Wedding Scene Update: Bridal Fashion Trends from Local Designers

We’re always here to provide you with the latest wedding updates, and we’re starting off with fashion! The bridal attire is one of the most highly prioritized items on the wedding to-do list, and rightfully so. This is the garment that will hold so much sentimental value long after your big day. And who better to turn to for fashion inspiration than some of our local designers? We scoured social media, and a few of our wedding features, to gather a couple of the latest styles designers have been creating for their brides. You might just find your dream bridal outfit here. Take a look!

Wedding Scene Update: Bridal Fashion Trends from Local Designers

Vania Romoff
This breezy, pleated dress by Vania Romoff screams elegance with a modern flair. A stand out detail here would be the 3D flowers, which easily adds texture and uniqueness to the look. This is definitely for the brides who want something classy but not too traditional!

Photo from Vania Romoff Bridal

Francis Libiran
Francis Libiran’s recent collection has so many swoon-worthy pieces. The most striking detail here would be the origami design around the waist. A lot of brides are going for the sleek and modern look nowadays, and adding structure like this to your bridal ensemble is a great way to achieve that.

Photo from Francis Libiran

Patricia Santos
The romantic look will always be a favorite. An illusion top, a modest plunge, and sparkle for days! The overskirt allows you to have that beautiful, long train moment as you walk down the aisle, too. Brides are also loving how this detail gives you an instant second dress, fit for partying the night away.

Photographer: ProudRad

Julianne Syjuco
Fresh off her recent bridal fashion show, Julianne Syjuco stuns us with a collection of glamorous gowns. This number right here is the right mix of fun, sultry, and sophisticated.

Photographer: Nice Print Photo

Patricia Pascual
The serpentine silhouette is another classic that many brides love. And this design by Patricia Pascual makes a timeless style even more elevated. Just look at the illusion sleeves and the applique that goes all the way to the neck!  This is for the bride who wants an extra touch of glam to her wedding fashion.

Photo from Patricia Pascual Designs

Aoui Regala
This lace ball gown by Aoui Regala was worn in a beach wedding! Ball gowns can really be pulled-off in any venue and for any theme. And this is also the kind of look that will be in style for years and years to come. Long sleeves, full skirt, and lace, this gives you the image of a classic bride and it is absolutely beautiful.

Photographer: Myio Okamoto / Real Weddings: A Ball Gown for a Beach Wedding? This Bride Pulled it Off!

Teena Sabrina Tan
The minimalist dress has a special place in the hearts of many. It’s clean, modern, and elegant without being over the top. This piece by Teena Sabrina Tan is a lovely spin to the minimalist dress. A square neckline, dainty straps, plus a long train for a bit of glamour. It’s a yes for us!

Photo from Teena Sabrina Tan

We also love bridal outfits that truly express your style and personality. Who says you need to go for a dress when you can wear coordinates? Check out this look designed by HA.MU. It’s a two-piece ensemble with a peter pan collar for that preppy vibe. The white crepe fabric and soft tulle strips bring texture and volume. Definitely a one-of-a-kind bridal attire!

Photographer: Atlas Studios / Real Weddings: This Couple Filled Their Wedding with Unconventional Details

Mara Chua
One of the most popular bridal trends is the Modern Filipiniana. It not only exudes ultimate sophistication, but it is, of course, a nod to our culture. This take on the Filipiniana by Mara Chua features a pleated organza skirt, a corset bodice, and the iconic butterfly sleeves.

Photo from Mara Chua

Steph Tan 
This frock, by Steph Tan, reminds us of the ethereal look that lots of brides adore, especially for a garden wedding. The off-shoulder straps, sweetheart neckline, and A-line skirt combination will always be so pretty.

Photo from Steph Tan

Heleyna Bridal
Brides are getting even more creative when it comes to personalizing their dresses. Check this one out from Heleyna Bridal with embroidery of various personal notes and illustrations. The different designs bring color and character to the dress! Meaningful and unique.

Photographer: Oak St. Studios
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  1. Thanks for sharing this exciting update on bridal fashion trends from local designers! It’s always interesting to see what’s new and fresh in the wedding scene, and your post certainly delivers on that front. I appreciate the range of styles and designs you’ve highlighted, from traditional to modern and everything in between. Your descriptions and photos really bring the dresses to life and make it easy to envision wearing them on a special day.

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