If all you’ve ever dreamed of is walking down the aisle in a big-skirted dress, you are a ballgown kind of bride! Louisa Shulman at Find Your Dream Wedding Dress picks out six of her favourite ballgown wedding dresses…

Style 5000 by Jesus Peiro

Traditional styling is given the modern treatment with Jesus Peiro’s 5000, a magnificent striped-effect satin ballgown with an elaborate embroidered waistband creating a stunning central feature.


Style PC4857 by Phil Collins

This dreamy number by Phil Collins (PC4857) in the softest of tulles is multi-layered for volume and movement. The bodice features a whole bouquet of tiny flowers, centered with tiny pearls and crystals, in an ornate composition that cascades onto the hips.


Ginger Rogers by Jade Daniels

Ginger Rogers by Jade Daniels is a striking dress with a pretty Chantilly lace sweetheart bodice below a sheer illusion panel piped in satin. The stunning embroidered metallic lace waistband features pearls and crystals.

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Wynter by David Tutera

A dropped basque bodice and deep hem are highlighted with hand-beaded embroidery, which really stands out on the featherlight organza – Wynter by David Tutera for Mon Cheri is a wonderfully romantic look!

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LouLou by Mooshki

LouLou by Mooshki is a soft and simple gown with a floaty skirt but, unusually for a ballgown, it does not have a train – this makes it much easier to manoeuvre! The corded lace bodice is decorated with a sprinkling of pearls and clear beads.


Delores by Romantica

Delores by Romantic has taken all the elements of a traditional ballgown one step further by elongating the beautiful lace embellished bodice down onto the hips, where the full princess skirt takes over.

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See lots more ballgowns, plus every other style you can think of, right here at findyourdreamweddingdress.co.uk!


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