Tulle Wedding Dress

Tulle is a sheer material with an open weave that gives a netted appearance and light feel. But banish all thoughts of ballerina tutus and ‘poofy’ skirts from your mind; modern wedding dress designers have revived and redesigned tulle dresses for the modern bride, meaning this traditional, versatile material is no longer epitomised by hefty ball gowns.

Brides opting for this slimming full-length Enzoani sheath gown will give off gorgeous Grecian goddess vibes thanks to a skirt made with pleated tulle to allow for graceful, fluid movement and proving that some tulle can rival chiffon in the lightness stakes.

Tulle’s feminine, floaty, ethereal nature means it also features heavily on wedding dresses that couldn’t be more perfect for boho, beach and country garden weddings. Floral lace motifs cascade over this breezy Maggie Sottero ‘Viola’ tulle ball gown wedding dress, meaning you’ll feel like a true English rose as you glide down your bunting-lined aisle in the sunshine.

Tulle has been a big recent trend in wedding separates too, enabling brides to pair simple, sheer layered tulle skirts with anything from a heavily embellished bodice to a cashmere cardigan in winter. Martina Liana’s romantic French tulle ‘Sawyer’ skirt is a sweet departure from traditional bridal wear in a slim A-line silhouette and we love it in this dusky blush shade.

For something a little more dramatic, brides looking for a mermaid dress will find that styles incorporating tulle skirts add drama and volume, such as the frothy tulle skirt on Wtoo Brides - Watters’ fairytale-worthy ‘Carrigan’ mermaid wedding gown.

The Wedding Style Collective website has over 2,500 tulle wedding dresses available to browse to help you find the perfect style to suit you.

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Crepe wedding dresses are made from a soft silk or lightweight rayon material that clings to the body to enhance your curves.


This strong, lustrous natural protein fibre is produced by silkworms and is a bridal luxury that can come with a price tag to match.


Shantung is a plain weave raw silk fabric, popular in wedding dresses, that was historically first manufactured in the Shandong province of China from which the source raw silk originates.

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