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Check Out the Most Unforgettable Bridal Gowns For Spring

Spring 2013 Bridal Week delivered some gorgeous gowns for next season, and we've rounded up seven unforgettable gowns from designers like Oscar de la Renta, Monique Lhuillier, and Vera Wang, offering a surprising take on traditional bridal looks. From unique veils to more modern silhouettes, check out today's Fab Flash for more wedding dress trends that will make your special day unforgettable.

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Hi, it's Allison McNamara, and you're watching Fab Flash! Spring 2013 Bridal Week delivered some gorgeous gowns for next season, so we rounded up seven unforgettable gowns that offer a surprising take on traditional bridal looks. For spring 2013 designers took the traditional veil to the next level, literally, with ornate headpieces, and made a big statement. Our favorite is by Carolina Herrera who created a lacy rosette shaped headpiece in the prettiest shade of seafoam green. The gown itself is classically elegant, a cream, strapless column gown with a delicate lace overlay with a seafoam ribbon waistband that breaks up the all white story, and a matching trim on the veil in the same hue. We've always been a fan of pink wedding gowns. Celebrity brides like Reese Witherspoon and Portia Di Rossi made our best dressed list in their pink gowns so it's no surprise that we adore this Monique Lillier mermaid style gown in the softest shade of pastel pink, which is right in line with fashion's pastel obsession right now. The form fitting bodice shows off her shape, while the dramatic lace on bottom really amps up the wow factor. A super-long matching veil perfects this pretty pink look. Re Malka [sp?] delivered a a bustier style gown that adds a sexy factor to this traditional silhouette. A nice update from sweetheart style necklines that we see so much of. White embroidery fade into soft white tulle on bottom, giving this bride an airy feel, perfect for a garden wedding. Going sans veil makes this a little less formal, and a satin band defines her waist. One of the biggest dress trends this season in ready to wear is the peplum so it's no surprise that it translated over into wedding gowns. Angel Sanchez showed his spin on the trend, creating a super sophisticated structured peplum gown that is perfect for a wedding in the city. Definitely for the woman who wants a modern silhouette to the bold but feminine twist for her big day. There Vera Wang had one of the most talked-about collections of the season after she delivered a runway in daring shades of red, China's traditional wedding color. If you're going to go for this brilliant hue, I say, "Go for it!"over the top one shoulder ball crimson colored gown, complete with a nipped tulle and lace skirt. Believe me, no one will forget you in this dress. Finally, de Laurentiis delivered so many beautiful gowns that we couldn't pick just one. First, this light blue and white eyelet gown is very untraditional and reminds us of a luxurious countryside wedding, not to mention the baby blue means you won't have to worry about picking up something blue. The other one that we love is this delicate white strapless with a bevy of white flowers cascading down the bodice, getting more sparse towards the hem, floating flowers trim the veil giving this look a whimsical effect that is so feminine. So now you've seen our picks for the unforgettable gowns for next season. Let me know which ones you like best. I'm Allison McNamara, see you next time on Fab Flash! on FabSugar TV.

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