Vintage Wedding Dress Styles for Every Bride
Old is new again when it comes to vintage wedding dresses.
Some brides opt for true vintage by wearing their mother's or grandmother's wedding gown.
Some brides like vintage-inspired by choosing a wedding dress that is brand new, but has vintage touches.
And some brides like to design their own dresses by combining pieces from vintage gowns with modern ones.
However you like to go about it, one thing is for sure - you love the vintage look and want to incorporate it into your wedding attire. The great news is you've come to the right place! We have loads of vintage wedding dresses that you can wear as is or customize until it's perfect for you!
Here's just a peek at what's in our vintage wedding dress closet.
Who says vintage can't be sexy? A little neckline, a little shoulder, and voila! Sexy doesn't have to be scandalous. This off-the-shoulder wedding gown features lace overlay, long illusion sleeves, and a cathedral train, making it as elegant as it is sensuous. That means you can wear it just about anywhere, from a church in winter to a springtime garden.
This beautiful ballgown has everything a romantic at heart could want: layers of tulle, a pretty satin sash, lovely lace, and an illusion back. It's modest enough to wear in a church or for a sacred ceremony, but can also be worn in a ballroom, garden, barn, winery, etc. Versatile and romantic make it the perfect gown for a vintage style wedding.
Classic stands the test of time and so will this vintage style lace wedding dress. Soft lace, satin lining, a v-neck, and see-through lace back make it pretty from the front and the back. With all of its classic touches, your future daughter might want to wear it for her wedding as much as you do yours.
Modern vintage might sound like an oxy moron, but it's all about combining the two to create a totally new style. Delicate lace in a pleat design give this dress a vintage touch, and the thin straps and open back bring it into the now age. It's the perfect vintage dress for a beach, summer, or outside wedding.
In a way, bohemian is vintage, but it's been such a style influence over the past few years that it needs its own category. Take this lavender and lace wedding dress for instance. Layers of tulle drape down the skirt and the lace pattern give it vintage charm. The soft shade of purple make it a beautiful option for brides wanting to walk down the aisle in something a little less traditional. Accessorize with a flower crown and wildflower bouquet for true bohemian beauty.
To see even more beautiful gowns, visit our vintage style wedding dress collection.