The year 2021 saw some amazing ideas with wedding gowns and attires. Some designs stick true to the traditional ball gown while others adopt a more modern take on these dresses. We’ve compiled 27 most gorgeous gowns seen this year that range from minidresses with casual wear to a mesh that contains other cultures.
If you’re a bride looking for some inspiration on the gown you want to wear next, scroll on! Or you can just look at them to gush over how gorgeous they look!
This backless gown with glamour details.
The semi-sheer bodice was paired with a silky gown featuring a thigh-high slit, designed by Phylicia Ellis. The crystal embellishments truly shined on top.
Break the tradition.
We’re seeing more trousers at weddings who seek to break the old tradition. Brittany Glover’s choice of white trousers was paired with a lacey top, adorned with gorgeous lace details. She went for a vintage theme in the pictures taken by Ellie McKinney.
Corset gown with sheer fabric.
The corset bodice on this wedding gown has a sheer effect, combined with the A-line dress, creating a gorgeous.
Capes are timeless in their own ways.
Are capes something from the past or future? One thing for sure is we absolutely love the way it adds an elegant feel to the Reem Acra Wedding’s strapless wedding dress that has lacey details.
Sheer with details!
The details on this sheer wedding dress are to die for! The top part is almost completely covered in floral lace patterns, featuring baggy sleeves that soften the feature.
Suffuse’s intricate details on this full-body dress in gold is breathtaking.
The dress worn by this bride hugs her figure with detailed embroideries in a gold theme, a color true to her culture.
Strapless, corset bodice with tulle skirt.
This corset bodice with nude color paired with a tulle skirt had a dramatic flair added with multiple layers underneath by Inbal Dror.
Feathers and crystals.
This bride looks like she’s floating in this feather-ruffled wedding dress with dazzling crystals on the bodice. The off-shoulder, asymmetric gown is a truly unique look unlike many.
There’s never too many sparkles.
This Chosen’s wedding dress features a see-through train as it shimmers in dazzling sparkles. Going for a rustic theme, the bride looked like a literal star under the sunlight in this picture taken by Daniel Milligan Photography.
Never too many flowers!
How about incorporating something you love into the dress? This floral dress is a steal from Monique Lhuillier. The soft, pale pink fabric has many gorgeous small flowers on it.
A classy, contemporary look is so 2021.
Katherine Tash’s two-piece wedding gown in cream-colored fabric’s eye-catching section is the sheer corset bodice. The bride adds a colorful accent with playful pink pumps.
David’s Bridal with lace and tulle.
When you can’t get enough of tulle, but you also love details, this gown from David’s Bridal will fulfill that wish for you.
Feathers are seen more lately.
Demetrios’ soft cream dress has patterns embroidered on it with feathers attached at the end.
Galia Lahav’s removable skirt.
This dress for Chelsie Hill was customized with a removable skirt, but who says you can’t have it for a more casual look that lets you move around easier for the night part of your wedding reception?
Simple is the best is shown in this maternity wedding dress.
Les Rêveries’ silk gown was designed not just for an elegant look, but also for the mother to feel comfortable while walking around.
Vivienne Westwood’s backless gowns.
The silky gown with an elegant off-shoulder design reveals the back of the bride for a glamor feel. She coupled it with a pair of sheer gloves and went for a full white look, as captured by Hannah Costello in these pictures.
This Galia Lahav gown by Jenna Kaufman.
The corset bodice with floral print was paired with a sheer tulle skirt, forming an A-line gown. The bride completed the look with her hair casually let down in waves and a pair of sneakers.
A daring total-sheer look on this dress!
This custom D Haleter wedding dress features a full-body sheer design with lacey details. The mermaid-style gown snugs fittingly to the bride’s body.
This traditional ball gown by Enaura.
Enaura’s traditional take on wedding gowns was not short of creativity with the details from embedded beads that drape down from the side and middle. The picture is taken by Alain Martinez Studio.
This wedding dress by Maggie Sottero has a daring color.
White isn’t the only color to go for a wedding! The bride, Kia Watson, chose an unconventional theme for her gown designed by Maggie Sottero in black. With a cream-colored fabric as the base, the lacey details seem to shine against her pale skin.
Go bold or go home!
The Oscar de la Renta’s gown worn by this bride has bold dynamic patterns on its traditional design. A total head-turning look!
Minidress from the ’80s?
On a rather vintage side is the mini-wedding dress this bride chose to wear Odylyne The Ceremony’s sheer design with puffy sleeves. The high neckline, hem ruffles, and low pumps are all the aesthetics of the oldies worth reviving!
Going for a career woman, unconventional look?
This dress from Karen Willis Holmes is a full approach towards a career woman’s looks. The white suit does not forego the conventional veil that still gives them a dramatic effect.
Like a mermaid out of water.
If mermaid scales glow, they must’ve looked like this bride. Her dramatic train designed by George Elsissa is adorned with sparkling details.
Like a queen, by Alessa’s Bridal.
A bride is a queen in her own event and this dress from Alessa’s Bridal truly represents that. Her cape gives her that grandeur feels of a goddess, as captured by the photographer from Stanlo Photography.
How do you look elegant and playful at the same time?
This bride couldn’t get enough of the puffiness of the tulle wedding dress she had. The multi-layered dress features a dramatic puffy one-shoulder and extends just on the right length as an A-line gown.
All about the details!
This form-fitting Galia Lahav gown with a long train has no short of floral details on it as if raining Nitsan Raiter with flowers on her special day.