List of wedding dress designers and bridal brands

List of wedding dress designers and bridal brands

If you’re a bride-to-be and need inspiration for the big day, look no further.
Each spring and fall, couture bridal designers dazzle the runway with fresh inspirations; revolutionary combinations of fabrics; and signature details that make each wedding dress an extraordinary stand-alone.

From the classic industry elites, such as Vera Wang, Carolina Herrera and Monique Lhullier—to the contemporary novel innovators such as, Jenny Packham, Lela Rose, and Carmela Sutera—there truly is the perfect designer wedding dress to “wow” every fashion-savvy bride. It is just so hard to pick an industry favorite, but this list of the top wedding gown designers from A to Z is a great place to start.

List of wedding dress designers


Adele Wechsler

Adele Wechsler’s name has become synonymous with distinctive, new age gowns that not only evoke a sense of natural romance, but also a sense of worldwide appeal. Wechsler strongly believes that fashion weaves people together. Her dresses feature pretty flower appliqués (lilies, orchids, pansies, etc.) and sheer overlays of fabric that make her gowns alternative, but also feminine. Adele’s latest, most revolutionary collection yet, introduces eco-friendly options for today’s savvy brides. Deemed Eco Couture, she employs elements of organic hemp, vegetable dies and remnant fabrics. Truly cutting-edge.
Website: adelewechsler

Aire Barcelona (Spain)

Romance, beauty, elegance, delicacy- these are just a few words that perfectly describe Aire Barcelona designer wedding dresses. Every woman should have these qualities, especially on her wedding day. This special event represents an opportunity to enjoy the fact that you’re a woman and it is a call for joy and celebration. Aire Barcelona could offer you all these things.
Website: airebarcelona

Alberta Ferretti (Italy)


Alberta Ferretti’s gowns

Alberta Ferretti’s design is just the ticket for a bride who is aiming for understated glamour. The elegant cut makes for a flattering shape and the chiffon overlay gives the gown that bridal edge.
Website: albertaferretti

Alfred Angelo

Alfred Angelo, America’s oldest and largest family-owned and operated bridal company, was founded in 1933 by Alfred Angelo Piccione in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The company is headquartered in Delray Beach, Florida office and Marketing, Finance and Production are headquartered in Fort Washington, PA.
In a collaboration with Disney (in September 2010) Alfred Angelo announced the debut of a line of princess-inspired wedding dresses from popular Disney animated movies like Snow White, Cinderella, and The Little Mermaid…
Website: alfredangelo

Alvina Valenta

Alvina Valenta is known to pay extreme attention to detail. Each of her dresses are hand sewn including her signature beading and hand-rolled roses that adorn her gowns. Alvina Valenta is now under the parent JLM Couture.


The Amsale bridal collection was virtually started by Amsale Aberra’s own quest for the perfect wedding dress. Amsale simply wanted an elegant, understated dresses with no fuss. Amsale’s tapped into this need by introducing gowns with clean lines and inventive twists of personality to the market. She infuses modern updates such as, variations on the traditional bustle and the inclusion of tasteful color accents, including the now-famous “blue sash” gown. Amsale is now the lead designer for Christos bridal.
Website: amsale

Angel Sanchez


Angel Sanchez’s Spring 2011 collection

Venezuelan-born Angel Sanchez began his illustrious fashion career with captivating evening wear. In 1999, Sanchez introduced his bridal collection, which reflected his background in architecture. Both his clothing and wedding gown collections emphasize structure and innovative dimension partnered with one stand-alone detail for a bit of drama and impact.
Website: angelsanchezusa

Anne Barge

Anne Barge’s creativity and eminent fashion sense shined at a very young age when she started sewing original dresses for her dolls. Under an initial design apprenticeship to Kenneth Pool, Barge was exposed to the industry first-hand. Barge eventually launched her own line of gorgeous gowns showcased in her flagship store in Atlanta. Her gowns are not only elegant and clean, but often include intricate beading.
Website: annebarge

