Sweetheart necklines may be the most popular type of neckline on wedding dresses. The feminine heart-shaped design is flattering on virtually every body type. And virtually every style genre will have a gown with a sweetheart neckline option attached.
Here are 10 of our favorite wedding dresses with sweetheart necklines.
The Fabiana design from Morilee is such a beautiful combination of intricate details. For example, this particular lace is a medallion design that you do not see too often but still gives off a timeless appeal.
It features that classic, sweetheart neckline that we are featuring as well as a fun, peek-a-boo detail at its plunge. The mermaid silhouette will accentuate one’s curves nicely and there is illusion detailing that can be found in the back.
This look is showcased with detachable bishop sleeves. It add a bohemian quality that we love and it also creates a more personalized look for the bride – especially for those that want to stray a bit away from tradition.
A fit-and-flare skirt, beaded spaghetti straps, a ruffled train, and that gorgeous, sweetheart neckline all come together to create a stunning design from Justin Alexander. The Desiree dress is perfect for a bride that loves feminine details and fun.
It is a gown that speaks to a classic bridal soul but one that is a bit more youthful and excitable. There is definitely a party aspect to the design and one that makes the right fit for the dance floor.
The dress also features a sheer bodice, modest plunge, Chantilly lace appliques, and a horsehair trim at each tier for the perfect “bounce.”
The Odessa gown is understated and sweet. It features a lightly pleated bodice, decorative boning, floral lace overlays, a sweetheart neckline, and a sweeping train.
This is a traditional gown with feminine flair that is easy to love and easy to wear. It is one of the more versatile silhouettes and it is easy to style within a personal style genre as well as an event’s.
We love the fact that you can order the gown in a variety of neutral tones – while the lace will stay in ivory. Options include ivory, almond, white, mocha, or oyster.
This Pnina Tornai gown is from the Wind Upon Water collection. It features some gorgeous lace illusion cut outs as well as a gorgeous, full-body ruching – which is so flattering on so many different body types.
You will notice the subtle sweetheart neckline that wraps into a one-shoulder detail creating an incredibly unique design overall. The ensemble looks great with a simple updo as to easily show off some of the smaller details and features.
We really love the design of the back of this dress which includes an unconventional opening and stunning train element.
Any design from Lazaro will never steer you in the wrong direction. The Kiki design is quintessential wedding material because of all its timeless features.
They include a trumpet silhouette, a removable train (perfect for dancing the night away after the formality of the ceremony), a high side slit, a sweetheart neckline, and material that is ruched just enough to cinch and accentuate all of the right areas.
There are so many ways to accessorize this gown and we love just about any option you may want to go with. Hair up, hair down, black tie, colorful shoots, green bouquets, and more – the options are truly endless when you are working with a style like this one.
Carmela is another subtle design that we see so much potential and poise within. Jenny Yoo knows how to create feminine, understated gowns that easily withstand the test of time – and this is no exception to that assumption.
The design features a fully boned bustier bodice, with floral embroidery and beads, and a sleek fit-and-flare skirt. It also features a crepe material making the fit much more comfy than other choices.
Within the sweetheart neckline there are delicate spaghetti strap sleeves for ease of wear, bust cups for no-stress coverage, and covered buttons in the back. How beautiful would this one be topped with a bohemian-style veil?
The list needed a classic satin wedding dress and that is exactly what Rebecca Ingram gave us with the Clover design. There is a red carpet element to this design that we love and a simplicity that we admire as well.
Overall, the gown features gorgeous satin, an asymmetrical ruched bodice, a sweetheart neckline, and covered buttons in the back. You can also personalize your order of this dress by adding the soft tulle jacket you see here.
We love the jacket option as it can take it from a day to night look. An outdoor to indoor look – and more. The vision here can truly be endless and you can be unique in your styling of it all.
Now we are at the Galia Lahav wedding gown – specifically the Esmeralda design. And it may just be a personal favorite for us.
The gown features stunning pearl and crystal embroidery details, an extremely structured corseted bodice, a voluminous ball gown skirt, and a high slit. Everything about this screams Old Hollywood but also fits well into the wedding day spirit.
We love everything about it! You can snag this design with a pair of sheer crystal gloves to frame the entire ensemble in a way that is show stopping and picture perfect for the camera to snag your moments in.
And finally we have the Olympe design from Pronovias and it is truly fit for a Greek goddess. Inspired by Grecian flair, this gown is the ultimate escape from tradition and we love that!
The design comes in a golden hue, features a mermaid silhouette, and will shimmer in the right setting. You will look as though you have come straight from the runway. It’s the ultimate look in femininity!
And finally, there’s so many details to fall in love with here. From the draping of the sleeves to the removable train, it may not be traditional but it is sure to be a memory maker and a centerpiece to the styling and vision of your overall event.