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Selecting a wedding dress for your special day comes with a lot of considerations, one being your venue. Your wedding venue can help guide your style as you choose between necklines, fabrics, silhouettes, and embellishments. And while some venues are a little easier to dress for—castle weddings give that fairytale vibe while beachy nuptials exude relaxation and tranquility—others aren’t as straightforward. For those having a wedding at a vineyard, finding the perfect winery ensemble might seem daunting, but the good news is that the natural setting sets the stage for almost any day-of aesthetic.
“Wineries make great wedding venues because they are very spacious, have a very beautiful backdrop by nature (great for pictures!), and are operated by people who love to throw the perfect event paired with good wine,” explains the chief marketing officer of Azazie, Ranu Coleman.
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Ranu Coleman is the chief marketing officer of the online bridal and bridesmaid boutique, Azazie.
What makes wineries especially alluring is that they’re pretty adaptable, so you can likely find one that’ll perfectly fit whatever wedding vision you have dancing in your head. If you really want to lean into the vineyard aesthetic, though, Coleman says silk and lace dresses with vintage flare are ideal for wine country events—as are styles with lace sleeves, backless or keyhole details, low cuts, fluffy ruffles, and long trains. It’s all about letting classically stunning styles complement your chic, nature-filled setting without detracting from the ambiance.
If you’re looking for a winery wedding dress fit for your special day, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve sourced 21 of the highest-rated winery looks from our favorite sellers, so read on for the best gowns that’ll have you sipping in style on your special day.
Size: 0-30, custom sizing | Materials: Crepe, lace, tulle | Length: Floor-length
Stretch crepe and luxurious lace, Azazie’s Saffron gown is the epitome of modern romance. The illusion V-neckline elevates the sleek silhouette, and the tulle overskirt gives a touch of whimsy.
Size: 0-30W | Materials: Polyester, tulle | Length: Floor-length
Cap sleeves for arm coverage—paired with a plunging neckline and low back—makes this balanced gown from David’s Bridal a winery favorite. The best part is the glimmering botanical appliques and geometric sequins that add a hint of sparkle.
Size: 00-32 | Materials: Chiffon, lace | Length: Floor-length
Vintage, timeless, and oh-so swoon-worthy, Jenny Yoo’s Florence gown was made for celebrations among the grapes. The billowing long sleeves contrast the plunging V-neckline, and the sultry open back is complete with Florentina lace edging.
Size: 0-14 | Materials: Chiffon | Length: Floor-length
Perfect for a spring wedding or flower-filled celebration, this cutout chiffon gown from Sau Lee is a dream with its sweetheart neckline, all-over floral print, and ruffle details. Pair this beauty with some drop earrings and blue wedding shoes for a sweet twist on a traditional bridal look.
Size: XXS-XXXL | Materials: Lace | Length: Floor-length
Gorgeous and garden-inspired, the figure-skimming Sol gown was made for celebrations in the sunshine with good people and good wine. We especially love the textured lace gown, with the detachable leaf-trim shoulder armbands, for an additional boho touch.
Size: 00-28 | Materials: Satin, crepe, tulle | Length: Floor-length
Chic and sleek, Amsale’s Kit gown was made for sophisticated brides who dream of a formal celebration. The high slit and low back will keep you cool if your winery wedding is outside, and the pleated off-the-shoulder details offer a unique twist to the otherwise classic style.
Size: 0-30, custom sizing | Materials: Lace, tulle | Length: Floor-length
“Mermaid styles are perfect for a winery wedding—they are elegant and fit the winery backdrop and setting perfectly,” Coleman explains. She especially loves Azazie’s Poppy for vineyard affairs thanks to its vintage-inspired lace and manageable chapel train.
Size: 0-12 | Materials: Polyester, silk, lace | Length: Cocktail
A high halter neck, lace-trimmed silk mini skirt, and side streamers make Danielle Frankel’s Avery gown a must for brides who were born to stand out, style-wise. The figure-flattering draping complements your curves while the shorter hemline makes it easy to dance in.
Size: 0-32 | Materials: Charmeuse satin | Length: Floor-length
Beautiful and budget-friendly, Revelry’s Jade dress is as alluring as they come. The adjustable, one-shoulder spaghetti strap elevates the simple style, and the flattering side ruching and slit compliments every body type.
Size: 0-12 | Materials: Silk-charmeuse | Length: Ankle
A chic winery wedding couldn’t be complete without this Rosie Assoulin dress. The voluminous ruffles and asymmetrical hemline pair perfectly with dainty-heeled sandals and vintage vino.
Size: 0-16 | Materials: Polyester, crepe | Length: Floor-length
Coleman loves a plunge for winery celebrations, and this chic crepe frock from Sachin & Babi checks off all the boxes and then some. The bodice boasts sequins for a touch of shine, while the semi-open back and straight silhouette exude class and demand attention.
