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May is the month of flowers par excellence. In fact, many sayings remind you of how “flowery and beautiful” this month is, as spring is in full swing these days. As the weather improves and the chances of having a sunny day, without dying from the heat, increase, many are the couples who decide to celebrate their wedding this month. And we brides of this time love them!
It is an ideal month to decorate every corner or bring a bridal bouquet with all kinds of country flowers, from sweet peas, primroses or daisies. In addition, it is also a great time to give a touch of color more daring to your dress.
And there are many ways to capture spring in the wedding dress and many are the designers who present in their collections more daring and risky options for a bride, as well as ateliers in which their designers risk (together with the brides) to create unique designs according to this time of year.
The fabrics are vaporous and not overdone: guipure, lace, chantilly, tulle … The possibilities are endless! And it is that these dresses are full of romance and modernity, in equal parts. Some even recall the forest fairies, as they are integrated into many fabric or lace flowers where the floral motifs are the protagonists.
Also at this time the backs and necklines are famous, including the embroidery of leaves and flowers, with a very spring spirit, which perfectly convey the essence of this month.
If you are looking for a very classic wedding dress, then you can bet on it and also add printed flowers or a touch of color, in the design or in an accessory such as a belt or headdress. Risk and win, because it is fashionable!
The taste for details.
The most spring brides like the details, the meticulousness of each flower or embroidery that is in their design and so there are many signatures that allow us to see, thanks to the photographs, the works of art that are created in small size for decorate a certain part of each design: a sleeve, a veil, a hem, the waist or the edge of the neckline.