Feminine, uber-romantic, and a little provocative, Delphine Manivet has been stealing our hearts for quite some time now, with all of her gorgeous wedding day wares. From her relaxed silhouettes, to her more ornate styles and heirloom-inspired pieces, the French bridal designer always manages to sweep us off our feet with her arsenal of luxurious European fabrics. So it's really no surprise that her latest line for Spring 2017 makes us want to pop the bubbly and say yes to the dress!
"My job is to make women beautiful. It is my life's work and my passion," Manivet previously told us when we sat down with the designer. "I love to see a bride's reaction when she looks in the mirror wearing her dress for the first time. This is the apotheosis of the job for me. I feel so privileged to share this very special moment with them."
It can be said that the majority of Delphine Manivet brides all have a sort of relaxed romanticism about them — that's just a given. But their individual personal styles can run the gamut and of course the much-loved bridal label has a fabulous frock for all of its lovely ladies within their Spring 2017 collection.
If you're a vintage beauty who loves the romantic eras of yesteryear, the line's lace dress with a high ruffle collar is calling your name. A ball gown with layers of pleated tulle right up to its V-neckline will make glamour gals dazzle. Trendy style mavens will marvel at Delphine Manivet's more fashion-forward styles like a color-blocked blue ball gown and an avant-garde look complete with a hoop skirt, corset, and sheer neckline. And bohemian babes will want to float down their alfresco aisle in the collection's loose and sheer Swiss-dotted wedding dress with a criss-cross neckline — complete with a flower crown, of course.
With femininity and romantic details snuck into every slip, sheath, and gorgeous gown, there's no doubt in our minds that Delphine Manivet's newest collection will be taking over the Pinterest boards of countless brides-to-be in 3... 2... 1...
Photo: Wedding dress by Delphine Manivet