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Believe it or not, spring is just around the corner, and you know what that means—spring weddings! Say goodbye to snow and hello to flowers, warmer weather, and 7 wedding dresses inspired by this upcoming season.
Nouvelle by Amsale Style: MIRANDA
Why we love it: Hand-sewn lace botanical appliqués cascade down the shoulders, over the exposed boning bodice and down the light and airy tulle a-line skirt.
Why we love it: The pink and white crystal-encrusted bodice reminds us of rock candy—that, plus the pink, purple and white ombré layered tulle skirt creates an overall fun, playful and whimsical look for spring.
Why we love it: The dreamy lace overlay and bow at waist is perfect for an English Garden wedding.
Why we love it: This dress is actually two looks in one—flattering and flowy high-neck tulle gown, and cool and comfy, dance-the-night-away-worthy lace jumpsuit!
Why we love it: For someone who wants to stay warm in the cooler spring weather, this dress is for you! Lace long sleeves, bateau neckline and chiffon skirt are perfectly spring-appropriate, plus the open back adds a little hint of skin.
Why we love it: This dress is the perfect mix of classic and modern—we love the origami half-bow on the back, modified sweetheart neckline, but most of all, the pearl embellished mock turtleneck coverlet.
Why we love it: When we think spring weddings, we think poetic, blissful, ethereal and ultra romantic—and this dress hits every.single.mark. A scalloped lace v-neck long sleeved bodice, lace skirt, silk cummerbund and open back is all you need for an idyllic spring wedding day.