Updated: Jan 5
Things have certainly looked different as of late, we've had to make adjustments across the board. In my own business I've noticed that brides have begun requesting more simple dresses for more simple weddings. Some have even opted for a mini wedding look, while they wait for their "bigger day". I thought I'd give some suggestions for beautiful alternatives to the big white gown. Simple yet elegant designs, that still stand out and say "I do".
A bride may go for something structured and elegant while still keeping certain aspects if the traditional bridal gown appearance.
This soft satin style shirt dress is great for going from small ceremony to the reception. Shop Here
I love this playful dress, and I’m very partial to bishop style sleeves they tend to be a very romantic style. Shop Here
This ode to 60’s style of dress is both simple and classic, the pairing of the bow sandals works beautifully. Shop Here
I enjoy this more severe look as well, it gives off a modern vibe and allows one to be more fluid with accessories and styling.
The "bride-groom", for the more non traditional bride looking to mix up her look. This is a feminine twist to the suit jacket. Shop Here
Dreamy, is the word that best describes this dress, beach wedding or someplace enchanting is where this dress is best worn. Shop Here
Sexy and sophisticated, clean lines soft and pretty design with subtle sex appeal.
The “Great Gatsby” glitz, sequins, & feathers this dress has it all. She is the perfect party inspired dress. Short sweet and playful. Shop Here
If you need a little abstract and interesting bridal look that still checks a lot of those boxes, then something fun and interesting like this design may suit you.