Strike the perfect balance between your personal style and the coolest new trends for wedding gown by discovering the best collections from Bridal Fashion Week Spring 2015. From the biggest names in the business to smaller designers, there’s plenty of inspiration to find for your perfect dream wedding gown.

Check out the trends outlined in the Bridal Spring 2015 collections and you’ll find it easier to decide on your dream wedding dress when the times comes to make the final choice.

Vera Wang Bridal Collection Spring 2015

Abandoning the traditional runway show in favor of a short film, Vera Wang kept things fresh in her spring 2015 bridal collection. Building on her reputation as one of the most talented bridal designers, Wang’s collection featured gorgeous detailing and layers of lace and tulle. 

Vera Wang Bridal Collection Spring 2015

There’s no clear silhouette trend emerging here, since the designer showcased everything from mermaid dresses to minimal column dresses.

Naeem Khan Bridal Collection Spring 2015

Naeem Khan Bridal Collection Spring 2015

Going for a romantic fantasy vibe, Naeem Khan showed his newest creations in a forest setting, and ended up with one of the most exciting shows from Bridal Fashion Week Spring 2015. From embroidered veils and beaded capes to delicate floral embroidery on the ballgown dresses, Khan delivered the perfect looks for a romantic bride.

Jenny Packham Bridal Collection Spring 2015

Jenny Packham Bridal Collection Spring 2015

Featuring a plus-size wedding gown, that opened and closed the show, Jenny Packham also dabbled in capes, but kept her silhouettes simple. While the column dress isn’t the dream look for most brides, the gorgeous Packham wedding gowns also included special detailing, from lace to beading. Interpreting trends from the 1930s for the modern bride was the big concept of the collection.

Oscar de la Renta Bridal Collection Spring 2015

Oscar De La Renta Bridal Collection Spring 2015

Mixing up classical inspirations with more exotic looks, Oscar de la Renta infused his collection with timeless elegance. Special embroideries and attention to detail helped his diverse collection become a highlight of Bridal Fashion Week Spring 2015, thanks to its mixture of romantic looks with the exotic, that showed up as an eyelet bikini top and pareo combination for a beach wedding.

Reem Acra Bridal Collection Spring 2015

Reem Acra Bridal Collection Spring 2015

From traditional wedding gowns with chiffon layers to more modern column dresses, Reem Acra delivered a bridal collection for every personality. The gowns shined thanks to their pearl, crystal and lace embellishments, while still feeling modern and edgy.

Amsale Bridal Collection Spring 2015

Amsale Bridal Collection Spring 2015

While the Kenneth Pool and Christos lines showed off a lot of experimentation from designer Amsale Aberra, it was her signature collection that really impressed at Bridal Fashion Week Spring 2015. Keeping silhouettes simple and mixing in cool trends like sheer illusion, the Amsale line also showed off why pink deserves to become a big bridal trend.

Marchesa Bridal Collection Spring 2015

Marchesa Bridal Collection Spring 2015

Presented as a wedding reception, the latest bridal collection from Georgina Chapman and Keren Craig also featured soft blush hues, but the main trend is definitely the 3D lace detailing. Featuring everything from short cocktail dresses to ballgowns, the Marchesa collection also stood out thanks to the delicate crystal embroideries.

Anna Maier Bridal Collection Spring 2015

Anna Maier Bridal Collection Spring 2015

Another collection that features glamorous influences from the last century, the line designed by Charles W. Bunstine II made a big impact at the Bridal Fashion Week Spring 2015. From strapless gowns with sexy silhouettes to lace ballgowns, the collection features plenty of styles and also experimented with colors, including pinks, blues and gorgeous black creations.

Monique Lhuillier Collection Spring 2015

Monique Lhuillier Collection Spring 2015

Going for a whimsical feel in her “My Ethereal Daydream” collection, Monique Lhuillier also experimented with different silhouettes, that also included bolder architectural inspirations. The romantic factor was also present with tiered tulle in cascading hemlines, and the color palette also included pistachio.

Carolina Herrera Bridal Collection Spring 2015

Carolina Herrera Bridal Collection Spring 2015

From the classic and timeless romantic bride to the edgier look of the modern bride, featuring laser-cut lace, Caroline Herrera also delivered a highlight at Bridal Fashion Week Spring 2015. Complex appliqués adorned the backs of many dresses, while ombre lace was another gorgeous detail.

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