Wedding-Dress Inspiration From The Most Stylish Bloggers

When it comes to covetable (and well-documented) weddings, style bloggers really know how to do it right. Parlaying their sartorial prowess into a spectacular big day, the details in these ladies’ nuptials are immaculate and their dresses are downright dreamy. Here, five gorgeous gowns to inspire the fashion-savvy bride.

Courtesy of Jenny Bernheim

The Best Blogger Wedding Dresses

Jenny Bernheim of Margo & Me.

Courtesy of Jenny Bernheim


Jenny Bernheim's Pronovias gown epitomizes a classic bridal look. With a dramatic train, full skirt and lace cap sleeves, the style is timeless and elegant.

Elin Kling/The Wall


Elin Kling's sculptural Balenciaga confection embodies the spirit of a modern bride. The asymmetrical hemline and unique fabric detailing adds interest to an otherwise minimalist dress. With simple accessories and sleek hair, the effect is nothing short of immaculate.


Old-School Lace

Pandora Sykes proves loads of lace will never go out of style. Her custom long-sleeve Alice Temperley dress is vintage-inspired and utterly romantic, featuring a tiered skirt (which she shortened into a mini for the reception), billowy sleeves and a high neck. (See more photos of her dress on Harper's Bazaar .)



For her ceremony in St. Barts, Helena Bordon chose a slinky Calvin Klein gown with an apropos low back. Thin straps, a gauzy skirt and hints of lace make this the perfect destination wedding dress.

Courtesy of Geri Hirsch


Geri Hirsch's simple J. Mendel bustier sheath oozes understated glamour. Accented by a deep sweetheart neckline, dainty beading at the natural waist and modest train, the look is feminine and sleek.