Mermaid Wedding Dresses for 5 Bride Styles
The mermaid wedding style gets its name from the shape of...you guessed it...the mermaid. The gown hugs the midsection, then fans out like a fish tail. But you don't have to be an aquatic beauty or walk down an aisle of sand to wear a mermaid wedding dress. This stunning silhouette comes in all kinds of styles, from vintage to bohemian to modern and beyond. There's a mermaid style for every kind of bride, even if she'd rather wear cowboy boots than a pair of heels. Take a look at some of ieie Bridal's mermaid wedding gowns and see for yourself.
Details like champagne cut-out lace and an open back lend to wildflower fields and palm laden beaches. Ditch the veil and wear a sun hat or flower crown. Slip on a pair of tie-up sandals. Carry a rustic bouquet of cotton and lavender or hibiscus for something more tropical.
If Art Deco was a wedding dress it would be this elegant champagne mermaid gown. But you don't have to have a Great Gatsby wedding to pull off this vintage number. It's glamour speaks of bygone days and is perfect for the bride who wants to put a modern spin on old time beauty. Carry out the vintage theme with a brooch or locket pinned to your bouquet and wear a beloved piece of costume jewelry.
This mermaid wedding gown is for the brides who love getting all dolled up. Glue on your faux eyelashes, paint your lips red, and walk the aisle like it's your runway. The lace bodice and slim silhouette are no doubt beautiful, but the real gem of this dress is the ruffled organza skirt. You'll look like a dream floating in your own cloud of glamour.
Sleek, chic, and oh-so sexy. This satin mermaid wedding gown is perfect for rooftop vows and industrial building receptions. But even if you're nowhere near the city, you can still don this dress. After all, Meghan Markle wore a contemporary style dress to her traditional chapel wedding. The venue doesn't matter as much as the person wearing the gown!
Love keeping up with the ins and outs of wedding dress design? This strapless fit and flare features 2018 trend details like 3D rose embellishments, crystals, and lace. Pair it with a cape instead of a veil and you'll be on the trendy bridal list for sure.