The bride and designer teamed up with dad to create this gorgeous hand embroidered cape. Stunning!
Photo by Tec Petaja.
The feathered cape by Xiao Lin Design over this Liz Martinez bridal gown is fit for a queen.
If Khaleesi had a wedding in 2018 we’re sure it would’ve looked something like this.
“Big Bang Theory” star Kaley Cuoco made luxury look effortless.
The actress tapped stylist Brad Goreski to help her choose this custom Reem Acra gown and cape.
Photo by Claudia Craig.
Bold is beautiful! Bride Pia Muehlenbeck opted for a Pallas Couture gown that rivaled Mother Nature herself.
The appliques and natural tones of this custom gown was truly a work of art.
Photo by Rachel B. Sharp.
This real bride took our breath away in a Michael Cinco ball gown.
The beauty was made of tulle, lace, paillette, pearls, and Swarovski crystals.
Photo via Michael Cinco.
Diipa Büller-Khosla was a vision in an out of this world Ashi Studio ball gown.
The custom-made number’s rich cream color highlighted its stunning details.
Photo by Fih Fotografie.
Deborah Symond served unconventional bridal beauty in a pastel Dior gown complete with a ruffled skirt and floral bodice.
Her bridesmaids coordinated perfectly with an assortment of sorbet colored dresses.
Photo by Alice Mahran.
Lainy Hedaya wears Danielle Frankel Studio.
Hard to believe that this stunning capture is from an engagement shoot, but it is. Lainy Hedaya and hubby posed for an intimate shot announcing their impending nuptials.
Photo by Jackie Soffer & Shelly Schmool.
Talk about a moment! Lisa Veronica gave haute couture realness in Jaton Couture.
Photo by Joseph Willis Photography.
Model Tina Kunakey said “I do” to long-time beau and actor Vincent Cassel in custom Vera Wang.
“This gown is all about youth, charm, and couture draping with a voluminous ballskirt,” said Wang.
Photo by Victor Santiago.
Modesty will always be beautiful. We loved this full lace Monique Lhuillier gown.
Photo by Katie Mick Photography.
Influencer Chiara Ferragni floated in haute couture Dior.
The blushing bride channeled the modern day princess.
Photo by David Bastianoni.
Model/Entrepreneur and now wife of singer Miguel, Nazanin Mandi gave us serious heart eyes in her gorgeous Monique Lhuillier gown.
Photo by Ajarina Hitomi.
Who could forget the chic Stella McCartney gown HRH wore to the royal wedding reception?
This wouldn’t be a 2018 bridal round-up without Meghan Markle.
Nick Jonas and Priyanka Chopra in custom Ralph Lauren.
They technically aren’t of royal blood but their wedding definitely garnered just as much media attention. A pretty big deal considering the American designer has only designer bridal gowns for his daughter, daughter-in-law, and niece. Priyanka’s 75-foot tulle veil was also a show-stopper as it took several guests to carry it down the aisle.
2018 certainly gave us memorable bridal looks, we can’t wait to see what 2019 has to offer! Be sure to follow us on Instagram for daily bridal fashion inspiration.