10 Gorgeous Ballgown Wedding Dresses

10 Gorgeous Ballgown Wedding Dresses

Ball gowns are a compelling choice for any bride who’s ever dreamed of being a fairytale princess. They are the quintessential wedding day look and the go-to silhouette for so many brides who have been planning their big event since their childhood.

Flowing skirts, beautiful necklines, and various fabrics all come together to create one of these magical, storybook masterpieces. Here are 10 of our favorite ball gowns.

Pnina Tornai, 4922

Pnina Tornai 4922 Wedding Dress

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Pnina Tornai gowns are always full of fairy tale romance. And this one is no different. This is a strapless, A-line gown with a sheer bodice and so many gorgeous details.

The design features satin and organza flowers, optional blouson sleeves and a flowing ball skirt that you will love to sashay and sway on the dance floor with.

This is the perfect ball gown for the bohemian bride or the bride that wants to get married in a garden of florals or the bride that wants to make a springtime splash. It’s fit for the catwalk but can be your dream dress for your wedding day.

Lazaro, Paloma

Lazaro Paloma Wedding Dress

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This is another ball gown filled with flowers but with a more subdued and modern edge. This Lazaro bridal gown is dipped in Ivory and includes larger embroidered 3D floral detailings.

The dress is made of classic tulle and organza layers, it has a strapless sweetheart neckline, features a natural waist, and a traditional train to finish out your walk down the aisle.

Pair this with a classic veil, classic pumps, and a rose bouquet at your side. We would love to see this next to different shades of sage or even blush as the complementary tones and colors of the event.

Hayley Paige, Loretta

Hayley Paige Loretta Wedding Dress

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The Loretta gown from Hayley Paige is sheer magic. It is a modern gown draped in silk radzmir and tulle layers. We are loving the contemporary structure and the gorgeous, accentuating sweetheart neckline.

If you look closely you will also notice that the gown has architecture in mind. It has crisp lines and the bodice is fitted very well for the body. There are cascading layers within the skirt with a horsehair trim for extra voluminousness and bounce.

Truly, it is a near perfect ball gown, dream dress for the bride who has been envisioning her wedding day since she was a little one.

Romona Keveza, RK9405Romona Keveza RK9405 Wedding Dress

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Maybe you are looking for something more classic and maybe even Grace Kelly inspired.

If so, this Romona Keveza gown will be right up your alley.

It is modest, yet timeless, and fully bridal.

It features a bateau neckline, elbow length sleeves, and a simple foundation to make all of your personalization and accessorizing dreams come true.

We love this paired with all traditional elements, as you will be the most timeless bride around.

This is also a great choice for brides that want to mix things up a bit and create their own unique look since it is such a simple piece to start with.

Check out the RK9405 gown today!

Allure Bridals, 9728

Allure Bridal 9728 Wedding Dress

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Here’s another dreamy design and this one is from Allure Bridals.

This design, specifically, features a dainty lace bodice and voluminous ruffles all throughout the skirt.

The bodice features some texture and spaghetti strap sleeves to bring some focus up, while all the romance lies in the bottom.

This is a really versatile dress to choose for all kinds of events throughout all the seasons.

It could even easily be a destination piece, elopement dress, or a good option for brides the second time around.

Allison Webb, Palmer

Allison Webb Palmer Wedding Dress

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Another personal favorite, this time it’s from Allison Webb. The Palmer gown is a stunning masterpiece of contemporary architecture when it comes to fashion.

It features Italian Jacquard material, a square neckline, natural waist, and covered buttons all down the backside. There is also a bow featured at the back that we really love.

Choose this gown for a sultry winter wedding or at a bit of mystery to that springtime affair. It looks especially exciting in the city, don’t you think?

Amsale, Lark

Amsale Lark Wedding Dress

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Lark, from Amsale, is a pleated ballgown with a unique crumb catcher neckline that is hard not to fall in love with. It’s instantly modern and youthful – with a rich, luxury packaging.

The design features a Gazar bias, released pleats, and that ruffle at the top really seals the deal in terms of the girlish charm of the entire dress.

This ball gown falls under the more subtle, or understated designs. It’s quite simple but unique in its details. For those that want something a bit more posh, check this one out.

Pronovias, Benita

Pronovias Benita Wedding Dress

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There is something so fairy-tale inspired about this dress.

The off-the-shoulder sleeves, the blushing hue, all of it screams Aurora from Sleeping Beauty – but the gown’s name is actually “Benita!”

The gown is made from tulle and lace and features a corset bodice.

There are large clusters of floral embroidery found throughout as well.

Pair it with a classic veil for the ultimate bridal experience.

This is the type of dress that you simply cannot go wrong in. And it’s extremely accessible with its sizing up to 28.

Wtoo, Rosabel

Wtoo Rosabel Wedding Dress

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We of course had to throw in a gown with a bit more non-traditional energy. And that’s what this floral beauty really does for us.

It has all the elements of a traditional ball gown but all of them are leveled up a few notches. the gorgeous, colorful pattern, the off-the-shoulder sleeves and gorgeous neckline, and those gorgeous layers too. this dress is simply… gorgeous.

For those with a more bohemian flair or want something more youthful and fun, check out this ball gown and do a twirl or two. You will truly be the stand out of the show in this one.

Carol Hannah, Estival

Carol Hannah Estival Wedding Dress

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And finally there’s Estival from Carol Hannah. This design fits more along the lines of modern, but it has a traditional flair that is hard to ignore.

This gown features an Italian tulle draped with embroidery, velvet sashes, and beaded buttons too. There is so much romance hidden throughout these layers. It truly would look like a dream floating on the dance floor.

This is a more subdued ball gown but still has all the elements to make that bold statement you would want when you choose a dress of this size.