June may be the most traditional month for wedding celebrations, but there’s something magical about hosting a wedding during the winter. There’s freshly fallen snow creating a winter wonderland, the air is crisp, and the fashions are incredible. Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite showstopping bridal gowns for a winter wedding, guaranteed to turn heads.
Is there anything more luxe than a wintry bridal coat? This ensemble by Ashi Studio blends old world glamour with contemporary pleating.
A sparkling ballgown by Basil Soda looks regal, yet modern, with asymmetric folds adding volume to a full skirt.
Elie Saab’s off-shoulder wedding gown with a belted waist is impeccably elegant and timeless.
Francesca Miranda caters to lace lovers with a romantic long-sleeved dress.
Leave them speechless with a winter wedding gown by Galia Lahav, featuring a dramatic train.
Sweet and demure, this bridal gown by Gemy Maalouf is full of unique textures and details.
Ines di Santo’s blush colored gown is the perfect combination of elegance and whimsy.
A pairing of frills and sleek lines makes this Isabel Zapardiez number idyllic for a winter wedding.
Livne White offers a modern approach to classic shapes with intricate beading, lace, ruffles, and bridal accessories.
For winter weddings in warm weather locations, this number by Naama & Anat Haute Couture lets brides stand out with a plunging neckline and delicate shoulder details.
This bridal pantsuit by Naeem Khan is fiercely feminine with skinny trousers, a cropped top, a statement belt, and an incredible train.
Olga Yermoloff Haute Couture adds a stylish air of edginess to a traditional lace wedding gown.
A winter wedding and a snowy Oscar de la Renta dress are a match made in Heaven.
Viktor&Rolf’s tiered showstopper is a contemporary mix of structured ruffles and bespoke lace designs.
This winter wedding gown by Zuhair Murad boasts perfectly puffed sleeves and a stunning crisscrossed bodice.