Wedding Gowns & Bridesmaid Dresses

Wedding-dress shopping just got a whole lot easier for Sacramento Brides! From short wedding dresses to long dresses, we have everything you need to find the wedding dress of your dreams. And we mean everything, from flowy, backless dresses fit for a beach wedding to modest, long-sleeved dresses for church weddings or more traditional ceremonies. Tea length, mermaid, ball gown, A-line, mini, sheath—learn what these dress lengths are and what will look best on you.

In the aftermath of not one, but two royal weddings, our editors have their eyes set on next year's nuptials–and the best bridal gowns for 2019 aisles. As the Fall 2019 collections make their way down the runways at New York's Bridal Fashion Week, we're highlighting all the standout looks, and the gowns that will define next season's weddings. Here, a breakdown of the top collections, the inspiration behind the gorgeous gowns, and the best looks of the season.

Getting married in 2019? If you’re on the search for your dream Bridal Store, you’re truly spoiled for choice with the new season collections and trends. While princess dresses and classic lace gowns will always be a hit, 2019 has a lot to offer the bride who wants to make a sartorial statement as she walks down the aisle, with shimmering metallics and even coloured gowns taking centre stage. The "Meghan Effect" means designers have also championed classic minimalism too, with modern designs similar to the Duchess’ bespoke Givenchy gown designed by Clare Waight Keller.

Much like the Duchess of Sussex’s Givenchy gown, less is more when it comes to wedding dresses this year. So if a princess skirt, lace and embellishment isn’t your style, you’ll love these modern and minimalistic gowns. They may be simple but they’ll make a big impact.

Sacramento Wedding Videography Ideas

A Documentary-Style Wedding Video

This mix of sweeping artistic angles and sound bites from your wedding day (your bridesmaids laughing while you're getting ready, his dad's toast) is one of the best ways to convey what it was like to actually be at your Sacramento wedding.

A Movie-Inspired Save-the-Date Video

Base your save-the-date video off of your favorite movie style (in this case, Wes Anderson) for a totally personalized look. With a video camera and a little bit of editing know-how, you (or even better, your videographer) can create a short video to send to family and friends or to post on your wedding website.

Must-Have Wedding Shots

There is only one first kiss at the end of the ceremony. If you miss it, there is no re-do. Good planning puts you in the right place to capture these must-have moments.

Traditional wedding video shots that should be part of every wedding video include:

Groom waiting at altar Processional with bride's entrance Reciting vows First kiss as married couple Recessional First dance Cake cutting Bouquet toss


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