It doesn’t hurt to get a head start on finding the perfect wedding dress, right? If you’re up for a little window shopping via phone, here are 11 of our favorite bridal designers to follow on Instagram.
By Lauren Lombardi
Mar 29, 2017
A branch off of the boho chic brand, Anthropologie, BHLDN (pronounced “beholden”) channels a similar style. Known for its vintage inspired gowns and innovative two-piece bridal ensembles, their Insta is full of color, airy layers and plenty of botanical details.
Speaking of boho style, Claire Pettibone has perfected it. Her signature style involves European laces and embroidery that add a sense of luxury to all of her designs.
With fresh and colorful details, Hayley Paige’s modern designs are showstoppers on the runway and down the aisle. Her designs fit all kinds of styles from whimsy to totally traditional, each one channeling statement elements like intricate backs or pastel hues.
Melbourne-based designer Gwendolynne gives us all the heart eyes with her vintage-meets-modern style. Rather than focusing on the latest trends, she draws her inspiration from historic art and architecture to create elegant gown like this beaded beauty.
Nothing falls short of drama with a wedding dress designed by Ines Di Santo. Educated in both Milan and Argentina, her style draws classic and luxurious inspiration from both cultures.
If you’re all about glam, Lazaro is known for its full ball gowns and flattering trumpet silhouettes. From metallic fabrics to lush layers, their designs are fit for a princess bride.
Often seen on the red carpet, Marchesa is a fave among celebrities and couture brides alike. Their dresses weave in all kinds of textures, like 3D floral embellishments and their signature confectionery ruffles.
British designer Sam Walls Beasley (now based in New York) is known for her romantic, delicate designs. Combining traditional English elements with feminine details, her dresses are perfect for brides who love classic style with a contemporary twist.
Whether you consider yourself a true romantic or more offbeat, Sarah Seven has a line for each style. If you want the best of both, her Instagram proves you can pull it off (just take a cue from this pink-haired bride).
You may have seen this little number grace our Insta feed, plus a few other colorful dresses from New York Bridal Fashion Week. Needless to say it’s pretty obvious we love Tara LaTour’s creative eye. From neutral hues to show stopping tulle overlays, her modern style is self-described as “couture for the cool kids.”
Sweet, simple yet unconventional, the Vancouver-based line Truvelle knows how to pull together altogether effortlessly chic look. If you envision a simple wedding dress with a unique twist, they’re known for subtle blush tones, statement backs and lacy detailing.