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Trend Insights From Latest Barcelona Bridal Week 2018

Barcelona, its citizens and culture moves and flows constantly.  This movement is sensed in the streets, the air, and most importantly in the new collections crafted for modern Brides show cased at this year’s Bridal Fashion Week.

See the latest trends from this year's Bridal Week in Barcelona

A leading event in the world of weddings, Barcelona Bridal Week is one of the most exciting times of the year for the European Bridal fashion industry, as world renowned designers gathers to show of their best of the best creations. This is a place where trends are showcased and fashion experts meets, and where wedding dress designers show the elements of current Bridal Fashion trends.

We got all the trends from 2018 and the most exciting  designs on the runway.

Although some of these creations might be too daring for a traditional church wedding, Brides in the months to follow are sure to find inspiration for the dresses they will wear at their Big Day. These designers lead the way with their bridal gowns in their purest form . You can see it as an art exhibition of wedding dress dreams.

The catwalk shows is a presentation of the some of world’s most exciting new bridal collections and is  a prime hub for anything related to the modern wedding wear. Not only for Bridal Fashion, BBFW is a platform that drives inspirations for grooms’ attire, party wear and accessories. Inspiration, cutting-edge creations and ground-breaking designs, leaves exhibitors, bloggers, sponsors, key buyers and the press constantly surprised.

We have snipped up the most exciting gowns from some of our favorite designers from the runway. Expect to see versions of these gorgeous creations at weddings and wedding publications in the years ahead.

Trends spotted








For those of you who love the elegance of a sleeved dress, you are spoiled for choice. We can see this working really well at a modern bohemian summer time wedding in an outdoors setting and rustic vintage!




Already on the radar 2015, the Bridal cape is still a key trend in 2018. Dramatic, warming, and reminiscent of royalty, if you want to make a statement just ditch the veil and wear a cape instead.








Reem Acra

We love the sheer creations with delicate fabrics and lace appliqué from this renowned international designer. Her latest collection is dreamy, feminine and subtly sexy. A perfect style for a garden wedding for the fashion-forward Bride who still wants a traditional aestetic.






Jesus Peiro

The sleeve trend is going strong in Jesus Peiros latest collection. We love the folk influences in shapes and fabrics. This collection would work perfectly for a urban  wedding with eclectic and vibrant decor.

images via tublogeboda



Marylise and Rembo styling

The Marylise and Rembo Styling 2018 collection is all about the carefree yet romantic look. The Belgian group introduced a number of trend setting elements in their new collections.  New for this year is the capsule collection “Civil” for brides who want a fashionable and refined wedding dress for their civil marriage.  Consisting of eight pieces in their famous boho chic style,  Rembo Styling shows us a wide range of romantic dresses that are easy to wear, comfortable yet feminine and sexy.

The designers listened to wishes of contemporary brides; they want a beautiful, affordable dress which is exquisitely finished . The result is an easy style which strikes a wonderful balance between nonchalance and sophistication. Details such as lace with geometric motifs and the integration of knitwear, make the look perfect for a nature loving Bride planning a wedding in an woodlands or mountain setting. Combine with a wild flower bouquet and you have a perfectly rustic wedding look.

images via np magazine





Yolan Cris

Born and raised in Barcelona, Yolanda and Cristina continues to display their vast knowledge of textiles and use of beading in their dresses. Each of their creations is handcrafted in their ateliér in Barcelona, all made from the finest European fabrics. The latest Yolan Cris collection is a prêt-à-couture 70’s inspired bridal line, casual-style which reflects a bohemian elegance, where every single wedding gown is rich in their signature craftsmanship. The Yolan Cris bride is an elegant and avante garde woman who understands fashion but wants to stay true to her own identity.

YolanCris’ 2018 bridal collection borrows from the music and free spirited movement or the late 60s and early 70s. The collection “Boho-chic” is filled with intricate details, avant-garde designs, flowing volume and 3D texture. The designs are bold, unexpected, and fashion-forward. The gowns call for a for free-spirited and whimsy Bride with equal modern edginess. The sexy silhouettes works perfectly for a glamourous and urban setting.




The latest collection from Demetrios captures the essence of romance with looks that screams modernity and timeless elegance, and is made up of a variety of silhouettes and necklines. As always, the collection pays close attention to details, design and quality giving each gown its own unique and special touch. Some of the highlights from this line include sultry corset backs, beaded bodices, a variety of stunning sleeves, and revealing off the shoulder looks. Making it easier for Brides to change and modify their wedding day looks, detachable trains and removable boleros, cap sleeves and capes are included in this striking line of gowns..






The latest collection from the Bridal giant Pronovias play with silhouettes and innovative designs. The dresses are finished with white gemstone embroideries that give the collection great sophistication and delicateness. Each one of these gowns is built to show off the bride’s true beauty, with silhouettes to flatter every woman.

Hervé Moreau, the firm’s creative director: “I was inspired by a magical wishing well where the bride’s sensuality and radiance is reflected by jeweled and embroidered embellishments. The water is a key element and the liquid movement is evident in the gowns’ various volumes and patterns.”






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