Wedding Ideas

100 Years of Wedding Gown Trends

Posted on May 04 by Francesca Sgambati
New Jersey Bride Tara and Michal's Wedding

Jeff Tisman Photography

 

From engagement rings to wedding cakes, Mode is always making videos to show 100 years of trends in a three minute video. We love their take on 100 years of wedding gowns, starting from 1915 and going all the way to 2015. It’s interesting to see how bridal fashion has changed and evolved, and how fashion tends to repeat itself! We love some of these past looks for a modern day bride, what do you think? Which decade is your favorite?

 


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