Including the Scandi dress of dreams
Before, it used to be ALL about the celebrity weddings (to be fair Troian Bellisario is still the benchmark for the boho wedding dress of dreams). And of course, Royal weddings are still a thing, especially now that we’re all waiting to find out who Meghan Markle’s wedding dress designer will be.
But these days, whether you’re looking street style or wedding inspiration, fashion bloggers have taken over. Why? Well you could argue their style is more attainable than most celebrities or Royals, who have had dresses custom-made for them, ergo there’s no chance in hell you could every emulate them.
Designer blogger wedding dresses
Of course, a lot of bloggers DO wear designer dresses, but it’s all about how they wear them. For example, Danish blogger of dreams Pernille Teisbaek wore a pearl-encrusted Vera Wang dress, but she paired down everything else, from the minimal decor to her dried flower bouquet. She even asked all her guests to wear white tops so the result was paired back and elegant.
Alternative blogger wedding dresses
Then, we have the bloggers that show us it’s ok not to go for a conventional wedding dress. Stylist Alexandra Stedman, of The Frugality, wore a short lace dress by Browns Brides, accessorised with a floral garland for her backyard wedding.
Pandora Sykes chose an unusual vintage-inspired dress by her designer friend Alice Temperley, and Rebecca Laurey wore a short lace dress, accessorised with a pair of white Stan Smiths, because why not?
Classic blogger wedding dresses
Finally, there’s nothing wrong with a classic wedding dress, as Tanya Burr, Anneli Bush and Elin Kling all proved thanks to strapless ballgowns, sleek column dresses and fishtail numbers. Scroll down to see our edit of the best blogger wedding dresses and wear to buy similar – and exact – styles.
Pernille wore a pearl-encrusted wedding dress, which she accessorised with white Manolo Blank heels and a bespoke veil.
When Pandora got married, there was only one thing for it: enlist the help of her designer friend Alice Temperly. The result? A high neck wedding dress with a modern vintage feel.
Who says you have to go full-length to feel like a bride? Alex looked amazing on her wedding day in a short lace dress by Delphine Manivet at Browns Brides, which she teamed with Miu Miu shoes by day, and Sophia Webster flats by night.
Swedish blogger Anneli Bush couldn’t find her dress of dreams so she designed her own, and we love the tulle skirt and embroidered bodice.
YouTube sensation Tanya Burr had the picture-perfect traditional wedding. She got married at Babington House, wearing a Phillipa Lesley gown, the same designer behind Geri Halliwell’s wedding dress.
For her beach wedding, Delicious Ella, aka Ella Mills wore an ethereal Jenny Packham dress.
You can’t get more elegant than Elin Kling’s (the Swedish blogger behind Totême) simple Balenciaga gown.
The brains behind Man Repeller was all tulles and flowers on her wedding day in New York and we love it. Her dress was by Marchesa, and she accessorised with a Rebecca Minkoff jacket and Superga trainers.
Freddie Harrel’s floral wedding dress, designed by Weiz Dhurm, who she found on Instagram, was just magical and perfect for her South of France wedding.
New York blogger Rebecca Lauren got married in true New York style in a laid-back ceremony in the Big Apple. She picked a lace Sel-Portrait dress, which she teamed with a Levi’s denim jacket and Adidas Stan Smiths.
Babba Canales, the Swedish founder of by Babba, got married in a castle (as you do), so of course any old gown wouldn’t do. Which is why she opted for a lace Marchesa dress.