Have you ever considered wearing a bridal jumpsuit on your big day? These bridal jumpsuits are the perfect wedding dress alternative for the modern bride who’s looking to swerve the traditional look.
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Bridal Jumpsuits for the Alternative Bride
Wedding Jumpsuit by Maggie Sottero
This all-over lace bridal jumpsuit is perfect for a winter wedding. The cap-sleeves, V-neckline, tulle train and flared trousers give the design a lot of personality.
Complete your look with pair of brightly-coloured heels and your favourite wedding hair accessory.
Wedding Jumpsuit by Wilderly Bride
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If you’re considering a dress for your daytime look and a jumpsuit in the evening, pair this top with an A-line skirt for your ceremony and reception before swapping it for these chic crepe trousers for your party.
Bridal Jumpsuit by Eliza Jane Howell
Prestigious bridal brand Eliza Jane Howell is renowned for their intricate designs. Innsbruck, a hand-beaded bridal jumpsuit, is an eye-catching piece that makes fabulous alternative to a wedding dress.
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Bridal Jumpsuit by Blush by Hayley Paige
For the bride opting for an outfit change, try a more traditional and elegant wedding dress for your ceremony before changing into this bridal jumpsuit for your reception.
Ines Di Santo's Wedding Jumpsuit
Lake by Ines Di Santo is ideal for the super alternative bride. Buck tradition with this grey and silver bridal jumpsuit with a stunning embellished Queen Anne plunging neckline and dramatic long train.
If you’d rather your bridesmaids wore grey, you’ll love these grey bridesmaid dresses.
Ibiza by Ronald Joyce
Ronald Joyce’s Ibiza bridal jumpsuit is white with ivory embellishments. This stylish design is suitable for weddings all year round and the flattering fit means it suits brides of all shapes and sizes.
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Alan Hannah's Bridal Jumpsuit
The combination of the halterneck, cropped leg and tulle overlay details make Eden by Alan Hannah a truly unique bridal jumpsuit.
If you love this neckline, browse Wedding Style Collective’s halterneck wedding dresses here, or see our edit of the best halterneck wedding dresses.
There are few designs similar to Eden, so if you’re a contemporary bride looking to stand out from the crowd, this is the wedding jumpsuit for you.
Mila Jumpsuit by Andrea Hawkes
This contemporary bridal jumpsuit by Andrea Hawkes is perfect for the modern bride. The light material it’s made from makes it ideal for summer weddings, whilst the sleeves offer a bit of protection that’s necessary in those unpredictable British summer months.
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Bridal Jumpsuit by Galia Lahav
If it’s a head-turner you’re after, then Gala 811 by Galia Lahav is the bridal jumpsuit for you.
The plunging neckline and satin train with oversized bow detail makes this the perfect wedding jumpsuit for the glamorous bride who wants to make a lasting impression on her guests.
The fact this jumpsuit is gold just adds to the glam. If you’re an advocate of this trend, make sure you check out our favourite gold wedding dresses.
Nancy by Savannah Miller
The pieces in Savannah Miller’s most recent collection were designed with the bohemian bride in mind. The simple, classic silhouette comes to life with the exquisite use of fabrics and clean lines.
Boho brides love these feathered wedding dresses.
Bridal Jumpsuit by Jenny Packham
Nadia from Jenny Packham’s 2019 collection is a sophisticated, halterneck ivory wedding jumpsuit. The wide-leg flatters brides of every body shape, whilst the embellished belt adds that much-desired elegance to the outfit.
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Sanyukta Shrestha’s Jumpsuit
Sanyukta Shrestha’s luxury jumpsuit is made of the finest materials and with the greatest attention to detail. This sustainable and ethical bridal company appeals to fashion-forward eco-brides who are having responsible weddings.
Victoria Jane’s Bridal Jumpsuit
Victoria Jane’s design 18161 is a long sleeved, crepe, tulle and jersey trouser suit embellished with lace motifs and a keyhole back. The detachable waist train is a unique touch and the perfect opportunity for your day-to-night transformation.
Wedding Jumpsuit by Charlie Brear
The luxurious, London-based Charlie Brear has been leading the bridal jumpsuit trend for the past five years.
Carson is an ultra-stylish, wide-leg wedding jumpsuit that can be worn alone or with a removable overskirt. Made from a beautiful, washed satin, this is a really on-trend wedding outfit.
If you’re loving the satin trend, browse Wedding Style Collective’s satin wedding dresses for more inspiration.
Catherine Parry’s THEA
This slimming jumpsuit by Catherine Parry was designed with the unconventional bride in mind. Catherine Parry is known for their use of some of the most luxurious fabrics and beautiful detailing that’s always applied by hand.
Now you know the designs you love, make sure you’re familiar with these things every bride needs to know before wedding dress shopping.