15 Bridgerton-Inspired Wedding Dresses to Love
Dear reader, if you love Bridgerton then surely you’ve heard about the Season 2 debut! And if you also happen to love Bridgerton fashion, and be tying the knot this year, we have the dress for you. 15 dresses, in fact!
Bridgerton swept onto our TV screens in December 2020 and captivated us with a love story that was sweet, sexy, and so much fun. But it wasn’t just the Duke of Hastings that kept us glued to the screen. The Regency-era-inspired fashions were drool-worthy all on their own. Not only were they feminine and fabulous, but they were ultra too. Perfect on-trend inspiration for your wedding day!
Daphne Bridgerton may have been the season’s incomparable, but you can be the talk of the town in these wedding dresses.
15 Bridgerton-Inspired Wedding Dresses to Love
1. Danielle Frankel “Rosalie” Gown
You don’t get more dreamy and romantic than this gown. Its typical Regency-era puff sleeves, empire waistline, and low-cut neckline are pure Bridgerton, and its flowy skirt is perfect for spinning around on the dancefloor after you’ve said I do.
2. Savannah Miller “Indra” Gown
Combining classic Bridgerton style with a modern twist, this gown is Daphne in the 21st Century! The gorgeous heavy silk silhouette and sheer cap sleeves are superbly trendy but hark back to the classic era at the same time.
3. Pnina Tornai Style: 4876T
Dreamy and decadent, this dress may show off more cleavage than the Duchess of Hastings was used to, but the delicate Chantilly lace and soft capped sleeves certainly would have appealed to her. If you’re looking for a little more va va voom, this Bridgerton style gown is perfect.
4. Emilia Wickstead “Diamond” Gown
Daphne was the diamond of the season, so this makes this classically styled gown with its slightly more modern empire waistline the ideal choice. And as we all know, diamonds are a girl’s best friend too! Add to the fact that it’s made of the most pristine Duchesse satin and it fits right in with the theme.
5. Cotton Pink Gown by Madison James
Cotton candy colors and tons of tulle played a starring role in Bridgerton, making this dress a wonderful match. The brocaded corset top may be a touch racy for the Regency era, but it pairs wonderfully with the flowing softly colored tulle.
6. Rosa Clara “Escoth”
Be as pure and virginal as Daphne was on her wedding night in a gown that’s flawless and chic. The soft crepe fabric combined with the lace finish creates a striking balance, and the short puffed sleeves are a nod to the era you’re embracing as you walk down the aisle.
7. Ranna Gill “Marilyn” Gown
It’s no secret that Miss Bridgerton was partial to a bit of beading on a party frock. She may have ditched the necklace Prince Friedrich gave her, but she still loves bling. If you do too, this elegant, beaded ball gown is for you.
8. Pretty In Pink by Erdem
If you’re more of a Featherington than a Bridgerton, this pink number is sure to set tongues wagging on your wedding day. Combining a vibrant hue with pretty pearl-decorated bows, this feminine style is a real head-turner.
9. Reem Acra “Lady Liberty”
You’ll feel like a lady when you sweep down the aisle to meet your very own Duke at the altar. A stunning long-sleeved dress with a low decolletage, Lady Liberty, is the real “your grace”! The dress has an optional train that you can add for extra luxury and the wide skirt swishes in just the right way. A timeless classic in this mix of Bridgerton wedding dresses.
10. Charo Ruiz “Thelma”
If you’re more inspired by the boho casual wedding idea but still love a touch of Bridgerton, this crochet dress is it. It’s classically casual and perfect for a promenade in the park or summer nuptials. Pair it with a pretty parasol and you’ve got the look.
11. Erdem “Clementine” Gown
If you prefer a dress with a little less decolletage, you’ll certainly feel love-struck in this creation. The gossamer floral, embroidered organza is whimsical and romantic and the style, while offering a high neck is still somewhat seductive. Even Eloise Bridgerton wouldn’t be able to argue with this dress!
12. Markarian “Emma”
Puff sleeves and pink are hallmarks of the hit TV series and would work wonderfully on your wedding day too. This gorgeous gown is made from pink silk taffeta and its square neckline and bustier bodice with cups would have made Daphne blush. It’s a signature look from the show, but the open back adds modern flair that brings it right into the current century too.
13. Markarian “Clementine“
Puff sleeves, delicate lace, and daring decolletage. It’s pure Bridgerton at its best. The sleeves and full skirt are straight out of the Regency era and the fitted bodice is perfect for showing off your curves without overdoing it. For an added touch of authenticity, a pair of wrist-length gloves in matching lace would look as pretty as a picture.
14. Reformation “Limoncello”
If you love the frilly nightgowns from the Regency era then you may want to wear one down the aisle! They’re decadent and delightful, and “limoncello” certainly doesn’t look like you’d be ready for bed. This dreamy dress has just enough frills and frippery to look fancy but is effortlessly elegant too. Boudoir-inspired and the stuff of sweet dreams it may be, but it’s totally bridal too!
15. Disney Fairy Tale Weddings Platinum Collection Style “Snow White“
If you want a touch of Bridgerton and a classic-style wedding gown, this Disney collection dress is a great choice. It features classic beading and embroidery that Daphne would love and a skirt that makes twirling the night away in the arms of your Duke a dream come true. Add a pair of elbow-length satin gloves and you’re wedding-ready.
Bring a touch of Bridgerton into your wedding day with any of these wonderful dresses. Of course, you don’t have to stop at the dress either. You could theme your invites, reception, or entire nuptials around the show and the regency era on which it’s based. It’s decadent, divine, and is easy to adapt for a small or large wedding party.
As Mrs. Whistledown might say, dear reader, how splendid!
Words by Ellen Klein
Feature Image Courtesy of Netflix