The Ball Gown is the perfect wedding dress to achieve a princess look on your wedding day.
If you ever played princess dress up as a little girl, the Ball Gown wedding dress doesn’t need an explanation. But for those of you who haven’t, this dress has a very fitted bodice and full floor-length skirt typically made with tulle or structured silk fabric, like organza or taffeta. The fitted bodice is commonly created with lace or satin, making for an overall dramatic effect. The bell-shape silhouette is extremely flattering for any body type and very forgiving! A dress like this will make you feel like you’re in a fairytale, floating down the aisle.
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1. A classic forever!
A classic soft white tulle Ball Gown with sheer long sleeves. A beautiful 3D lace was added for a pop of custom detail.
2. Simple elegance is key!
This standard sweetheart neckline will never go out of style! Paired with a Ball Gown skirt ties the entire look together.
3. Classic with a touch of personality!
A classic Ball Gown skirt with a deeper V neckline is a combination that is to die for!
4. Cap Sleeves
Looking for a Ball Gown but still want to stay cool at your beach wedding? Add in cap sleeves to stay cool AND looking like a princess!
5. It’s all about the accessories
Add in a beautiful beaded belt to tie the whole look together!
6. Add in a small detail to steal the show
Take a classic Ball Gown and add in a custom detail such as a collar to create a one of a kind gown.
7. Combine two elements into one beautiful dress
Combine a classic structured satin skirt with a detailed lace bodice for an absolute beauty!
8. Volume and texture for a show stopper!
Looking for more volume? Tiers are a great way to add a little bit more volume along with some texture to the skirt!
9. Add in some sparkle tulle for more dimension
Add in some shimmer tulle for an added sparkle!
10. Off the shoulder sleeves for added detail
Add in off the shoulder sleeves to create a classic princess look!
What body type are best for Ball Gown wedding dresses?
Ball Gown dresses are best for mid-height or taller brides who have a bit of a bust. Definitely for the traditional bride who is planning a fairytale wedding.
What body types should generally avoid Ball Gown wedding dresses?
Keep in mind the skirt of the Ball Gown dress is extremely voluminous to keep the shape, so it can be extra heavy. Petite ladies should avoid the Ball Gown silhouette, as the skirt can overwhelm you and make you look a bit shorter.
What necklines can be paired with a Ball Gown wedding dress?
With Anomalie, you can match a Ball Gown skirt with a sweetheart neckline, plunging neckline, straight neckline, v-neck neckline, scoop neckline, boatneck neckline, or halter neckline. You can add sleeves to your Ball Gown wedding dress for a winter wedding or go strapless for a beach wedding.