There are so many reasons why we LOVE vintage for a wedding day. Not only are the styles often one of a kind, but vintage dresses are also meticulously made and speak to the traditions and craftsmanship of decades past. And as you know, here at BravoBride we are always big fans of buying preowned items and vintage is just one more way to make it work for you! With so many different styles to choose from, you are bound to be able to find the perfect vintage frock to fit your shape, your theme, and your budget. Here are 10 of our favorite dresses from decades past!
We found this amazing 1950’s White Organdy dress on Posh Girl Vintage. We love the romance of the sheer layers or embroidery and the long flowing skirt!
Also from Posh Girl Vintage is this lovely little frock! Hailing from the 1940’s this antique white lace crochet dress is so fun for a summery outdoor wedding!
We’re also huge fans of the 1920’s look. We found this Great Gatsby-esque shift on Etsy from Wild Honey Pie Vintage. The ecru lace is so delicate and the soft ivory is so romantic!
This vintage lace wedding dress from the 1950’s is another fun Etsy find! We love the bold red velvet sash and full skirt!
This two-piece look from the 1960’s is so chic! From La Belle Vintage, this mod mini cocktail set is the perfect combination of vintage fun and modern elegance.
Do you love the color blush for your big day? This Victorian wedding gown does the color justice! It perfectly encompasses the romantic hippie look of the 1970’s.
This romantic piece is fit for a vintage princess! A sheer organza Alfred Angelo creation from the 1960’s the empire silhouette and soft ivory color come together to make a fabulous frock!
Designed in the 1960’s this wedding dress from Mill Crest Vintage has such a fun “Doris Day” look about it! So sweet, the dress is made of ivory needle lace over taffeta and features a fabulous jeweled neckline!
This amazing champagne dress from Mill Crest Vintage is the epitome of 1920’s glamour. The detailing is so romantic and fun!
Last but not least is another blush creation from the 1950’s! This amazing gown is a combination of beautiful tulle and sequin-encrusted lace. We LOVE everything about it!