2010 Bridal Gown Trend: 3D Gowns
3D technology is the wave of the future, even in bridal design! The kind of 3D I’m talking about in this case are 3D details, glamorous sculptural draping, and 3D textures. Check out these gorgeous wedding gowns for ideas on how to use this trend on your own wedding dress!
This grand silk-taffeta ball gown from Amsale has a defined shirred bodice, while the skirt is given interesting texture with hand-pleated floral embroidery.
The sculptural draping on the asymmetric shoulder instantly makes this satin-faced organza gown a modern sensation. Not pictured is the double-layered A-line skirt with a sweep train.
If your designer is skilled enough, try origami folds with contrasting fabric to transform your gown into a fabulous frock. This dress by Angelo Lambrou has crystal pearls to give the bodice a funky finish.
This breathtaking gray silk mikado gown is understatedly sexy, thanks to the deep V dip at the back. Wavy edges and a large bow add elegant finishing touches.
This bulb-shaped tulle dress from Watters Brides is the most classically romantic of the bunch. If you want to ride the 3D wave without looking too modern, look for a tulle dress with lots of volume.