Calling all princess brides! These classic A-line silhouettes are what bring us together today. From castles to garden weddings, country clubs to cathedrals—no matter your inspiration, these gowns make the perfect crowning element to your happily ever after.
Making her grand entrance to the blog today, we have Miss Stella York! *Cue the royal fanfare.* Richly embellished with your choice of silver or gold beading, this bodice with plunging V-neckline dazzles over a tulle skirt that’s gently showered in sparkle. If that’s not enough for a royal announcement, a half-inch Diamante-encrusted belt ties it all in for a stunning finish.
Seeking traditional bridal glamour, but have a soft spot for statement backs? As you wish! This satin gown from Martina Liana has everything the modern bride desires with a simpler, refined princess style. Complete with pleated skirt and fabric-covered buttons that run down a dreamy cathedral train, you “won’t even” when you realize this dress also sports a hidden pocket feature. (We told you it has everything.)
We’re getting all the Old Hollywood vibes with this Martina Liana style! Bedecked with vintage laces, this delicate tulle gown with cap sleeves and sweetheart neckline features fabric-covered buttons on an illusion back, cascading into a traditional train for an oh-so-classic feminine feel that will continue to transcend time.
For a garden-inspired princess style, Essense of Australia is here to satisfy. This sweetheart gown ups the ante with the nature-inspired details Essense is known for—but with a royal touch. Drapey off-the-shoulder sleeves complement intricate, organic-inspired laces that seem to gently trickle down the airy tulle skirt—for that romantic, gently windswept look Essense brides crave.
For the bride boasting a more progressive style but still dreaming of a classic wedding day, this subtly daring silhouette from Martina Liana features an illusion element on the bodice for a sheer effect—while still leaving plenty to the imagination. Ethereal and mysterious, you can count our breaths as taken away.