Even though September doesn’t feel like fall yet in most of the South, I’m sure I’m not alone in that my mind is already on all things autumn! That’s why I could hardly wait to take a look at the new collection from Casablanca Bridal, called Autumn Blooms. The collection features brand new lace patterns ranging from sweet and subtle to dramatic and bold, rich fabrics (like duchess satin, tulle, and crepe organza), tons of stylish illusion details (the back of the Aspen dress? Amazing!), and plenty of three-dimensional details that look incredible in photos. While the ball gowns are stunning, Casablanca especially hit it out of the park when it came to fit and flare silhouettes–if that’s a shape on your wedding dress wish list, I’m positive you’ll fall in love with these styles! Let’s take a look at a few of my favorites, shall we?
Peony (a two-piece ball gown with a beaded lace bodice, lace cap sleeves, and a duchess satin skirt)
Clockwise from top left: Rosette (layered organza and netting with an embroidered rosette pattern), Violet (just the right amount of beading and lace for a bride who loves sparkle), Orchid (delicate floral lace with a detachable keyhole back), Juniper (Alencon lace that starts at the bodice and cascades down the skirt)
Aspen (an embroidered lace gown with buttons down the illusion back and a detachable tulle overlay)
Clockwise from top left: Zinnia (brushed satin with a cotton lace overlay), Sage (tulle godets interspersed between floral lace), Olive (satin accented by ornate beading, including on the cap sleeves and illusion back), Hyacinth (intricate lace layered over satin)
You can find all 21 gowns in the Autumn Blooms collection here–which one is your favorite? I’d love to hear!
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Beautiful framing. Beautiful gowns!