Wedding dresses Pronovias

Hand-fin­ished, lux­u­ri­ous fab­rics, incred­i­bly beau­ti­ful designs — all this makes Pronovias wed­ding dress­es so desir­able all over the world. They are admired by fash­ion­istas, celebri­ties and noble peo­ple. Many girls dream of get­ting mar­ried in a dress from this brand, because in it she will be the most beau­ti­ful and desir­able bride.

Spanish wedding dresses Pronovias — a bit of history

The Span­ish fash­ion brand Pronovias began its his­to­ry in the 20s of the 20th cen­tu­ry. Then a store was opened that sold fab­rics, lace and embroi­dery for wed­ding dress­es. In 1964, the first col­lec­tion of wed­ding dress­es was pre­sent­ed, which at that time was a bold step. After all, to offer a ready-made wed­ding dress was a nov­el­ty, but this idea appealed to many clients and soon things went up.

Pronovias is now an inter­na­tion­al leader in the bridal indus­try, with dress­es sold in 75 coun­tries.

Collections of wedding dresses Pronovias

This sea­son, the Pronovias brand again delight­ed its fans with an extrav­a­gan­za of beau­ti­ful, fem­i­nine and fab­u­lous dress­es. The enthu­si­as­tic audi­ence watched with plea­sure every cre­ation of famous fash­ion design­ers. Tal­ent­ed design­ers Manuel Mota and Elie Saab worked on them for a year. Wed­ding dress­es were pre­sent­ed in 6 col­lec­tions, each of which has its own idea and mean­ing.

  1. Cos­tu­ra. The col­lec­tion con­sists of clas­sic dress­es for a mag­nif­i­cent cel­e­bra­tion. Mod­els are made of open­work guipure and dec­o­rat­ed with pearls and embroi­dery with flo­ral ele­ments. Puffy dress­es with orig­i­nal gath­ered pleats at the waist and a long train look sim­ply amaz­ing. In almost all dress­es, the waist is empha­sized by a wide satin or lace rib­bon.
  2. Manuel Mota. This is an unusu­al, cre­ative col­lec­tion. Most dress­es open legs. There are also skirts short­ened in front and long slits, and for the brave — mod­els with short puffy skirts made of satin and guipure. Dress­es are dec­o­rat­ed with feath­ers and drap­ery, embroi­dered with beads and sequins, as well as embroi­dery.
  3. Elie by Elie Saab. There is an abun­dance of lace and flow­ers. The high­light was the dress with a cutout on the back. Dec­o­ra­tion is tra­di­tion­al for this fash­ion design­er: the finest lace, bead embroi­dery and flow­ers.
  4. Dreams. The pecu­liar­i­ty of these dress­es is light airy mate­ri­als: organ­za, chif­fon, guipure, tulle and lace. The col­lec­tion was cre­at­ed espe­cial­ly for roman­tic brides. Fluffy skirts, the use of pearls and sequins of the same col­or, bust dec­o­ra­tion with feath­ers and tulle, Parisian pleat­ed chif­fon, frills and tails — all this allows you to cre­ate an image of a gen­tle and charm­ing nymph.
  5. Fash­ion. In this col­lec­tion there are dress­es of a straight line cut. Such min­i­mal­ism per­fect­ly empha­sizes all the charms of the female fig­ure. The empha­sis is on asym­met­ri­cal neck­lines, neck­lines and sleeves. They are dec­o­rat­ed with var­i­ous draperies and remov­able capes.
  6. Glam­or. This col­lec­tion has dress­es for every taste: del­i­cate mod­els with thin spaghet­ti straps, a mer­maid dress, godet, lux­u­ri­ous bustiers, puffy skirts, white chif­fon dress­es and much more.
See also
wedding fashion

Features of finishing wedding dresses Pronovias

In all mod­els of wed­ding dress­es, flo­ral motifs are used: embroi­dery, guipure ros­es that adorn the bodice.

The sig­na­ture fea­ture of this col­lec­tion is fig­ured ele­ments made of incised tulle, trim­ming of the skirt, bodice and sleeves.

Addi­tion­al acces­sories include short­ened translu­cent boleros, which are dec­o­rat­ed with glass beads, a delight­ful veil, as well as hand-embroi­dered Span­ish shawls.

Wed­ding dress­es Pronovias — Spain is a wor­thy choice that will make the bride the hap­pi­est and most beau­ti­ful on this day.