23 Tulle Wedding Dresses That Are Fit For a Princess

Making a statement on your wedding day is what every bride wants to do, and looking like a princess in a tulle wedding dress is the best way


If your dream is to walk down the aisle in a fairytale wedding dress with volume and grace, then tulle is definitely the material for you.


Tulle wedding dresses have the potential to create lots of drama with an intense fishtail shape, or girly vibes with a feminine full skirt.

Whatever way you wish to wear it, there is no denying that tulle is a magical fabric which needs to be shown off to its full potential, just like in these designs.

Ines Di Santo – Song

Wedding dresses can be sexy and this plunging neckline design from Ines Di Santo proves just that. The sheer embroidered bodice shows any ample assets, but keeps the look very pretty and feminine at the same time. The tulle skirt is full of body but falls in a soft fashion. Modern brides are the perfect fit for this design.


Monique Lhuillier – Sugarfina

Monique Lhuillier’s design below is a perfect example of just how stunning tulle can look with thick lace. The heavily bodied skirt is completely balanced out with the umpteen amounts of detail on the bodice and pastel pallet. We could admire this fantasy ball gown wedding dress forever and a day here at Hitched.


Anna Campbell – Coco

Festival brides probably thought tulle was the last material they’d be wearing on their wedding day until they set eyes on this creation by Anna Campbell. Coco is a beyond gorgeous choice for brides who want a bohemian style gown. Even though this has the shape of a more simple wedding dress, the intricate beading on the bodice and cap sleeves really add something special to the design.


Justin Alexander – 8873

Illusion sleeves, Sabrina neckline and a timeless lace? This sounds like the perfect recipe for a winter wedding dress to us. The bodice is adorned with crystals and pearls, which gives the bride wearing it every extra excuse to accessorise with the most glamorous bridal jewellery this country has to offer. It is a timeless design by Justin Alexander and should be worn with tulle-loving pride.


Paolo Sebastian

This floral wedding dress designed by Paolo Sebastian reminds us of something from A Midsummer Nights Dream and we love it for that. If you’re saying your vows in a venue with gorgeous woodland around it or even a Disney style venue, this dress has to be the ideal fit for you. We can see this being worn with summery bridesmaid dresses by your side and a braided hairstyle.


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Enzoani – Kylee

Sheer volume and dramatic effect is what Enzoani have used tulle for in this tiered wedding dress. The scattered details of lace applique add a girly touch to a very striking design and we love how the jewel embellishment on the bodice carries itself all the way around to the back, beautifully finishing off this design.


Stella York – 6144

The best thing about this tulle Stella York gown is the continuity of the lace design which starts at the spaghetti straps and carries its way through the bodice in heavy form, all the way to the fuller skirt. The softness and feminine feel of the dress makes it easy to pair with pink bridesmaid dresses and ivory wedding flowers to complete the overall summer wedding display.


Allure Bridals

Looking utterly gorgeous on your wedding day has never been so easy, thanks to Allure Bridals. Creating this column skirt, tulle wedding dress was genius and pairing it with a bodice that oozes grace and detailing was even more genius. The sheer beauty and elegance of this dress makes it worthy of a glamorous wedding where everything shines just as bright as this design.


Alan Hannah – Isabella

Alan Hannah have designed a beautifully embellished sheer dress with the most gorgeous swirling detail on its bodice. The romantic tulle skirt is the perfect shape to balance out the top half and we love the plunging v-neckline.


Sincerity Bridal – 3934

Layers, upon layers, upon layers of pure beauty are what this Sincerity Bridal wedding dress is all about. Sweetheart necklines are always beautiful and a strapless wedding dress allows for lots of room to accessorise without taking away the attention from the tulle wedding dress itself. The volume is stunning and will make for such a stand-out bridal look.


Ellis Bridals – 18013

The shape of this Ellis Bridals fit and flare wedding dress is so desirable. A deep sweetheart neckline is always flattering, especially when it leads to such an exquisite bodice. The soft tulle skirt balances out the fitted top half and makes a truly needed white wedding dress.


