Last week, your social feeds were likely flooded with happy photos from actress/producer Sophia Bush and real estate investor Grant Hughes’ wedding in Oklahoma. The whole shebang had decidedly dreamy vibes, but the star attraction was Bush’s otherworldly floral-print wedding dress. Custom-made by designer Monique Lhuillier, a friend of the bride, the dress stood out for its vintage-inspired patterns and slender silhouette.
A little insight into the birth of Bush’s bespoke floral print wedding dress. Bush and Hughes got engaged in 2021 at Lake Como. In an interview with vogue, Bush revealed that she and Hughes spent most of the pandemic in Tulsa, Hughes’ hometown. The spirit of Tulsa inspired the flowers in Bush’s wedding dress. The puffy, blouson-sleeved ballgown was made from custom-created fabric by Lhuillier and featured a mixed pattern of flowers native to Oklahoma, as well as California and Italy, which honored the legacy of the couple’s families. The dress was an earthy color mix of peach Oklahoma tea roses, dark orange California poppies, warm green olives and buttercup buttercups. Lhuillier also created a custom veil to match the dress embroidered with poppies, roses and olive leaves.
We’ve already reported that the floral wedding dress is a major trend this season, but Bush’s dress has taken the look to another level. Now we call it: the floral print wedding dress is the mega micro-trend of 2022, as brides seek ever more unique dresses.
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This watercolor floral chiffon dress is pure romance, thanks to its delicate ruffled flutter sleeves and flowing sash at the waist.
This midi corset dress would be our go-to for a chic vineyard wedding or a celebration in a Tuscan destination. Pair it with a birdcage veil to completely embrace the look.
This elegant Needle & Thread gown features hand-painted wildflowers taken from a vintage 1900s print. The swirl-worthy tulle skirt makes a super sweet wedding dress choice.
Batsheva’s revamp of beloved brand Laura Ashley has been a chintz lover’s dream. It’s not your typical wedding dress choice, but that’s what makes it amazing and perfect for an intimate garden party in the garden.
This stunning Monique Lhuillier dress is very similar to the dress Sophia Bush wore on her wedding day. This set is a two-piece: you can wear the top again with jeans and the skirt with a crisp white shirt for a future formal affair.
This floral ball gown is a perfect choice if you want a maximalist take on the floral print wedding dress trend. It ticks all the style boxes: trendy print, puff sleeves and ruffled skirt.
The Winslow wrap dress is a chic fashion choice that’s perfect for a breezy oceanside wedding. Pair it with your favorite heeled sandals for your ceremony and a minimalist white trainer for dancing. (It’s also a great wedding guest dress.)
Although it’s technically a bridesmaid dress, we think it’s also a great wedding dress. The pattern looks like something straight out of Bridgerton, who continues to be one of the biggest influences on bridal style in 2022.
This floral silk taffeta dress features ruffled sleeves that can be worn on or off the shoulder. It’s a perfect match for a blush length veil in airy tulle.
Italian designer Peter Langner is a master of print and color. We love this brilliant combo of cornflower blue and tangerine blossoms on this column dress.
The Sarang dress combines the floral print trend with another look we love: the wedding ball gown. This dress is pure romance, with a full train, a low back and, as a bonus, pockets.
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