Atelier Aimée (Italy)

Aimée, which in French means “loved”, was established in 1961 in the land of the Gonzaga family.
Three collections are presented by Aimée: Atelier Aimée Montenapoleone, Emé di Emé le spose, Pret a Porter di Atelier Aimée Montenapoleone: each is dedicated to a different type of bride with her own distinct characteristics and defined taste, and every year 300 new styles are created and presented to boutiques and press.
Website: atelieraimeebridalcouture
U.S.: aimeeUSA

Badgley Mischka

Inspired by old-Hollywood glam, Badgley Mischka is the collaboration of partners Mark Badgley and James Mischka. Their simple flowing style is both elegant and effortless, reminding brides that your gown should be comfortable and easy to wear. Their success extends into lifestyle accessories and evening and cruise wear.
Website: badgleymischka

BHLDN Weddings

BHLDN is the new wedding division of Anthropologie (Urban Outfitters, Inc.). BHLDN, meaning “to keep” in Dutch, is the perfect name for this boutique since everything they carry is sure to become a treasured keepsake. Their offerings include a thoughtfully edited collection of wedding dresses, bridesmaids’ frocks, accessories, and décor created for the bride who seeks something a bit different. BHLDN’s assortment has something for every bride, bridesmaid, mother-of-the-bride, and soiree-goer, from the bridal gown of your dreams to party dresses and event dresses. And, should you be searching for accessories rather than wedding dresses, they have an array of meticulously crafted veils, sparkly baubles, and show-stopping shoes that will complete your ensemble.
Website: bhldn

Carolina Herrera

It may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but plenty of brides conjure up a dream of a full-skirted princess gown for their wedding and let’s face it, it is the only day of your life you can get away with it. If this is the style you have your heart set on, it is still possible to remain chic. This Carolina Herrea dress fulfils the princess criteria but still remains classy with its modern yet classic design and beautiful satin fabric.
Website: carolinaherrera

Caroline Castigliano (UK)

At Caroline Castigliano we believe that the purchase of your wedding dress is one of the most important decisions of your life and Caroline Castigliano delight in making it an experience you will look back on and cherish forever.
A Castigliano gown offers the experience of total indulgence in a genuinely luxurious product. No bride should compromise on quality or design.

Casablanca Bridal

Casablanca Bridal was established in 1997 and has since become one of the fastest growing, well known manufacturers of bridal gowns in the industry.
Their gowns are available in stores across the US and around the world. Every Casablanca gown is made to order one at a time, each gown is unique from the hand beaded designs & exquisite laces, to the fit and customization for every bride’s specific needs. There is sure to be a location near you that you may visit to try on and view Casablanca’s gowns in person.
Website: casablancabridal

Catherine Deane

Her dresses make you think of old movies and Victorian lawn parties, but what’s coolest about Catherine is that all of the romance and nostalgia brides talk about when trying on her designs could very well have been inspired by a spider’s web she found hiking in Hong Kong.
Website: catherinedeane



Christos Spring 2011 Wedding Gowns

In 2005, Christos Yiannakou retired and named renowned designer, Amsale Aberra, as Creative Director. Today’s Christos’ collections incorporate Aberra’s modern flair with Christos more traditional fairy-tale-like designs. Christos gowns are especially known for their use of fine silks, French Alençon lace and silk organza.
Website: christosbridal

Claire Pettibone

Claire Pettibone Bridal based in Los Angeles. Discover Claire Pettibone’s romantic world of vintage inspired quality gowns, bohemian style wedding dresses, veils and headpieces.
The designer – Claire Pettibone (born May 23, 1967) is an American fashion designer based in Los Angeles. She is prominently known for her couture wedding gowns and intimate apparel, lifestyle collection.
Website: clairepettibone

Cristiano Lucci

“Cristiano Lucci is no ordinary bridal designer!”
For the fashion-conscious bride to be, Cristiano Lucci ignites the hopes and dreams of looking runway-worthy on a practical budget, with the brand’s classic semi couture range that promises to keep up with the latest trends of the glitterati, minus the exorbitant price tags. And even for the less dramatically inclined, Cristiano Lucci promises a new destination for timeless staples.
Website: cristianolucci

