If you think that a blanket of snow is romantic then consider planning a winter wedding and wear a gorgeous long sleeved wedding dress. You can still wear a strapless dresses, but consider incorporating wraps if spending a much time outdoors. Brides wear gorgeous fur jackets, which look very stylish on photos. We have compiled a few amazing winter wedding dresses and outfits to get you inspired.
Winter Ideas For Wedding Dresses
1. Ball Gowns
The chicest way to wear layers: a ball gown with endless yards of organza, lace, or tulle. If the thermometer calls for even more, put on tights, too.
Delightfully alluring, the lace-appliqued, semi-sheer bodice of this airy tulle ball gown creates a delicate look for brides who take their romance with a side of daring.
Why we love it: The removable bolero will keep you warm during your semi or outdoor ceremony and removing it makes for a perfect ceremony to reception look.
Stunning beadwork and embroidery adorns the sweetheart strapless bodice. Box pleats at the dropped waist give this ball gown extra fullness. Matching fabric covered buttons continue the full length of the train. This gown features an inside hook and eye fit panel.
This pink floral lace wedding dress with textured skirt from Stella York is a masterpiece! The fun and frothy layers of tulle create a skirt full of big, yet soft texture that is complemented by lace motifs throughout, adding volume and interest. Lace and tulle over Regency organza make this ball gown a dream dress for the bride wanting blush tones on her wedding day. Diamante beading throughout give a subtle sparkle while the double horsehair detail on the skirt is reminiscent of couture gowns. This beautiful ball gown is available in plus sizes.
2. Long Sleeves
This long sleeve wedding dress from Martina Liana is a statement piece for the modern bride. Sleek, chic and completely unique, this bateau neckline wedding dress with sleeves frames the face effortlessly. From the high neckline, the Bellagio crepe fabric extends into long sleeves, adding a formal touch to the style. Visible seaming through the bodice of the gown helps shape the gown through the body, highlighting your curves before extending into a sheath silhouette. The key featured of this sleeved wedding dress is the cowl back that adds a subtle element of sexiness to this style. Modern, fabric-covered buttons extend from the back of the gown down through the skirt and cathedral train, completing the look of this long sleeve wedding dress.
Metallic-tipped lace floats above a layer of shimmering organza, creating a ball gown wedding dress that twinkles in the light. A combination of etched and dense floral appliques adds interest to the sheer corset bodice and full, lightweight skirt. Nude illusion fabric keeps the off-the-shoulder long sleeves comfortably in place throughout your big day.
3. Lace Wedding Dresses
Brides in search of a statement-making piece, look no further than this beaded A-line wedding dress with all-over sparkle from Martina Liana. Layers of richly-beaded lace and sequin create the most ornate bodice, which radiates shimmer and sparkle. Long, lace sleeves extend from the bodice, finishing in a lace cuff—adding a classic element to this glamorous style. The lace from the bodice extends slightly onto the tulle skirt before extending into a full A-line silhouette, complete with beaded floral lace appliques. A keyhole detail with organic lace trim highlights the back of the gown, and is complemented with a sparkling train.
Tenderness and charm are the watchwords for brides who pick this dress. The refined embroidered beaded lace creates a spectacular bodice with bateau neck, which the soft tulle skirt beautifully complements and enriches.
4. Casual Wedding Dresses
A sleek A-line gown in Mikado features a statement neckline accent that sweeps over the shoulder, creating a classic haute couture look with a sensual low back and full royal train.
Sensuality meets innocence in this ethereal dress with a stunning Chantilly lace strapless bodice bursting into a cloud of the softest tulle. Accessorize with satin ballerinas and a simple headpiece.
A tight, glossy waistband gives way to a princess skirt of puffy tulle, edged with flirty layers of dynamic, crimped ruffles.