Size: FR34-46 | Materials: Crepe | Length: Midi
We can’t get enough of this striking crepe dress from Lavin for intimate winery weddings. The flattering A-line silhouette is made even more fetching with an asymmetrical hemline and cape-effect sleeves.
Size: Contact brand | Materials: Crepe | Length: Floor-length
Long sleeves are a go-to wedding dress component for many brides, and this one-sleeve gown is a stunning option for a look unlike any other. A perfect piece for classic, autumn vineyard nuptials.
Size: XXS-XL | Materials: Lace | Length: Floor-length
Strapless gowns are perfect for outdoor winery weddings in warmer weather, and this lace number from Norma Kamali will keep you cool while looking hot as can be. The corset bodice and lingerie-inspired silhouette add the perfect touch of sexiness, while the mermaid hemline brings the look back to the bridal basics.
Size: 00-24W | Materials: Polyester, tulle | Length: Floor-length
Soft and flowy, Watters’ Mist gown gives a light-as-air feel with its crinkled netting skirt and corset bodice. The included streamers and detachable puff sleeves give you the chance to switch up your look between your vows and sipping vino with your VIPs.
Size: XS-XL | Materials: Polyester, cotton, lace | Length: Cocktail
With close to 3,000 rave reviews, this two-piece cocktail-length dress from Lulus is a favorite for rehearsals, receptions, or brides who simply prefer something short and sweet for the special day. The sheath silhouette and eyelash lace elevate the look to be fit for any formality and venue.
Size: 00-24W | Materials: Lace, tulle | Length: Floor-length
Not only do ruffles give a playful party feel, but the layers of lace and netting tiers look completely at home in western winery celebrations. The strapless, straight neckline keeps you cool, and it looks just as awesome when worn with a custom leather or denim jacket thrown over the top.
Size: 00-15 | Materials: Lace, cotton, nylon | Length: Floor-length
Romantic lace and vineyard views go hand-in-hand, and it’s hard to top the Philomene gown for romance-filled winery weddings. The ultra plunge illusion neckline elongates the torso, while the cap sleeves and pearl button-back give the gown a vintage feel.
Size: Contact brand | Materials: Mikado and lace | Length: Floor
High necklines are the definition of elegance, and the Tara gown from Dana Harel delivers utter opulence from every angle. Chantilly lace forms the fitted sleeves and neckline while an A-line silk gown, featuring a daring slit, serves as the main piece.
Size: XXS-XXXL | Materials: Lace, chiffon | Length: Asymmetrical, floor-length
Flirty and fun, the Carmen gown from Grace Loves Lace is perfect for playful brides who dare to make an entrance. The high-slitted, asymmetrical hem flutters down to the floor ending in an unexpected lace train fit for the grandest of exits.
Size: 0-26W | Materials: Silk, lace | Length: Floor-length
Vintage styles are a vision in vineyards, and the luxurious Lita gown feels straight out of another era. Silk charmeuse skims the body and a gauzy, layered lace coverlet—complete with pearl beading—highlights the empire waist and trails down the flowy skirt.
What to Look for in a Winery Wedding Dress
Wineries are extremely adaptable, and chances are there’s a vineyard venue that’ll fit your overarching theme. As you’re perusing your wedding dress options, Coleman says you definitely want to take the aesthetic of your day into consideration and pay close attention to the details of the venue. Some vineyards are full of lush trees and old stone buildings, whereas others give desert vibes with sandy paths and plenty of sunshine. Pull from what the venue has to offer to find a style that feels authentic.
You’ll also want to keep the season in mind. “For a winter wedding, definitely opt for a romantic lace with sleeves, and for summer, something lighter, ethereal, and sleeveless,” Coleman suggests.
While winery wedding dresses are typically sleek with plunging necklines, luscious lace, and long trains, that doesn’t mean you’re limited to those options. You can wear any dress you’d like on your big day, so don’t be afraid to mix and match aesthetics if your dream look has a different vibe from your dream venue.
You’ll want to pay attention to the neckline, embellishments, and style of your dress to determine accessories. Consider statement earrings for higher neck gowns or an heirloom necklace if your bodice is a sweetheart. Most importantly, though, you’ll want to pick a pair of shoes that are conducive to your venue’s terrain. Many wineries have ceremony spaces outside with grass, gravel, or sand, which don’t work well with stilettos. Pay attention to where you’ll be walking on the big day to guide your shoe choice.
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Contributing writer Rachel Varina is a full-time freelancer with over 10 years of editorial experience and six years of experience in the wedding industry. Her work has been featured in Cosmopolitan, Women’s Health, Elite Daily, Betches, Zola, and The Financial Diet.