Sometimes finding the perfect bridal gown can seem like an undertaking that makes wedding planning seem effortless, but look no further ladies - Jasmine Couture's 2017 Spring Collection has come to make your bridal dreams come true. These breathtaking designs make the wearer look spectacular at every angle and offer the kind of o-m-g factor that any bride could fall for. Ready to say yes to the dress? Take one look at these flawless designs and the decision will practically be made for you!

Jasmine Couture Collection

It is often said that the highlight of any wedding is the moment when the groom first sees his bride, and that makes the overall bridal look all the more important. Choosing a dress that accentuates the feminine figure, shows off the bride's individuality, and enhances the bride's natural beauty is Jasmine Bridal's focus when designing gowns. All of the fine details and innovative concepts that define what makes a couture gown are taken to the next level in this 2017 Spring Collection. Beyond the exceptional lacework, intricate beading, and jaw-dropping bodices, the trains are completely breathtaking and vary from voluminous skirts with cathedral length fabric to sheer, laced fabric that settles just past the toes in a gorgeous sweep. These beauties cover all the bases! And while we assure you that these dazzling gowns will draw in all of the attention on that special day, we can't guarantee that you won't have a hard time picking just one!

The best part? Jasmine also has dresses for flower girls, bridesmaids, mothers of the bride and even the groom! Now you can choose the dress of your dreams and have an elegant bridal party to match. If one of these gowns is your "must have", visit one of the many Jasmine Bridal locations for a consultation, and be sure to emphasize that bridal look with their many wedding accessories, including veils, jackets, and shawls. Be sure to take a look at their many other impressive designs on their website, and follow their Instagram for a daily dose of eye candy!

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SW Contributor: Jessica Ferraro