See Sareh Nouri Wedding Dresses From Bridal Fashion Week
Finding the perfect wedding dress can be an exciting—but daunting— task, especially when you’re envisioning a feminine look that still feels modern. Luckily, Sareh Nouri’s wedding dresses strike that perfect balance, with streamlined silhouettes and luxe fabrics that help brides-to-be score a look that’s both of the moment and elegant.
Sareh Nouri’s Fall 2020 Wedding Dresses
Adeleine gown; one-shoulder wedding dress with structural bodice and skirt slit.
Belle gown; long-sleeve A-line wedding dress with keyhole neckline and floral belt.
Claudette gown; strapless A-line wedding dress with sheer floral back bow.
Cosette gown; mermaid wedding dress with thick straps and sweetheart neckline.
Eloise gown; cap-sleeve wedding dress with high neckline and lace bodice.
Gabrielle gown; textured strapless wedding dress with deep V-neckline.
Halette gown; lace A-line wedding dress with mock neck and long sheer sleeves.
Jacqueline gown; strapless wedding dress with allover floral appliques.
Louise gown; strapless wedding dress with sweetheart neckline and back ruffles.
Noelle gown; strapless wedding dress with draped bodice and floral skirt appliques.
Paulette gown; strapless lace wedding dress with sweetheart neckline.
Sophine gown; form-fitting lace wedding dress with long sleeves.
Violette gown; sleeveless ball gown with scoop neckline and floral fabric.
Designer Sareh Nouri’s Signature Style
Timeless, elegant, sophisticated, and feminine are all descriptions commonly associated with Sareh Nouri’s wedding gowns. Bespoke fabrics (think: fine French lace and luxe Italian silk) and unique draping are key to her take on modern romance, and Nouri’s 2020 dress collection is no exception.
“I believe that finding a wedding dress is like finding a true friend; you should be able to trust it, you should never regret it, and whenever you see it… it should always make you smile,” says Nouri on her website. She clearly designs with that mantra in mind, paying close attention to even the smallest details to add a timeless femininity and capture the hearts of her to-be-wed fans.
A Brief History of Wedding Dress Designer Sareh Nouri
Born in Iran, Sareh Nouri moved to Virginia with her family at age ten. After attending George Mason University, Nouri worked on a variety of commercial and non-profit advertising campaigns, utilizing her degree in graphic design. However, it wasn’t until it came time to find a dress for her own wedding in 2009 that she turned her sights (and talent) to the bridal industry. Nouri’s vision of finding a dress that was both sophisticated and ethereal proved to be more difficult than she initially thought — instead of settling, she opted to design her own dress.
Sareh Nouri Collection History
After successfully designing her dream gown for her 2009 wedding, Nouri was inspired to begin work on her first bridal launch. The namesake collection hit the runway in 2012 at New York Bridal Fashion Week, and featured a selection of six timeless wedding gowns and an assortment of sashes. Each of her collections since have been inspired by a theme that guides the development and aesthetics of her designs. Most recently was Nouri’s Fall 2020 collection, aptly named, “French Romance,” which was inspired by the Versaille Gardens, highlighting floral motifs and intricate lace details. Nouri’s forthcoming Spring 2020 collection is known as “The Royal Collection”. Fit for a queen (and with designs named after many of them), this collection featured eye-catching contemporary details and classic regal silhouettes.
Nouri frequently credits her degree in graphic design and her Persian heritage as a source of motivation and inspiration for her designs. Using her graphic design knowledge, she’s able to create unique patterns for her sashes and gowns that are absolutely one-of-a-kind.. Her Persian heritage also comes into play with both her fabric selection and the very identity of her collections. Her Neda gown, which uses lightweight materials and symbolizes freedom, is a tribute to Neda Sultan, an Iranian political activist who lost her life fighting for freedom.
Sareh Nouri wedding gowns are all made in the USA, manufactured in her New Jersey Atelier using rich fabrics like silk tulle, silk organza, and Sophie Hallete French lace to create an element of grandeur that’s ever present in Nouri’s gowns.
Famous Sareh Nouri Brides
Pop culture fan? Then you’ve probably seen at least one Sareh Nouri bridal gown while you’ve been skimming US Weekly or celeb gossip blogs. Her designs have been spotted everywhere from television shows like Cake Boss and E! News to the MET Gala, and famous fans include Juliana Rancic, former American Idol star Diana DeGarmo and Miss America, Caressa Cameron.
Fun Facts about Sareh Nouri
Nouri grew up surrounded by artists and painters and spent much of her time, before designing wedding dresses, studying Persian calligraphy. Calligraphy and dress designing might seem like two totally different practices, but in Nouri’s mind it all comes down to creating with an original and innovative eye.
Sareh Nouri Previous Wedding Dress Collections
Sareh Nouri Spring 2020 Collection
See every dress from Sareh Nouri's Spring 2020 line below.
To check out all the Bridal Fashion Week galleries, plus wedding dress advice and more, go to TheKnot.com/bridal-fashion-week.