Vintage Bridal Gowns

Vintage bridal gowns are timeless creations for those brides looking to incorporate the sophisticated styles of the past with modern flair. With accents of lace, silver beading, and familiar silhouettes, these ideas will transport you back in time. Many vintage styles boast long sleeves or high necks. This lacy gown has both. It also features an intricate bodice and cuffs, and has a gorgeous train for walking down the aisle.

wedding dress

via jose Villa Photography

The lace on this gown is exquisite and covers the dress from neckline to hem. The small lace sleeves are a sweet touch, while the train leaves a lasting impression.

wedding dress

via MATTHEW REE PHOTOGRAPHY

Channeling the glamour of the 1920s, this silver-beaded gown is a stunner. Long sleeves and a long straight skirt are amplified by the addition of beading for a sparkling vintage look.

wedding dress

via Alisa Ferris

Even a 1970s-inspired look has vintage appeal. This lace long-sleeve dress features tiered bands of ruffles atop the pretty floral lace.

wedding dress

via Savan Photography

The lace on this dress is generous and graceful. With just a simple white ribbon waistband, this long-sleeve gown is an exquisite, classic design.

vintage bridal gowns

via Rebecca Arthurs

For a daring bohemian bride, this deep V-neck lace gown has a flattering silhouette. Long sleeves and lace around the neckline bring the entire design together.

wedding dress

via Sarah Kate

Vintage doesn’t mean just white or ivory. This dusty blue dress is exquisitely created with long sleeves, an illusion neckline, and stunning beadwork from neckline to hem.

wedding dress

via Peter & Veronika Photography

This sleeveless gown shows that the back can be just as important and attractive as the front. An intricate lace embellishment makes the statement back stand out. And the lace and beadwork continues down the train for a stunning finish.

wedding dress

via MATTHEW REE PHOTOGRAPHY

Vintage doesn’t have to equate to old, but rather cherished and beloved. That’s exactly why all of these designs, twenty years from now, will still be relevant and classic. They borrow the best ideas from decades ago and bring them back to life for today's bride.