Blush has long been considered a must-have for event decoration, but for the shade you wear in the aisle, pink has long been considered daring and out of the bridal box. While ivory is undoubtedly traditional, thinking in pink is actually the void for the fashion lover who wants to pursue the tradition of rock while remaining undeniably feminine and romantic. Trust us: there is a blushing wedding dress for every style – from the modern princess to the minimalist and beyond.
Whether you’re a romantic at heart or after something demure or daring, we’ve rounded up some of the most dreamy pink and blushing wedding dresses from the recent bridal, ready-to-wear, and haute couture collections that push the boundaries of the bride-to-be undeniably gear-worthy feel. Here are the best pink and blushing wedding dresses you can buy right now.
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The modern princess
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Insert a horse-drawn carriage here. Take a regal dress to new heights with an off-the-shoulder neckline and pink ball skirt – with a dramatic cathedral train. Called “Secret Garden,” this dress is all about volume and presence, adding texture, drama, and a kissed shade of pink that feels softer and quirkier than white.
The new garden girl
Skip the all-round floral laces and prints and consider a blushing and nude A-line dress with (optional) oversized blooms instead. This silhouette feels simple but gets its drama from the perfect shade of pink. Now all you need is a chic gardening or gardening party to wear.
The ultra femme minimalist
Take a super slim ball gown with a notched neckline and step it up by going for a pink shade. A dropping waist, monochrome waist-defining belt, and clean lines complete the look – this is the pink dress for the bride that would otherwise have a white look with no frills, fuss, beads or embroidery.
The party girl in pink
Oscar de la Renta
An after-party look or a reception gown is all about the wow factor, and that romantic high-low look belongs on the (socially distant) dance floor. What is more? The ankle-length hem is the best way to show off a statement pair of must-have shoes.
The ultimate entertainer
When micro-weddings and elopements are becoming the norm, and intimate dinner parties are happening in lieu of receptions, consider a dress with built-in accessories and no train that can hold your best get together yet.
The Downtown Darling
Ralph & Russo
For the bride who wants more than one reason to celebrate, winter weddings connect the whole family, friends and celebrations of the holidays to your wedding. Winter matters also require texture like velvet, feathers, and puffed sleeves.
This crystal button beauty features a plunging neckline and cuff sleeves that (with the right styling) feel formal and have a Gatsby vibe. Keep your accessories sleek and minimal, but subtly point out the boudoir notes that make this look stand out – think sparkling accessories, a pouch with a top handle, and silk mules.
The hopeless romance
Giambattista Valli Haute Couture
Long known for his exaggerated high-low tulle ball gowns and intricately draped sheaths, Giambattista Valli revealed a handful of blushing beauties [virtual] Couture season. This powder pink confection with a satin bow, an asymmetrical top and layers of gathered tulle is what fashion girls and the romantically obsessed dream dream of.
The new bohemian
Hermoine de Paula
Rustic, outdoor, boho, and pastoral party dressing feels heightened when it is blushed from head to toe and hand-embroidered with the most beautiful flowers. Keep the styling of this look natural, from simple hair to reduced makeup, for this stunning style to speak for itself.
The gallery girl 2.0
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If civil ceremonies and home weddings are paramount this year, opt for a look that still fits your style – a modern downtown girl – with a ladylike touch, like this bespoke mini with train in Rouge. This look feels elegant, refined, party-ready and undeniably bridal, and yet fits the consonant cosmopolitan. When it comes to styling, opt for the classics like a pair of diamond or pearl earrings.
The Jane Austen Protégé
Go for puff sleeves and tiered ruffles in a simple silhouette for a look that evokes the romance of your favorite poems and novels, yet feels modern.
For those who crave the daydreams of yesteryear, English literature, vintage and classic films, this dress should be worn outdoors – either for a low-key ceremony at home or for a garden party with loved ones to celebrate your (postponed) and) upcoming wedding.
The renegade bride
Do it all with a featherweight dress that feels special – but doesn’t speak to the status quo. Plush details and feathers galore have become mainstays for evening wear and gear, but after months of distancing and protection, everyone just wants to let go. Do not resist; Embrace all things over the top.
The down-to-earth diva
Even with all the requirements of a glamorous dress – beaded metallic embroidery from head to toe, a deep neckline, a see-through cape, and more – this constellation-inspired confection still feels effortless. This look is for the non-traditional vibe that loves and wants to dazzle disco and drama, but still effortless and most importantly, looks like itself.
The New Age beach bride
You are not an easy bride, and this is not your average wedding dress. If you are getting married in the sand or planning a future beach wedding, opt for a sexy cut out, ruched dress covered in Demur crystals. This look is stunning, calls for the amount of skin to bare on the shore, and is definitely wedding worthy.
The girly girl
Oscar de la Renta
Oscar de la Renta’s dramatic take on this tiered ball gown with a touch of flamenco flair, known for its dreamy sweets made from silk-fleece and taffeta, looks especially girly when made in bubblegum pink.
Creative directors Laura Kim and Fernando Garcia had the most female brides or party goers in mind when designing this piece – complete with an oversized bow at the waist, lots of ruffles, and a high to low hem. For the ceremony, combine heels of the same color and add a delicate pink tulle veil, but don’t go monochrome from head to toe. When it comes to the bouquet, opt for softer pinks and whites, or stick to a simple clutch made out of lilies of the valley.
For the outsider
For the bride who loves architecture and surreal silhouettes, an oversized ruffle at the neckline of a slim, strapless dress feels romantic – with a sophisticated edge – when made in pink.
The lover of the spotlight
Voluminous silhouettes made from simple fabrics (like gathered silk tulle) are the easiest ways to bask in the spotlight. We promise: In a look like this you are guaranteed to have all eyes on you. In a stately hue like this soft coral hue, this silhouette is unforgettable yet undoubtedly elegant.
Expert advice: bodices with so much drama only need a small pair of earrings. If you are looking for a statement accessory, your bouquet of flowers can achieve it.
The modern metropolitan
A no-frills, architecturally draped dress is elegant and sophisticated – but it feels even more dreamy when worn in a soft, blushing shade. This strategically structured, asymmetrical dress goes well with a metallic or tonal box clutch and pair of earrings that mirror the clean lines of this subtly sexy silhouette.
The dramatic dreamer
Big doses of drama in the form of ruffles, layers and lots of tulle feel over the top in the best way. A deep neckline adds a dose of sex appeal to an otherwise romantic look, and this ruffled ball skirt feels undeniably glamorous. Essentially, this look is all about the bridal basics – but it feels a lot more feminine, flirtatious, and fashionable in the blush.
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