Wedding dresses come in many different shapes, sizes, and materials.
Satin is one of those fabrics which will always stand the test of time and its glossy, silky feel is exactly what you need covering you on your wedding day.
It is elegant, rich and sophisticated – the perfect recipe for a show-stopping wedding dress, and we have plenty of them to show you!
Belle & Bunty – Stevie
This Belle and Bunty bohemian wedding dress is so chic and the dropped waistband gives it a more casual feel, with the satin material keeping it elegant and bridal-worthy. Lots of bold accessories and flowers will totally complete this look.
Monique Lhuillier – Hadley 1109
One thing satin looks great with is lace and this combination on Monique Lhuillier’s design is the perfect example of how amazing it can look. The plunge neckline is so feminine and we like how the fishtail shape is made even more dramatic with the ruching.
Karen Willis Holmes – Mabel
Moonlight Bridal – 1316
This ball gown from Moonlight Bridal is a design truly fit for a princess. It has rich beading and elegant straps which travel down to a beautiful back design. The corded lace overlay and semi-cathedral train are the perfect finishing touch.
Enzoani – Kacey
Elegance is key in any wedding dress and this Enzoani gown is exactly that. The perfectly simple shape and skirt is brought to life with a detailed lace overlay which we can’t stop starring at.
Essence of Australia – D2090
Champagne is a gorgeous colour to wear on your wedding day and it’s even more gorgeous in satin. This Essence of Australia dress is perfect because the spaghetti straps and beaded bodice perfectly balance out the pleated skirt which is full of body.
If you’re having a summer wedding and want a light, pretty dress to walk down the aisle in, then look no further. Anny Lin’s detailed design is completely unique and we love the sheer overlay which opens at the front to reveal the rich satin skirt.
Alfred Angelo – 961
Val Stefani – 8082
This is such an elegant wedding dress. It exudes class and the attention to detail is undeniable. None of your guests will be able to take their eyes off of you if you chose this Val Stefani bridal gown.
Martina Liana – Blair Sachi
Martina Liana’s separates collection is so desirable, especially this pretty two-piece combination. The full satin skirt has plenty of body to catch one’s eye and it goes so nicely with the plunging neckline of the lace bodice.
Belle & Bunty – Valentina
Vintage brides will love this Belle and Bunty wedding dress. The off-white colour brings out the detail in the lace overlay and the satin falls so beautifully.
Heidi Elnora – Ginger Stephens
This Heidi Elnora dress looks like it came straight from the catwalk and it simply took our breath away here at Hitched HQ. The structured bodice is slimming and modern and looks even better accompanied by the drama of the fishtail skirt.
Karen Willis Holmes – Kitty Gown
Not only is this dress eye-catching from the front, but it also has a bold bow and pretty train at the back. We think this Karen Willis Holmes dress is a complete recipe for success.
Allure Bridals – 9306
The shape of this Allure Bridals gown is beyond pretty and the satin fabric is the perfect choice to hold the fit and flare style. The crystal beading detail is so gorgeous and would look stunning with a vintage hair accessory.
Balbier – Harper
This Harper slip dress designed by Balbier has delicate shoestring straps which add to its simplicity. The minimalist style of this gown is the exact reason why we love it so much and it even has a low back which shows off just enough skin.
Alfred Angelo – 2540
We love a long sleeved dress and this Alfred Angelo design is no exception. The sheerness of the sleeves is decorated gorgeously on the wrists and the shape is so feminine.
Lillian West – 6427
Lillian West dresses are always beautiful, but this design took things to a whole new level. How could anyone say no to that gorgeous lace detail? We think it would look so amazing at a vintage wedding.
Karen Willis Holmes – Clarisse
This simple satin dress by Karen Willis Holmes has been spiced up by a detachable train which leaves the front of the dress exposed – we love this trend. The neckline is gorgeous and would look even prettier with a dainty necklace to complement it.
Justin Alexander – 8855
Justin Alexander has designed a satin dress which sophisticated brides will love. The buttons on the back carry themselves all the way down to the hem of the dress and the lace racer-back detail is just to die for.
Kelly Faetanini – Priscilla
Stella York – 6222
We are obsessed with this Stella York satin wedding dress. The seamless bodice is out of this world and don’t even get us started on that embroidered waist belt. We can’t take our eyes off this.
Alfred Angelo – 2537
The blush colour of this Alfred Angelo ball gown is the perfect shade to bring out the impeccable quality of the satin.. The shine will look so elegant and beautiful when you walk down the aisle wearing this gown.
Martina Liana – 742
Martina Liana has designed a perfectly pleated satin wedding dress that any bride would be lucky to walk down the aisle in. The sweetheart neckline is super feminine and tasteful.
Allure Bridals – 9303
We love the full skirt on this ball gown from Allure Bridals. The edged in lace is perfectly pretty and the glitzy waist belt is super flattering as it draws all the attention to the smallest part of your body – yay!
Not a fan of the full length gown? We have a present for you. Minna’s take on satin dresses is a breath of fresh air and we love this dress and the bohemian vibe it brings. Feel free and look pretty as a picture in this unique wedding dress.
Allure Bridals – 212
How gorgeous is this fit and flare satin wedding dress. The thick lace bodice is bold and beautiful all at the same time. This dress needs some designer bridal shoes to finish off the look.
Justin Alexander – 8866
Karen Willis Holmes – Aubrey
This Karen Willis Holmes wedding dress is absolutely divine in every day. The long sleeves are balanced out by deep V-neck and leaves loads of room for a stunning piece of bridal jewellery – maybe some pearls? We think so!
Justin Alexander – 8850
If your dream is to look like a true princess on your wedding day, this pink wedding dress could be the perfect choice for you. Justin Alexander’s design has a structured bodice which will flatter any figure and a heavily layered tulle skirt which oozes prettiness.
Kelly Faetanini – Iris
Kelly Faetanini has made us fall in love once again with one of her satin gowns and can you blame us? Spaghetti straps are exactly what this gown needs to keep it simple, and have all eyes on the stunning shape it creates.
Minna – Olivia
Brides who love simplicity will also love this fabulously floaty dress from Minna’s collection. The ankle length makes it playful and the plunging neckline adds tonnes of femininity. All you need is some pretty floral hair accessories and you’ll be wedding-ready.
This is a really classic design from Monique Lhuillier and she has used the perfect shade to bring out the best of the rich satin material. The tulle side detail in the skirt is a lovely touch too.
Paloma Blanca – 4714
Satin dresses can be very sultry, just like this drop-dead-gorgeous Paloma Blanca gown. If you want to showcase a dramatic and super glam bridal look, then this could well be the dress for you.
Stella York – 6180
Stella York has designed a dress worthy of any sophisticated wedding day. The thick straps and column skirt completely justify the plunging neckline and we wouldn’t change a thing.
Val Stefani – 8051
Our favourite part of this Val Stefani wedding gown is the asymmetrical fishtail skirt which gives an exquisite design an abstract edge.
If you want to see even more stunning dresses, have a look at our selection of elegant wedding dresses to really ensure a sophisticated, beautiful bridal look.