22 #1 Less can be more. Case in point: This Oscar de la Renta number with wispy rosettes.  

Marchesa, Bridal Fall 2016, October 2015, Lookbook Shoot
Marchesa, Bridal Fall 2016, October 2015, Lookbook Shoot

#2 The classic A-line bustier gown gets a dream and modern makeover with tiers of lightweight tulle.  

Kaviar Gauche, spring-summer 2017 Paris, France
Kaviar Gauche Spring Summer 2017. Image: Showbit  

#3 Far from girlie, this Kaviar Gauche number is altogether sexy, feminine and edgy.  


Giambattista Valli Haute Couture 11 Gown in the December Issue of @elle_italia ph. @gilles_bensimon Styling @albertozanoletti

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  #4 A cloud of lilac is a stunning alternative to white.  

  #5 A ruffled peplum gives this Ines Si Santo a whimsical and playful touch.  


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  #6 Blush and plenty of cascading ruffles in lightweight tulle make for one utterly dreamy number.  

  #7 Dressed in lace and a flurry of ruffles, this ballgown is one for brides after a classic and sweet look.  

  #8 Do vintage Parisian romance in this frothy caped number.  

#9 Something blue: Tumbling ruffles and a touch of blue for a gown that will have the princess bride falling in love.   See also: Sparkling Ballgowns To Dreamy Florals: The Most Gorgeous Wedding Dresses of 2016