For Truvelle’s 2018 season, the made-to-order bridal brand has personalized their wedding dress experience even further by bringing brides along on their creative process. With four seasons of innovative design under their belt, Gaby and her team took a step back to refine and reflect on past collections, spending a considerable amount of time with women of all sizes and style preferences to develop patterns and design cuts that brides will look and feel incredible in. The end result boasts a dreamy ensemble of delicate laces and a subtle colour palette that encourages individuality to shine. Undoubtedly Truvelle’s most feminine collection to date, the 2018 designs introduce fuller skirts, more structured bodices, and dramatic trains. At the same time, the no-fuss bridal brand maintains their rep for effortless wedding dress design with simple silhouettes that add interest and comfort in their unending attention to detail.
With such an intimate process involved in the creation of this collection, it was only fitting that the independent Vancouver brand name the new designs after the women who keep Truvelle running on a day-to-day basis, all of whom are strong, inspirational, and individuals — words that embody the Truvelle bride. Dresses like the Julie and Mary feature a nude mesh used throughout the collection for a comfortable fit with a barely there effect. Details like this will photograph perfectly next to a sunset ceremony kiss, or in front of a muted desert-toned backdrop.
With notable design elements at every angle, the entire collection will have brides and their guests pleasantly surprised with each turn.