These Wedding Dresses Are Going To Be 2020's Next Trend | 22 Words

Times have changed. We no longer wait until we get married to consummate a relationship. In fact, we'd consider ourselves restraint personified if we made it to the third date without a little bit of rough and tumble.

We see couples who have only just met have sex on live TV and don't bat an eyelid. Not to mention the constant stream of near-naked celebrity posts on social media that we are bombarded with on a daily basis.

So really it was only a matter of time before we took the virginal and demure white wedding dress and transformed into a kinky, barely-there slip of a dress.

We may not be rushing out to buy one anytime soon, but it wouldn't hurt to take a look at this bold, new trend, now would it? Keep scrolling.

We love a good wedding.

I mean who doesn't? If nothing else it's a good excuse for a party and buying a new dress.

Picking the perfect venue.

Should you go with a traditional church wedding? A regal castle? Or play it safe with a registry office and an intimate restaurant? Decisions, decisions.

Choosing a caterer.

And of course, all the free tasting sessions that go with this laboring task. How any bride fits into her wedding dress on the big day, we don't know!

And the wedding cake.

Why not go a little non-traditional and choose a cheese cake? As in a cake made of cheese rather than a cheesecake.

The all-important question; DJ or band?

A DJ is more versatile but a band is oh so cool. Unless your husband to be is a secret swing fan.

Sending out those sought-after invitations.

No honey you can't invite your entire college football team. I am letting you invite your mom aren't I? Count yourself lucky.

Choosing your rings.

Men never seem to grasp the importance of this task. Not only does the ring symbolize your everlasting love for each other, but it is essentially a piece of jewelry that we will be wearing every day for the rest of our lives. It must be perfect.

And of course the obligatory hen and stag parties. Naked butler anyone? They are on offer 241.

More like hen and stag getaways nowadays. The last night or week of freedom when you are required to drink yourself stupid, wear a penis as a hat (that one's mostly for the bride) and wake up with a head full of regrets. And a renewed sense of love for your soon to be significant other.

The anticipation of the dad dancing.

We all know and love a relative that dances like this.  Their enthusiasm is somewhat undermined by their terrible moves and rhythm.

We love a Royal Wedding too.

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Ooh, don't get us started on a Royal Wedding. The day that Meghan married Prince Harry will be forever imprinted on our minds. Long live the Queen.

Not to mention a glam celebrity one.

Who could forget Justin and Hailey Bieber's beautiful wedding?

Even if it's a bit of a car crash.

Who could forget the slightly awkward pics of Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth's nuptials? The bride looked spaced and don't even get us started on Billy Rae!

Or if the bride and groom are so unbearably smug.

Yes, we know, we are just jealous.

And how could we forget the most important element of any wedding?

No not the groom. The bride's wedding dress. The dress that should make every woman feel like a princess.

There are plenty of mainstream styles to choose from already.

Like the figure-hugging fishtail option. Perfect for creating the illusion of curves if you don't really have any. The next one's a classic...

The ballgown.

The most popular wedding dress style, this design is guaranteed to make you feel like a princess on your big day. It also hides a multitude of sins!

Strapless for those blessed with slim shoulders and toned arms.

Another popular style, a strapless gown is a great way to show some skin when you have chosen a full-length dress.

And our personal fav, the sweetheart neckline design.

It's in the name really, isn't it? Who doesn't want to look like a sweetheart on their wedding day. Plus they are just so flattering.

But there have been mixed reactions to the latest trends...

Harsh words.

On the other hand...

Whatever makes you feel good on your big day.

Although...

You should probably keep your audience in mind...

Not forgetting the photographer...

Those bad boys really are forever.

Well...

George is certainly a fan.

Of course...

It's all about the bride feeling comfortable and beautiful on her special day.

But Maureen certainly doesn't approve.

Perhaps it's not the most appropriate outfit for a church wedding?

This year's wedding dress trend is an acquired taste, to say the least.

2019 sees the arrival of the naked wedding dress. Yep, you heard us right. We said naked as in nude, starkers, in one's birthday suit.

This trend has been popular with the celebs for a while but is now hitting the mainstream.

From jumpsuits, to fishtails to minis, this wedding dress design is extremely versatile.

We love this creation by Grace Loves Lace.

This wedding dress designer has been advocating this naked style wedding dress long before it became fashionable. Think elegant but daring.

This one is intricate, yet stunningly simple at the same time.

Probably best to have a tan if you want to try this style of dress. A good option for brides wanting to dip one toe into the naked dress trend without going the whole hog.

A good way to upstage the scenery.

You could get married in front of the Taj Mahal and this dress would still steal the show. We adore the detailing on this little number.

Baby got back.

Big bums are definitely still in this year and this dress is simply bootylicious. Not for the body-conscious, wear this dress if you are curvy and proud.

For ladies who want to show off the girls.

Lace fits beautifully over an ample bosom, but be warned underwear can be difficult to disguise so you may need to brave going braless.

Channeling Eve in the Garden of Eden.

Could this dress be any more stunning? The floral design is perfect for a spring wedding and while it's definitely inspired by the naked trend, your modesty will still stay intact.

Cleavage or legs? F*ck it, it's my wedding day, let's go with both.

Ahh, the age-old question; do I flash t*ts or pins? Well, in this case it's both. Hurray!

Can we bag the Pete Wicks lookalike for our wedding too?

With this trend, the bride should definitely be the center of attention. The groom could show up in converses and a plain white tee for all we care.

Who needs to see the bride's face when their gown is this gorgeous?

The groom's eyes will be firmly on your bod if you choose a dress like this, and can you really blame him?

But when it comes down to it, we just want to get as much wear out of it as humanly possible.

Monica, Rachel and Phoebe hit the nail on the head as always. We want a wedding dress that we can put on to feel pretty any damn day we please.