Our Most Romantic Wedding Dresses

Florals, dreamy lace, and floaty skirts – the romantic wedding gown style is entirely on trend for 2020. In honor of Valentine’s Day, we have rounded up our top five picks for the Most Romantic Wedding Gowns for this season!

Valentine’s Day is the most romantic time of the year, and the perfect time to shop for your dream wedding dress! If you think you might be falling in love with any of these styles, click here to set up your own bridal appointment with your private bridal suite, personal master stylist, and the AGB experience. We can’t wait to meet you!


With an ethereal tulle skirt, a dainty lace bodice, and the sweetest ribbon tie, Luxor by Emily Hart is pure romance. This sweet a-line is classically romantic, and perfect for personalization. Add a floral hairpiece or some feminine earrings and you will be a bridal vision.



Is there anything more romantic than florals? This fit-and-flare gown by Maggie Sottero shows off allover floral lace, and her unlined top makes her truly delicate. If the gorgeous detailing wasn’t enough, Greenley is jersey-lined, so she’ll truly make you feel like you’re floating on air.



Float through the best day of your life with this flirty sweetheart gown by Lillian West! The illusion bodice consists of dreamy cotton lace that trickles  down the skirt. Fabric buttons at the back complete this oh-so romantic look! This gown is also available in a lined version.



You will be a true bridal vision wearing this tulle ball gown by Justin Alexander adorned in floral Venice lace appliques from head to toe. Button and loop closures line the back, and a horsehair edge ensures the skirt falls and ruffles perfectly. This gown might just be the most photogenic dress out there!



A romantic A-line wedding dress made for enchanted forests and rustic meadows? Sign us up pronto. Greta by Rebecca Ingram has detachable tulle bows that complement the light-as-air tulle skirt. Talk about dreamy!


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Fernanda by Maggie Sottero