Dress manufacturer Rara Avis achieved the seemingly impossible with this A-line gown that is high fashion but wearable, fairy-esque but not childlike, and romantic without being overly-frilly or feminine.
This dress pays a subtle, classy homage to Spring with muted florals and a flowing, gauzy skirt, both of which look like they came directly from a Renaissance painting. The barely-there sleeves delicately tied at the shoulders with floral details (swoon) also offer a bit more coverage for chillier spring days.
For a spring-style gown that’s still quintessentially “bridal,” look no further than this crisp and creamy satin gown by Jenny Yoo Beale. This bridal gown needs no fancy bells, whistles, or sequins—the breathtaking construction of fitted, draped satin speaks for itself.
Romantic flutter sleeves cover the upper arms without becoming stuffy (or too wintery). The dainty, fabric-covered shank buttons add a vintage element to the contemporary open-back design. Additionally, this gown’s minimalistic look will blend effortlessly into any springtime aesthetic or color palette. All that’s missing is your boo.
Springtime weddings are often associated with sunny, midday festivities, garden parties, and other informal, relaxed settings. Enjoy your fun-filled, special day without the added burden of yards of gauzy fabric with this chic knee-length party dress by CORA.
The deep scoop back with (optional) bow gives this breezy wedding gown a charming mid-century feel, while the pleated, high-waisted Ponte skirt offers a universally flattering fit with pockets. Cute, functional, and affordable, this dress is as perfect for a post-wedding croquet match as it is running up the courthouse stairs with your beloved.
Tailor your springtime dress to your exact tastes with this made-to-order 3D floral tulle gown from WildGirlsGR on Etsy. This ultra-romantic, off-the-shoulder gown is made with your precise measurements and is available in dark ivory, gray, white, champagne, or custom colors for the non-traditional bride.
The light-as-air layered design of the sweetheart bodice and off-the-shoulder short sleeves makes it look like this gown was sewn together with you in it (presumably by friendly bluebirds and mice á la Cinderella). Oh, and did we mention it has pockets?
A bride shouldn’t have to decide between sexy and classic or functional and fashionable; the perfect springtime wedding dress should be able to do it all. Lulu’s No Greater Love white puff-sleeve maxi dress does just that (and for less than $100).
This dress offers the perfect solution to brides struggling between a formal, full-length gown and something short and relaxed. The overlapping, tulip-hemmed skirt hits right at the ankle and subtly splits up to the knee, allowing this dress to perfectly match whatever venue, formality, and/or aesthetic you choose.
Finding a high neckline wedding gown that isn’t stuffy, boring, or attached to a pair of extra puffy sleeves straight out of 1982 can be daunting. Luckily, this bohemian high-neck wedding dress from WedDress1 on Etsy combines only the best elements of old and new bridal trends.
The intricately-designed deep-V bodice and high-neck collar of this gown are eye-catching enough to stand on their own, meaning you can throw your hair into a comfy updo and choose understated jewelry without sacrificing any extra pizzazz.
For all of the fuss and funds that go into finding the perfect wedding dress, it seems pretty criminal that we only wear them once. Modcloth’s Magic in the Air wrap dress is the frugally-minded fiancé’s dream, serving as the perfect blend of elegant, romantic, casual, and re-wearable fashion.
After you’re done living the best day of your life in this stunning, blouson-sleeved midi dress, you can rock the same look to your next date night, Easter brunch, and more. We’d recommend leaving the veil at home, but hey, you do you.
Springtime blossoms will have nothing on you in this bold, beautiful, and bright Mexican caftan dress from New Crop Shop. Between the hand-embroidered design and long butterfly sleeves, we’re having a hard time resisting the urge to wear this dress every. Single. Day.
This unique and colorful wedding dress is the perfect addition to any backyard wedding—just ask our editor, Laura, who rocked this dress at her own amazing DIY backyard ceremony.
Another gorgeous springtime gown that doesn’t break the bank, this white lace-tiered maxi dress from Lulus combines a va-va-voom neckline with soft, feminine features like flutter cap sleeves and leg-lengthening tiers.
Thanks to its 70% cotton, 30% nylon blend, and fit-and-flare style, this dress is as comfortable as it is flattering. Luckily, it also comes in a vampy burgundy or black-and-navy color combo, which means you can wear this dress as a bride and wedding guest.
Effortlessly evoke the sophisticated, sexy glamour of the 1940s with this crepe midi wedding dress with a high boat neckline, short flutter sleeves, and timeless wiggle dress shape. This “old Hollywood glamour” gown beautifully emphasizes curves and adds dimension to petite frames.
Complete the classic look with a lace fascinator and T-strap heels. Antique getaway car recommended but not necessary, although it would make you and your newly-betrothed look like you stepped straight out of a Golden Age Hollywood film set. Just saying.
Can’t decide between sleeves or no sleeves, modern or classic, serious or playful? Thanks to this stunning bohemian gown from the Willowby by Watters collection, you don’t have to.
This gown’s fit-and-flare construction makes it perfect for all body types, and the springy smattering of floral appliqués across the bodice, flutter sleeves, and flowing skirt makes it a no-brainer for a springtime ceremony.
Tea-length bridal gowns like this Mattea Gown by Watters fit all of the bridal design elements we love for spring into one fantastic dress: a romantic sweetheart neckline, dreamy shirred off-the-shoulder sleeves, and an understated touch of sequins to catch the sunlight as you walk down the aisle outdoors.
Thanks to its timeless silhouette paired with modern features like a twisted bodice, this dress can be styled as vintage or contemporary as you like. (Looking for accessory inspo? We’ve got you covered.)