A BHLDN collaboration is music to the ears of many in the wedding industry, and we are beyond elated that they have teamed up with renowned fashion designers to create gorgeous Spring 2013 wedding dresses.
Spring is always an exciting time; it’s renewal, reviving, and another fresh beginning. For BHLDN, their Spring 2013 collection is centralized on dreamy bridal gowns; while it seems like that has always been their aesthetic, they have included a dash of fab: they have teamed up with well-known fashion designers such as Catherine Deane, Collette Dinnigan, Badgley Mischka, Tracey Reese and many more for their Spring 2013 bridal collection.
All designers have weaved and toiled to make their own BHLDN fancies, while sticking to their style and vision.
Catherine Deane has been a favorite at BHLDN, and we can understand why they would love the English designer. She incorporates the wispy, bohemian elements BHLDN loves with a delightful addition of vintage glam and attitude.
Ranna Gill draws inspiration for her pieces from her beloved India. She pairs intricately beaded bodices with a simple, uncluttered silhouette that will catch the eye of brides who are looking for a contemporary gown with an allusion to the glitz of .
James Coviello’s blush pink design exclusive to BHLDN is reminiscent of the heyday of the 1950s when every neckline was bateau, ruffles were soft and necessary, and Swiss dots completed the look. The pink wedding dress is still popular, and we think that Spring is the perfect time to wear this lovely pastel frock.
Collette Dinnigan’s darling and delicate pieces embody a sweet yet sensual nature. They are covered in embroidery and they are sure to wow brides who are seeking a spot of vintage with modern silhouettes.
Badgley Mischka is a name that has now ascended to legendary status in the fashion industry. It’s no surprise that when they compounded their 1940s Hollywood glamor vision with bridal gowns, brides all over the world would be flocking to them. Their pairing with BHLDN makes their wedding dresses even more attainable with a simple click of a mouse button.
Tracy Reese and her creations embody a playful, luxe vintage. An overall sweet feel, her contribution to BHLDN offers a style that caters to brides who love modesty, yet embraces the luxury and elegance of the past.
Conservativeness is in. Sleeves and high neck lines are blooming in the wedding gown industry and leave it to British designer Alice Temperley and her collection Alice by Temperley to work the sleeve style. The blush insert and the hourglass illusion shape are nods to today’s fads, while the Swiss dots and the sheath silhouette are paying homage to the prim-and-proper decades of British fashion.
For more styles and jaw-dropping wedding gowns, visit BHLDN for more on their Spring 2013 collection and past collections.