As a palette, pink is incredibly diverse and there’s a shade that suits almost anyone.
If you think pink wedding dresses are only for brides who want something straight out a Disney film, these pink gowns will change your mind.
From an almost-nude blush to a hot magenta, via dusky rose, candy floss and hot pink, the colour goes from sugary and sweet to vibrant and bold.
Here are the best pink wedding dresses on the market right now.
- Pink Lace Wedding Dresses
- Pink Princess Wedding Dresses
- Plus Size Pink Wedding Dresses
- Pink Mermaid Wedding Dresses
- Short Pink Wedding Dresses
- Floral Pink Wedding Dresses
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D2340 – Essense of Australia
Silver lace sits on top of blush Regency organza on this Essense of Australia stunner. It boasts a classic fit-and-flare silhouette but has been brought up-to-date with sparkling beadwork, an illusion lace back and on-trend wide-cut lace. It’s available in plus size too.
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Style EW119075 – Ellie Wilde
There’s a sexy flamenco feel to this Ellie Wilde dress. It would look fantastic at a colourful destination wedding. The trumpet gown is made of lace and tulle, with ruffled short sleeves and an illusion lace back.
Catherine Dress – Wtoo by Watters
If you’re after a sugary sweet pink look, this porcelain pink dress from Wtoo is perfect. It’s the grown-up version of cute and girly and we love it. A lace sweetheart bodice and rose gold satin waistband stop it from being a little too pastel pink.
Martha Dress – Martin Thornburg for Mon Cheri
The nude lining gives this fit-and-flare dress a subtle pastel pink tone. It’s romantic and sexy, covered in allover Schiffli lace with sequins and metallic threads for a little sparkle. The neckline isn’t too low, making it great if you want a little coverage, but it still highlights your silhouette and has drama in the petal-shaped cathedral train.
Abigail Dress – Anne Barge
The ultimate sweetheart ball gown comes complete with a huge accent bow leading down to the train. The full skirt is made from gazar silk so it feels unbelievably soft against your skin.
Alex Perry Fitted Crepe Maxi – Selfridges
This is one truly showstopping dress. No one would question who’s the bride if you walked in wearing this stunning cape sleeved maxi. Alex Perry has created a gown which is hugely regal and effortlessly graceful.
Written In The Stars Gown – BHLDN
A low V-neck, semi-sheer fabric and a backless design add much-needed sultriness to this frothy blush ballgown from BHLDN. This is a romantic pink princess dress for a queen who takes no prisoners rather than your traditional Disney princess.
Raquel Dress – Martin Thornburg for Mon Cheri
The standout part of this Princess-style pink wedding dress is that hand-beaded, Chantilly lace bodice. It has illusion cap sleeves and a V-neck back in the same beading, before trailing down into a regal tulle and sequin skirt with a chapel train.
Degas Gown – Needle & Thread
This bright fuschia dress is a real showstopper. The voluminous layers of delicate tulle are inspired by ballet dancers and flow with the body, creating dramatic movement when you walk. Add in the light-catching crystal-encrusted ribbon straps and waistband and you’ve got a dress worthy of a royal ball. It’s a steal at £550 too.
VW351322 White by Vera Wang – David’s Bridal
This ombre sweetheart ball gown is inspired by the pearls found inside conch shells. It’s a light coral-pink, with hand-draped tulle for beautiful texture. That skirt screams fairytale princess – just make sure you’ve got an aisle big enough to fit it down.
Olivia Dress – Martin Thornburg for Mon Cheri
We adore satin for a ballgown as it looks so elegant and chic. The fluffy tulle look isn’t for everyone, but you can still achieve that Princess feel with a dress like this one from Martin Thornburg. This dress is all about the details: a beautiful inverted halter neckline, a triangular keyhole, a beaded waistband, crystal buttons, and even pockets!
Galina Signature SWG820 – David’s Bridal
A pink-tinted underskirt gives this Galina dress a whisper of colour. It’s a stunning gown: from the crystal-beaded waistband and the jewelled buttons down the illusion back to the lace appliques on the long sleeves and skirt. It’s available up to a size 30 and showcases curves on bustier brides.
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Style 119252W – Martin Thornburg for Mon Cheri
You can wear this feminine lace ballgown with straps or without. Either way, you’re guaranteed to feel confident in this timeless style, updated with pockets, a soft Schiffli lace pattern and pearl buttons leading to a chapel train.
Jenny Yoo Sarita Dress – BHLDN
This Grecian-style gown goes up to a size 26 and is truly flattering at every size. The slim bands define the waist and a sheer panel adds barely-there coverage to the bust. It could be easily adjusted to wear a bra underneath if you felt you needed more coverage, although it comes with in-built cups.