Cymbeline (France)

Cymbeline was founded over 30 years ago by three highly creative sisters-Evelyne, Chantal and Monique who decided to revolutionize the bridal industry. Working in the French couture style, they are well known for the fine details that make each dress a distinctive piece of art.
Website: cymbeline or Cymbeline USA

David’s Bridal

David’s Bridal is a clothier in the United States that specializes in wedding dresses, prom gowns, and other formal wear. It is the largest American bridal-store chain.
Products include bridal gowns, bridesmaids’ dresses, jr. bridemaids’ dresses, flower girl dresses, and mother-of-the-bride dresses. The stores also offer related accessories, including veils, headpieces, shoes, garters, and purses.
Website: davidsbridal

David Fielden (UK)

Whilst some brides dream of a princess gown, others want to avoid the look like the plague. If you are the latter and favour shorter dresses and more trend-led fashion, then this asymmetric layered scales David Fielden dress fits the bill. A-listers have fallen head over heels for one-shoulder frocks and this cute mini dress style with tulle underlay is ideal for a registry office ceremony.
Website: davidfielden

David Tutera for Mon Cheri

Leading celebrity wedding and entertaining expert David Tutera partnered with esteemed Mon Cheri designer Martin Thornburg to create the David Tutera for Mon Cheri wedding dress collection.
Website: DavidTuteraForMonCheri

Delphine Manivet (France)

The French designer Delphine Manivet is causing quite a stir with today’s young fashion conscious brides to-be. Delphine Manivet studied fashion design in Paris and worked for Rochas but very quickly realized that she wanted to open her own fashion house which she did in 2004. Since then her has become a famous name and brides around the world are able to enjoy wearing her whimsical and romantic “boho” style that is Delphine Manivet’s signature. Stores in France and abroad
Website: delphinemanivet

Demetrios Bride

Demetrios is an icon in the bridal fashion industry. His bridal gowns offer women the widest and most versatile styles, and are on the cutting edge of the fashion world. They have been showcased in all of the leading bridal pubications, including Martha Stewart Weddings, The Knot, Bridal Guide, The Bride magazine… Demetrios is internationally regarded as a fashion leader and bridal industry innovator.
Website: demetriosbride

Eden Bridals

Eden is a California-based bridal gown design and manufacturing company. Since founded in 1988, Eden Bridals has established a famous name in the wedding industry.
EDEN’s bridal gowns & bridesmaids have frequently made appearances in editorial coverage by national bridal magazines such as The Knot, Bridal Guide and Bride’s Magazine.
Website: edenbridals

Elizabeth Fillmore

Fishtail wedding dress styles have been a popular choice for some time now and this design by Elizabeth Fillmore is a beautiful example. The clean lines show off the bride’s figure superbly and the corsage detailing adds to the feminine air. The extra layer which gives a train effect gives the dress a more unusual edge.
Website: elizabethfillmorebridal

Elie Saab for Pronovias (Spain)

Born in 1964 in Lebanon, Elie Saab is a self-taught fashion talent. Elie Saab is one of the most prominent designers under The Pronovias Group umbrella.
Website: pronovias

Ellis Bridals (UK)

Established in 1912, Ellis Bridals is a family run business with its origins in London’s East End. Approaching its centenary year, today Ellis Bridals is still one of the UK’s most successful and best-loved bridalwear brands, renowned within the industry for their unsurpassed quality, designs and customer service.
Website: ellisbridals


Combining a superb fit with couture finishing, Essense of Australia brings an attention to detail that sets our wedding dresses apart from those of many other designer labels and makes your wedding truly memorable.
To view Essense of Australia’s sister collections, please visit:
Website: Stella York | Martina Liana | Sorella Vita

