Willowby

Willowby have been designing wedding dresses for 30 years now, and we’re still inspired by runway trends from New York, Paris, London and Milan and attentive to changing bridal trends and style influences. A beach wedding dress was one trend in particular we noticed more women were asking for. With that in mind, Vatana Watters and the Watters design

  • Trellis Lace gracefully surrounds the bodice of Mandara's A-line style gown. Dance the night away in this layered Dot Netting and Tulle skirt.
  • Oversized Dalia-inspired floral motifs cover Galatea's exquisite A-line silhouette. Two rows of Velvet Ribbon wrap around the bodice to secure the waist with a delicate bow in the back.
  • A lush gown of illusion tulle laid over with Wildfell Lace is just the thing for the slightly bolder bride.
  • Accented with bouquets of wildflower lace, this sweep-trained style of tulle and netting is what the untamed bride has been searching for.
  • Corella's artistic V-neck is donned in complex Penta Embroidery while the back is lined with covered buttons that fade into the fit-and-flare silhouette.
  • A strappy, slip-style dress with oversized Pasteur lace and illusion tulle finished with a flourish of a chapel train.
  • Willowby-Harper Willowby-Harper
    Luscious lace and organza with a sleek strappy back, this gown is deceptively simple in form, yet seriously beautiful.
  • A structured bustier bodice softened by a full skirt; airy layers of netting and tulle grounded by traditional lace appliques.
  • Bustier bodice and smooth out your hourglass shape with silky stretch lining. A dusting of shimmering sequins on lace.
  • V-neck frothy ball gown features custom shooting star embroidery in either silver or gold with seed beads and clear sequins dusted on top.
  • Delicately placed floral embroidery covers Saros's ethereal long-sleeves and A-line figure. The contrasting lining brings the gown's graceful flowered pattern to life.
  • Aliya Willowby Aliya Willowby

    Fleur lace delicately cut and placed.

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