Twice a year, I get the honor of being invited to preview the new collections of some of my favorite bridal gown designers and brands. I had the pleasure of attending several shows in April and one of my favorites every time is David’s Bridal! Not only do their prices scream major affordability, but their styles and designs only get better with each new collection. David’s Bridal is known for their designer collabs – so you’ll find reasonably-priced gowns that were designed by the likes of Zac Posen, Melissa Sweet, Vera Wang, and Jenny Packham. The Fall 2017 collection is no different, and features a variety of styles and aesthetics so there’s something to appeal to every bride! Check out these highlights of some of my favorite dresses from their show last month.
Style: WG3844 | Galina | Price: $499
I love the deep, plunging neckline and the large, modern lace of this Galina gown. This dress would be fabulous for any outdoor wedding – perfect for both garden or beach settings!
Style: MS251185 | Melissa Sweet | Price: $1,258
This dress is classic Melissa Sweet, featuring glimmering, ethereal beauty! I love the delicate textured floral lace, and the subtle blue-hue!
Style: WG3855 | David’s Bridal Collection | Price: $499
I love the feminine lace bodice on this beautiful dress. The price on this gown is out of this world! If it had been around when I was getting married it could’ve been a contender.
Style: V3848 | David’s Bridal | Price: $599
I love the classic A-line of this dress, paired with modern style pockets and a plunging neckline. I could totally see this dress worn for an outdoor summer wedding!
Style: ZP341734 | Zac Posen | Price: $1,358
Looking for a show-stopper? How about this jaw-dropping ruffled beauty designed by Zac Posen? Obsessed, and at such a budget friendly price!
These were just a few of my favorites, but be sure to check out the entire Fall 2017 Collection from David’s Bridal. Each of the gowns is under $1500, making them all perfect for budget savvy brides.
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