Pronovias Spring 2015 Bridal Collection

With their beautiful Barcelona exhibition “50 Love Stories” and a breathtaking collections of spring and summer dresses inspired by brand’s history, Pronovias is celebrating their 50th birthday.


We loved their lush gowns made from luxurious fabrics such as silk, tulle, lace, guipure and organza with ladylike silhouettes and intricate embellishments. Their dresses are ideal for modern brides-to-be who want to look glamorous on their big day, but mix classic style and cutting edge details in their wedding outfit.

From white A-line crepe dresses with a big belt and detachable train to strapless ball gowns made from Dupion silk, the latest collection from Atelier Pronovias is very chic, elegant and diverse with many different looks for various types of brides. Their City range includes small cocktail gowns and slip dresses, their Fashion range features delicate draping and gemstone embroidery, the Glamour range has dazzling ball gowns and dramatic veils and the Dream range includes ethereal dresses made from layers of organza and tulle.

One of our favourite looks is the 'Bandera' princess dress with illusion neckline and ribbon tied around the waist from 'Costura' line.

Influenced by the roaring twenties, Pronovias' accessory range features adorable vintage accessories such as big hats, small veils, tiny gloves and sequined head bands. We love how the gowns were styled with these details and we think they are great for Great Gatsby inspired wedding reception.

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