Wedding Jumpsuits: 16 Stylish Creations

Not the wedding dress type? Don't worry - we've got some seriously stylish and effortlessly unique bridal jumpsuits to inspire you

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Are you looking for something unique to wear on your wedding day? If you’ve browsed our favourite alternative wedding dresses and nothing stands out to you, why not consider a wedding jumpsuit? We’ve rounded up some of the coolest options for quirky brides.

W16 4509 – Gemy Maalouf

This gorgeous creation from Gemy Maalouf is ideal for brides who want something unusual but still want a bridal feel – the white fabric and lace overlay keeps it suitably wedding-worthy. We love the glittery belt and the low back. Read up on our backless wedding dress tips for advice on how to style it out – the same principles apply.

Gemy Maalouf bridal jumpsuit

Garbo – Stephanie Allin Couture

If a dress isn’t for you, but you’re a little unsure of the idea of wearing trousers for your wedding, the Garbo by Stephanie Allin Couture is perfect as the wide legged trousers still give the outfit a flowy, dress like feel. We love the short sleeved lace top, which detaches for a sleek, strapless look.

Garbo jumpsuit by Stephanie Allin

Jumpsuit by Autograph – Marks and Spencer

Brides who are on a budget and are desperately seeking a wedding outfit under £500 should definitely look to the high street – this bridal white jumpsuit from M&S would make a perfect wedding outfit. Pair it with sparkling accessories for maximum impact.

Wedding jumpsuit from Marks and Spencer

Jumpsuit – ASOS

Another high street wonder – this incredible wedding jumpsuit from ASOS features a magnificent cape that will trail behind you as you walk/strut down the aisle. It demands bold accessories – think statement shoes and a cool cuff to make the most of this edgy look.

ASOS bridal collection jumpsuit

Lacey – Monique Lhullier

This Monique Lhullier jumpsuit is Lacey by name, lacy by nature. We love the ornate floral pattern of the lace, and the seriously stylish sheer neckline and sleeves. Let the outfit do the talking with a sleek, swept back hairstyle and subtle jewellery.

Lace jumpsuit from Monique Lhullier

Mae – Stephanie Allin Couture

Another wide-legged wonder from Stephanie Allin Couture. This bridal jumpsuit comes with a detachable skirt over the trousers so you can have a more traditional wedding look for the day, before removing it to party in your lace detailed trousers for the evening celebrations.

Bridal jumpsuit with detachable skirt from Stephanie Allin

Jumpsuit – Marks and Spencer

Brides who aren’t afraid to show a little skin will love this cap sleeved jumpsuit from M&S. The crossed over bodice flashes your midriff and is a great choice if you want to try the two piece wedding dress trend without actually wearing separates. If you’re not sure about if for the ceremony, why not save it to change into on the night?

Marks and Spencer bridal jumpsuit

Allen – Rachel Pally

Casual brides won’t be able to resist this long sleeved jumpsuit from Rachel Pally. It comes it at under £200 and also comes in black – so if you really love it you could get it in both colours. Why not replace the bow with a sash that matches your wedding colour scheme to personalise the look.

Allen jumpsuit from Rachel Pally

Sapphire – Stephanie Allin Couture

If you love your fashion with a quirky edge, why not consider this strapless jumpsuit from Stephanie Allin Couture. It has a fun peplum top, which will conceal your stomach and flatter your curves. The detailed belt above the peplum is edgy and cool and we love how it’s styled with a high ponytail.

Sapphire jumpsuit by Stephanie Allin

W16 4438 – Gemy Maalouf

This stylish option from Gemy Maalouf is guaranteed to turn heads. We love the layered detail over the bodice, and the subtle skin coloured straps that are essentially invisible but will leave you feeling secure all day long. You won’t miss out on having a traditional train either as this jumpsuit features a romantic trail of sheer fabric.

Wedding jumpsuit from Gemy Maalouf

Paige – Monique Lhullier

The Paige from Monique Lhullier is a sleek, slim fitting jumpsuit that is totally timeless. The eyelash lace along the hem gives the polished look a hint of edge, and again, the all-over lace detailing makes it ideal for weddings. Browse our guide to wedding veils to find the perfect one to match with this – we like the idea of a short, bouncy veil!

Paige jumpsuit by Monique Lhullier

Peter – Rachel Pally

This Rachel Pally creation isn’t for the faint hearted. It has an on trend halterneck and a daring open back, with cutaway detailing at the hip. This is a great choice for the body confident bride and would amazingly well at a beach wedding with a warm climate – as this jumpsuit could be a little bit breezy…

Peter jumpsuit from Rachel Pally

Jumpsuit – Wallis

Keep it sleek and simple with this minimalistic outfit from Wallis, which is perfect for brides on a budget. The white belt will cinch in your waist and the contemporary style demands statement wedding shoes and a bold lip colour.

White jumpsuit from Wallis

6272E – Encore at Watters

If you want to show off your legs, but you don’t fancy a knee length wedding dress, why not consider a bridal playsuit? This super cute lace romper from Encore by Watters is a gorgeous option. The high neckline and long sleeves balance out the high hemline, and the lace fabric is very pretty, and ideal for a vintage wedding.

Lace playsuit from Encore at Watters

W16 4470 – Gemy Maalouf

Has the idea of a bridal playsuit got you sitting up a little straighter? Make sure you take a closer look at this Gemy Maalouf creation too, then. It’s a great option for the bold bride – the lace applique and detailed back (complete with a frothy train) will command everyone’s attention.

Bridal playsuit from Gemy Maalouf

X Revolve Paolo – Rachel Pally

This gorgeously retro jumpsuit from Rachel Pally is ideal for vintage loving brides. It’s got a definite boho feel that will appeal to fans of the 70s. Why not go all out with blown-out curls, platform shoes and a flower crown? We have a guide to making your own flower crown to help you along the way.

Off the shoulder jumpsuit from Rachel Pally

Has this round up left you feeling inspired? Why not consider designing your own wedding dress to really allow your inner creativity to flourish?



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