Spaghetti-straps Wedding Dress

Spaghetti straps on wedding dresses are delicately thin, showing off the décolletage and omitting the desire to keep tugging your dress up throughout the day. Plus they’re predicted to be one of the big wedding dress trends of the year.

Spaghetti straps strike the ideal balance between strapless gowns, which some brides find make them feel too bare, and those with wider straps or sleeves to add that little extra confidence in your dress’ ability to stay up.

Spaghetti straps run the gamut of wedding dress silhouettes, so you’re bound to find a style with these delicate straps to suit your requirements.

Beaded spaghetti straps complete the illusion plunging sweetheart neckline on this incredible Maggie Sottero ‘Dana’ princess wedding dress, providing support as you glide down the aisle with the Elodie Mikado ballgown skirt billowing behind you.

At the other end of the spectrum, this slinky Kenneth Winston mermaid gown features barely-there spaghetti straps to add understated support without detracting from the rest of the detail of the dress.

It is also possible to incorporate spaghetti straps as a main decorative wedding dress feature, which Kenneth Winston has achieved in delicate lace on the shoulders of this slimming sheath gown.

Browse by other necklines to find the right dress for you


One-shoulder wedding dresses feature a diagonal neckline that can be flattering on brides with broader shoulders and a bigger bust.


A bateau neckline, from the French for ‘boat’ and therefore also known as ‘boat neck’, is a wide neckline that runs horizontally on the front and back of a dress across the collarbone to the shoulders.


Halter, or halterneck, refers to the neckline of a wedding dress comprising a strap that wraps around the back of the neck to add support and showcase your shoulders and back.

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