From the Runway to Down the Aisle We’re Seeing a Floral Trend
Since spring we have seen a huge upswing in the trend of using florals across wedding attire and accessories. You could say it’s become bridal-chic. This impossible-to-overlook wedding trend is definitely expected to continue for 2024. Yes, we’re calling it right here: a 2024 wedding trend for attire will be florals, weather accessories, floral prints, appliqués, and more! And while it isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, it is certainly dominating our feed right now, and one leader in that is none other than Galia Lahav. They have used rosettes to transform every look into a more playful, youthful, and trendy one.
The Galia Lahav style with florals and rosettes has become a great way to elevate clean and chic looks and we are OBSESSED. What makes it so obsession-worthy? They have kicked up the floral trend this season with a new take and spin on it: romantic yet modern-chic bridalwear, cut-outs, accessories and flattering new silhouettes. Basically, every modern it-girl bride's dream come true!
As GL has shown us, there are so many ways to implement the beautiful flowers, the options are truly endless! Just look at some of the ways they’ve rocked flowers — the ultimate example in the floral trend. YW!
The Barbara dress has 3D lace floral appliqués on a sheer corset gown, and for an added touch works with a floral hair accessory.
The Catalina features dainty 3D floral embroidery, topped with delicate petal-embellished straps, and photographed with a floral accessory.
Esmeralda, a satin ball gown, pairs lovely with a flower accessory.
Evelyn is a blooming floral embroidery corset ball gown.
The Evita wedding gown pairs nicely with a bold floral headpiece.
This Letitia midi wedding dress is paired with floral accessories — particularly flowers on the shoes and a unique beaded hair accessory.
The Luna wedding dress compliments with floral ankle accessories.
The Maribel is a 2-in-1 convertible wedding dress paired with heels that have flower embellishments.
The convertible element of the Paloma offers a 3D floral-embellished A-line over-skirt and a coordinating oversized silk flower choker.
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