Ballet is one of the most romantic and timeless dance forms, and right now, it’s taking center stage in the bridal fashion world. At New York Bridal Fashion Week, we saw dozens of ballerina wedding dresses that mimicked the gracefulness and structure of ballet costumes and other forms of dance. From pleated tutu-like styles to flowy silk crepe skirts, and even corset bodices, these works of art are perfect for brides who love the beauty of ballet. Even if you've never worn a pair of pointe shoes in your life, these ballet wedding dresses will have you feeling like a prima ballerina (if only for a day!).
Step into the spotlight with these ballerina wedding dresses.
Dress: Angel Sanchez
A tutu-esque peplum was the perfect finishing touch on this elegant crepe dress from Angel Sanchez's latest collection. We especially love the ribbon detail, as well.
Dress: Rime Arodaky
The pleated tulle on this mini dress is perfect for twirling. It's also a great pick for brides hoping to switch up their look from ceremony to reception.
Dress: Laure de Sagazan
Speaking of twirling, this crepe, tea-length number by Laure de Sagazan totally gives off ballerina vibes.
Featuring a leotard-inspired bodice and a revealing side slit skirt, this dance-inspired look is made for brides who want to show off their bod.
Casablanca's oh-so romantic princess-inspired ball gown feels like it stepped out of a live performance. Accessorized with a crystal bodice and an airy layered tulle skirt, we think this ballerina-inspired wedding dress is a fabulous choice for classic brides.
With an ivory organza accordion skirt, brides can flutter down the aisle in this musically-inspired wedding dress.
In lieu of tulle, upgrade your ballerina-inspired wedding-day-look by opting or a feathered skirt instead!
Dress: Rime Arodaky
We think this high-low pleated tulle ballerina wedding dress by Rime Arodaky will make any ballet-obsessed bride-to-be swoon.
Dress: Sareh Nouri
Hello, legs! Show off your toned gams with a fun and flirty short wedding dress. The tulle and lace skirt is totally ballerina-meets-bridal.
Dress: Chosen by One Day
A two-piece ensemble, like this bandeau top and ball gown skirt, is a stylish and chic option for the modern ballerina bride. Keep your accessories minimal to achieve a clean, effortless look.
Dress: Gracy Accad
A floaty ankle-length organza skirt screams ballerina style (and is begging for endless dress twirls). Pair the simple scoop neckline with a high bun or chignon to complete the look.
Dress: Ines Di Santo
The corset top and dropped waist on this Ines Di Santo gown are structured similarly to a ballerina’s costume. A high-low ball gown skirt features layers of tulle topped with airy satin organza and pretty 3D flowers that will flutter beautifully with even the slightest of movements.
Dress: Peter Langner
From the shimmering gold details to the layers of pleated tulle, this Peter Langner gown is giving us visions of sugarplums. The understated blush and champagne colors remind us of costumes from The Nutcracker, and we are obsessed!
Dress: Enaura Bridal
Embrace your inner Odette with a ruffled tulle skirt that recreates the look of swan feathers. The silver beaded bodice on this Enaura Bridal gown adds the perfect hint of glam.
Last but not least: the black swan dress for the Odiles of the world. Dare to rock an unconventional style in a dark color, like this sultry tea-length dress by Wtoo.