Light, Airy Gowns with Splashes of Color by Sabrina Dahan Spring 2017

These impressionist-inspired dresses will have you embracing your artistic side.

Light, Airy Gowns with Splashes of Color by Sabrina Dahan Spring 2017

Photo: Tristan Kallas Photography

Sabrina Dahan’s notable attention to detail strikes again with her new spring 2017 collection. Perfect for spring, the bridal collection is full of color, delicate embroideries, and light, airy fabrics. Inspired by the impressionist movement, Sabrina Dahan uses the whimsy of her new gowns to give brides the opportunity to express themselves on the happiest day of their life.

The standouts of the collection are the “Amélie” and “Renoir,” which each feature floral beaded embroidery and tulle A-line skirts. The “Amélie” is soft and romantic, with long sleeves, a tiered skirt, and embroidered blossoms in blush and lemon hues. The “Renoir” gown contrasts this with beads creating larger blooms and greenery to make the bride look like a stunning queen of the forest. Illusion cutouts at the sides add a modern edge to the dress. Brides looking to make a statement while still sticking to traditional shades of white will love the organza pleated tulle skirt of the “Cécile” gown. See more styles from the new collection in the slideshow above!

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Photos by Tristan Kallas Photography