It’s no denial that the remaining few weeks have made us hesitant to look ahead, but then it wouldn’t be a bad idea to at least feed the eyes with some wedding dresses that look like works of art. 2021 brought a bevy of fashion trends with it, and indeed, wedding outfits weren’t exempted. Some brides took a new take on the classic silhouettes, while a few people rocked the unexpected and unique. Are you ready to take a glance through?
From wearing modest dresses with bare backs to ditching the white color, these wedding dresses [compiled below] have offered us a truly stylish experience. Indeed, brides took risks with their looks, donning sheer gowns, black gowns, and dresses with silts. As seen, most of the brides even got married in statement ball gowns, while a few opted for minidresses. Without any further ado, it’s about time to scroll through our list and upvote, which is your best.
Off-The-Shoulder Textured Fabric.
This dress was made up of crystal embellishments, and indeed its layers of feathered fabric made up the eye-catching waist skirt. Ese Azenabor designed this one-of-a-kind gown, and IVASH Photography had photographed it.
Glowing In A Pant Look.
Leanne Marshall designed this outfit. The sheer top was covered in lace, giving the bride a unique look. The bride Brittany Glover complemented the top with Claire La Faye pants on her wedding day, as photographed by Ellie McKinney.
The Floral Applique Dress.
This bride embraced texture when she opted for this Demetrios gown. Her entire dress is covered in floral applique, from the spaghetti straps to the ball-gown skirt. While a feathered trim ties the whole gown together, the bride was photographed by Love Is Rad.
The Silky Wedding Dress.
Marie Parker photographed this bride who rocked a Les Reveries gown on her wedding day. The dress had a relaxed fit that showed off the bride’s baby bump and equally had a halter neckline.
The Gold Sparkling Dress.
The bride’s dress designed by Chosen was entirely covered in gold sparkles. The sheer-over-skirt that formed the train also sparkled, giving the minidress a bridal appearance. Photographer Daniel Milligan took photos of the bride.
The Mini-Dress With Ruffled Hem.
Odylyne The Ceremony designed this dress! It had spaghetti straps and a ruffled hem, while the top was covered in a sheer overlay that created a high neckline and puffy sleeves. A long veil completed the glamorous look, and Halle Morgan had photographed the bride.
The Strapless Gown.
The taupe dress, designed by Inbal Dror, had an exposed corset bodice that was designed with cream, three-dimensional flowers, and ruffles around the waist. A tulle skirt gave the dress a fantastic appearance, as The Shephards photos showed.
The Dress With Off-The-Shoulder Neckline.
This Kathrine Tash dress has a straight off-the-shoulder neckline and a full skirt aligned with the fabric. However, the dress also has an exposed corset made of sheer fabric panels, giving it a modern look. It was then complemented with layered train and pink shoes. Photographer Tailor James captured the event.
The Tulle Wedding Dress.
Tulle was the primary material of this bride’s dress! The dress had a layered tulle skirt, and the sleeves were also made up of voluminous tulle, which offset the sheer, floral bodice with a plunging neckline.
The Off-Shoulder Gown With Delicate Sparkles.
This gown by George Elissa was covered in delicate sparkles at the top of the see-through fabric, with the neckline dipping low. The back had buttons flowing down before the dress gave way to a long train with scalloped edges.
The Strapless Leafy Dress.
This dress, designed by Oscar de la Renta and photographed by Fotomogoria, had a full skirt. It also consisted of leafy, three-dimensional applique, which helped shape the gown.
The Strapless Dress With Delicate Tulle Skirt
The cape was the finishing touch on this bride’s wedding dress, but then her Reem Acra wedding gown remained gorgeous with or without it. The dress had a delicate tulle skirt and intricate beading on the form-fitting bodice.
The Traditional Ball Gown.
This bride rocked a strapless ball gown designed by Endura. Photographer Alain Martinez had taken a photo of the bride, and indeed it’s safe to say that beading made the full-dress skirt stand out even better.
The Backless Gown.
This dress, designed by Vivienne Westwood, had an asymmetrical neckline, a low back, and slip style bodice. Photographer Hannah Costello had photographed the bride, and as seen, her sheer gloves completed the dress.
The Gold Wedding Ensemble.
Suffuse designed this dress, and Hana Alsouidi Photography had photographed the bride. The gold wedding dress was designed with intricate beading from head to toe, transforming the simple A-line into a masterpiece. Her veil completed the ensemble.
The Look From Alessa’s Bridal.
The wedding gown, photographed by Stanlo, is beautiful on its own, with its bodice cutout, off-the-shoulder sleeves, and long train. But the dress even looks more gorgeous with a bridal cape worn over it. The accessory replaced the veil and gave the bride a unique look.
The Long Sleeve Dress With Tulle Skirt.
This bride who rocked a dress from David’s Bridal took a modern approach to the classic fabric. The base of the long sleeve dress was made of sheer material covered in delicate lace, and there’s an additional tulle skirt wrapped around the back and sides of the gown.
The Dress With A Removable Skirt.
Chelsie Hill rocked this bridal dress by Galia Lahav on her wedding day. It had a removable skirt, which permitted her to wear it when she was sitting in a wheelchair and when standing. Asha Bailey was the photographer at Hill’s wedding.
See-Through Wedding Dress.
The Mermaid-style dress by D Halter was embroidered with sparkling embellishments that looked like vines. The dress was almost entirely sheer, and Audie J Photography had photographed the bride.
Black Wedding Dress.
Kia Watson rocked a black dress on her wedding day. Maggie Sottero designed it. The sheer dress was designed with black lace, while the full skirt was also covered in a layer of transparent black fabric. The shape and fabric made the dress photographed by Margan look bridal despite the rare color.
The Pant Suit Wedding Dress.
Instead of wearing a gown, this bride opted for a Karen Willis Bridal suit. And as Zoe Morley Photographs showed, the double-breasted jacket was paired with wide-legged trousers, and the bride completed it with her floor-length veil.
The Form-Fitting Floral Lace Dress.
Nitsan Raiter opted for a form-fitting Galia Lahav gown for her special day. The dress was entirely covered in floral lace with another lace, creating the off-the-shoulder sleeves. A long train and a cutout on the neckline also completed the dress, photographed by Will Reid Photography.
The Sheer Fabric Dress.
Bows & Lavender photographed the bride, Jenna Kaufman! Galia Lahav designed the dress covered in flowers, while the tulle skirt had a dramatic thigh-high slit.
The Daring Cutout Gown.
This bride, photographed by Alfred Anderson, confidently rocked a dress designed by Phylicia Ellis. With classic elegance, the form-fitting bodice had crystal embellishments and sheer paneling. In particular, the skirt was made of simple, white fabric, but thigh-high lit gave it a sexy touch.
The Tiered Skirt And Long Sleeves Gown.
This dress by Monique Lhuillier is embroidered with tiny flowers. The dress is pale pink, and the floral look perfectly fits the outdoor atmosphere. The tiered skirt is downright beautiful. The bride and groom had posed for Mellissa Ferrara of Iron + Honey photography.
The Dress With Sheer Elements.
This bride’s dress undeniably stood out! The gown’s bodice was wholly covered in floral lace, and it flowed onto the sheer skirt and sleeves. A cinched waist and low neckline also gave the wedding gown some shape.
The Nude Wedding Dress.
A nude fabric and corset gown gave this bride a modern bridal look. Her A-line gown had floral detail, and Peyton Byford had photographed her.