Destination wedding dresses for all those brides lucky enough to get married abroad…
Whether it’s short or long, embellished or plain, the perfect destination wedding dress should move well and let your skin breathe.
Wedding Journal Online’s 14 Favourite Destination Wedding Dresses
Mori Lee actually offer a collection called ‘Voyage’ which are wedding dresses designed specifically for the destination wedding. The fabrics are lighter ad the styles floatier with a lot of emphasis on the short wedding dress.
Watters are another great design house to consider if you’re looking for a destination dress as they specialise in a lot of ethereal styles. Another wedding dress trend to consider for a destination wedding dress is colour. Blush is romantic and will look amazing in photographs.
Shorter dresses are ideal for a destination wedding, easier to move around in and means you won’t get any sand on your gown if you’re getting married on the beach!
This dress by Serenity Bridal is suitable for any kind of wedding. The crisp elegance of the lace would not look out of place on a beach or in floating down the canal in Venice.
For the bride whose wedding is abroad but has her heart set on a princess style ball gown. Create body with soft, ruffled layers of material that isn’t heavy to carry around.
Elegant and stylish; these Linea Raffaelli dresses have a chic European feel to them which would be perfect for an inner city destination wedding.
Revealing wedding dresses often aren’t suitable for Irish weddings as they’re not appropriate for church ceremonies and there’s a good chance the bride might freeze to death! A destination wedding is the perfect opportunity for the bride to opt for something more daring.
High necklines look effortlessly chic and the netting on this Yolan Cris dress would keep the ensamble cool and wearable in hotter climates.
Jenny Packham is known for her bohemian style gowns and this particular creation is simple but embodies everything a destination wedding dress should be.