Bow, are we crazy for the ultra-feminine, ultra-chic look that graced the runways this fall. You may be thinking, bows are nothing new to wedding dresses, and you're right — they're not. But they did make an appearance in some unexpected places, featured in unexpected ways. Sometimes modern, sometimes edgy, sometimes graceful, but always romantic, the classic knot, fold, and tie made a statement everywhere — arms wrapped with bows, backs laced with bows, waists tied with bows; you get the idea. While some designers took a more delicate and dainty approach, adorning them on ball gowns or using them as a simple sash at the waistline, others approached the design more structurally with a seemingly "go big or go home" ideal, attaching oversized bows to sleeves, trains, necklines, and the like. In some cases, the bow was the focal point of the dress's design. No matter which way the bow is worn, the accent never fails to be fun and flirty — and its versatility means there's a choice befitting every bride's personal style. Which one would you choose?