Every bride is magical in her own way. If you really want to look radiant when you walk down the aisle, choose a dreamy, wafty wedding gown that will make you look like you are floating on air. Get inspired by how lovely these brides look in their floaty dreamy wedding dresses.
This unbelievably beautiful Vera Wang gown (above) manages to be both traditional and ethereal at the same time. The sheer straps are absolutely perfect, and the lace applique on the skirt brings in a classic bridal detail. The translucent fabric allows this gown to be quite full, yet still look as light as a feather. Simply perfect.
Imagine how beautifully the layers of ruffles on this Monique Lhuillier gown would move as you walk down the aisle or share a first dance with your husband. What a lovely vision a bride would be gliding around in this flouncy dress with beautiful bridal jewelry. A dress like this would be equally appropriate for a daytime wedding with the groom in a suit as seen above, or for a black tie wedding with the groom in a tuxedo. It is both classic and very of the moment at the same time.
This pale gray Lanvin gown is ideal for the bride who wants something a bit offbeat. It is impossibly romantic, yet decidedly non-traditional. I love how the bride chose to wear a long pearl necklace that draped over the dress to highlight its eclectic style. If pale gray is not your cup of tea, a similar wedding gown in blush or ivory would be just as pretty.
This soft peachy blush pink bridal gown by Carol Hannah would make any bride look like a modern ballerina. The frothy tulle skirt is delightful, particularly with its imperfect fluffy bow at the waistline. Whisper thin spaghetti straps and a simple scoop neckline are ideal for showing off a pretty slender neck and collarbones. You will be the picture of grace in a modern ballet-inspired wedding gown such as this.