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Fall 2024 Bridal Aesthetics: The Rococo Collection Visual Guide

It’s the most wonderful time of the year… in bridal, of course! The 2023 New York Bridal Market is rapidly approaching and we are thrilled to be debuting the Rococo Collection at Horizon Bridal.

The HB Collective is such a talented, inclusive, and diverse group of bridal designers we have had the pleasure of being a part of, debuting new bridal collections each year. This is a trade event you do not want to miss— fellow industry friends, I’m talking to you! Find details here!

So, with #NYBM on the horizon… let the countdown begin! (See, what I did there? 🥁)

Our brides and industry friends are asking—what is the Rococo Collection all about? What the heck does “Rococo” even mean? While we talked about the inspiration behind the Rococo Collection and shared some #BTS sneak peeks in a recent blog, we’re breaking down some of the bridal aesthetics you’ll see in this collection. We don’t necessarily care about following the bridal trends, BUT these new wedding dresses are sure to set some.

Rococo, the 18th-century art movement, was luxurious, feminine, delicate, romantic, dreamy, and dramatic. The style was criticized at the time for its excess, frivolity, and playfulness. Our opinion? Those are the things that fuel our wildest daydreams.

Sophia Coppola's 2006 Marie Antoinette

Inspired by indulgence, joy, beauty, and romance, meet the bridal aesthetics of The Rococo Collection!

Floral Motifs

Hand-painted floral motifs weave through the collection, embracing the natural beauty of nature. Botanical elements are incorporated through hand-painting, appliques, beading, and embroidery— an enchanting essence through details never to be overlooked.

Corset Bodices

A corset bodice style with a modern twist pays homage to dramatic femininity and celebrates the intricate craftsmanship of the Rococo style. Meticulously designed as a structured work of art defines sculptural elegance.


Soft organza, sleek matte satin, and crisp taffeta create voluminous skirts, structured sleeves, and decorative elements that embody grace and grandeur with a touch of whimsy and romance.

Convertible Pieces

Designed for effortless transition, convertible pieces like detachable sleeves and details allow brides to adapt their look on their wedding day. Convertible pieces combine functionality and aesthetics to express unbridled individuality and personal style.

Maximalist Grandeur

Voluminous silhouettes, ornate beadwork, opulent detailing, indulgent fabrics, and bold colors embrace a maximalism aesthetic reminiscent of the grandeur of the Rococo art movement.

Bold Color

The Rococo Collection embraces color unexpectedly, fusing beauty and romance with a touch of drama and fearlessness.

Off-the-shoulder and Strapless Necklines

Graceful and romantic, off-the-shoulder and strapless necklines celebrate timeless elegance and dramatic femininity.

Now that we’ve given a sneak peek of some bridal aesthetics to expect in the Rococo Collection, it’s time to let your imagination run wild.💭

Stay tuned for the grand reveal by following along on Instagram or subscribing to our emails and get ready to be captivated by the allure of the Rococo Collection. The countdown to #NYBM is on!

-xoxo, Barbara


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