Spring 2025 Wedding Collections From 6 Designers

These globally-celebrated designers revealed their Spring 2025 bridal gowns for NYFW 2024, as revealed by the CFDA.

The Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) unveiled the New York Fashion Week’s (NYFW) Spring 2025 bridal calendar last month. From April 2 to 4, designers from around the world showcased their latest creations and set the stage for a mesmerizing journey through wedding dress fashion. Their creations highlight ethereal silhouettes to elaborate embellishments in every gown. 

Each couturier showed prowess with every stitch, paying homage to diversity, innovation, and timelessness. Here are some of the highlights from the NYFW Bridal 2024 collection for Spring 2025.

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Anne Barge’s timeless elegance for Spring 2025 

The CFDA chronicled that Anne Barge’s Spring 2025 bridal collection epitomizes the brand’s enduring legacy of timeless elegance. The brand created dresses with classic silhouettes with intricate lacework and delicate embroidery.

“Each gown exudes grace and a sense of understated luxury,” the brand said in an Instagram reel. “[These are] perfect for brides seeking a dress that transcends trends.”

Anne Barge’s Spring 2025 collection debuted at the NYFW on April 3.

Francesca Miranda’s collection of femme refinement

The Spring 2025 bridal collection of Francesca Miranda shows her signature style: an ode to feminine sophistication. 

Her designs highlight materials like Japanese organza, French lace blends, sequins, feather embellishments, and floral appliqués. CFDA mentioned she has 14 diverse styles, each ranging from short dresses to long gowns. 

The brand expressed each piece captures “the essence of the bold and romantic woman.” Her collection debuted on April 2 as per the NYFW calendar.

Mark Ingram’s “Portrait of a Lady” collection

CFDA explained that acclaimed designer Mark Ingram’s mother motivated his fashion journey due to her impeccable style. This served as one of the inspirations behind his Spring 2025 bridal line and called it “Portrait of a Lady.”

“This evolving namesake collection effortlessly balances contemporary trends with a new silhouette and refined sleekness,” the brand said in a post. The collection presents tasteful accentuations, linear seams, duchess satin, and silk mikado fabrics. Dresses with modern architectural themes will merge with ball gowns that radiate regal fashions from bygone centuries. People can expect corset bodices of French lace, silk brocade, and piped satin. 

The CFDA remarked Ingram’s collection effortlessly bridges the past and present, offering traditional elements with modern twists. “Previews begin at his flagship atelier weekend of April 25th, space and appointments are limited,” the brand said.

Markarian’s Shakespeare inspiration for Spring 2025

Markarian’s Alexandra O’Neill took inspiration from William Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream for her brand’s Spring 2025 bridal collection.

CFDA explained the collection presents the whimsical romance of the world of fairies into life. It features gowns with bows, eyelets, fine lace, and afterparty sequined dresses that sparkle. She introduced three veils with cascading ruffles, sheer tulle, and ribbon bows for an added allure to the dresses. 

O’Neill collaborated with CFDA member brand Gigi Burris Millinery for the NYFW Bridal 2024. The designer’s Shakespeare-inspired line debuted on April 3 as per the NYFW calendar.

“The royal wedding party in the Shakespearean drama is a reminder that love is best suited for dreamers, poets, and fools – and so was this dreamy collection,” CFDA divulged.

A painting inspired Marchesa’s collection

Marchesa’s Georgina Chapman revealed that a painting inspired the brand’s Spring 2025 collection for brides. Martin Johnson Heade’s “Cattleya Orchid and Three Hummingbirds” reflects his attention to detail and the “infinitesimal joys of nature,” as per the National Gallery of Art.

The brand’s lookbook used nature’s secret garden as a backdrop. They featured the orchid and three hummingbirds to pair with the designs. The Marchesa bride’s trademark details highlight three-dimensional fabrications, pearls, crystals, and grand-scale gazar sculptural elements.

You may check Marchesa Bridal’s official website or their Instagram account for their Spring 2025 bridal collection.

The Italian charm of Monique Lhuillier’s collection

The bridal collection of Monique Lhuillier exudes the timeless allure of Italy, blending beauty, romance, and youthful elation. It also shows the delicate yet majestic influences from the Victorian era.

Their Spring 2025 bridal line spotlights the usage of floral lace, sculptural taffetas, silk Mikado, and tulles. 

CFDA mentioned Lhuillier’s design ideas this year came from her travels. They photographed each piece against a 14th-century villa in the hills of Tuscany. 

“Monique Lhuillier Bliss Spring 2025 transports you to the magical streets of Firenze with an aura of sophisticated and flirty vibrance,” the brand said on their Instagram post.

They revealed the collection on April 2, according to the NYFW calendar.

The complete NYFW Bridal 2024 list is available here.

Banner photo via Instagram @moniquelhuillierbride.

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