Lesser Known Wedding Dress Designers

Bhldn Wedding Dresses

Vera, Monique, Oscar…We are all familiar with these famous designers and their beautiful gowns. But just because they aren’t a household name doesn’t mean that lesser known designers don’t make stunning wedding dresses. Here are some of the newer names in bridal fashion that we just HAD to share.

Ivy & Aster

Ivy & Aster make fun, contemporary wedding dresses for modern brides that want to look sophisticated and not break the bank. These dresses range from $1000 – $3000 and come in a variety of styles. They also have a great selection of little white dresses that would make great after party or rehearsal dinner dresses.

Duchess Dress

Sass Dress

57 Grand

This modern weddingwear is inspired by New York City and has the names to match, with styles named after famed New York landmarks like Chelsea and Radio City. They have a sleek, urban feel and gorgeous cuts and draping.

Trinity Dress

Ellis Dress

This dress screams City Hall at me!

Bhldn

Anthropologie’s new bridal spin-off Bhldn has only been around a few months, but is already making fans of the vintage and rustic chic looks swoon. We love that they tap a number of unknown designers like Catherine Deane and James Coviello for their exclusive designs. They also have fab accessories (hello, glitter heels anyone?) and cute bridesmaids dresses that your friends may actually wear again.

Pleated Fantasy Gown

Elysium Gown

Saja

Designer Yoo Le creates light, whimsical confections that will make any bride who wears them feel beautiful. They have beautiful draping and are perfect for the bride that wants a special gown that isn’t too “cupcake”.

CR6673 Dress

{Images via  The White Dress by the Shore, Bhldn, 57 Grand, Saja Wedding}

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