It's set to be a fabulous year to get wed, so make sure you're ahead of the game with 2013's biggest wedding trends
If you've already spent hours poring over gowns, or are newly engaged over the festive season (congrats!) you won't want to step foot down that aisle without taking a look at our pick of the top style trends for wedding dresses in 2013...
Dresses: The Vintage Wedding Dress Company
Whether you want to detract attention away from your arms or make them the highlight of your dress, sleeves can make all the difference to a bridal look.
Dress by Pronovias
It is your big day after all, so why not go the-bigger-the-better on everything, including the most important dress of your life?
Dress by Alan Hannah
Nothing looks more beautiful than a cascading veil following you down the aisle. Work it more than one way by pooling it at your feet after the ceremony for wedding photos you'll never tire of looking at. Just remember to task one of your maids with keeping it under control.
Dress by Alberta Ferretti
Loved by an array of red carpet-gracing celebs from Sarah Jessica Parker to Lea Michele, the one-shoulder trend is bigger than ever before. Work the look with a glamorous up- or side-do.
Dress by Charlotte Balbier
With the box office remake set to hit screens in spring 2013, all eyes will be on The Great Gatsby's Carey Mulligan (in the role of Daisy Buchanan) and her dropwaists, fringing and loose silhouettes. Nod to prohibition glamour yourself with a Twenties-inspired gown.
Dress by Circa Vintage Brides
Shimmer 360° all day long with detailing on the back of your dress. Keep the style of your dress, neckline and jewellery simple to avoid looking OTT.
Dress by Claire Pettibone
No longer a nightmare of the Eighties, big sleeves are back and lift the eyes towards your upper half, should that be your W-day aim.
Dress by David Fielden
Matching your frock to your wedding cake is so hot right now. To best way to achieve the look? Tiers and lots of them! Avoid a meringue situation by keeping the tiers long and fine.
Dress by Delphine Manivet
A perfect choice for any brides looking to give the impression of a long, lean figure. This clever cut can add inches in height to a petite frame and it's the perfect opportunity to show off the results of all those arm workouts, too!
Dress by Dessy
Make like Pippa Middleton and draw attention to your derrière in a gorgeous fishtail gown. A couple of months of squats will help achieve the perfect view for your guests as you walk down the aisle!
Dress by Ellis
Not a fan of flashing the flesh? A high neckline and full-length gown is a fabulous way of staying elegantly covered without seeming prudish. An illusion neckline or lace detail can add a flirty suggestion of skin.
Dress by Raimon Bundó
Not only will you have your groom itching to run his hands through your glossy locks but every guest, will want to feel a frock laden with ruffles, pleats, lace, tulle...
Dress by Ian Stuart
Harking back to the days of Jane Austen an empire line dress is great for brides with a small bust and no waist. Even back in Austen's time, women knew just how to hide their figure flaws!
Dress by Jenny Packham
There’s no doubt you’ll spend your wedding day feeling as if you’re walking on air, and this ethereal trend mirrors that feeling to perfection.
Dress by Jesús Peiró
Rock this trend and you can tick off your something old and something new in one fell swoop, as the high-necks and flat skirts of the Victorian era meet current day cool.
Dress by YolanCris
It may be a woman's prerogative to constantly change her mind, but this style of dress means you won't have to. Instead, you can have your wedding cake and eat it with a double helping of hem lengths. It's a great way to showcase prepped pins without loosing the traditional train.
Dress by Wtoo Bride
There's a very good reason that this style is top of the trends for another year running and it's because the classic duo of a fitted bodice and an A-line skirt is flattering for all.
Dress by Vera Wang
2013 will see lots of added adornments around the waist in the W-day dress market, inspired by red-carpet peplum creations worn by style crushes Victoria Beckham and Jessica Biel.
Dress by Temperley
A key mission of your day should be to retain your personal style, so if long dresses aren't your thing, don't follow the crowd. Whether it be floaty, strapless, belted or a shift, an above-the-knee hemline is bang on trend.
Dress by Stewart Parvin
You can never be too greedy when it comes to your wedding, so if you want two layers to your big-day outfit, then two you shall have.
Dress by Stephanie Allin