These 10 historically-inspired wedding dresses will leave your guests inspired

Do you know that the overskirt dress with a detachable bustle is actually inspired by Victorian-era fashion?

Do you know that the overskirt dress with a detachable bustle is actually inspired by Victorian-era fashion?

History is not the only thing that keeps repeating. Fashion does too. There has been a lot of major comeback of the old trends in the way we dress up, including our wedding styles as well. Pin-up from the 50’s, boho from the 70’s and glitter from the post-WWI era in wedding dresses are some of the old-fashioned-turned-new trends these days. Believe it or not, most of our wedding dress styles are influenced by historical fashion, even from ancient times!

Ready to get inspired? Feast your eyes on these dresses of different eras and you will love all them!

1. Celtic Iron Age

Make your fantasy come true and be a gorgeous Celtic-styled queen or beautiful elf princess on your wedding day. You can now say “I do” to your Elven prince.

2. Archaic Greece Era

Want to be Aphrodite on your wedding day? Try Grecian dresses!

3. Medieval-Era

Fancy the Cersei Lannister styles in Game of Thrones? Now you can be a beautiful Middle Age bride too with long sleeves and caped dress.

4. Regency-Era

This romantic, vintage high-waisted wedding dress will surely make your Mr. Darcy’s jaw drop.

5. Victorian-Era

Want something different? Something unique and a little bit eccentric? Try Victorian style!

6. Edwardian-Era

Forget the sad-ending Titanic story. Now put on your pretty Edwardian wedding dress and go to your unsinkable ship. Your soulmate Jack Dawson is waiting!

7. Jazz Age of the 20’s

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Want to go back to the Great Gatsby era? Let’s get glam and fabulous with glittery flapper dress and shiny headpieces.

8. Golden Age of Hollywood

Ladies! Now get your hair curled and put a shade of dark red on your lips. It’s time to kill that Marilyn Monroe look!

9. Hippy Style of the 70’s

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Relying on mood boards full of vintage wedding photographs, this gypsy soul elopement shoot came together with SO many magical details—this dreamy ceremony set up is just the beginning! See it all #onGWS! {link in bio}?? photog: @aseaoflove | venue: @summerfieldtatefarms | design + planning: @bashcoevents | florals: @venusandcoflowers | dress: @ruedeseinebridal | boutique: @aandbe_bridalshop | rings: @shapirodiamonds | hmu: @nataliaissa | groom's attire + shoes: @zara | video: @peytonfrank | paper goods + calligraphy: @allikdesign | handmade details: @bashcoevents | catering: @spiritsbysedona | cake: @whiskuntilsweet | rentals: @huntandgather_rentals, @prostprovisions | models: @dragonflyagency

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Love nature and a rustic style? Let’s get a bohemian wedding dress and be a super chic bride on your wedding day.

10. The Classic 80’s

You can’t go wrong with the classic, leg-of-mutton-sleeved dress with long train. Who wouldn’t want to feel like Princess Diana on her wedding?