9 Wedding Trends We love

Modern romance, dramatic gowns and custom poetry — these are just some of the things we're currently loving

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Styling and florals from By Emily B., Photo by Rodeo & Co. Photography, Rentals from Reserve Modern

Romantic. Modern. Beautiful. Hues of rose gold, pink and lavender combine to create a dreamy feel. The addition of the well-loved books, juicy berries and coupe-style champagne glasses round out the playful yet glamorous look. Named after author Emily Brontë, By Emily B. is a design collective that specializes in weddings in addition to other events and styling services. www.byemilyb.com, www.rodeoandco.com, www.reservemoderneventrental.com

Fairy-tale Capes

Designers are forgoing trains or veils in favor of capes. From long, intricate styles, like the Mercer gown by Naeem Khan shown here, to mini versions, expect to see this trend in shops in 2018. www.naeemkhan.com

Bell Sleeves

The trend of flowing sleeves is everywhere in women’s fashion right now, so it’s no surprise that it’s made its way to wedding gowns too. Bell sleeves are appearing on all styles of gowns, from breezy boho dresses to sleek, modern sheaths. The Nora gown by Marchesa is a romantic and feminine take on the trend.  www.marchesa.com

Dramatic Bows

The Gertrude by Carolina Herrera features a beautiful blue sash tied in the back to take this stunning dress over the top. www.carolinaherrera.com

Detachable Sleeves

Think of detachable sleeves as the off-the-shoulder look gone extreme. The Gracie gown by Ines Di Santo also illustrates the very popular tiered skirt style. www.inesdisanto.com

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