It's all about the dress on that special day and a fashionista will not be caught walking down that aisle unless she has on the latest bridal trend. For Fall 2011 it is all about being romantic with textures, floral, princess style, and even getting two gowns out of one!

Designers must have a green thumb for the blossoming gowns in many of the collections for Fall 2011. Skirts of the gowns were covered in large cabbage roses, silk petals, and floral embroideries. There were even dresses that were shaped as one big flower. Brides to do not even have to wear traditional white anymore since gowns also came in ivory, pearl, nude, and cream colors.

The spotlight always falls on the textured and layered gowns. Various dresses have layers upon layers of light materials such as tulle, lace and taffeta. Layers of lightweight fabric paired with a sweetheart neckline or embroidery will make you feel like a princess. Some materials are crafted into textured shapes to create an out-of-this-world dress.

Some wedding dresses are starting to look like ball gowns. To have your perfect Cinderella moment, tryout one of this season's new super-sized wedding gowns. The dresses are not as heavy as Marie Antoinette's get-up since they are made from delicate light fabrics such as tulle, organza and point d?esprit. The form fitting bodices made of satin show of the bride's natural figure to balance out the over-sized skirt.

In certain circumstances, less is more ladies. Brides seem to be showing off those gams lately with designer mini dresses. These mini dresses are no way near a simple or last minute option; designers create these looks with a great attention to specific details. The feather trimmed mini from Jenny Packham, is sophisticated and elegant. Brides can also mix and match by sporting a lace top and an tulle or organza miniskirt paired with ribbon or silk belt.

Two for one! It must be a little tough dragging that gown around throughout your whole reception and it is definitely too expensive for some to buy two separate dresses. So why not get two dresses out of one? Thanks to designer Lela Rose, women have the option of achieving two different looks for their wedding. A skirt designed to the look of your choice is attached to a mini dress of your choice. In this case, Lela Rose designed a bustier-top mini dress with a matching detachable, floor-length skirt. Not only is this design convenient, but you guests will think you went all out for two separate dresses.