This Pronovias gown dresses up a sweet and simple design with a gorgeous lace bateau neckline. And the back detailing is an absolute dream come true.
It features a slight mermaid silhouette – to show off the curves -, short sleeves, and a lace overlay that expands through the waistline elongating the body so beautifully. If you are searching for elegance and a womanly figure – this is the dress to snag immediately.
Pair this ensemble with a sleek updo, a long, wispy veil, and classic pumps. It will be effortlessly bridal and 100% timeless in terms of fashion.
Allure Bridals’ ball gown, style 3117, is sweet and romantic. It has all the traditional touches that a bride would want, and it’s been paired with some of our favorite wedding style details including those delicate cap sleeves and lace appliques.
The design also features soft tulle layers, a stunning train, and the option to come in a variety of neutral tones. From champagne to silver to white, there is a tone there that will complement your skin and illuminate your day of look.
Pair with natural makeup, glittering jewels and a hairstyle that you will be the most confident in. It’s such a regal ball gown design!
We really love Rosa Clara designs. They are always so feminine, soft, and understated – in the best of ways. The clean lines speak to the modern brides but the timeless silhouettes speak to all brides.
This particular design, the Cabor, has some features you may not notice right off the jump. These include the princess cut silhouette which highlights the natural waist, its soft organza skirt, the plunging neckline paired with those classic cap sleeves, and the illusion lace fabric pieces that combine sensuality with traditionalism.
Personalize this dress to your liking and feel a bit like a rogue princess on your walk down the aisle.
We really love the texture surrounding the Prescott dress from Wtoo. It has such a fairytale quality to its overall design, that it’s hard not to fall in love or fantasize about all the magical venues it could be placed inside.
Overall, the dress features a classic, A-line silhouette – versatile for all shapes and sizes, a sheer bodice, larger floral appliques, and a flowing, layered skirt. It was made for the garden, the springtime, or another space that feeds off Mother Nature’s storybook energy.
The gown can also be ordered in either an ivory and bronze combination or an ivory on ivory duo.
This gown from Casablanca is a little bit more traditional and it’s one of our favorites – as we have featured it on multiple “best of” lists. It comes in a variety of shades from antique gold and silver to candlelight and ivory. And it is trimmed in some of the most beautiful lace appliques.
Overall, the design features a bit of essential Victorian spirit, the skirt is made of a duchess satin, and the embroidery can be found at the hem of the skirt and at the top of the bodice.
And don’t forget to take a good look at that lace, as it is beaded giving it a little extra umph for your walk down the aisle. There are so many different ways to style it, from a classic veil to loose, flowing curls.
David’s Bridal always has great, classic pieces that are accessible and budget-friendly. And this design can be a great choice for so many different brides for so many seasons of life. Whether it’s an elopement, destination wedding, or even a vow renewal, this gown could easily help set the scene.
It includes a soft, mermaid silhouette, allover lace, a sweeping train, and a v-neck and back. And because of its simple foundation, it truly can be personalized or accessorized to fit so many different visions or style genres.
You can order this design with extra length and fits all budgets with its price point under $1000.
Is Judith from Rebecca Ingram not the sweetest dress you ever did see? It was made with the modest bride in mind, but it doesn’t take away from its youthfulness or girlish charm.
The gown features a modern square neckline, cap sleeves, soft chiffon fabric, and some gorgeous texture and detailing on the bodice – making it a bit reminiscent of the art deco scenes we all coo and awe over.
This may not be the design that stops the show – at first – but when styled correctly, it’s one of the more unique dresses we have on the list!
The Ludlow gown is another one of our favorites that we have featured on other lists because of its unique texture. It is a gorgeous, textured piece featuring a bateau neckline that we have fallen head-over-heels in love with.
The lace itself is super unique and lends its hands to a modern bride. It also features cap sleeves, an illusion neckline, a column silhouette, and a sweeping train. There are plus sizes available and it is super budget-friendly as well.
It’s a great piece for destination weddings, outdoor venues, or more casual ceremonies – any time of the year.
We love texture on a gown, but we love an allover texture even more because it is such a rarer find! This design, the D3487, from Essense of Australia, has so many gorgeous, princess-quality details.
Some of our favorites, aside from those cap sleeves, include, the plunging neckline, the bow detail at the waist, the open back details, and the stunning floral lace that the entire gown is dipped into.
It’s such a fairytale design that it’s hard not to imagine all the grandiose places this dress could easily fit into. Make your grand entrance in this beauty.