We spend so much time fawning over gorgeous bridal fashion, we decided it was about time we rounded up our favorite 2019 wedding dress designers! From laid-back boho wedding dresses made of unique crochet lace to jaw-dropping couture gowns dripping in beading to alternative handmade looks featuring elaborate embroidery, these 2019 wedding dress designers have positively outdone themselves and we can’t wait for you to fall in love and find the right designer to outfit you on your big day!
French bridal designer Rime Arodaky is known for its ultra-modern approach to feminine bridal style. The 2019 ballet-inspired collection ‘Til Dance Do Us Part features romantic embroidered lace and beautifully-structured crepe in figure-skimming silhouettes.
Osta / Bessy Two-Piece Dress
Maggie Sottero‘s namesake brand brings classic romance with a modern edge. The 2019 Ambrose collection has a dress for every bridal style while staying true to the designer’s magnificent use of lace in a way that is both traditional and on-trend.
If you’ve never heard of Barcelona-based Immaclé, get ready to feast your eyes upon one of our very favorite designers for alternative bridal gowns. The daring dresses in the 2019 Senda collection center around the use of transparent tulle embellished with florals, fringe, and embroidery. Immaclé turns romantic elegance on its head with a modern vintage approach unlike anyone else in the world of bridal.
If you’re searching for a balance between sleek modernism and dreamy romanticism, look no further than Sarah Seven! Perfect for a downtown wedding at a loft, gallery, or warehouse, Sarah Seven bridal dresses are crafted with architectural elements in mind that skim the figure while showing off a bride’s creative, design-forward personality.
Hoping to make a bold fashion statement on your wedding day? Natalie Wynn is the designer for you! Wynn’s designs are ideal for an alternative bride looking for something one-of-a-kind and declarative in style. From star-emblazoned gowns that scream “celebration” to delicate bohemian dresses so pretty you’ll never want to take them off, Wynn’s remarkable use of embroidery makes her one to watch in the bridal realm – and the one to wear for your big day!
When it comes to couture bridal glamour, no one does it like Galia Lahav. The design house’s 2019 bridal couture collection Queen of Hearts is royal-inspired and positively jaw-dropping. The collection features sultry silhouettes with elaborate beading, lace, and embroidery fit for a queen.
Dreamers & Lovers
Bohemian brides looking for something equal parts simple and special will fall in love with the sweet bridal designs of Dreamers & Lovers. Crochet lace and floral embroidery take center stage on these comfortable wedding dresses for laid-back brides. Dreamers & Lovers also offers at-home dress loans so you can try on your favorite styles before you buy!
Handmade in Melbourne, Australia, Anna Campbell wedding dresses are designed for brides who appreciate a little sparkle! Campbell’s Wanderlust collection knocked us off our feet with its modern bohemian silhouettes embellished with dazzling beading, romantic embroidery, and custom-designed lace.
Rue de Seine
Fashion-forward and free-spirited brides already know the Rue de Seine brand, but the latest Wild Heart collection will wow even a longtime lover of the New Zealand designer. The collection features fresh large-scale lace patterns as are Rue’s signature, plus statement fringe + florals and dramatic sleeves + trains.
Watercolor goddess Leanne Marshall (yes – that Leanne Marshall) has done it again and we’re head over heels for her latest collection of ethereal gowns. Pale pops of color, flowing goddess-esque silhouettes, and an abundance of tulle make Marshall’s wedding dresses some of the romantic picks on our list!
Grace Loves Lace
Grace Loves Lace‘s wedding dresses are all about free spirits, romantic villas, countryside effortlessness, and you guessed it – lace! Icon, GLL’s latest collection, is crafted of the finest European laces for brides breaking out of tradition and rigid, heavy fabrics for a chic and laid-back look on their wedding day.
Made with Love
If you’re looking for a wedding designer that is feminine, flirty, glam, and off-the-beaten-path, Aussie design house Made with Love is right up your alley! MWL’s wedding dresses showcase low-cut necklines and revealing backs paired with playful details like unique embroidery and beading.
Daughters of Simone
No one does vintage-inspired hippie bridal better than Daughters of Simone! The 2019 wedding dress collection Day Dream is giving us major desert vibes with its floaty chiffons, silks, and crochet laces accompanied by flirty ruffles and delicate floral embroidery.
Not sure which of our favorite 2019 wedding dress designers is right for you? Take our quiz to find out which 2019 bridal trend you should wear on your big day to help you narrow it down!