For the Truvelle 2017 Bridal Collection, Creative Director and Founder Gaby Bayona is exploring a more flirtatious side of her bride. The new collection features wedding dresses with low-dipping necklines and a focus on backless details, but still stays true to Truvelle’s effortless charm.
The 2017 collection is unlike any other from the made-in-Canada brand. Due to bolder cuts and geometric features that cater for the modern bride, the collection really sets itself apart. Also, the colours used for the Truvelle 2017 wedding dresses are both subtle and sultry.
Carrall combines mochas and pearls with fresh shades of white for a stand out dress. The dress features a deep v-bodice met with a criss-crossed taupe satin ribbon, leading the eye to the noteworthy back.
Another of our favourites is Hamilton. This stunning gown features a water resistant lace skirt, intricately strapped back and off-white grosgrain ribbon. The strapped back complements the structured v-necked bodice beautifully.
Finally, Cambie is an illusion neckline wedding gown with beaded lace sleeves and chiffon skirt. The romantic bodice complements the hand-ruched, off-white skirt on this elegant, feminine gown.
The Truvelle 2017 collection will offer a sigh of relief to brides searching for design-forward details that are both feminine and unique. The collection also remains true to Truvelle’s mission for careful, quality craftsmanship. To find out more about Truvelle and their stunning collections visit truvelle.com.
Truvelle 2017 Gallery
Photography: Kristy Ryan of Blush Wedding Photography
Hair and Make-Up: Emily Cheng
Lifestyle Image Florist: Days of May
Lifestyle Model: Kira Fox of Silent Models
Product Model: Rachel Ballinger of Wilhelmina