Essense of Australia

The Enzoani bridal established in 2006, and quickly rose to compete with the top in the industry by merging traditional and modern European styles into exquisitely hand crafted gowns.
Enzoani is a young, vibrant company that focuses on cutting edge design and has proven very quickly to have a full understanding of high fashion with rich detail.
Website: Enzoani

Eve of Milady Bridals

Award-winning bridal designer Eve Muscio creates all of her gowns using the finest fabrics from different parts of the world and is most widely known for her incomparable designs of embroideries and laces. Her gowns have a unique signature look that fit to perfection no matter what size.
Website: Eve of Milady

Galia Lahav (Israel)

“Made with love in Tel Aviv”
Galia Lahav is recognized in Israel and abroad with prestige and elegance thanks to her unique and luxurious designs of evening dresses and bridal gowns.
Galia Lahav is a world-renowned designer with over 30 years of establishment in haute couture dresses.
Three decades her fashion house has blossomed from what once was her local haute couture house in Tel Aviv, to spreading through locations world wide including stores in the USA and Canada, Italy, Australia, Germany, Russia and more…
Website: JLMcouture/Hayley Paige

Hayley Paige – JLM Couture

Hayley Paige, head designer of the Blush and Hayley Paige bridal collections. Her contributions can be found in highly sought-after bridal publications, as well as nation-wide bridal boutiques.
Hayley Paige’s designs are now found under the blanket company of JLM Couture, Inc.
Website: JLMcouture/Hayley Paige

Ian Stuart Bride (UK)

Ian creating collections which truly reflect his passion for innovative bridal design, without any restraints or compromise. His main objective is to provide brides-to-be with a luxurious and diverse selection of shapes, colours, and fabrics to reflect their own individual style.
Website: IanStuart-bride

Impression Bridal

Impression Bridal is an international company with over a thousand retailers all over the U.S. and Canada along with many distributors in the UK, Ireland and Europe, Mexico, Russia, Australia and New Zealand…
Website: Impression bridal

Inbal Dror (Israel)

Inbal Dror, the leading designer of Bridal Gowns and evening dresses in Israel is a graduate of The Shenkar Fashion Art Academy in Tel Aviv. After completing her studies in Israel, Inbal worked for several years in Milan where she worked side by side with masters of the trade.
Website: InbalDror

Ines Di Santo (Italy)

Born in Italy and educated all over Europe and South America, Ines Di Santo is recognized as a leading designer of evening and bridal couture.
Her love of glamour and high fashion inspires collections of sophisticated, vibrant femininity, marked by superb fit, originality and inimitable construction. A signature touch of unrestrained luxury reflects her Italian and Spanish heritage.
The Second Generation:VERONICA DI SANTO
Veronica Di Santo has been working with Ines Di Santo, her mother, since the age of five. Growing up in the atelier and coming to oversee all aspects of creating a gown – from inception to construction – Veronica has naturally developed her own stream of silhouettes, adding a contemporary freshness to her mother’s luxe classics.

Website: inesdisanto

Jenny Lee

With an extreme appreciation for color and texture, Jenny Lee is yet another fashionista who began her career by sewing original creations at age 6. Recognized for her precise pattern cutting, Lee herself, makes sure that each of her gowns are custom cut to a bride’s exact measurements. Additionally, they are always handcrafted from the same seamstress from start to finish.
Website: jennyleebridal

Jenny Packham (UK)


Designer Jenny Packham

Jenny Packham pushes the bounds of bridal into a whole new modern dimension. Her designs are fun, fresh, chic, cutting-edge, unexpected, and glamorous all at the same time. They make a bridal statement down the aisle.
Website: jennypackham

Jim Hjelm

designer-Jim-Hjelm-Francesca.jpgDesigner of Jim Hjelm Bridal and Occasions Collections and Blush by JLM.

Francesca combines innovative design, luxurious fabrics, and exquisite details to create bridal wear that is fashion-forward yet classically beautiful.

Born and raised in Laguna Niguel, California, Francesca attended Los Angeles’ esteemed Otis Art Institute/Parsons School of Design.

