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I’ve started getting a LOT of DMs on Instagram, asking me, “Where do I find beautiful plus size wedding dresses?”
And, honey, if you’re looking to invest in a beautiful and unique plus size wedding dress – I have RECS.
I’ve shared my faves below! Drop me a line if there’s a brand I should add.
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Founded by Hannah Nodscov in 2012, Hannah Caroline Couture is THE place to go for brides who want something a little different. Hannah has a line of custom gowns (including a black plus size wedding gown!!), and she also does custom work.
If you’re looking for plus size lace, grecian or column-style gowns – Kiyonna is IT! Kiyonna also has styles appropriate for more conservative or modest brides, with sleeves that are part of the garment – not slapped on afterwards!
I think the dress below would be PERFECT for a beach wedding.
Are you looking for a unique plus size blush pink wedding dress? They’re difficult to find, but Anna Skoblikova sells this beautiful gown on etsy.
Also from Anna Skoblikova is this lovely gray wedding dress!
eShakti makes dresses up to a size 36 (up to a 66″ bust), but it’s hard to see what they look like on plus models – because their models are thin (cough feedback cough). That said, if you’re looking to spend $100 on a wedding dress, eShakti has some incredible options!
I love this tea-length dress.
5. City Chic
If you’re looking for a plus size gown with black lace, City Chic USA has just the thing. This dress is printed satin with tulle overlay, with the nude under layer catching the light beautifully.
Y’all, is there ANYTHING ModCloth can’t do? They have both vintage-inspired, boho and super mod plus size wedding dresses, in almost every length! I love the high neckline on this wedding dress, with the floral applique.
Looking for a bold corseted dress in jewel tones to get married in? KMK Designs, based in Minneapolis, MN, has you covered! This beautiful plum plus size gown will make a STATEMENT. (And yes, the corset is a true corset – boning and all!)
If you’re into plus size ball gowns or a mermaid wedding dress, Azazie is your new BFF. Many of their dresses have a deeper V, with the needed straps to support brides with bigger busts. The detailing on Azazie gowns is exquisite, and these unique wedding dresses really stand out.
Azazie is also the MOST inclusive line (without customization) that I’ve found, going up to a size 30 or 63″ bust!
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Looking for a 1920’s or plus size flapper dress? Unique Vintage has the perfect wedding dress for you! Great for a bride who loves Art Deco and champagne! If you do decide to go with a 1920’s theme for your wedding, be sure to hire a hair and MUA who now how to finger curls and doe eyed looks happen! This is a specialty skill.
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Another flapper and Downton Abbey inspired line is Gatsby Lady on etsy. This plus size green dress is hand embellished with glass beads and is made wih stretch lining so you can dance the night away. A variety of colors availabe, his line goes up to a US 24.
This vintage 1940’s inspired plus size gown is perfect for an plus size bride who loves to rock a va va voom look! I love that the mermaid tail starts at the knee, which makes it easier to walk in.
dThis dress is also available in gold or green and is sewn with your specific measurements.
JIBRI is one of my fave plus indie designers, and they have some AMAZE plus size wedding jumpsuits and dresses. I am such a fan of JIBRI’s signature draping, and this wedding dress has POCKETS. These pieces are made in Atlanta, Georgia.
13. Classic Wedding Gown with Accent Color
Sometimes a bride wants to be unique, but is still after that classic bridal silhouette!
I found this gown on Amazon (for around $150 USD), that has **17** different accent colors to choose from!
- White & Navy
- White & Coral
- White & Light Purple
- White & Rose
- White & Teal
- White & Burgundy
- White & Grape Purple
- White & Aqua Blue
- White & Orange
- White & Blue
- White & Blush
- White & Grey
- White & Black
- White & Kelly Green
- White & Lilac Purple
- White & Red
- White & Royal Blue
This dress is available in up to a size 26, which for this brand is a 48 inch waist.
Shop this dress here!
Atlanta-based designer, Ashontay Hubbard, creates beautiful form hugging dresses. Brides view CO as a one-stop shop, ordering custom gowns for bridesmaids, mother-of-the-bride/groom and, of course, a wedding dress!
Helloooo, lace! This green plus size floral wedding gown from Tonena is STUNNING. Also available in gray, white and black, this gown is perfect for an outdoor or nature-themed wedding ceremony.
Also from Tonena is this lovely lace gown with embroidery:
Nerecina is based in Los Angeles, CA, founded by Jenine Nerecina. The line offers unique and beautiful plus size wedding dresses, ethically made, that can be customized (or totally custom made). This is the Boheme Dress.
I love supporting US designers, especially when they offer custom sizing! This gown from Romantic Threads is STUNNING, giving me a stylized medieval or Renaissance fairytale vibe!
18. Martin Thornburg
Martin Thornburg offers a fresh and modern take to classic “fairytale” princess dresses. The brand can be found in retail stores across the USA, and you can use their store locator to find one close to you.
If you can’t decide between fit and flare and a full skirt? Martin Thornburg has this eye catching svelte dress – and the outer skirt is removable.
More Helpful Plus Size Wedding Roundups!
- Where to Buy Plus Size Mother of the Bride Gowns
- Plus Size Bridesmaids Gowns
- 13+ Photographers Who Love Plus Size Brides
- Black Wedding Gown Lookbook (featuring me as the model!)
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