BERTA is definitely one of our favorite wedding dress designers as of late. While we personally didn’t get to see the show this year, it was by far one of our favorites last year. The show itself was so perfectly dramatic, and the dresses were a gorgeous mix of elegance and sexiness.
Now that we’re seeing the photos from BERTA’s fall 2018 wedding dress collection, we’re not surprised that we love it as much as we do. And it’s the complete opposite of last year’s fall collection! Which just goes to show you how great the woman behind the line is, designer Berta Balilti. We love this interview she recent did with The Bridal Council on why the designer thinks the line has become such a bride favorite.
“I really do things differently. That’s all. I disregard trends, budgets or any other commercial aspect – it’s all about design and art. It’s about creating the most exciting and touching dress I can. Success to me is measured in the way I am able to touch the heart of the bride. If I can get emotion out of her – that’s success to me.”
In terms of the inspiration behind the fall 2018 Berta wedding dress collection, this year’s focus was on the world of botany, and in particular flowers. More from the design house, below:
“The fall 2017 bridal collection from BERTA includes 30 masterpiece creations, sophisticated in cut & structure, and brings a new kind of aesthetics, emphasizing 3D flowers and lace appliques design, along with rich embellishments and brave use of color. It’s a collection unlike any other, celebrating the design and craftsmanship capabilities to their max, with all dresses made from the finest materials. Each dress is a unique design that can stand alone, apart from any collection, and tell a different story about the bride that wears it. From boho, to art-deco, to rich and glamorous. Just like the variety that can be found in the world of flowers – all are different from one another but equally pretty on their own right.”
Where to Buy: You can find a complete list of BERTA retailers here.
All photos by Mike Colón
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