The Best TV Wedding Dresses

The Best TV Wedding Dresses

A lot of brides come to us saying that they've already found their dream dress...on TV! So we spent time doing some serious research (on Netflix) to come up with our favourite TV wedding dresses and the styles we stock to recreate the look! 📺🙌🏽😍

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How I Met Your Mother

Robin's gorgeous fishtail weddding dress with tulle detailing from the How I Met Your Mother wedding season still takes our breath away. For a similar silhouette with a bit more sparkle, try Mori Lee Keira 5601. We also offer a range of sparkly belts just like hers for a wedding dress glow up! 


Gossip Girl

Blair's iconic wedding to Chuck was the perfect end to the series. She broke tradition with a blue illusion lace long sleeved bateau wedding dress with stunning crystal detailing. For a similar look in a more traditional colour we have Mori Lee Karlee 8207 in store. 

Serena also went experimental in a gorgeous fairytale gold strapless sweethear wedding dress with a ball gown skirt. While we don't have them in gold, we have several ballgown wedding dresses in stock from Sincerity, Mori Lee and Sweetheart! 👑



Rachel's tea length satin wedding dress on Glee screamed Audrey Hepburn to us, which was more than appropriate! Styled with a cute double tier veil for an old Hollywood wedding look. 

The Big Bang Theory

Penny's tea length, illusion lace wedding dress was a more modern version of the style and was perfect for their non traditional wedding! Styled with a flower crown for a Instagram filter finish. 🤓



Even though it's been 17 years (!!!) since Monica and Chandler's wedding in Friends, her elegant Mikado satin wedding dress is back in fashion for 2019/20. For an updated version try Sincerity 3958. 



OK so technically it wasn't a real Riverdale wedding but Veronica's illusion lace wedding dress with a ballgown skirt was a dream come true for some of us! ( #Varchie )  She even teamed it with a cute and understated tiara. Sincerity 1142 is a perfect dupe dress and we have a range of tiaras and headpieces to go with it! 


Wedding Dress Styles - A Guide

Shopping is something we all know how to do, but while shopping for a wedding dress isn't the same as scrolling through ASOS at lunch, it shouldn't be any less fun! When you first start looking there might be a lot of terms which you have never heard of that can make wedding dress shopping seem scarier than it is. Don't worry though, we've created a definitive guide to translate for you! 🤯


When you start shopping you might be asked what style of dress you like, here are the most popular styles:

Fishtail / Mermaid Wedding Dress - A form fitting dress which flows into a large skirt starting around the knee to create a mermaid or fish tail silhouette.

Ballgown / Princess Wedding Dress - A dress with a large layered skirt starting from the hips. Cinderella and Sleeping Beauty's iconic dresses are classic examples.

Tea Length Wedding Dress - A Tea Length Wedding Dress is a dress with a fuller knee length skirt. They tend to be 1950's vintage inspired.

Ilusion - Skin coloured net with embroidery used to create the ‘illusion’ of embroidery floating over skin. 

Sweetheart neckline - When the neckline dips towards the bust creating an almost heart shape. 

Bateau / Sabrina neckline - 'Bateau' is French for 'boat' so it literally means boatneck, which is more elegant than it sounds on paper! It's a high neckline that follows that shape of your collarbone. Meghan Markle wore a classic boatneck wedding dress for her 2018 Royal Wedding.

Queen Anne neckline- A Queen Anne neckline is a dress with a higher collar at the back and a scoop, V-neck or sweetheart at the front.

Train - the long back portion of a wedding dress that trails behind the bride. There are a few lengths of train each with their own name:

Sweep train - A Sweep train is the shortest of trains; at around 6 inches long it's a subtle way to add a bit of tradition to a gown. Perfect for the wedding reception dancefloor or an outdoor wedding! 

Chapel train - A Chapel train is between 12 and 18 inches long. It is the most common style of train as it's just long enough to add a bit of drama, but short enough to allow low maintainence movement.

Cathedral train -  A Cathedral train is the longest for most wedding dresses, measuring from 22 inches. For making an entrance with real impact, they look stunning in wedding venues with a long aisle.

Royal / Monarch train - Serious trains, timewasters need not apply. A Royal / Monarch train does what it says on the tin. Princess Diana's 25 foot train was a classic example.