5+ Ideas to Inspire Your Floral Wedding Gown
Spring is in full bloom here in Nebraska, so it’s the perfect time to highlight some of our favorite floral wedding gowns we’ve made!
Floral accents are a wonderful way to add color, texture, embroidery, or all of the above to your wedding day look. If you’re searching for a custom floral wedding dress, get inspired by our HCC Brides below!
Jenny’s Floral Satin Gown
Nebraska bride Jenny was married in a stunning rust satin gown, based on our ultra-popular Nora Gown!
To make this dress her own, we replaced the back with skin-tone illusion mesh covered in hand-sewn floral embroidered lace appliques. Her gown also featured cap sleeves and a daring slit.
Alexi's 2-in-1 Floral Wedding Dress
South Dakota bride Alexi was married in one of our most detailed gowns to date.
Her wedding day look featured two parts: a mermaid gown with an open back, transparent bodice, heavy beading, 3D floral appliques throughout the gown, and a slit.
For the ceremony, she added an ivory organza ball gown skirt dripping with beading and more 3D flowers.
Emily's Floral Tulle Gown
Nebraska bride Emily was married in a flowy ivory tulle wedding gown… with a twist. She incorporated color and texture with colorful floral lace appliques throughout the bodice, sleeves, and fading into the skirt.
Lisa's Vintage-Inspired 2-in-1 Wedding Gown
Nebraska bride Lisa wanted to combine old and new for her wedding gown. Her mother had made her own wedding gown when she got married, complete with a dramatic detachable ivory satin train. Isn't it interesting how trends come back around?!
Hannah Caroline Couture was tasked with finding a way to blend her mother's satin train with a new gown that represented Lisa. We had a blast finding colorful, vintage-inspired lace materials that would complement both designs.
The end result was an off-the-shoulder gown covered in ivory, peach, and sage green floral lace appliques that were individually cut from a lace fabric and layered throughout the bodice and fading into the skirt. The gown had flowy soft tulle bishop sleeves with lace appliqued cuffs and pearl buttons, a romantic lace-up corset back, and the skirt had layers of soft tulle in shades of ivory, layered with the colorful lace fabric and additional lace appliques to give the gown a whimsical, dimensional feel. Lastly, the appliques were blended into mom's detachable train at the waist and intermingled with the existing lace and ruffles for a look that exuded romantic garden wedding vibes!
Angie's Whimsical Fairy-Inspired Green Wedding Dress
Texas bride Angie wanted a green wedding dress with purple accents to complement her magical, medieval-inspired wedding day! We designed a hunter green chiffon wedding dress with green floral lace appliques accented with purple rhinestones. The back featured an organza ribbon lace-up belt. The look was complete with a set of purple scalemail shoulder epaulets we customized with purple chiffon sleeves that flowed in the wind as she rode a horse down the aisle (!!!).
Susi's Floral Embroidered Dress
Susi came to Hannah Caroline Couture knowing she wanted her dress to complement her spring outdoor wedding. We found the perfect floral embroidered fabric, which has since become one of our most popular lace materials (see it in our Flora Gown and Wildflower Gown)!
Ellie’s 2-in-1 Floral Jumpsuit
Nebraska bride Ellie wanted a classic ivory chiffon gown with a surprise she kept secret from her fiance and guests - a hidden jumpsuit for dancing the night away!
Ellie’s look featured an ivory crepe and illusion mesh bodice that combined ivory floral lace appliques and colorful floral embroidery, leading into a fitted crepe pant with pockets.
For her ceremony, she added an ivory silk chiffon skirt and topped off her look with a skirt veil featuring the same colorful lace embroidery.
Looking for more inspiration? Check out Hannah Caroline Couture’s Pinterest, Instagram, and TikTok to see which floral wedding gowns we’ve made recently!
Explore our collection of customizable floral wedding dresses here.
If you’re considering a custom gown, check out these 12 tips for ordering a custom wedding gown online. Then, learn how to find the right custom dressmaker for your wedding here.
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What to Read Next
I hope these photos have given you plenty of inspiration for your own floral wedding dress! Here are a few other helpful posts to check out:
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About Hannah Caroline Couture
I am proud to specialize in creating custom wedding gowns for brides of all sizes, with a passion for providing an amazing customer experience whether I get the chance to work with you in person or at a distance. While I love making garments in any size and for any personal style, I get a little extra excited about working with plus-size brides and brides that want to get married in something really unique and non-traditional.