Lace is a timeless bridal look and with so many variations, there are tons of lace wedding gowns to suit all different styles of mountain brides. Here are some favorites from BHLDN:
Margeaux Gown. The understated elegance of this allover lace gown by Tadashi Shoji is a classic. Made of stretch cotton blend lace, this gown is light and comfortable with minimal fuss, yet its scalloped neckline, softly flared silhouette and floor-skimming hemline make it refined for the occasion. $600, available exclusively at BHLDN.
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Rena Dress. For free-spirited brides, this French lace dress by Kite and Butterfly represents Bohemian chic its best. The 1960’s inspired silhouette with bell sleeves and a lightly tiered floor-length skirt is ideal for a wedding in a breathtaking natural setting. $550, available exclusively at BHLDN.
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Laverne Gown. From the front, this gown is fairly simple and easy silk tulle silhouette with just a flutter of lace at the sleeves; until the bride turns to display the back with its striking panes of lace. The Laverne Gown by Catherine Deane is the perfect balance of simplicity and drama for a wedding against a spectacular landscape. $1,800, available exclusively at BHLDN.
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Madeline Gown. This vintage inspired gown by Candela features a lace pattern of embroidered vines and multi-tiered ruffles at the hem brings Old World grace to a rustic setting. $1,000, available exclusively at BHLDN.
Onyx Gown. Catherine Deane’s Onyx Gown is for the true romantic with a lacy embroidered bodice giving way to voluminous yet airy layers of tulle. This ethereal gown is fit for a fairytale scene. $1,800, available exclusively at BHLDN.
Queen Anne Dress
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Queen Anne Dress. The ladylike fit-and-flair shape, delicate lace pattern and rich hue of the Queen Anne Dress by James Coveillo is a pretty and practical option for a setting with more rustic terrain. $650, available exclusively at BHLDN.
Vienna Dress. This bride-worthy shift by Yoana Baraschi was inspired by an Edwardian lace swing dress she spotted at a Parisian antique dealer. We think the blooming lace pattern on this easygoing dress makes it perfect for a mountainside elopement!
Designer Yoana Baraschi created this exquisitely embroidered piece after spotting an Edwardian lace swing dress at a Parisian antique dealer. With its sheer overlay blooming with cactus flowers and a silhouette that flatters all figures, this unique shift is certainly bride-worthy. Side zip. Nylon; viscose lining. Dry clean. Imported.