19 Bloggers and the Wedding Dresses They Wore Down the Aisle

Apr 19 2017 - 2:20pm

Fashion bloggers are used to getting dressed up and stealing the spotlight, but when it comes to their weddings, they hold nothing back. No gown's too glamorous, no designer's out of reach, and even their SO's look photo shoot ready.

And since these ladies tend to inspire our outfits on a normal day, there's no doubt their stylish nuptials will do the same for when we say, "I do." Read on to see 19 breathtaking dresses worthy of a fashion blogger, and gather ideas to make your wedding [1] one that you — and your followers — will never forget.

Saray Martín looked like a dream in an off-white gown and flower crown.

Nicolette Mason went sheer in a classy way, wearing a gown designed for her by Christian Siriano [3].

Kelsey Bang kept it short and sweet in this layered dress, which she then paired with yellow heels.

Amber Venz Box opted to go modest [4] in a silky, sheer, retro creation.

Vera Wang is a name that's pretty much synonymous with wedding [5] gowns, so it's no surprise that the always-polished Julia Engel chose a dress by the designer for her big day.

She's not married yet, but Chiara showed us a few fashionable ways to dress for your nuptials as a brand ambassador for Pronovias [6].

Another Christian Siriano gown for the win! We're loving this layered look that Arielle Nachmani (now Charnas) rocked as she walked down the aisle.

Mara Ferreira of M Loves M [7] enjoys feminine style so her tulle strapless gown is no surprise! Classic!

Rebecca Laurey, formerly of Raspberry & Rouge, surprised her followers by announcing she got married in NYC months after it happened. For her big day, she went with casual white dress and the ultimate fashion girl shoe: Stan Smiths.

Emily Schuman's column gown was breathtaking, but what really stood out to us was her birdcage veil.

Corporate Catwalk's look was given a glamorous touch with the help of her mantilla veil.

Eat Sleep Wear went with an elegant trumpet style [8] gown, which flawlessy hugged her curves.

Damsel in Dior's full gown seemed perfect for twirling, and the high-up shots really captured its beauty.

Eloping? Late Afternoon's layered number was the perfect mix between casual and elevated, making her beach nuptials seem like something out of a dream.

Sometimes, classic is best! Sequins & Stripes strapless, A-line number will never go out of style.

Long white gloves gave Memorandum blogger Mary Orton's ensemble a Disney princess vibe.

Because I'm Addicted's Geri Hirsch found a family-friendly way to take the plung with her shiny V-neck gown.

Flowy gowns, like Style Me Grasie's, are an A+ match for a warm-weather outdoor wedding [9].

Look just as lovely as you leave with a long train, similar to Margo and Me's Pronovias option.

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