Wedding Dresses for 2019

It’s time for your wedding dress trends report. We’ve poured over every dress that hit the runways this Bridal Fashion Week, and the tesult are some trends your wedding dress need to see. Ready for the only wedding dress trends you need to know about?

If you thought Kate Middleton’s wedding dress made a mark on the bridal world, you haven’t seen the Meghan Markle effect. From Theia, to Rivini, to Monique Lhuillier, and Morilee, you could feel the royal wedding’s influence all over this Bridal Fashion Week. Tiaras, capes, and sharp pantsuits (hello Meghan Markle’s signature style!), all gave us serious royal wedding vibes. There were also sexy plunging necklines, contrasted with modest (dare we say Victorian) high neck and long sleeve styles, and just a hint of lavender to give us a bit of color this season.


Lovers of the ’70s can celebrate in 2019 because rust is the trending wedding color of the year! Not-quite-burgundy, not-quite orange, the nuanced hue fits right in with two major influences on weddings this year: retro styling and desert vibes. Make a statement with a rust suit or bridesmaids dresses or use it as a pop of color with bouquet ribbon, stationery, or accent florals.


Not a veil kind of bride? No worries because 2019 weddings are all about brides in hats! Fedoras, Panama hats, and floppy hats made of straw, felt, and wool are the perfect finishing accessory to your boho bridal look.

  • WeddingWire has put together some of the biggest trends you’ll likely see when your loved ones get married in 2019.
  • Next year, weddings will feel and look more personalized and natural.
  • Brides will embrace polka dots and crop tops while grooms will mix and match different fabrics and prints.
  • Guests will enjoy custom creations from interactive food stations and wedding favors that double as decor.
  • More and more couples will gravitate toward minimalist yet bold aesthetics.

A new year is upon us, and with it brings a fresh batch of wedding trends for 2019. We’re anticipating some big, beautiful and unique wedding ideas for the year ahead, from bright yellow dresses to boho dried blooms, and lashings of glitter alongside veils that go on for days. While predicting trends is a fun part of our job, we’re very much of  the ‘you do you’ school of wedding planning. Your wedding day doesn’t need to be an endless catwalk of the latest style and the most alternative ideas, but it doesn’t have to be traditional and timeless either. Make it your own, show your personality, and have a great time pulling it all together!