Princess Royal Ball Gowns with a touch of Glam―Stella de Libero
If you want to look and feel like a stylish princess on your special day, a classic royal ball gown with a touch of glam is what you are looking for.  Intricate embroidery, voluminous gowns, and timeless silhouettes are some of the characteristics found in these fairytale-like designs.


Tiglily Spring 2016 Wedding Dresses: “Collection of Pandora" Bridal Collection
TIGLILY’s 2016 Spring/Summer bridal offering, titled “Collection of Pandora” features charming, storybook-worthy wedding dresses in white and vivid colors. Perfect for brides who love the fairytale princess aesthetic, the collection presents ultra-feminine looks, most in voluminous ball gown silhouettes, with romantic details such as ruffles and multi-colored embroideries and decadently layered floral appliques.


Wedding Dresses with Gorgeous Necklines
Monguae / C.H. Wedding / Bonheur Sposa / Jaymi Bride / Gazelle Brides / No.9 Wedding

Every bride has her own unique facial features and body shape, and when it comes to choosing your dream wedding dress, the neckline is the key to achieve a look that flatters your figure and face.


Jillian Sposa Wedding Dresses: Azalea
Many little girls grew up wishing they were princesses, and some dreams never get forgotten. With the right gowns, you can look and feel like a modern-day princess! See some of our favorite enchanting looks below and get ready to write your own fairytale!

This Victorian natural form-inspired ensemble was built around the concept of the highly embellished overbust corset. An estimated 60+ hours were spent lovingly cutting, placing chantilly lace, stitching by hand, and sewing beads to compliment the layout. There are five varieties of crystal beads in addition to the iridescent seed beads that adorn the lace appliques. The skirts are of taffeta with blue moire ribbon bows, and 18 yards of pleated ruffle. The skirts take inspiration from the designer’s own copy of the 1879 volume of Peterson’s Magazine. The inspiration for the silk camisole came from several sources, but mainly from beribboned Edwardian era undergarments.

Outfit and coronet by L'Atelier de LaFleur
Jewellery by Jeanie Schlegel
Modelled by me, Mina LaFleur