Badgley Mischka – Constance

Anything with diamond encrusting has to be gorgeous right? Just like this dazzling ball gown wedding dress from Badgley Mischka. The waistband comes in at the smallest part of your body, and is adorned with sparkles and glitz, leading everyone’s eye to where you look your tiniest – we absolutely love that!


Pronovias – Oana

This Pronovias design has the most elegant scoop back shape which we absolutely adore, and a lace bodice shape which we can only dream of wearing. And just when we thought it couldn’t possibly get any better, they add beautiful lace applique to the tulle skirt as well. There is absolutely nothing we would change about this dress, nothing at all.


Monique Lhuillier – Wisteria

Unique brides who are on the hunt for an unusual wedding dress  can stop in their tracks because we may have found the one. This tulle ball gown wedding dress by Monique Lhuillier has been blessed with a layer of lace overlay which ties in with the pattern on the bodice. The cut-out lace straps and plunge neckline bring this dress well into the 21st century while still keeping with a traditional bridal shape.


Alfred Angelo – 2565

Putting your girls in sparkly bridesmaid dresses could be a great idea if you choose to wear this beauty by Alfred Angelo on your wedding day. The pale shade of cream is soft and delightful, and the illusion neckline couldn’t possibly be any prettier. This dress needs no accessories as all of the attention should be on the design itself.


Stella York – 6226

Tea length wedding dresses look stunning at vintage weddings and need no justification whatsoever, especially if they have been made in designs as breath taking as this one by Stella York. This dress has been planned to perfection and all it needs is a killer pair of designer wedding shoes to walk it down the aisle.


Kelly Faetanini – Delilah

Sometimes the simplest shapes are the prettiest ones and that is so apparent in this design by Kelly Faetanini. The zig-zag hem of the bodice where it meets the gorgeous tulle skirt is a really modern and unique aspect of the dress which we think is a real selling point. We love the neckline. It’s straighter than you seen in most wedding dresses which adds modesty but also fits well with the design as a whole – which is just gorgeous.


Sincerity Bridal – 3919

Any bride who wears this jaw-dropping style from Sincerity Bridal will never live a day to regret it. It has a really classic shape which is perfect for traditional brides, and pairs a fitted lace bodice with tonnes of girly attributes, with a tulle skirt filled with volume and grace. We can only imagine how smooth this design looks when it’s walked down the aisle.


Allure Bridals – 9301

This has to be one of the prettiest illusion necklines we have seen in a ball gown. The crystal high neck detail and ruching of the mesh is beautifully matched to the tone of the tulle skirt which is made just how we like it – full and fabulous.


Monique Lhuillier – Langham

If you are a bride who admires high fashion and is inspired by the catwalks, then Monique Lhuillier may have the dress of your dreams. This gold wedding dress bedazzling and we can assure that no one will be able to take their eyes off of you at your wedding if you sport this luxurious gown. It is the perfect fit for a glamorous wedding and needs to be rocked with confidence all day and through to the night.


Stella York – 6215

Brides who want to put together a more modest look for a summer wedding can count on this Stella York design to see them through. The sweetheart neckline is super flattering, but not overbearing on the rest of the dress and the empire line waist lets the tulle skirt fall so perfectly without a fault in sight.


Badgley Mischka – Dolores

If you and your other half are planning on saying your nuptials in a grand wedding venue, then you need a grand dress to go with it and Dolores by Badgley Mischka is as grand as it gets. The illusion neckline and Bardot embellishment couldn’t possibly be any more elegant and sophisticated brides are the perfect suitors for it.


Allure Bridals

Lace glorious lace. Who doesn’t love a lace wedding dress? The beauty of this Allure Bridals design is that it can be dressed up with a red rose bouquet and black tie dress code, or dressed down with a floral headpiece and festival bridesmaid dresses to create two polar-opposite themes that you can have the pick of. It is adaptable which means that walking down the aisle in this gorgeous dress won’t limit you to any particular type of wedding.


If these princess dresses have inspired you to have some fairy tale vibes in your wedding day, have a look at our Disney wedding dresses which are perfect for fairy tale endings!