While we spend most of our days attached to all forms of social media, Pinterest remains at the top of the list for trend spotting and fashion envy. So, when we heard about the most pinned wedding gown of all time, we just knew we had to share it with you all. Drumroll, please…
The most pinned dress of all time is designed by Grace Loves Lace. And since a wedding dress doesn’t make much sense without an incredible place to wear it, we’ve paired up the designer’s top ten dresses with venues that would totally match their style. Whether you’re about that beachy-glam look or prefer a boho-on-the-homestead vibe, we’ve got you covered when it comes to matching your bridal look to your venue.
Alexandra Dress at The Miami Beach Edition
A fitted silhouette with a soft and lacey neckline is exactly what the Miami bride calls for. The Beach Edition is modern and sleek, but still maintains a timeless quality, which is precisely what Alexandra brings to (dancing on) the table.
Venue Photography Courtesy of The Miami Beach Edition
Arlo at Hacienda Sac Chich in Mexico
Sleek yet still whimcal and bohemian, the Arlo will flow with you through the ancient walls of Hacienda Sac Chich in Mexico. Arlo brings a modern edge to an otherwise very vintage setting. While it doesn't outshine or seem misplaced at the hacienda, this dress is a new world counterpart to this stunning historic property.
Venue Photography Courtesy of Hacienda Sac Chich
Florence at Leo Carrillo Ranch in Carlsbad
This gorgeous and lacey off-the-shoulder number has bohemian bride written all over it. This look would blend seamlessly with the property at Leo Carrillo Ranch, an old hacienda with a subdued glamorous quality that makes you feel totally at home.
Venue Photography by Shane and Lauren Photography
Harriet at The Ace Hotel in Downtown Los Angeles
Every LA gal loves a good party dress and Harriet is one we can all appreciate. With a darling neckline and a cool pattern that feels modern and unique, a bride decked out in this gown will be at home in the jaw droppingly intricate setting at the Ace Hotel in DTLA. This 1920s theater is as unique as your love and your look.
Venue Photography by Spencer Lowell
Hollie 2.0 at Four Seasons Resort in Hualalai, Hawaii
Getting married on the beach in Hawaii is a fantasy nearly every bride has toyed with. Rather than toting along a wedding gown that’s overly traditional, let loose and have fun with the style. Hollie 2.0 has dance party written all over it and that’s exactly the note you’ll be wanting to hit in this tropical setting. Secret's out: this is the dress with the most pins!
Venue Photography by Steve Steinhardt
Inca at the Chicago Athletic Association Hotel
This backless ensemble with a fitted silhouette is about as sultry as the event spaces at the Chicago Athletic Association Hotel. Rich in history, this building has no shortage of Pinterest worthy backdrops and deserves an equally Pinterest worthy wedding dress.
Venue Photography by Nick Fochtman
Poet at 26 Bridge in DUMBO, Brooklyn
Brooklyn ladies love to make a fashionable splash on their wedding day, and why not get a little poetic with the gown. This fitted, high-neck, lace-up dress should be just the right amount of sass to make a splash against the brick loft warehouse backdrop at 26 Bridge.
Venue Photography by Amber Gress
Soho at Bon Accord in Vancouver
An awesome warehouse space in Vancouver, Bon Accord is one of those venues your cool, artsy ladies would flock to. And in that fashion forward spirit, this geometric gown has enough character to light up the room as much as the lady wearing it.
Venue Photography Courtesy of Bon Accord
Valentina at Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek in Dallas
Elegant and charming is exactly the way to describe the look you’ll be going for at Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek. This iconic Dallas wedding venue calls for a gown that’s graceful with a bit of sass, and this open-back wedding dress might be the answer.
Venue Photography Courtesy of Rosewood Mansion
Verdelle 2.0 at The Grove in Aubrey, Texas
A wedding reception in the rolling meadows of Texas Hill Country just screams romance and this beautiful, flowy lace gown is a gorgeous complement to the surroundings. The barn at The Grove may be rustic, but a feminine get up will quickly make the space seem more formal.
Venue Photography by Ashley Carr
Dresses: Grace Loves Lace | Venues: The Miami Beach Edition, Hacienda Sac Chich, Leo Carillo Ranch, The Ace Hotel DTLA, The Four Seasons Resort in Hualalai, The Chicago Athletic Association Hotel, 26 Bridge, Bon Accord, Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek, The Grove