If you've been searching for a wedding dress, there's a good chance you are familiar with satin.
Satin fabric comes in a variety of types, ranging from shiny satin charmeuse to matte duchess satin, and everything in between. Satin is one of the most common bridal fabrics, and for good reason! It's the perfect material for so many styles of wedding dresses, various silhouettes, and they're a classic, timeless fabric that will look amazing in wedding photos decades from now.
Today, we're sharing our favorite satin wedding dresses we've made. We love using satin in nearly every wedding dress we make, either as the lining material or as the main fabric. Get inspired by our portfolio of real HCC Brides' satin wedding gowns here!
You can also browse our collection of customizable satin wedding gowns here.
Jenny's Rust Satin and Lace Wedding Dress
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.
Kathy's Vintage-inspired Short Satin Wedding Dress
A friend of the designer, Nebraska bride Kathy wanted a vintage-inspired short satin wedding dress that was perfect for dancing.
She chose a classic V neckline with a swishy circle skirt that showcased a fun, colorful petticoat underneath!
We also attached a blingy bridal belt and sewed in small pieces of clothing from dear family members who had passed into the lining of her dress, right over her heart, so they would be with her on her wedding day.
Tiffany's Celestial Satin Wrap Dress
Nebraska bride and Hannah Caroline Couture model Tiffany knew exactly what her dream dress looked like after trying on dozens of our gowns over the years.
She combined our Satin Wrap Dress with our Nora Gown and added accents of sequin star mesh sleeves and appliques at the waist (do you see the shooting star shape we created?!).
Lana's Satin and Lace Mermaid Wedding Dress
Alaska bride Lana dreamed of getting married on an Alaskan glacier, and she reached out to us to design a blue wedding gown that would highlight her curves and complement the stunning backdrop of the glacier! We had a blast finding the perfect lace and coordinating shades of blue for her lace and satin mermaid gown.
Her gown featured an illusion mesh and satin sweetheart bodice covered in sparkly teal hand-sewn lace appliques which flowed into a ruched tulle upper skirt that showed off her amazing figure. The skirt flowed into a mermaid silhouette with a bustled chapel-length train hemmed with more lace appliques.
Lares' Black Satin A-line Wedding Dress
Colorado bride Lares customized our ultra-popular Nora Gown in black satin by adjusting the neckline and sleeves.
Torrie's Satin and Tulle Ball Gown
Nebraska bride Torrie customized our Barbera Gown with Beaded Tulle Skirt, adding detachable off-the-shoulder lace sleeves and mixing black and purple tulle for her skirt.
Her beaded tulle skirt was detachable, so she could remove both the sleeves and tulle skirt for her reception! This revealed a simple satin circle skirt wedding dress underneath that was perfect for dancing at her reception.
Daydreanne's Stunning Satin Wrap Dress
Nebraska bride Daydreanne renewed her vows in our Satin Wrap Dress in ivory. It featured a V neckline gathered into the waist as well as a daring slit to show some leg!
Looking for more inspiration? Check out Hannah Caroline Couture’s Pinterest, Instagram, and TikTok to see which satin wedding gowns we’ve made recently!
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 satin wedding dress! Here are a few other helpful posts to check out:
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- Simply Chiffon: 7+ Dresses to Inspire Your Chiffon Wedding Dress
- How to Break with Wedding Traditions: Tips & Encouragement for Non-traditional Brides
- How to Find the Right Custom Dressmaker: 18 Questions to Ask to Find the Right Fit
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.