From fairy tale princess to sophisticated simplicity

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Ana Marie’s Bridal shows latest bridal trends

Story by Madeleine Leroux
Photos by Liv Paggiarino

Whether you’ve always dreamed of being the fairy tale princess, with sparkles and embellishments, or imagined more of a clean, elegant look, with simple lines and bold features, there’s a wedding dress for you.

Wendy Gladbach, owner of Ana Marie’s Bridal at 223 E. High St., recently shared with us some of the hottest trends in bridal gowns, showing off the variety of options available to fit any bridal vision.

Below, you’ll find examples of the four main trends Gladbach highlighted: simplicity, boldness, enchantment and grandeur. Remember, you can find these dresses and more at Ana Marie’s in downtown Jefferson City.


Modeled by Emily Cole

A timeless look that embraces the minimalist trend. This trend is perfect for those who embrace a more natural look and want a dress that reflects the same.


Modeled by Danisha Hogue

This trend embodies sophistication, elegance and class. The long sleeves show another popular trend in bridal gowns this season, and the clean lines bring it all together for a perfect look.


Modeled by Madeleine Leroux

This trend embraces romance with a frothy style. Find sparkles and more that fit right into your own fairy tale wedding.


Modeled by Ryn McGowan

Another trend that would fit in a fairy tale wedding, this more embellished style will include features like intricate beadwork. This particular dress features sheer lace side panels along the strapless style.

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