Little White Dresses for Your Honeymoon
You have your white wedding dress and maybe even a set of white bridal lingerie, so why not extend the trend to your honeymoon attire?
We have a selection of little white dresses to take you from wedding reception to an evening out wherever you choose to honeymoon, whether in a chic city or on a laid-back beach.
The popularity of this dress design has made its way into wedding style. The short front and longer back create a unique look that's still elegant and can be worn to any kind of event, whether posh or casual. One of the loveliest parts of this particular LWD is the delicate lace that creates a gorgeous keyhole back. The jeweled sash adds a bit of sparkle.
For the ladies who want to keep their style simple on their honeymoon, this modest LWD is the perfect fit. Not only is it beautiful with its lace bodice and floral beading, but it's easy to pack! The best part is that, because it's a simple and sweet style, you can accessorize should you want to jazz it up. You might even want to wear this little beauty once you get back home!
Lace, tulle, and sequins create an ultra elegant little white dress that's perfect for honeymoon dinners by candlelight. This dress also features a gathered waist and corset back that, when tied, leaves a long ribbon draping down the skirt. Going somewhere with cooler temps, but love the strapless design? Just slip on one of our shrugs or boleros.
ieie bride Liz wore this LWD for her wedding, but it can easily translate to honeymoon attire. It's simple, but sweet so can be worn as is, but is versatile enough to handle statement accessories should you want to feel a bit more fancy. Wear it as a day dress as you explore the city or on a night out to dinner and a walk on the beach.
If you're heading to a chic honeymoon spot, this LWD is for you. You'll look lovely in its full lace bodice and skirt sprinkled with lace appliques. It also has a cinched satin flower sash that accentuates the waistline. Wear it with pearls for timeless elegance or let the dress stand on its own. The wearer is the most beautiful part anyway!