“Each dress has its own individual look and special details,” she says. “Every little thing is important, even the placement of embroidery or the way draping falls over a gown’s bodice. I try to offer a wide variety of different looks so I can give to brides and bridesmaids a range of strong choices. The most important thing to me is that women are happy and feel absolutely gorgeous in their gowns.”

Francesca’s fresh approach to bridal design enables her to translate au courant runway styles into stunningly beautiful wedding gowns.

J. Mendel

J. Mendel, a fifth-generation French atelier, has evolved into a global luxury fashion house under the auspices of creative director Gilles Mendel. He took the helm as designer and CEO in 1981, having apprenticed in his family’s Paris atelier under his father, Jacques.
Setting J. Mendel apart from other U.S. based brands, the company maintains two ateliers in the heart of New York City, where the fur, ready-to-wear, bridal and couture creations are produced.
Website: JMendel

Judd Waddell

Judd Waddell employed by some of the industry’s bests including Carolina Herrera, Jim Hjelm, and Galina Bouquet Inc., Judd’s design motto is straightforward. “Notice the bride first, the dress second.”
Website: juddwaddell

Justin Alexander

Justin Alexander debuted on the bridal fashion scene as T&G Bridal in 1949 in Brooklyn, New York. It was a time when femininity in women’s fashion was re-emerging from the masculine scarcities of the war-torn 1940s.
One of America’s and Europe’s most influential producers of wedding fashions, Justin Alexander designs are found across the globe because of their exceptional quality and superb style. The label includes Signature by Justin Alexander and Accessories. These collections capture the romantic dreams of brides everywhere who seek Old Hollywood glamour. If you love Grace Kelly, Audrey Hepburn or Jackie Kennedy, you’ll find Justin Alexander the right fit for your most important day.
Website: JustinAlexanderbridal

Justina McCaffrey

Justina McCaffrey is a Canadian wedding dress designer, artist and stylist of the Justina McCaffrey Haute Couture dresses. The use of Swarovski crystals, swirls of soft silks, draped bodices, and layers of ruffles reveal the elite gracefulness of her brides.
Website: justinamccaffrey


J.Crew debuted in 1983 with the mailing of its first catalog. 6 years later, they opened a flagship store at New York’s South Street Seaport. Today, the business includes retail and outlet stores nationwide and an ever-growing online and catalog business.
J.Crew rolled out their e-commerce site to over 100 countries in early 2012 and are also currently scouting overseas for brick-and-mortar locations.
Website: J.Crew Wedding Dresses

Kleinfeld Bridal

Kleinfeld Bridal carries the largest selection of bridal gowns from each of the top American and European bridal designers.
Kleinfeld carries the largest selection of designer exclusives, plus size wedding gowns, headpieces and accessories…
Website: justinamccaffrey

Kenneth Pool

Under the design direction of Amsale Aberra, Kenneth Pool’s signature style is sexy, chic, and unexpected, but also opulent. Simply stated, Kenneth Pool’s gowns exude glamour.
Website: kennethpool


Lazaro’s Fall 2011 Collection

Lazaro Perez, designer of the Lazaro and Tara Keely collections, is known for his impeccable fit and glamorous collections featuring exquisite beading and embroidery with dramatic silhouettes. With over twenty years of design experience, Lazaro is regarded as one of the industry’s premier bridal designers.
Known first and foremost for his signature hand beading and embroidery, Lazaro creates beautiful wedding gowns that are both structural and old-fashioned. His hallmark craftsmanship is evident in every perfectly fitted silhouette and hand stitch of his gowns. Lazaro’s collections are now found under the blanket company of JLM Couture, Inc.

