Five Iconic Wedding Dress Designs
An iconic vintage style has no compare. Whether you want to channel the elegant Victorian or a lovely tea-length fifties gown, there’s a Marilyn Monroe in us all. The love of vintage brings us to some of our favorite wedding dress designs. Romantic, defined, and deliciously vintage!
Embroidered Venetian: A Venetian wedding would be glorious to behold. Whether you love the era or you love the city, a style like this is both comfortable and sweet with a regal lace and embroidery. Unparalleled in our bridal gown search, these wedding dress designs are formal enough for any wedding but add comfort to a bohemian bride’s attire.
Bustles Galore: Like a steampunk wedding gone sweet, the Dahlia is our favorite blend of old-fashioned bustle and new age fit and flare. When you want effect but you don’t want an incredible train behind and underfoot, go for the flared and fancy skirt that sill keep you dancing all night long and glamming up the floor.
Sleek and Slimming: The sheath wedding dress is underrated in wedding dress designs. While some ladies love the pomp and circumstance, let something sleek and stylish add a 1920’s style to your wedding day. Another perfect style in comfort, this Siren blend is great for winter weddings and adds a Hollywood glam that is a must-have in fashion today.
Sunday Morning Affair: As if off the pages of Vogue, the Morning Gown comes back to haunt (or enlighten) our dreams! For the dewey morning wedding, the sweet little chapel nestled in the hills, or a backyard wedding with rustic touches, picture this as the quintessential in all wedding dress designs and you may just have your ideal theme.
European Romance: The essence of the antique European gown sits in these simple and beautiful Italian wedding dress designs. The Raphaela is a favorite among our alternative brides who want something romantic and inspired. The drop shoulders and soft billowing skirts give an effect we can’t get enough of.
Wedding dress designs should be absolutely everything the bride is picturing. Unfortunately, many brides aren’t sure how to make that vision come to life. Take a deep breath and look for the designs you truly must have and you’ll be sure to find the dress of your dreams!