If you’re looking for the perfect pink wedding dress, this is the place to find it.
To be honest, I’ve never been a huge fan of wearing white to one’s wedding. It’s not the history behind it nor the often outdated implications behind the tradition; I simply don’t like wearing white, and I think it looks a little boring most of the time. Therefore, I have decided that I will likely wear a dress of a pale shade that is not cream, off-white, ivory, or any variation of those. In fact, a pink wedding dress would be both interesting and right on point with the styles among numerous stunning brides in recent history.
Famous women, from Anne Hathaway to Kaley Cuoco to Gwen Stefani in her dip-dyed Dior, have all worn pink gowns to their weddings. Just as with bridal crop tops and short wedding dresses, this trend has shaken up what people view as elegant bridal fashion. An increasing number of designers have been creating wedding gowns in pink (and blue, yellow, silver, and more shades), but even if you’re not going through an actual bridal store, you can certainly find some A+ dresses that are probably considerably cheaper than the white versions of the same ones. Here are some of the best ones that you can get right now.
1. Day Birger Et Mikkelsen Sumner wrap-effect silk-satin gown
The softly glamorous feel of this gown is perfect for the bride who wants a vintage-inspired dress with modern touches. Wear it with pretty pink and black shoes, cream sandals, or–if you’re feeling extra bold–silver slippers. I can imagine a woman with cascading curls and flowers in her hair, making this my favorite on the list.
2. Coast Lori Lee Maxi Dress in Blush
I cannot express how gorgeous I think this dress is. It is demure without being too delicate, unique without being wild, and stunning without being over-the-top. Anything with a silver belt like this will look gorgeous on your figure, too. Plus, it comes in petite sizes!
3. Halston Heritage Tiered-Skirt Crepe Gown
If you’re searching for some movement in your skirt’s appearance but still want it to maintain its structure, this is a gorgeous option.
4. Aiden Mattox Sleeveless Beaded Bodice Gown in Blush
This dress by Aiden Mattox offers just the right amount of sparkle with a big dash of elegance. The front and back mirror one another with V-neck cuts, while the A-line silhouette is a great choice for any bride.
5. Satin Wide Strap Tea Length Dress in Ballet
I’m obsessed with this beautiful shade–it really does resemble a ballet slipper, except instead of requiring years of training to wear it perfectly, you can just pop it on for your special day!
6. Alice + Olivia Kendrick Leather-Waist Chiffon Gown
I’m always a fan of Alice + Olivia’s feminine silhouettes and edgy elements, and this dress is exemplary of both those pluses. Wearing leather accents to your wedding? You rebel, you.
7. Phase Eight Jasmin Multi Dress
I realize this doesn’t immediately scream “WEDDING!” when you look at it, but if you’re a more casual bride who still wants floral, feminine elements to her unique dress, this is the perfect one.
8. Tamsin Gown
This striking floor-length gown is great for the bride who wants a vintage-inspired yet traditional gown that just happens to come in the prettiest blush color on Earth. The tulle skirt offers a ballet-inspired look that can be played up with flowers in the hair, pale pink shoes, and pretty ribbon accents.
9. Kylie Long Dress in Silk Chiffon in Misty Rose
This gorgeous strapless gown comes in a wide array of shades, as well as petite and regular sizes.
10. Annabelle Dress
This gorgeous dress by Jenny Yoo offers full-on glamor in the most versatile way: it can actually be styled in 15+ ways! If you’re searching for a wedding dress you can certainly wear again, this is it. (Same goes for bridesmaids’ dresses!)
11. Mirabelle Dress in Silk Chiffon in Misty Rose
This simple, short dress with short sleeves comes in petite and regular sizes, as well as plenty of other colors in case you want to try some of those out, too.
12. Ghost Sylvia Dress in Boudoir Pink
For a chic bombshell look that’s still elegant enough for a wedding, try this vintage-inspired dress from Ghost. It comes in lots of other colors, too, so be sure to check those out if you love the style but aren’t inclined toward pink.
13. Tadashi Shoji Catalina Dress
For a bride who wants a more casual dress that’s elegant and figure-hugging, this is a beautiful choice.
14. Bell At The Reception Dress
This dress is almost too cute–I want to wear it to work, on dates, and around my apartment!
15. Tadashi Shoji Short Sleeve Sequin & Lace Column Gown in Antique Pink
As always, Tadashi Shoji hits it out of the park in the “beautiful, wonderful, princess-like gown” game via this lace-overlay gown with a subtle but sexy thigh slit.
16. Woo Is Me Dress
For the casual, relaxed wedding–especially one outdoors–this gorgeous lace dress with 3/4 length sleeves is perfect!
17. Monique Lhullier Strapless Ombre Draped Gown in Coral
If you’re into ombre like everybody else is this year, this could be a great look for you.
18. Glitz and Enamor Dress
Searching for something sparkly? This long, gorgeous gown has great reviews on ModCloth and, if the user pictures are any indication, looks beautiful outside the product photos, too!
19. David Meister Lace Overlay Mermaid Gown in Light Pink
This is a gorgeous dress by David Meister that features a pretty mermaid silhouette, cap sleeves, and a lovely lace overlay.
20. One Shoulder Chiffon Dress with Cascading Detail in Coral Reef
For the bold bride who looks cool in coral, this is a lovely option at an inexpensive price.
Bonus/21. Oscar de la Renta Sleeves Bow-Embroidered Gown and Golden Metal Waist Belt
I say “bonus” because I think this is more eye candy than anything else. Personally, I would rather put a down payment on a house or buy a car than get a $10K+ dress, but if any generous millionaire would like to purchase this for me to prance around in my apartment making BLTs while wearing…well, let a girl know.
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