Bridal Fashion Trends Spring 2025 Editor Picks

Spring 2025 Bridal Fashion Week: Editor Picks Edition!

Brittny Drye Founder + Editor-in-Chief of Love Inc. Magazine | On-Air Wedding Expert | LGBTQ+ Inclusivity in the Wedding Industry

We saw a lot of wedding dresses last week as designers showcased their Spring 2025 collections during Bridal Fashion Week in New York. But even amongst all the tulle and lace, there were a few standouts that remain rent-free in our editors' minds.Ā 


Spring 2025 Bridal Collections Editor Picks Enaura

'Juliette' by Enaura

I loved this collection inspired by seashells. When looking at this gown from the side, you can really see the shell shape in the bodice. Mixed with a luxurious textured fabric and small straps, this dress would be perfect for a beautiful outdoor wedding in the Spring or Summer. — Frank Shaver-Burgess, social media manager
Spring 2025 Bridal Fashion Editor Picks Nordeen

'Eaton' by nordeen

This was designer Brenna Simmons's first showing at Bridal Fashion Week, and I loved getting to know her story. The multiple-looks-in-one has been popular for several years now, but the way Brenna went about it is so fresh and new. She's created collections that give more “build your own” vibes, and that are encouraged to work with each other vs. old collections never again seeing the light of day. I'm calling it now: this designer is one to watch. — Brittny Drye, editor-in-chief
Spring 2025 Bridal Collections Editor Picks Ese Azenabor

'Look 13' by EsƩ AzƩnabor

This gown literally made me say ā€œWOW!ā€ out loud when I saw it. All the intricate beading paired with a killer silhouette and the drama of the off-the-shoulder sleeves had me in awe. And the cherry on top is the sweet bow on the front of the gown. — Frank Shaver-Burgess
Spring 2025 Bridal Fashion Editor Picks Nardos

'Reign' by Nardos

I'm a sucker for just a *touch* of color and this Nardos gown, to put it simply, is just SO pretty. The dyed tulle floral appliques make it “approachable editorial,” and the nod to Victorian gardens throughout the collection makes it a perfect pick for spring. — Brittny Drye
Spring 2025 Bridal Collections Editor Picks Scorcesa

'Giselle' by Louvienne x Scorcesa

This jumpsuit is so chic and absolutely beautiful! I was hunting for a good pant option this season, and this one did it for me. The detail around the waist and the black bow on the back screams elevated black tie to me. The bow also comes in ivory for a great monochromatic look. So good! — Frank Shaver-Burgess
Spring 2025 Bridal Fashion Editor Picks Nadia Manjarrez

'Gema' by Nadia Manjarrez

Rosettes were a hot trend this season, but the way Nadia incorporated them is just so timeless. The textured skirt was handmade, flower by flower, using silk nylon organza, and the ballgown is much more lightweight than it looks. If I were to get married again, this would be the dress I would want to wear. — Brittny Drye
Spring 2025 Bridal Collections Editor Picks Jenny Yoo

'Amelia' by Jenny Yoo

I fell in love instantly with this dress. While non-traditional for a bride, I could see this for a coastal wedding. I also love this for bridesmaids that can double as the ā€œsomething blue.” — Frank Shaver-Burgess
Spring 2025 Bridal Fashion Editor Picks Katherine Tash

'Peri' by Katherine Tash

I'd be remiss if I didn't mention at least one mini — the second/third dress is so popular these days that nearly every designer incorporated a mini option into their collection. What I loved about this one by Katherine Tash is 1.) she has a big sister ballgown version of this dress (‘Rosalie') if you wanted to coordinate and 2.) at $2,600, this mini is at a lower price point than many designer options, which is important to keep in mind if you're planning to wear multiple designer looks. — Brittny Drye
Spring 2025 Bridal Collections Editor Picks Nadia Manjarrez

'Marlen' by Nadia Manjarrez

I always love how this designer uses her heritage to influence her designs. This version is only one of five ways you can wear this look but the combination of the skirt with the bodice beautifully connected with an oversized charro bow is so well done and absolutely stunning. — Frank Shaver-Burgess
Spring 2025 Bridal Fashion Editor Picks Danielle Frankel

'Esther' Jacket by Danielle Frankel

There was so much eye candy in Danielle Frankel's collection but I am absolutely obsessed with this tailored jacket. The hand-cut and hand-frayed bias silk wool strip lapel gives it a very “bridal” feeling, which I feel so many white suiting lacks. It's the perfect option for those who want a structured suit look with feminine touches. — Brittny Drye


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