Destination Wedding Ideas: Winery

There is absolutely nothing like a winery wedding. Between the gorgeous scenery and the ambiance a winery makes for the perfect wedding venue. Brides usually look for elements of their venue in a dress. For example, if you’re getting married in the mountains you might look for a more bohemian style gown to appeal to the natural setting. If you were getting married in Palm Springs you might do something a little more vintage. What’s great about a winery is that gorgeous scenery is paired with sophistication which doesn’t really restrict what is appropriate. You could do glamourous and dramatic, bohemian, classic and simple, or even romantic. The possibilities are truly endless. To help you with you dress search, we have compiled a list of some dresses we think would be great choices for a winery wedding based on your style. 

If you want glamour and drama: 

We love this Ysa Makino dress. This fit and flare features beautiful beading and venice lace on top and a silk organza skirt with Chantilly lace. It’s so unique and different while maintaining the same amount of elegance something more traditional would. 

If you want bohemian: 

This Alvina Valenta dress is so fun. Silk georgette fabric with beading around the neckline make this dress appear clean and feminine. The draped off the shoulder sleeves and slit on the side give this dress just enough of a bohemian feel to be perfect for a winery.  

If you want romance:

Blush by Hayley Paige has this beautiful gown as a part of her spring 2016 line. The layered, full skirt creates the look off a ball gown while also being light enough to flow the way a smaller gown would. The lace bodice is simply beautiful and the thin straps that cross the back are that little bit of sexy. 

If you want simple: 

Suzanne Neville creates some amazing simple and elegant gowns. This particular one is absolutely stunning the scalloped lace neckline is breathtaking and the simple skirt with the side ruffles compliments the top so well. This dress would be great for a winery!