Cowgirl wedding dress fashion has completely taken a life of its own in the last couple of years. It’s all about adding your own personal, rustic flair to a traditional white dress!
Tabitha, in both pictures above, absolutely floored me when I saw her bridal photos! She chose to pair the sassiest of fit and flare dresses with some softer details and wide open spaces to create a stunning overall look.
The large turquoise squash blossom, from West and Company Jewelry, really brings more of the sass from the full skirt up to the top of the dress and perfectly finishes off the cowgirl bridal look.
Gorgeous! This bride stuns in a softer dress with some carefully chosen jewelry. The ruffle details on the bottom of the gown, and the pops of turquoise, complement one another in the most beautiful way.
I found this fun photo on Pinterest and just couldn’t pass it up! While you might not wear the denim shirt and belt during your ceremony, it’s definitely a fun way to add style to your photos, or liven up your look during the reception!
I might be hooked on denim, but another part of this ensemble is what ultimately caught my eye; I couldn’t pass up the skirt! Something about the ruching just adds so much flair and drama!
Boots are a girl’s best friend, right? Especially on her wedding day! Brides have been wearing cowboy boots on their big day for quite some time now. I’m loving how so many ladies are stepping out and choosing to take their photos with more rustic surroundings.
I couldn’t help but include Danielle! I featured her entire wedding a few weeks ago, but let’s focus on the beautiful mastermind for a minute. I absolutely love the antique look of this dress. It has such a wonderful simplicity on its own, but paired with her bouquet of succulents, custom leather heels and matching bouquet wrap…it just blows me away.