Here, a roundup of the season’s latest bridal collections.
Amsale: For spring there were peplum skirts, allover lace column gowns and a sweetheart neckline dress with a tulle halter overlay and crystal embroidery.
Angel Sanchez: The forward bride who wants a flattering yet conceptual gown should look to this designer.
Badgley Mischka: The design duo branched out of their traditional glamour and into more relaxed territory.
Carolina Herrera: The designer recently visited the Cecil Beaton Exhibit in London and was influenced by “the blacks, the whites, the fantasy of it all.”
Christos: For the classic bride, the spring collection featured hand-beaded floral-embellished gowns.
Dennis Basso for Kleinfeld: The biggest hit was the ivory strapless sweetheart number in beaded Chantilly lace with stitched boning and a tiered horse hair-lined organza skirt.
Douglas Hannant: The designer’s bride typically marches to her own beat and, for spring, the bold statements continue.
Isaac Mizrahi for Kleinfeld: Looks ranged from a sweetheart ballgown with a black-and-white gingham sash to a gathered dress with a lace bodice and pink-and-white candy-striped sash.
Kenneth Pool: Continuing in its typical drama and grandeur, the collection featured allover beaded column gowns with a vintage feel.
Lela Rose: “Light and airy” is how the designer described her collection, which included all the feminine details a bride would want, yet with an easy, breezy attitude.
Marchesa: Inspired by Hollywood glamour, Georgina Chapman’s spring bridal outing looked stunning.
Monique Lhuillier: She described her bridal collection as “all about fantasy, inspired by fairy tale and romance,” yet also added a few novel “convertible” elements to the lineup.
Nicole Miller: For spring, the designer’s brides will be wearing everything from easy, simple silhouettes to more embellished dresses with a vintage air.
Oscar de la Renta: Unorthodoxy was a prominent theme throughout much of the show.
Rafael Cennamo: The designer is launching a focused collection of wonderfully detailed looks.
Reem Acra: The designer described her spring 2013 bride as “fun loving, yet confident.”
Rivini: Rita Vinieris sent out a collection of airy, subtly beaded gowns.
Romona Keveza: Old-world glamour best describes the designer’s spring couture bridal collection.
Temperley: The go-to label for vintage-inspired gowns, Temperley added a bit of structure for spring.
Vera Wang: The designer drew upon the symbolism of the color red, which she described in her notes as “boldly romantic, charming, protective, grand, seductive and sexy.”