If you are looking for a simple gown without intricate beading or layers upon layers of tulle, but you 're overwhelmed by the enormous number of wedding gowns out there, don't be. We've gone through almost 1,000 2010 wedding dresses and narrowed it down to a dozen favourites that cover the whole "spectrum". Whether you are looking for a simple wedding dress for a beach wedding or something a bit more formal, we have you covered. For one thing, they are great starting points! Follow our links to the designers' websites etc, see what else you may like..
From the Morilee Voyage Collection, this gorgeous gown features a deep v-neckline accented with delicate embroidery. This wedding gown makes a sexy statement without being revealing. It's fitted through the gathered waist before flowing into the soft satin skirt. Though this dress would be a beautiful choice for a destination wedding, it's also a chic option for a modern wedding at a local country club or hotel.
Sophisticated yet simple, this wedding gown is fit for a princess. Anjolique's A-line taffeta gown is perfect for a modern formal affair. Pull your hair into a sleek updo and finish off your look by adding a tiara. Happily, Anjolique gowns are available at retailers throughout Canada
Whether you are hosting an intimate wedding on a beach in Italy or an elaborate affair at a local hotel, this gown will take you there. This one-shoulder gown from Maggie Sottero is created from Gossamer chiffon and accented with beaded embellishments (one of 2010's hottest bridal fashion trends) at the waist. This Roman-inspired gown is a simple choice that still makes a big statement. You can get the Maggie Sottero "Astrid" gown in white or ivory.
This exquisite wedding dress from Reem Acra is beautifully simple. With a strapless neckline and full skirt, this gown is a fantastic choice for a traditional, formal wedding. With or without a veil, this stunning dress is a classic choice that your won't regret. In Canada, Reem Acra gowns are available through White in Toronto.
Romantic gowns don't have to be Victorian style - covered with beading and lace from head to toe. This fabulous wedding dress from Allure Bridals features flowing chiffon that is ruched through the bodice to create a beautiful drape. This gown is accented by just a touch of crystals and embroidery, and has a simple, flowing skirt. You should have no trouble finding a boutique that carries Allure Bridals, near you.
From the Destinations by Maggie Sottero Collection, this gorgeous gown is our pick for the best simple destination wedding gown. This slim chiffon gown feature a beaded Empire waist and detachable Watteau train. Whether you are getting married on the beach in Mexico, at a Canadian winery or outside a castle in France, this amazing dress is perfect for the occasion.
If you have decided to go with a short wedding dress, this chiffon dress from the Far & Away by Allure Collection is a must-have. This strapless dress features a sexy sweetheart neckline and full, short skirt. Pair this dress with a pair of strappy silver sandals and minimal jewelry for a fun, romantic look.
Simple doesn't necessarily mean casual. This drop-waist ballgown from Melissa Gentile is a beautiful choice with its strapless top and cathedral train. The glitz is very minimal with Swarovski crystal trim around the bust and waistline. This satin gown is a fantastic option for a formal wedding without being too gaudy or overdone.
If you love lace, this dress is the way to go. From the Monique Lhuillier Spring 2010 Collection, this gown offers allover lace with a modern flair. Instead of a heavy, vintage look, this sheath gown has a modified trumpet skirt and a light, airy appeal. The "Bernadette" and other Monique Lhuillier gowns are available at Bisou Bridal (Vancouver), Dina Alonzi Bridal (Toronto) and other select Canadian salons.
Are you going green on your wedding day? Fortunately designers like Adele Wechsler have created gorgeous eco-chic gowns created with organic hemp, vegetable dyed silk and remnant fabrics. So now, you can look good and feel good in your wedding dress. This flowing gown from the Adele Wechsler Spring 2010 collection is accented with a blue sash to add a touch of color to your wedding day look. This simple bridal gown would be a beautiful choice for an outdoor wedding.
From Caroline Calvert, this short dress is actually two pieces - the bustier and the bubble skirt. This cute dress is a hot choice because you can split the pieces and wear them long after your wedding day. For a casual, outdoor wedding, this ensemble is ideal. With the short length, you can dance all night long without dealing with a cumbersome, heavy skirt.
No one says that you have to go strapless on your wedding day. For the mature bride, or anyone who wants a little more coverage, this simple gown from the Alfred Sung Signature Collection is a must-have. This wedding dress features a shrug jacket and an embellished Empire waist. Alfred Sung is a Canadian wedding legend - very popular, making it easy to find any Alfred Sung bridal gown, somewhre near you.