La Sposa (Spain)

La Sposa is one of the most prominent designers under The Pronovias Group umbrella.
Website: lasposa

Lea-ann Belter

As a top student of fashion, nominated for numerous design awards, Lea–ann Belter trained with a couturier before opening her first boutique in Toronto’s exclusive Yorkville area (1989). Lea-Ann has since extended her reach and made her gowns available in specially-chosen stores across North America and Europe as well as in Lea-Ann’s flagship boutique located at Broadview and Dundas in Toronto. Her sophisticated designs and attention to quality and detail have drawn the most discerning brides and a high-profile clientele.

Website: Lea-annBelter

Lela Rose

Grew up in Dallas (Texas), Lela Rose is an famous American fashion designer. She attended the University of Colorado where she was a painting and sculpture major and graduated in 1991.
In Fall 2006, Lela Rose launched the Lela Rose Wedding collection. Not long after the launch, Lela Rose announced she was launching Lela Rose Bridesmaid, a partnership with the Dessy Group. Both collections can be found in over 200 bridal and bridesmaid stores nationwide as well as in Canada and in the United Kingdom.
As the Lela Rose brand continues to grow, one thing remains true – Lela Rose’s vision and passion to stay true to her aesthetic.
Website: lelarose

Madeline Gardner

Madeline Gardner is an internationally recognized Bridal Designer from New York and proudly puts her name to the beautiful Mori Lee collections.
Website: MadelineGardnerNewyork

Maggie Sottero (Australia)

(Design studios in Sydney, Australia, as well as Salt Lake City, Utah)
Designing, producing and delivering the highest quality products is integral to the MAGGIE SOTTERO image and company mission. An innovator in the industry, Maggie Sottero creates luxurious, off-the- runway looks catering to brides of all styles and preferences.
With Maggie Sottero, the bride experiences the renowned, signature Maggie fit, the highest quality fabrics, superior construction, hand sewn embellishments, Swarovski crystals and figure flattering stylization at affordable prices. Maggie Sottero makes dreams come true for every Maggie bride.
Website: maggiesottero

Manuel Mota (Pronovias) (Spain)

Manuel Moto is one of the most prominent designers under The Pronovias Group umbrella. Based in Barcelona, The Pronovias Group opened the first wedding apparel shops exclusively for brides in 1964. Manuel Moto’s recent work incorporates a variety of progressive necklines (keyhole and asymmetrical), as well as flowing chiffon flowers, empire waist sashes and unexpected uses of tulle.
Website: pronovias


British born Georgina and Keren met at Chelsea College of Art and Design in London. Georgina, a 2001 graduate of the Wimbledon School of Art, began her career as a costume designer. Keren graduated from Brighton Art College in 2000 and subsequently focused on print and embroidery design.
Georgina’s draping and design expertise paired with Keren’s textile creations resulted in a business partnership and the establishment of Marchesa in 2004. Elegant eveningwear, inspired by vintage and Asian influences, defines the Marchesa Collection
Based in New York, the Marchesa collection is presently available in Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman in the United States, Harrods in London, and specialty boutiques such as Holt Renfrew in Canada, Podium in Russia, Alothman in Kuwait, Boutique1 in Dubai, and Joyce and Lane Crawford in Hong Kong.
Website: marchesa

Melissa Sweet

(Priscilla of Boston Closed After Nearly 65 Years)
From the day she could sew, Melissa Sweet hand-stitched her own garments including precious white gowns for each year of her prom. Sweet’s wedding creations are known to be fun and flirty with small touches of whimsy. In 1996, Sweet opened her flagship store in Atlanta. In 2005, Sweet sold her company to Priscilla of Boston.

Michelle Roth

Australian-born, Michelle Roth, recognizes the need for a deep connection between a bride and her wedding dress; therefore her extensive repertoire of gowns offers a little something for every bride’from crystal shimmer to clean unadorned lines.
Website: michelleroth

Mira Zwillinger

Established in 1991, Mira Zwillinger’s approach is a celebration of elegance, timeless glamour and supreme craftsmanship. Feted in her home country in 2006, she was nominated Designer of the Year and, with a loyal following in the United States, Mira Zwillinger’s couture bridal wear is available the UK, the US and in Australia.
Website: MiraZwillinger

