Spring 2016 Wedding Dress Trends

Now that Bridal Fashion Week has come to a close, we can look forward to some of the most beautiful trends that emerged. Here, we've rounded up some of our favorite spring 2016 wedding dress trends inspired by the shows. 


Off-the-shoulder styles are a big fashion trend at the moment, so it's no surprise the trend has trickled into wedding dresses, as well. It's a great way to show off a little skin in a subtle way. 

Cutout Neckline

Plunging and cutout necklines were a big spring 2016 wedding dress trend; if a plunging neckline is too risqué for you, this cutout look is a good one to try. 

Empire Waist

The empire waist gown is a classic that doesn't go out of style and is particularly great for brides looking for a dress that elongates the body. This one features gorgeous, delicate details on the bodice and an equally stunning skirt. 


For the bride wanting a truly fashion-forward look that her groom and guests won't soon forget, this overskirt wedding dress style makes a beautiful statement. 

Subtle Color

An-all white dress is timeless, but a hint of color is fresh and modern. This chantilly lace dress over mint green silk is subtle in its use of color. 

Dramatic Sleeves

For brides who want to strike the balance between trendy and timeless, dramatic sleeves prove to be a bold and beautiful choice. Th sheer bell sleeves feature gorgeous hand embroidered floral appliqués. 


A little bit of sheer is a playful addition to any wedding dress. This St. Pucchi wedding gown features a touch of sheer on the bodice as well as the bottom half of the skirt for a look that's still modest yet contemporary. 

Which of these spring 2016 wedding dress trends would you try?