Summing up an entire collection of a designer’s work can be quite difficult. But with Jasmine Bridal elegance is the only acceptable adjective.
Options vary between short, full-length, mermaid and ball gowns but the quality never strays no matter the season. For the Spring 2012 Couture line, brides have the opportunity to find some of their favorite trends likes ruffles and tiers without losing sight of classic bridal beauty.
Jasmine Bridal has a reputation for being one of the easiest companies to order from. Easy in terms of catering to a bride’s personal needs like making small changes or even swapping out fabrics. And easy, in my terms, because of their accessibility and versatility to all types of brides. Coming in sizes 0-34 for almost every design, Jasmine Bridal opens up their designs to a wider-range of customers than most others on the market. Between this season’s silky satins, soft tulles, tiffany trains and beaded embroidery sashes; brides may have more than just one to say yes to.
With some of the most glamorous ball gowns in their collection, Jasmine designers know how to make a woman feel like a princess. Take these two for instance. Both are reminiscent of bridal moments of the past, both are reminiscent of bridal moments from Disney fairy tales and both are exactly what thousands of women in love have been daydreaming of wearing as they walk down the aisle to their husband-to-be.
Do you see it? Maybe bit of Aurora and Belle emanating from skirts? Both made with tulle, soft tulle and (T142007) with a bit of silky taffeta in ivory or white; they’ll compliment any figure and an array of skin tones.
And then for those women who want to rip off their heavy dress for the reception or just celebrate outside the box for the entire celebration Jasmine Bridal added this cute little dress for all those fun brides.
Even though its hemline isn’t to the floor, the dress is made with tulle and soft tulle, meaning it’ll still give a little bounce on the dance floor. The criss-cross rouching will flatter the mid-section and the sweetheart neckline just makes it that much sweeter.
For brides that want to show a bit more of their shape there’s quite the selection for you too. My favorite body-hugging ensemble of the bunch is seen below. Skimming a woman’s curves at exactly the right spots, the beaded sash and the whispy bottom finish is sexy, classy and still quintessentially bridal.
And finally, my personal favorite from the collection, style #T142019, or what I like to call “a modern Victoria.” With lace finishes and butterfly sleeves the dress seems to pay homage to a Victorian princess but with the low-cut back, stream of contemporary buttons and illusive skirt it takes a turns towards the present-day bride that wants just a touch of vintage flavour.
Check out JasmineBridal.com for a complete look at all the Spring 2012 Couture gowns.