Was inspiration blooming in Romona Keveza wedding dress collection this season? Well, when is it ever not? If you missed out on the past couple of collections from the much-loved designer, it's definitely time for you to stop and smell the roses. In the two previous bridal fashion week seasons, Romona Keveza has taken inspiration from pretty petals and lush garden landscapes, for collections full of fantastical florals and blooms as big as the big day itself.
Last spring, Romona Keveza's Luxe line proved that April showers most definitely bring May flowers by beautifying the bridal runways with bold blossom prints painted on dramatic ball gowns in watercolor hues, and delicate floral lace sheaths, decorating shoulders and collarbones with the daintiest of petals thanks to their illusion necklines. And the designer's namesake collection for the Spring 2017 season is just as ripe for the picking. Full of the intricate detailing and a lovely kind of luxury, all of the wedding dresses making up Romona Keveza's Spring 2017 line are just as fresh as the time of year itself.
For Spring 2017, Romona Keveza was inspired by Parisian beauty with her "Ode to Paris" collection that moves through the city of light and love with breathtaking silhouettes and a mesmerizing color palette.
With unexpected pastel hues beside the traditional bridal creams and whites, Romona Keveza's Spring 2017 collection is impossibly pretty and modernly feminine. Opulent organza ballgowns with softly draped bodices get garden party ready with a delicate cascade of lilac blooms adorning the full skirts and long luxe trains. Warm-weather brides, rejoice! Crafted from her signature five-ply silk crêpe, Italian silk jacquard organza, beaded Chantilly lace, and Italian Reticella Lace, these lovely looks are blooming just for you.
Click through the photos to take a gander at all the looks from Romona Keveza's Spring 2017 collection.
Photo: RK7400, candlelight silk-jacquard organza wedding dress with boat neckline and detachable watteau train, Romona Keveza
Photo: Courtesy of Romona Keveza