This Bridal Fashion Week Proposal Will Melt Your Heart and Make You Madly Jealous

While most fashion shows during New York’s Bridal Fashion Week end with a parade of models walking the runway in gorgeous gowns, the Watters Spring 2019 show finished with a heartwarming surprise.

This Bridal Fashion Week Proposal Will Melt Your Heart and Make You Madly Jealous

While most fashion shows during New York’s Bridal Fashion Week end with a parade of models walking the runway in gorgeous gowns, the Watters Spring 2019 show finished with a heartwarming surprise. Just as model Nicole Kaspar closed the show, she returned to the stage to take a final bow with designer Elias Gutierrez, only to find her boyfriend, Chad Stapleton, at the end of the runway.

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  • Date: 2018-04-17T07:38:46+10:00
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The Meghan Markle Effect Is Already All Over the Spring 2019 Bridal Runways

In addition to the welcome distractions, the Spring 2019 runways revealed what brides will be wearing down the aisle next year — and the results were also a bit of a surprise. While deep plunge, exposed backs and sultry illusion details are now wedding staples, a pivot toward covered-up simplicity and glamour emerged. Refreshed interpretations of classic silhouettes and textures might encourage a change of heart in a bride who wasn't before intrigued by the traditional. Plus, elaborate embellishments, exquisite florals and modern non-dress looks continued to evolve from last season. (And, obviously, everyone has royal fever.)

Even though Meghan Markle Wedding Gown Speculation will conclude with the reveal on May 19, 2018, Royal Wedding Mania will continue to at least Spring 2019 — through bridal styles, anyway. At Theia, Don O'Neill took inspiration from British royal weddings throughout history, while Romona Keveza Legends looked to European and American royalty — think Princess Grace of Monaco and Rita Hayworth. Meanwhile, Jenny Packham recreated Kate Middleton's green, black-belted and much-discussed BAFTAs look as an ethereal lilac gown that's like a Jane Austen novel come to life. 

Designers sent pristine, unembellished and unadorned gowns in clean and streamlined silhouettes down the runway for next season. But just because the gowns aren't bedazzled with jewels or covered in delicate lace doesn't mean they're any less stunning, from gossamer-like illusion-sleeved ball gowns by Romona Keveza Collection and Nouvelle Amsale to clean, high-neck halter perfection by Savannah Miller.

Designers also reveled in the electrifying '70s with disco-ball metallic detailing, from Elizabeth Fillmore's silver sequin-splashed silk charmeuse slip to Mira Zwillinger's mirrored paillette and off-the-shoulder look to Jenny Packham's full-on sterling gown. Although, Naeem Khan went with sensational all-over gold — and mini — for a banger of an after-party.

Flutter sleeves reminiscent of the free-spirited '70s made an appearance in a range of oh-so-pretty lengths, from Mira Zwillinger's floral-embroidered off-the-shoulder layers to Claire Pettibone's long, sheer lace fluted sleeves to Alexandra Grecco's structured ruffles at the shoulder.

Wtoo by Watters Bridal Spring 2019

Wtoo by Watters showed their Spring 2019 wedding dresses at Bridal Fashion Week‘and a model got engaged on the runway!

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