Exclusive: Spring 2015 Wedding Dress Sketches from Our Favorite Bridal Designers

Courtesy of David's Bridal

Get excited, everyone: Bridal Fashion Week is nearly here! Starting this Thursday, bridal designers will send some of the most jaw-dropping, innovative, and swoon-worthy gowns down the runways. In anticipation of the Spring 2015 wedding dress collections' debut, we asked some of our favorite labels like Maggie Sottero, Amsale, and Zac Posen, to share sketches of their soon-to-be-shown creations. Here, a sneak peek of what's to come!

Melissa Sweet

From the looks of the dress above, Melissa Sweet, who designs a collection for David's Bridal, will make her romantic designs pop with pastel hues. "I wanted to play with the qualities created by using sheer colors in pastel hues," Sweet says of her sketch. "Sheer fabrics offer a beautiful option for coverage on the shoulders and neckline. I had a lot of fun with this collection!"


Photo: Courtesy of Theia

It's clear that Theia's sketch was designed with glamour girls in mind. The body-hugging sheath and heavy embellishments make us believe that the designer's Spring 2015 runway will be full of sparkle.

Truly Zac Posen

Photo: Courtesy of David's Bridal

Zac Posen's elegant hand strikes again with this ultra-glamorous ball gown sketch. Intense ruching, a scooped neckline, and a full skirt with appliqués is what we can expect from Truly Zac Posen's newest range.


Photo: Courtesy of Amsale

Amsale's sketch isn't without the design house's signature sculptured silhouettes. From the looks of this illustrated mermaid, the bodice will flaunt embellishments, too.

Maggie Sottero

Photo: Courtesy of Maggie Sottero

Inspired by boudoir slips, Maggie Sottero's sketch showcases "Gemma," a flowing Santorini chiffon sheath with a blouson bodice and an adorned waistband.


Photo: Courtesy of Christos

Christos' design looks as ethereal as ever with a delicately embroidered bodice and graduated A-line skirt.


Photo: Courtesy of David's Bridal

"All of the collections that will be unveiled at David's Bridal are inspired by three distinct categories: Language of Flowers, Baroque Opulence, and Clean Glamour," Robert Barnowske V. P. Design for David's Bridal says of the upcoming collections including the retro cap-sleeve dress from the Galina line sketched above. We can't wait to see more!

Kenneth Pool

Photo: Courtesy of Kenneth Pool

Curve-skimming and romantic, Kenneth Pool's fit-and-flare gown looks like it will boast a beaded bodice, trendy illusion neckline, and open back.

Stay tuned for even more Bridal Fashion Week coverage!

Related Stories