Monique Lhuillier

Monique Lhuillier is considered one of the pioneering fashion divas in terms of design, quality and brand image. Her wedding gown collections are always luxurious, romantic, progressive and smart’ideal for today’s astute brides. Like many of her colleagues, she has expanded into ready-to-wear, home goods, and fine paper products.
Website: moniquelhuillier

Mori Lee

For over 17 years, Madeline Gardner has been designing dresses for MoriLee. From her childhood days growing up in New Jersey, hemming and designing clothing has been a part of her life.
After graduating from The Fashion Institute of New York City, her goals of becoming a true designer took shape. Still a Jersey girl, she lives with her husband and two sons across the river from her SoHo studio.
Website: morilee

Naeem Khan

Naeem Khan is an American (Indian-born) fashion designer. As a child, he was mesmerized by the handwork produced in their workshops, and always knew he wanted to be part of their intensely visual medium. As a teenager, Khan moved to the United States and apprenticed for Halston, whre he absorbed the ethos of modern restraint, and the secrets of draping and cutting fabric to create a clean, elegant, timeless silhouette.
In 2003, he launched his eponymous collection, Naeem Khan, and began selling at Bergdort Goodman, Harrods, Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue. Since then the collection has grown to be sold at more than 100 specialty stores across the world. Khan’s runway shows are among the most anticipated events of New York fashion week.
Website: NaeemKhan

Nicole Miller

In 2005, Miller launched the nicole by Nicole Miller collection that is offered exclusively at jcpenney stores in the United States. Her goal is to create clothing for women with a young attitude. She draws inspiration from a wide range of influences including cinema, contemporary art and mid-20th century architecture.
Website: NicoleMiller/Bridal

Oscar de la Renta


Designer Oscar de la Renta

Oscar de la Renta, one of the most reputable names in haute couture, continually pushes the envelope in fashion year after year. No one can ignore his fabulously glam wedding gowns that are truly one-of-a-kind, and scene stopping with runway style. For the elite bride, Oscar de la Renta is the only choice.
Website: oscardelarenta

Oleg Cassini

“I have dressed the most significant women of the 20th and 21st Centuries says Cassini, but designing a wedding dress is perhaps the most special task. In designing a wedding gown, you intervene in a moment, the most important moment, in the life of a young lady”
Oleg Cassini (1913-2006)
Website: OlegCassini

Paloma Blanca

As leaders in the industry since 1937, Paloma Blanca offers a collection of beautiful gowns that air on the more affordable side. They also enjoy success with their DIVA line catering to plus sized brides.
Website: palomablanca

Peter Langner (Italy)

Peter Langner with an intense love for art and art history, German-born, appreciates color, form, and texture in all types of design, including his original gown creations in bridal. He pays close attention to how his dresses establish structure and sculpt a woman’s body.
Website: peterlangner

Priscilla of Boston

(Priscilla of Boston Closed After Nearly 65 Years)

With a repertoire of superb designers under the Priscilla of Boston umbrella including Melissa Sweet, this 65 year-old company was founded under the principal of making each customer feel like they are the only customer. Priscilla of Boston offers brides an exceptional shopping experience, endless gown styles and possibilities, and a tradition of excellence deeply-rooted in their longstanding knowledge of the bridal business.
Website: priscillaofboston

Pronovias (Spain)

Website: pronovias

Reem Acra

Reem Acra is known for her signature use of embroidery and delicate beadwork of tiny Swarovski crystals and seed pearls. Reem Acra’s ability to infuse intricate needlework sewn under rich silk and satin fabrics has catapulted her to the top of the luxury bridal industry.
Website: reemacra


Rivini designer Rita Vinieris offers a line of elegant wedding dresses and bridal gowns featuring fluid silhouettes and meticulous attention to detail. Using a variety of couture techniques and styles, Rivini strives to offer the modern bride a collection that is alluring in its design, chic in its perfection, the essence of simple luxury.
Website: rivini

Romona Keveza

Romona Keveza wedding gowns evoke a great hand-sewn sophistication and dreamlike quality unlike any other. Look for Keveza’s use of chiffon voulant, organza appliqués, and ruffles in her upcoming collections.
Website: romonakeveza

Rosa Clará (Spain)

Rosa Clará is modern, feminine resounding beauty. As the preeminent couture bridal design house in Spain, Rosa Clará provides brides with a very romantic and seductive silhouette.

