5 Destination Wedding Dresses for Every Wedding Location
Lace, tulle, sequins, satin. Italy, Mexico, Hawaii, Australia. Wherever you’re getting married, you’ll need to find the perfect wedding dress to suit your style and play into the location.
The main tip here is to choose a gown that works best for the climate and wedding venue. Breathable fabrics like linen and cotton prevent overheating on a sun-soaked big day. Slinky, move-with-you silk dresses that won't blow away during gusty waterfront vows are ideal for a beach wedding. For brides planning a more formal affair, elegant slip dresses and lightweight ball gowns are always a sophisticated choice. So many details to keep in mind! We’ve got plenty of gorgeous destination wedding dresses to get you down an aisle in sensational style.
Most of us want a beach-ready look that flows and moves like an ocean breeze. As a starting point, lightweight silk, chiffon, or lace are ideal fabrics to look for. A May gown has all these features. It is an outstanding combination of nude, champagne, and ivory plunges all around into bohemian flow. A mix of different laces gives additional volume. Deep V-neckline is embellished with burgeons, leaves, and flowers. It continues to blossom on the skirt, while the back remains untouched with an almost bare look.
Tender meadow weddings always have a room in our hearts. Since juicy grass and thousand flowers already create a bright background, a pastel shades dress, like our multicolored silk Whitney, looks just right. The dress features a hand-draped silk chiffon bodice with exquisite lace details on the V-necklines. An open space area allows weightless fabrics to flutter in the wind. The silk chiffon skirt of Whitney gown dances and flows with every movement.
One of the appeals of a forest wedding is the warm, private feel it creates among the seclusion of colossal trees. Every bride wants to look like a wood nymph, but in her own unique way. We love the combination of a slinky lace top with a Peony bright crimson skirt. The gorgeous Peony skirt consists of the softest layered multicolored tulle and has a subtle, shiny satin waistband.
Crashing waves and stunning views are the backdrop for mountain weddings. The rugged terrain, comfort, and finding a dress that aligns with the beauty of the outdoors are important things for a bride to consider. A Minute Before the Rainbow dress pairs a flowing skirt, fitted at the natural waist, with an embroidered lace bodice. It brings out an off-the-shoulder effect, making the bride feel angelic as she glides down the aisle. Airy layers of tulle, supported with ivory satin lining, fall and float into a long train.
Besides its high temperatures, a desert is also stealing the spotlight in the wedding style. Color palettes for a desert-inspired wedding often go bold and colorful or warm and dusky. Many come with boho or tribal touches, others showcase a Southwestern flair. October Black is an ideal gown for desert weddings. A grey base is covered with tender black diamond pattern lace and embellished with beads and rhinestones. The beaded embroidery revives on the bridal`s chest and long slender sleeves. The skirt is edged with soft tulle ruffles adding.