10 Tea-Length, Lace Wedding Gowns for Destinations & Renewals
Slip into something bridal but with a more flirtatious and casual essence for your destination celebration or vow renewal. These tea-length dresses are both fun and their lace coverage will have you feeling like the blushing bride you deserve to be.
They would fit well on the beach for your destination wedding or a fun venue you’ve chosen for your vow renewal. They can be more formal or more carefree for the party. Check out 10 of our favorite tea-length, lace wedding gowns!
We love this piece of Rebecca Ingram – so much so that we’ve gushed about it before. Liven up the celebration with this gorgeous design! A fun spin on the classic, tea-length dress, Whitney is full of femininity and girlish charm.
This dress features a lot of youthful details including sequined lace motifs, some voluminous tulle, an illusion lace bodice, a V-neckline and plunging back, as well as self-tie bows at the shoulders.
Everything about this dress screams romance as well as pays homage to the 1920’s style we all love. A bit of art deco magic and Gatsby-inspired never hurt the party!
Handmade in New York City, this Christian Siriano dress is absolutely everything you would want a wedding dress to be – and then some. It creates the illusion of quintessential bridal but also the most perfect destination design around.
Siriano is known for runway looks and couture, and this dress definitely has that vibe with all its wonderful features including lace, puff sleeves, a lace overskirt, and all over illusion lace. There are two dresses in one here!
It’s such a chic, modern style. It becomes timeless when the structure is so perfect.
Justin Alexander has this tea-length cutie that we were already big fans of. This classic, dropped waist design is a beautiful choice for your destinations or second time walks.
Style 44260 includes a voluminous English net skirt with a horsehair hemline, an illusion lace neckline and back, Chantilly lace, and beaded detailing. It’s such a fun and flirty design for our youthful brides.
It’s important to note that if you are really set on this design but looking for a floor-length gown – it is available to order. It pairs well with different veils for that quintessential bridal look as well.
Did you know that Torrid carries plus-size wedding dresses at great price points? Well, they do and they’re quality pieces of clothing. And we are in love with this ivory, lace tea-length design.
The dress features lace and tulle fabric, an illusion sweetheart neckline, scalloped sleeves, and a button keyhole back. It’s full of tradition and lightheartedness – perfect for a destination celebration or second wedding.
Pair with or without a veil – we prefer a birdcage option with this dress. Go with some fun pumps – color would be nice! It’s an easy one to style to your liking.
Here’s an elegant and poised design that you will surely fall in love with. Jane Summers has pieces that are so full of personality but edge on the side of vintage. And this was fit for an Old Hollywood woman.
The Kara design features gorgeous floral lace, a blue tie accent, and a simple strapless neckline. It’s a style that will last throughout all the ups and downs of life’s trends and you can use over again at a later date (which is the best party).
Pair with some pearl studs, great pumps, and a bit of glam. You can use this as a rehearsal dress, reception dress, or the perfect way to top off your elopement ceremony.
Similar to its predecessor, but with more of a modern spin and youthful appeal, comes the Ambrosia dress from Watters. We are in love with the sensuality and fun spirit here!
The design features Margarita lace, a structured corset bodice, flattering midi length, and charming – yet detachable – blue bow straps. It’s truly the perfect way to include your “something blue” for the day.
Pair with some trendy transparent shoes or try to match that subtle blue shade. We love how sexy and vivacious this number is. It’s a great choice for any offbeat celebration or as an event dress for the bride.
Here’s a gorgeous tea-length dress from David’s Bridal – that bodice is truly everything. It has everything you would want in a classic ball gown but reserved in a tea-length piece.
The style includes a full, tulle skirt, an A-line silhouette, an illusion lace bodice, and a slight shade of blush that has us absolutely swooning.
The dress pairs so nicely with a shorter veil and classic pumps. It is the closest thing you will get to a traditional bridal dress but within a shorter design – which is great for our more sophisticated brides that want to fold in that classic element.