6432+ – Stella York
This pink lace wedding dress comes in standard and plus sizes – and it looks good on every body shape! The layered skirt is romantic and adds drama; the diamante waistband pulls you in for an hourglass figure; that sweetheart neckline shows off your best assets.
Oleg Cassini 8CWG749 – David’s Bridal
Again, the shade of this dress is whisper pink, so don’t expect too bold a colour. Instead you’ll get a strapless lace ball gown that evokes Grace Kelly glamour and a scallop-trimmed subtle pink princess skirt. It glitters thanks to 2,600 beads from the bodice down.
Dolores Dress – Martin Thornburg for Mon Cheri
Choosing a plus size wedding dress doesn’t mean forgoing a sexy style. The ballgown shape won’t be flattering on all curves, which is why we love this nude fit-and-flare dress. The tulle and organza skirt and the long lace sleeves are all detachable so you can wear it strapless, long sleeved, figure-hugging or as a faux ballgown. What versatility!
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TE Style 02 – Pronovias
Pronovias have stepped it up a notch with this modern and crisp Bardot dress. The body-skimming cut flows down into a mermaid skirt and short train. The light pink colour looks wonderful against tanned or dark skin.
Style 119D49 – Montage by Ivonne D
This sleeveless, beaded dress actually is a trumpet gown, which flares slightly higher up the leg than a traditional mermaid cut. With the dropped waist bodice, it has the same effect though: it shapes the figure and gives you a statement swish when you walk. Rarely will you find a dress in this dusky rose colour with as gorgeous detailing.
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Style D2771 – Essense of Australia
Fit-and-flare dresses follow the contours of the body for an elegant yet sexy wedding day look. This lace mermaid dress also features beadwork and a layer of silvery glitter tulle that makes it shine and shimmer for an out-of-this-world look.
ATOS Style 45 – Pronovias
Make a statement in this hot magenta gown from Pronovias. The beaded halter neckline leads into a low, open back and down to mermaid skirt. What is a bold but simple gown become glamorous and wedding worthy with the silver embellishment.
Ruffled Tulle and Silk Crepe de Chine Gown – Monique Lhuillier
Monique Lhuillier’s rose gown feels straight out a fairytale. The ruffled straps and floaty skirt give it a boho vibe, and it would work perfectly with a wildflower bouquet and hair accessories. The pastel-pink bodice is boned for that ‘period-drama-corset look’ – without the hard to breathe part!
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Scarlett Dress – Needle and Thread
Needle and Thread are our go-to for fancy dresses. If you’re hosting a festival wedding or want a colourful reception dress, a hot pink, sequinned number like the Scarlett dress is perfection. It’ll sparkle more than the bling on your finger!
Tuileries Dress – Reformation
Made from a lightweight silk charmeuse fabric, this Reformation dress feels so soft against your body. It’s actually from their bridesmaid dress range, but the fitted-style, slinky cut and rich colour make it wedding dress-worthy.
Starling Dress – Needle and Thread
This apricot-hued beauty is ideal as an alternative wedding dress that would suit a registry office or destination wedding. How cute are the tiers, embroidery and sequins? It comes in at just £330 too.
Rasario Off-the-Shoulder Sleeveless Velvet Midi – Harvey Nichols
For edgier, alternative brides, this cool velvet magenta dress is screaming your name. The belt and a built-in corset draw in your waist for a sublimely sexy shape.
Celestina – Ronald Joyce
The Celestina dress is a delicate mix of blush, claret, navy and ivory. Floral appliques and beading overlay the ivory bodice and skirt, giving it a dusky blush colour. It’s simply gorgeous.
Style EW119098 – Ellie Wilde
How amazing is this 3D floral lace gown! You’ll look blooming marvellous in the fit-and-flare dress, which features a bold gathered tulle overskirt and train, plus a sweet beaded waistband.
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Flora Dress – Wendy Makin Couture
An English country garden inspires the colours on this delicate floral dress. While the gown isn’t fully pink, it does contain beautiful bursts of rose and a pink silky satin embellished waistband. The sweetheart neckline and full skirt are endlessly flattering.
Henriette Flower Maxi Dress – Phase Eight
Embellished with 3D florals and delicate beading, this Phase Eight dress is incredibly romantic. The fitted bodice leads down into a gently flared tulle skirt that has amazing movement. The white flowers look really striking against the peachy-coral skirt.
If you’re looking for something even more alternative than a pink wedding dress, how about one of these amazing black wedding dresses?