Elie Saab's 2019 spring collection of wedding dresses was inspired by the opulence and refinement of the "Bal de Vienne." Ball gowns rule this Viennese themed collection, which drew inspiration from Empress Sissi. Capes, embroidery, and regal full-skirted brides make for awe-inspiring wedding dresses. Scroll through to see the designs Elie Saab showed during Bridal Fashion Week.
It's all in the details for this dress: The ruffle adorned off-the-shoulder top, the subtle polka dot print on the gown itself, and the lace lining on the veil.
This off-the-shoulder satin ball gown proves that sometimes simple is better.
Lace sleeves and embroidered tulle is such a romantic combination.
For the bohemian bride, we present this lovely lace veil and strapless lace sheath wedding dress.
Go glam or go home in this layered tulle and organza ball gown.
This A-line strapless wedding dress with lace floral embroidery looks lovely at every angle.
A floral embroidered veil that goes on for miles.
A full skirted ball gown like this one is deserving of an opulent venue complete with columns.
While this tulle ball gown with sweetheart strapless neckline looks beyond elegant alongside this crystal chandelier.
An intimate close up of this off-the-shoulder satin ball gown.
This cape can be worn draped around the shoulders or on the head as a veil.
A gorgeous gown that feels very classic Hollywood.
The bow detailing on this embroidered ball gown is perfect.
A gown like this is best suited for a venue with some history.
We love the beaded and pearl detailing on this look.
A vintage inspired lace sheath wedding dress with train.
The belt on this foral embroidered ball gown with long sleeves ties the look together.
Trailing flower hair accessories feel very modern.
Tulle and organza isn't for the faint of heart.
A square neckline is classically beautiful.
The bow really adds to this satin train.
A very dreamy cap sleeve floral embroidered wedding dress.
Who needs a bouquet?
A floral embroidered tulle ball gown that truly stands out.