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7 of the Biggest Wedding Dress Trends for 2019

If you’re on the hunt for ‘the one’ this year, get excited as you’re sure to find some of these incredible wedding dress styles in bridal stores around the country! Check out 7 of the biggest wedding dress trends for 2019 below…

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Jenny Packham | Ella Rosa

A bridal catwalk fave at this stage (they’ve been popping up for several years now!), off-the-shoulder gúnas are a big trend for 2019 – this sultry style is perfect for brides after a romantic, ethereal feel.

Jenny Packham stockists include Sharon Hoey in Dublin

Ella Rosa stockists include White Designer Studios in Meath


Mori Lee | Maggie Sottero

The Ballgown is a bridal staple but this year saw more billowing skirts than ever, proving this timeless look is back with a bang. Perfect for brides after that wow factor and that princess feel.

Mori Lee stockists include Dublin Bridal HouseThe Moderne Bridal in Cork, Abelle Bridal Boutique in Meath and Elliott Chambers Bridal in Dublin

Maggie Sottero stockists include Dreamy Curves in Wicklow, Truly Bridal Boutique Naas in Kildare, Love Ellie Bridal in Cavan and The Moderne Bridal in Cork


Anna Campbell | Maggie Sottero

Brides looking for pared back prettiness can take their pick of chic and elegant gowns in 2019 with Meghan Markle’s simple bridal style influencing many a designer including Theia, Amsale and Savannah Miller.

Maggie Sottero stockists include Dreamy Curves in Wicklow, Truly Bridal Boutique Naas in Kildare, Love Ellie Bridal in Cavan and The Moderne Bridal in Cork

All Over Sparkle

Sottero & Midgley | Anna Campbell

Sequins and sparkle were out in force on the 2019 catwalks with lots of dazzling numbers. Gowns were glistening from head to toe over at Mira Zwillinger and Berta. We’re sure this trend will be super popular with winter brides!

Sottero & Midgley stockists include Truly Bridal Boutique Naas in Kildare and The Moderne Bridal in Cork


Kenneth Winston | Naeem Khan

There were several designers showcasing ‘the cold shoulder’ trend this bridal season. Yep, asymmetrical gowns come in many forms from classic and luscious lace to architectural showstoppers.

Kenneth Winston stockists include White Designer Studios in Meath, House of Tamem Michael in Dublin and The Moderne Bridal in Cork

High Necks

Justin Alexander Signature | Gracy Accad

Brides looking to channel Meghan Markle’s evening look will be all over these elegant high-necked stunners! They’re ideal for ladies after a stylish number with a little more coverage.

Justin Alexander Signature stockists include B Couture in Wicklow and The Bridal Outlet in Dublin & Athlone

Floral Details

Lela Rose | Mira Zwillinger

From floral appliques to 3D flowers, flower power is big for 2019.

Main photo courtesy of Anna Campbell

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Pamela enjoys writing about all things decor (she loves buying it too) and has a not so secret addiction to stationery.

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