The mermaid gown is one of the most classic bridal silhouettes, and while trends may come and go, the mermaid gown is forever.
There’s no one way to do a mermaid, but here’s a rundown of our 7 favorite mermaid bridal gowns – one for each of the seas!
7. Classic ruched organza mermaid gown by Lillian West
A glamorous gown with fun movement through the skirt, this Lillian West Fall 2016 gown is a blank canvas for the mermaid bride.
6. “Chrysanthemum” by Casablanca Bridal
Chantilly lace with lace illusion back, this gown is a beautiful, delicate, light-weight contemporary take on the traditional lace mermaid wedding dress.
5. “Begonia” by Sophia Tolli
Many consider bridal designer Sophia Tolli to be the queen of the mermaid gown, and Begonia is one of the dresses that earned her that title. With a lightly beaded lace bodice, a detachable rhinestone belt, and a scalloped lace hemline, this dress is perfection from top to bottom.
4. Modern lace mermaid gown by Justin Alexander
A modern interpretation of classic lace like only Justin Alexander can, this gown shimmers subtly from a layer of opal sequence laid under the lace applique.
3. “Avery” by Palazzo Bridal by Jane White
The minimalist mermaid gown with immaculate design and construction, this silk crepe wedding dress can by styled up or left simple to celebrate less is more. Available with or without front slit.
2. “Tulip” by Karen Willis Holmes
While not a traditional mermaid silhouette with exaggerated flair at the thigh, we included this gown because it exudes the mermaid spirit – the beaded white sequence in the bodice evokes fish scales, and the skirt flairs into a flowing chiffon. We love this modern interpretation of the mermaid gown!
1.”Aprilia” by Sophia Tolli
With embellished lace, a gorgeous illusion back, and a multi-layered organza skirt, Aprilia has all the elements of glamorous mermaid wedding gown.