The Tea Length Wedding Dress

The Tea Length Wedding Dress

The bride steps onto the platform with ease. The gentle turn of her head, the soft flow of her tea length wedding dress leads to a curved and sweet turn of her ankle. If you want a wedding dress that allows for grace and movement with a formal length, tea length is a great choice. While there are many floor-length bridal gowns, there’s something fun and whimsical about a tea length that keeps us coming back for more. Check out some of our favorites here.

The Venetian has an asymmetrical hem that gives new life to a tea length wedding dress. With vintage embroidery and drop sleeves, you will have formality and comfort with a decided vintage allure. This dress is a prime example of fine lace and Victorian elements made into a modern fit for the bohemian bride.

The Tea Length Wedding Dress

The Tea Length Wedding Dress

The Tea Length Wedding Dress

The Tea Length Wedding Dress

We love the Dahlia. It’s made with extravagance but keeps a tea length for a spontaneous and ready bride. Gathered tulle at the waist and gathers at the skirt gives this bridal gown a bustle-like effect. In peach or white, you’ll be sure to make a bang in this tea length wedding dress.

The Tea Length Wedding Dress

The Tea Length Wedding Dress

Comfort and formality combine with this lovely lace embroidered morning gown. While partial to the beige, it comes in white as well and we just love the effect! It also has an asymmetrical hem that adds flair to the tea length and keeps a flowing layering of skirts for effect. This easily can be dressed up with a heel or taken down with bare feet on the beach, whatever whims the bride needs!

The Tea Length Wedding Dress

The Tea Length Wedding Dress

The Tea Length Wedding Dress

The Tea Length Wedding Dress

Love the dress you’re in. Whether you want a flowing lace vintage concoction or a European bohemian river nymph style, a tea length wedding dress is nothing short (ha!) of perfect. Which would you choose for your dream wedding? What are your thoughts on tea length?

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