Ball gowns are a compelling choice for any bride who’s ever dreamed of being a fairytale princess. Here are 10 of our favorite ball gowns.
This beautiful dress is inspired by Belle’s ball gown in Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, offering a similar silhouette and trademark features on the skirt.
The delicate ruffles on this dress give it volume without adding bulk, not unlike formal evening wear of the 1950s.
This dress walks a fine line between A-line and ballgown silhouettes for a classic romantic look.
With a nearly-sheer bodice and layers upon layers of chiffon ruffles, this gown fuses sensuality with elegance.
This fun and flirty ball gown was designed by Randy Fenoli (from TLC’s Say Yes to the Dress) as the grand finale piece in his runway show.
Sparkle, volume, drama – this dress has everything you could possibly want in a ball gown. The gem embellishments in the pickups add the perfect amount of princess flair.
With clean, crisp lines at the bodice and cascading layers of tulle at the skirt, this sweet and simple dress relies on its gorgeous silhouette to make an impact.
This gown with long lace-illusion sleeves offers a regal quality without losing its youthful sense of fun.
This vision in pink can be converted into 3 separate dresses: a natural-waist ball-gown with pink taffeta, a basque waist ball gown with pink tulle, and a pink taffeta tea-length dress.
This stunning gown features a lace illusion back with scalloped lace and dainty buttons down the center.