An overview to Bridal gowns trends for 2020

In 2019 bridal gowns were all mainly inspired by royal weddings. First Harry marrying MeghanMArkle, then the Eugenie of York’s wedding, drama and classicism were the main features of most of the gowns on sale.
2020 it’s the reinterpretation of these trends but renewed, taking inspiration by ancient decades and royal ancestors, fresh alternatives to ivory and alabaster.
Effortless volume and a new take on bridal’s ever-evolving bohemienne, fresh takes on tailoring, style, and silhouettes, bold botanical prints, romantic sleeves and fun party dresses: that’s what you should be paying attention to as you plan your 2020 wedding in Italy.

2020 wedding dress trends

Since we have so little time but so much to talk about, let’s get straight to 2020 wedding dress trends and focus on whart would be the style that better flatters your figure and fit your wedding ceremony inspiration!

Floral wedding dresses and soft pastel colors

Bold floral prints made an appearance in several 2020 wedding dress collections, adding a burst of color to the classically white gowns. This way to pull off florals adds fanciful visual interest to any wedding dress silhouette. This is about a softer take on all things colorful, be it gowns in shades of pink, blue, yellow, lavender, and beyond, or dreamy floral prints.

Ruffles, volume, tiers

Romantic brides, this style is for you! Ruffly skirta add dimension to a mermaid silhouette, a full skirt of cascading ruffles is both otherworfly and fashion forward.
Froth is weightless, full of movement, totally dreamy, ultra-romantic. Frothy skirts are more photogenic than a satin ballgown and they don’t need a no-stop assistance by bridesmaids. Effortless fabrics like tulle and organza give off a gorgeous ethereal vibe.
Tiered skirts add pretty texture and movement, but no heft, to a ball gown or A-line silhouette. Tiers may seem a little bit “overseen” in wedding gowns, but what’s old is new again, and this season’s versions feels considerably fresh.

Puffy sleeves: back to the eighties

From the eighties but revisited, puffy sleeves come in a ruffly and off-the-shoulder version to bring a considerable amount of romance to your wedding. If you love this detail but are worried about overdoing it, look for a slim silhouette with puffy sleeves and keep the rest of your accessories simple.
You aren’t ready to fully commit? Go for detachable ones you can take off for your reception or after-party.

Pants, for a modern, classy bride

For the 2020 lace details, 3-D floral embellishments and metallic beading give classic white suits and jumpsuits a modern upgrade. It’s not all about cigarette pants and slim blazers; color, sheer capes, sleeveless jackets, and even jackets that double as mini dresses for a quick-change are all on offer.

Short dresses: legs, legs, legs!

If you’re eloping or going for a super casual wedding this 2020 wedding dress trend is for you.
This trend hints that showing off your legs via micro minis shouldn’t be reserved for civil ceremonies or the after party. Pair any of these looks with a veil, and they’re ceremony-appropriate as well.

Find the wedding dress that better suits your Wedding in Umbria

Umbria weddings and events provides many venues such as villas, castles, hamlets, borgo, palace, farmhouses or vineyards: you have plenty of options to choose among! All of them are beautiful and fascinating, you can get the wedding of your dreams even if you are on a budget!
Umbria is the perfect venue for your Italian wedding.