We get it. “Gatsby wedding gowns” and “lightweight wedding dresses” might seem contradictory, but stick with us here. Vintage-inspired beading and delicate clusters of pearls don’t have to weigh you down on your big day. Take a look at some of our favorite relaxed-fit Gatsby gowns featuring Art-Deco-inspired elements and striking lace motifs, which are perfect for a June wedding filled with stars and champagne!
Art Deco Wedding Dress Elaine by Maggie Sottero
Featuring Art Deco beaded embroidery and an illusion bodice with unique lines, Elaine pairs best with champagne and chandeliers. This Gatsby-inspired sheath lace wedding dress is perfect for your 20’s-themed merriment.
Gatsby Wedding Gown Ettia by Maggie Sottero
We’re here to help you live out your Gatsby dreams in this satin sheath wedding dress Ettia inspired by champagne towers and moonlit gardens. Featuring several of our favorite things: 1920‘s style beading with Swarovski crystals and pearls and delicate cap-sleeves, this lightweight wedding dress is perfect for your outdoor celebration.
Sparkly Ball Gown Wedding Dress Zandrina by Maggie Sottero
Is it possible to bead a ballet? Stitch a symphony? With unique Zandrina, we believe in extraordinary feats. This sparkly ball gown wedding dress features Gatsby-inspired beaded sleeves, a lightweight tulle skirt, and a detailed horsehair hem finish. What more could we ask for?
Lightweight Gatsby Gown Grady by Sottero and Midgley
We’re getting Silver Screen vibes and Gatsby gown magic with this beaded lightweight wedding dress embroidered with shimmering ribbons of pearls over the scoop back. What makes Grady unique is its Art Deco bodice with geometric lace motifs and its Inessa Jersey lining for a lightweight fit.
1920’s Gown with a Modern Twist Demi by Maggie Sottero
There is grace and elegance in this nature-inspired sheath wedding dress. If you want an unconventional Gatsby-inspired wedding gown, this is the dress for you. With floral pattern glitter tulle and a plunging illusion V-neck, Demi is a modern twist on a 1920’s style.
Geometric Beaded Ball Gown Bardot by Sottero and Midgley
This featherweight ball gown wedding dress still packs all the punch of heavy beading while featuring a bodice with swirls of embellishments and geometrical Swarovski crystals. Bardot definitely evokes old Hollywood glamour, and we like to think it is for the brides who didn’t think they’d fall for (but are delightfully surprised by) the princess aesthetic.