Strapless wedding gowns have nearly alway been an option and a favorite in the wedding world. They’re versatile, come in a variety of styles, and ultra easy to personalize to a bride’s liking – and they can be detailed in a variety of ways.
From encrusted bodices to lace, to sweetheart shapes, there are so many versions of the strapless design to love.
Here are 10 of our favorite strapless wedding gowns.
If you’re looking for something on the simpler side but still very bridal, you’ll want to check out the Graziosa design from Watters.
The design features a jeweled, satin bodice, full A-line silhouette, a full illusion back for extra drama, and a handmade flower to keep it all together. It’s the best gown for a minimal bride that still wants to make a show stopping entrance.
This gown is extra special because it provides accessibility to all brides-with illusion swatches coming in a variety of neutrals to match varying skin tones.
The Ulanda gown from Maggie Sottero has a more carefree, bohemian spirit built into its design. We love how soft and romantic the fabric choices are.
It comes in a variety of sizes, versatile enough to look amazing on a variety of bodies, and easy enough to fit into a multitude of different kinds of ceremonies – from outdoors, to destination, to classic evening celebrations.
The design features a stunning train, vintage lace, and a strapless, sweetheart neckline.
The Charlotte gown from Lazaro may be a personal favorite of the bunch. It looks to be plucked right out of our favorite storybook!
The ruffled layered, the floral cinched waist, sweetheart neckline, and blushing tint truly make this a one-of-a-kind, yet quintessentially princess bridal design. And it photographs so beautifully, don’t you think?
And yes, there is a shimmer in the tulle skirt. A walk down the aisle that will certainly wow, all of the minute details inside this ball gown are worth checking out.