Sophia Tolli (Australia)

The Sophia Tolli bridal collection provides an array of gorgeous, show-stopping bridal gowns. Her wedding dresses has two distinct feelings: soft classic romanticism and traditional bridal drama. Sophia Tolli’s signature style will always be gowns with an exceptional fit and cut.
Website: SophiaTolli

Sincerity (UK)

Since founded in 1997, Sincerity Bridal has received countless designer awards from the bridal industry.
The Sincerity collection is inspired by modern romance with touches of color. Rich draping in a wide array of dreamy fabrics accented with distinct details make Sincerity so unique.
Website: SincerityBridal

St. Patrick (Spain)

San Patrick is a major brand line of Pronovias Fashion Group, owning many famous brands, created in collaboration with famous designers.
Today San Patrick is an international leader in bridal fashion. The company currently has more than 3,800 sales points in 75 countries.
Website: SanPatrick

Tara Keely

Tara Keely brings a young, fresh approach to bridal with some of the hottest trendy dresses in the industry today. Tara Keely’s designs always don a little twist of the unexpected.
Lazaro Perez, designer of the Lazaro and Tara Keely collections, is known for his impeccable fit and glamorous collections featuring exquisite beading and embroidery with dramatic silhouettes. With over twenty years of design experience, Lazaro is regarded as one of the industry’s premier bridal designers.


Temperley London (UK)

Temperley London was launched in 2000 with its namesake creative director Alice Temperley, MBE heading up the independent British luxury brand. Temperley creates clothes that memories are made in, with a design signature that has made her one of the most distinctive voices in contemporary British fashion.
The world of Temperley houses 3 lines: Temperley London, ALICE by Temperley and Temperley Bridal.
Website: temperleylondon


Don O’Neill, known for his elegant and sophisticated eveningwear, bridal gown, was born in a small village in the west of Ireland. From an early age, his mother and her clothing inspired him with her elegant Bergdorf Goodman dresses and Ib Jorgensen couture suits. Throughout Don’s formative years, this inspiration fueled his dreams of becoming a fashion designer.
Website: theiacouture

Valentino (Spain)

Valentino, the legendary fashion icon never seems to disappoint. Whether it’s for his fabulous high-end accessories, haute couture clothing, or glamorous bridal, each Valentino collection marries refined classic elegance with groundbreaking originality that is synonymous with his name.

Vera Wang


Designer Vera Wang

The queen of bridal fashion, Vera Wang is the ultimate in beautiful bridalwear design. If you’ve been saving for your wedding since the beginning of time, then a Wang dress might just be within your reach. If so, this stunning silk chiffon gown with frill strap detailing has that innocent, ethereal feel which is perfect for a relaxed, country-style wedding.

Website: verawang

Watters Brides

Watters has been designing wedding dresses for 27 years now, and they are still inspired by runway trends from New York, London, Paris and Milan and attentive to changing bridal trends and style influences.
The Watters bridal line also continued to evolve in sophisticated ways. Their beaded, embroi­de­red corsets, voluminous ball gown skirts, flattering silhouettes and lace wedding gowns live up to every bride’s wedding dreams.
Website: watters

Yumi Katsura (Japan)

Starting in 1964, Yumi Katsura launched dresses in a wide range of materials, developing many silk and lace fabrics into leading choices for Japanese bridal fashion.
Today,Yumi Katsura has one directly-managed shop in Paris and a showroom in New York. There are 3 directly-managed shops and 75 franchisees in total at present in Japan. Various brand licensees are 34 in total in Japan.
Website: yumikatsura


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