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Spring 2025 Bridal Trends

Spring 2025 Bridal Trends Unveiled

Hello everyone, Lisa Costello-Allen here from Costa Event in Marbella! Fresh from the Spring 2025 Bridal Fashion Week, We are thrilled to share some of my favourite highlights and upcoming trends that are sure to dazzle any bride-to-be. As a wedding planner, keeping an eye on the latest bridal fashion trends isn’t just a passion; it’s a necessity. And let me tell you, this year’s showcases were anything but ordinary!

Non-traditional Is the New Traditional

This year, the designers have truly outdone themselves, embracing a blend of non-traditional elements that challenge the classic bridal look. From the mystical garden inspirations with their intricate 3D appliqués and delicate floral embroideries to the striking contrast of black and white ensembles, the runways were alive with creativity. Not to forget, metallic touches and flirty mini dresses are continuing to make their mark, ensuring that brides have a wealth of options to express their unique styles.

Spring 2025 Bridal Trends Unveiled - bows
Amsale spring 2025 bridal.Photo: Courtesy of Amsale

The Everlasting Charm of Bows

Despite the evolving fashion trends, bows have steadfastly held their ground in the bridal world. This season, we saw everything from tiny, delicate bows to grandiose statement pieces that transform an entire outfit. Designers like Lihi Hod have reimagined the bow, incorporating it into a dramatic veil that complements a 1950s-inspired gown, while Amsale’s Michael Cho innovatively turned a simple bow into a versatile shawl-like sleeve. It’s clear that whether big or small, bows are here to stay, adding a touch of whimsy and elegance to any bridal look.

Spring 2025 Bridal Trends Unveiled - tulle
Andrew Kwon spring 2025 bridal.Photo: Courtesy of Andrew Kwon

Tulle and Whimsy

Tulle has always been synonymous with bridal wear, but this year it’s been taken to new heights. Designers like Monique Lhuillier and Kyha embraced voluminous tulle skirts, creating enchanting silhouettes that feel both modern and timeless. Meanwhile, Andrew Kwon used tulle in a more subdued yet equally impactful way, adding softness and depth to his designs through elegant draping.

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Honor spring 2025 bridal.Photo: Courtesy of Honor

A Nod to Nature: The Secret Garden

This season, the allure of nature was unmistakably present. The use of floral prints and embroidery made each gown a testament to the beauty of spring. One of the most memorable pieces was a breathtaking ball gown by Yellow by Sahar, adorned with large daisy embroideries, perfectly marrying joy with drama. It’s this kind of detailed craftsmanship that can bring a bride’s fairy-tale vision to life.

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Ines Di Santo spring 2025 bridal.Photo: Courtesy of Ines Di Santo

Party Shimmer: Shine On

Acknowledging the trend of brides donning multiple outfits on their big day, designers showcased a dazzling array of reception and after-party looks. Enaura’s line of cocktail attire and Markarian’s sparkly designs ensure that the bride shines throughout the celebration. From sequins and crystals to feathers and lace, these elements are designed to catch the light and eyes on the dance floor.

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Marchesa spring 2025 bridal.Photo: Courtesy of Marchesa

The Reign of the Drop Waist

Lastly, the drop waist silhouette is making a significant comeback, identified as the must-have style for 2025. This design elongates the torso, creating an elegant and refined figure that is both flattering and stylish.

As we look forward to the weddings of 2025, it’s exciting to see how these trends will translate into real-life fairy tales. Each bride has her own vision, and with these fresh inspirations from the runway, I can’t wait to help them bring those dreams to life. Here’s to a year of unforgettable weddings, full of fashion, flair, and love!

Lisa Costello-Allen