Instead of your “something blue” as a garter or an earring, why not just walk the aisle in the dress of your dreams, that’s been dipped in a magical shade of blue you love? There are so many incredible designers that are taking the color plunge and creating wedding gowns full of personality and unique appeal.
Below, you’ll find 10 blue wedding gowns that you can say “I DO” in for the first time or all over again. Let’s have a look at some of these gorgeous designs and see if one is calling your name.
10 Blue Wedding Gowns To Say I Do All Over Again In
The gorgeous “Oceane” gown is a stunner front top to bottom, side to side. If you want something whimsical, slightly bohemian, and as if you stepped out of your own personal fairy-tale, then this is the design to track down.
It provides a gorgeous, natural waistline for a woman’s body and that misty blue tulle gives it a powerful punch of unique, bridal style. We suggest pairing it with a matching blue veil for the ultimate experience and finished look.
A Carolina Herrera beauty that isn’t blue but has the absolute perfect powder accent, this dress is one of the most traditional on the list. A lace-covered silhouette with a nod to the Victorian era, that bow is the back is something the bridal dreams are made of.
If you’re looking to spice up with wedding day with a mix of classic and contemporary, this is definitely the route you should take. That back design is just the right amount of sexy blended with timeless bridal beauty.
For those brides that want a bit of drama, look no further than this brocade design from David’s Bridal. Although it’s cut like a classic, bridal ball gown it stands out with its unique fabric and stunning silver-blue dressing.
There are 3,000 beads that cover the butterfly-motif sash, it includes side pockets, and there’s a chapel train that finishes off the hemline. And the price is really hard to beat!
A light ball gown topped with gorgeous floral appliques and a dusting of powder blue, the “Skye” design is another stunner on the list. For those that want a whimsy, girlish gown for their wedding day, we’ve found you a choice that fits the bill within this Mira Zwillinger creation.
And did you notice the flowing cap sleeves? They add a certain level of fairy-tale romance to the ending look, don’t you think?
Nicole Spode knocked us off our feet with this flowing, Grace Kelly-inspired blue ball gown. With sprinkles of white floral appliques and a skirt that will graze the aisle like magic, the design even features a glittering tulle skirt for a next-level, bridal style.
The straps on this design give it an even more elegant elevation than the strapless models that we’re so used to seeing. But it’s not too youthful either with its deep-V neck feature and beautiful waistline.
This gown will really get the party going and, no surprise, it was designed by Vera Wang. It holds classic lines and a silhouette that strikes the hearts of all kinds of brides. But it’s that blue ombre tulle that really makes onlookers swoon.
For those looking for something unique but to still feel like a feminine bride, this is a dress that will hit the mark. Thankfully, it’s easily accessible to all kinds of women and the price point isn’t bad either!
For those looking for something a bit more regal or couture, check out this deep blue beauty from Oscar de la Renta. It’s got a gorgeous scalloped neckline lined with sparkling crystals. It’ll bring the eye up and contrast nicely with the rich tone.
You’ll feel like you just hit the red carpet while making your way down to your groom. We love these kinds of gowns for vow renewals as it’s like a sophisticated, bridal upgrade to the original day you say, “I do.”
This rainy blue ball gown deserves its own spot in a storybook, don’t you think? There’s something extra special about the contrasting shades and flowing skirt. The neckline is even more interesting because of its sharp cut and multi-textural finish.
And finally, why not really make a statement in this bold Francesca Miranda wedding gown design? A powerful, blue floral print is neatly displayed across the skirt while the top pays homage to a love of the Victorian-era with its high neckline and illusion lace.
This too is a more versatile design as it could be the topping for all kinds of celebrations. A formal, black tie affair would do it justice or even something more casual and held outside would blend nicely with the petal pattern.