Romantic Wedding Dresses from Maggie Sottero Designs

Avery Maggie Sottero Dress

As much as we love bridal lookbooks, there’s something so special about seeing all the dresses + gowns in action… We’re talking real weddings, styled shoots, elopements, and more! These kinds of photos allow you to imagine yourself actually wearing the dress, dancing the night away, and proclaiming your love. So, what better way to highlight the three different lines from Maggie Sottero Designs than by showing you how they look in the real world?

Introducing the three lines from Maggie Sottero Designs: Rebecca Ingram — which offers affordable + elegant dresses; Sottero and Midgely — the edgy + glamorous gowns; and Maggie Sottero — known for its ethereal + romantic dresses. For the bride that’s looking for a dress with an overall boho sort of feeling, yet still timeless, these dresses are definitely up your alley! To find an official Maggie Sottero Designs retailer, make sure to click on over here!

Now let’s take a look at all the dreamy dresses! Prepare to fall in love…

Marjorie Maggie Sottero Dress

photo by Mallory Fraughton Photo

For the couple that’s all about adventure, being out on the open road, and exploring through the wilderness — we have a feeling that you’ll *LOVE* this styled elopement! Want to exude elegance, but still have enough funds for traveling with your beau? The Rebecca Ingram line is romantic, elegant, and most of all, affordable. (YAY!)

Marjorie Maggie Sottero Dress

photos by Mallory Fraughton Photo

Marjorie Maggie Sottero Dress

photo by Mallory Fraughton Photo

How incredible is this Marjorie dress by Rebecca Ingram?! We’re crushing on the flirty crisscross strap details, that beaded lace bodice, + the voluminous tulle skirt! Can you imagine twirling on a hilltop, arms around the one you love, with the skirt blowing in the wind? We sure can… :)

Paigely Maggie Sottero Dress

photos by Alex Lasota Photography

Say hello to this real bride in the Paigely by Maggie Sottero! It’s modern + feminine, and understated in its glamour. How darling is the combination of the floral lace + the pearl bead motif?

Paigely Maggie Sottero Dress

photo by Alex Lasota Photography

And the Maggie Sottero dress pairs so well with the ‘maids dresses! We’re completely on board with this all-white dress trend for your gals!

Phyllis Maggie Sottero Dress

photo by The High Pines

This real bride, Cami, is wearing the Phyllis gown from the Maggie Sottero line. Look at that voluminous tulle skirt!!

Phyllis Maggie Sottero Dress

photos by The High Pines

A modern fairytale meets a rock ‘n’ roll princess! She wanted to look like Rogers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella, and she definitely achieved that with this enchanting sheath wedding dress! The Swarovski crystals don’t hurt, either. :)

Phyllis Maggie Sottero Dress

photo by The High Pines

Jovi Maggie Sottero Dress

photo by Laura Beck Photography

The Jovi from the Maggie Sottero line is both ethereal + decadent, as it seems to float and glide through the room. This dress perfectly complements the moody autumn atmosphere + jewel tones from this styled shoot.

Jovi Maggie Sottero Dress

photos by Laura Beck Photography

The open illusion back, paired with the sweetheart neckline, + detachable train, make this dress both whimsical and refined.

Hope Maggie Sottero Dress

For the romantic bride that also wants a touch of vintage-inspired styling, this allover-lace fit-and-flare Hope dress by Rebecca Ingram is for you!

Hope Maggie Sottero Dress

The Rebecca Ingram line is all about bringing timeless elegance at an affordable price… Yes, you read that right — affordable!

Hope Maggie Sottero Dress

We’re enchanted by the jewel tones of this styled shoot, along with the crystals — a little touch of magic.

Hope Maggie Sottero Dress

photos by Taylor Marie Photography

So, so dreamy! We’re pretty darn enchanted by all the romance + modern designs from the different lines that Maggie Sottero Designs offers.

Which dress was your favorite? We’d love to hear what kind of luxe details you’d pair with it, along with your ideas for florals + setting!

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