There are so many styles to pick from when picking a wedding dress, A-line, mermaid, fitted, sheath, but nothing says royalty quite like the classic ball gown. Check out these 10 different ball gowns from 10 different designers that will surely make you look like a queen on your big night.
Berta bridal is among the most popular wedding designers we see today. Her designs are unique and timeless. We’ve seen this little number on many brides, and each time, we love it a bit more. It strays from the traditional white or cream colored dress in its lovely dusty rose tone. Why not be a little different? At least you know your wedding dress will be the most unique of your friend group!
Sherri Hill is another very common designer who not only designs wedding dresses, but sweet 16 dresses, pageant dresses, and prom dresses-all of which could be potential bridesmaid dresses. This gorgeous gown would pair beautifully with a set of bridesmaids wearing blush pink and a large bouquet of peonies in hand.
Leah Da Gloria
Leah Da Gloria is a wedding dress designer located in Sydney, Australia, but has reached the states due to her eye for creating and precision in detailing. We are absolutely infatuated with everything about this dress! The “sleeves” with the floral pieces, the cinched waist, the dainty flowers flooding the top, the overly dramatic flare-all qualities that make a remarkable ball gown.
George Elsissa is another designer located in Australia. His designs are simply astounding and he also creates custom made gowns! This gown is fit for a queen, as are many of his other masterpieces.
Milla Nova gowns are beyond beautiful and can be found at many retailers nationwide. You cannot directly order dresses from their websites, but they do offer a retail finder that you can contact or visit. We love the uniqueness that comes with this dress, especially the cold shoulder look and the textured skirt.
If you’re a huge fan of Say Yes to the Dress, like us, than you definitely know Pnina Tornai. Many of her beautiful creations have been featured on her show, and even more have gone home with a happy bride-to-be. Who would say YES to this amazing low cut gown? We know we would!
How unreal is this ball gown by J’Aton Couture? So elegant, yet sexy in the classiest possible way. This dress was handcrafted in Italy and like their other gowns, is among some of the most intricate designs we have seen. And that says a lot. Their website is still in the works, but you can check them out on Instagram through the link above.
Steven Khalil is placed highly among the list of our favorite dress designers due to his passion for creating and close attention to detail. Not to mention, he is recognized as Australia’s leading designer in gowns. By taking a look at this floral beauty, we can see why he is so successful.
Julie Vino dedicates her time to creating one-of-a-kind wedding dresses as a passion she wants to share with all future brides. Her pieces such as the one above are carefully crafted with the best quality fabrics in order to provide brides with their dream dresses. Everything about this gown is so flattering from the deep V to the train. Any lady would be lucky to sport this lovely work of art down the aisle.
This Mary Ioannidis ball gown is light, but striking. The small amount of floral detail riding down the shoulder into the waist is just enough to make this dress stand out. Remember ladies, the dress doesn’t need to have an obscene amount of beading or lace to be remarkable, and this gown completely proves that.
Don’t worry, we’re not done yet. We have an endless amount of wedding dress coverage to come!