Since you were a little girl, you’ve been dreaming of the day you’ll float down the aisle towards prince charming. For the past few years, fit-and-flare, mermaid, and sheath silhouettes have been at the forefront of wedding trends. Not anymore! While other girls still opt for a sleeker fit, you gravitate towards the dramatic elegance of a bridal ball gown or A-line look. Lucky for you, these silhouettes are on-trend as top designers bring drama back to the runway. We’ve compiled a list of our 10 favorite princess wedding dresses to give you some inspiration for your fairy tale. Your dreams are about to become a reality.
10 Princess Wedding Dresses Fit For A Fairytale
Allure Bridals: For the romantic.
Allure bridal gowns
are known for their romantic, modern details. These aspects distinguish Allure, setting them apart from other styles that don’t make the same kind of impact. Ruffles, exquisite beading, and unconventional colors are just a few of the tricks Allure uses to make jaws drop. That doesn’t mean you can’t find beautiful, traditional styles in their collections too. The variety found in Allure makes them one of my top picks for royal wedding dresses.
Kennedy Blue: Classic and comfortable.
For the woman who longs for a timeless look on her big day, I introduce to you the Kennedy Blue collection
. These gowns are more understated than other styles, but they have a classic element that doesn’t compare. The Grace gown
features a sweetheart neckline and empire waist that creates a flattering silhouette, making you look and feel your best on the big day. Carolyn features a lace top and organza bottom, making it easy to wear and easy to love. Add a full slip for dramatic volume.
Mori Lee: Beautiful and budget-friendly.
The high drama gowns in this collection are like works of art. From lace details to beadwork, the designer has truly thought of everything. You’re sure to catch the eye of your prince charming in a Mori Lee gown that will make you look and feel like royalty. The best part: both of the gowns show are less than $800. Shop Voyage by Mori Lee, Blu by Mori Lee,
and Julietta by Mori Lee
for the most affordable styles.
Maggie Sottero: Vintage-inspired.
Sottero is the queen of sheath, but I’ve found quite a few ball gowns that are vintage-inspired and glamorous. A little glitz and a lot of volume make them stand out from the crowd. Known for their fit, Maggie Sottero dresses
seem to be the complete princess package.
Hayley Paige: For the modern bride.
Last, but certainly not least, the fresh looks from Hayley Paige
. This young designer seems to create trends, rather than follow them. Her royalty-ready styles twist simple silhouettes into bold statement pieces. Unique necklines, original patterns, and unconventional hems make Paige’s collections one-of-a-kind. You’ll find a fairy tale dress for the 21st
century in her unbeatable collection.
Which of these princess wedding dresses fits into your fairy tale?
These five collections offer unique royal wedding dresses we absolutely love. Have fun exploring the different designers and deciding which details you can’t live without.
Have a favorite style that we didn’t feature? Let us know in the comment section!
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