9 Corset Wedding Gowns We Love

Last month reports surfaced in the British tabloids that Netflix, home to the steamy Regency-era costume drama, Bridgerton, would ban corsets on its shows. If it’s hard to imagine seducing a duke without wearing a corset, never fear — Netflix has denied the corset ban rumors, and the snatched-and-lifted look is here to stay. In fact, corsets have long been the foundation for many bridal styles, and wedding gowns with corset details are some of our favorites. Here are some truly alluring corset gowns for your wedding day.


Ines di Santo Libra gown

A tall woman with long wavy brown hair wears a blush and lilac floral satin jacquard corset bodice ballgown wedding dress
Photo Courtesy of Ines di Santo

A dramatic couture wedding dress, Ines di Santo’s Libra gown has a fully boned, structured corset bodice accented with sheer illusion paneling. The snatched waistline is accentuated by a ballgown skirt and detachable belted peplum in blush and lilac floral jacquard satin. Finished with a horsehair trimmed hem to create an architectural look, the peplum and train expand almost 9 feet for an unforgettable walk down the aisle. “What I adore most about Libra is the corset as it’s quite unique with its structure,” designer Ines di Santo says. “And like its namesake of the scales, it balances romance because of its color and fabric design, with the regality of a ballgown skirt.”

$7,490 at Roma Sposa


Dany Tabet Carmen gown

A tall woman with a wispy brown ponytail stands among many vases of flowers wearing a lace corset bodice gown with 3D lace appliques
Photo Courtesy of Dany Tabet

Part of Dany Tabet’s Belle Fleur collection, the ultra-romantic Carmen gown has a corset bodice with exposed boning, a soft A-line skirt, and 3D lace appliques. It’s a graceful, elegant gown with dreamy details that would flatter any bride. “Carmen is so delicate and romantic,” says Beloved Bridal owner Ashley Sheehan. “The layering of laces plays to the feminine aesthetic, while the exposed boning gives it a hint of sexy. The mix of hard and soft, plus the perfect slim A-line, makes this a stunning option.”

$2,429 at Beloved Bridal


Maggie Sottero Byron gown

A black woman with full natural curls stands with her back to the camera, wearing a wedding gown with a lace-up corset back and train
Photo Courtesy of Maggie Sottero

The Byron gown from Maggie Sottero features a beautiful ballantine crepe chiffon fabric, a classic sweetheart neckline, sequined lace motifs along the bodice, and a stretch jersey lining. You can also choose between a zipper and button loop backing or an on-trend lace-up corset backing. “This simple sheath style would be perfect for the classic bride who wants easy movement and simplistic charm for her wedding gown,” says Becker’s Bridal Social Media Manager Cayla Johnson. “Plus, the option to include a corset backing offers an extra level of comfort because you can choose the level of tightness in your corset lacing.”

$1,600-$1,800 at Becker’s Bridal


CHOSEN by Kyha Ziva gown

A woman with sleek brown hair stands on a beach wearing a tulle wrapped corset bodice wedding gown with a column skirt and ruched tulle off-the-shoulder sleeves
Photo Courtesy of Kyha Studios

Perfect for a fashion forward, minimalist bride, the CHOSEN by Kyha Ziva gown has a structured corset bodice with a soft sweetheart neckline wrapped in hand-draped tulle. Finished with ruched off-the-shoulder tulle sleeves, it’s a flawless gown made for a modern bride. Ashley Sheehan of Beloved Bridal says, “We love Ziva because it has a timeless silhouette and is elevated by the mix of texture with the silk and pleated tulle. It is perfect for the bride who wants a modern, fashion forward look that she will still love 30 years from now.”

$4,595 at Beloved Bridal


Woná Concept Winter gown

A woman with long brown hair stands in front of a stone building wearing a fitted sheath wedding gown beaded with sequins and exposed boning in the corset bodice.
Photo Courtesy of Woná Concept

The Winter gown by Woná Concept is a fitted sheath gown beaded with sequins and exposed boning in the bodice. The dress comes with removable off-the-shoulder sleeves and a bolero wrap with an attached tulle cape. “This gown is extra special because you can take off the bolero wrap, cape and sleeves and have an entirely different dress underneath,” says Sandra Moua, owner of La Soiree Bridal in Kalamazoo. “It’s essentially a two-in-one look on your wedding day, and we think this dress is perfect for a winter wedding here in Michigan!”

$3,975 at La Soiree Bridal


Stella York Style 7573 gown

A curvy woman with long brown hair stands in a field wearing a lace corset bodice wedding gown with a full tulle skirt and sheer balloon sleeves
Photo Courtesy of Stella York

Free spirited and utterly romantic, style 7573 by Stella York is a dreamy boho wedding gown with a sheer lace, deep plunging neckline corset bodice with detachable blouson sleeves and a sweeping tulle A-line skirt. “Boho brides are going to float down the aisle in this magical gown,” says Sue Rosenberger, store owner of True Society in Grand Rapids. “There are so many details to swoon over, from the corsetry elements, which are a big trend in bridal, to the graphic lace and bold sleeves — sure to make a statement. This romantic dress is available in plus sizes, so all brides can bring their wedding day vision to life.”

Inquire for pricing at True Society


Eva Lendel Astoria gown

A tall woman with pulled back brown hair stands in a ballroom wearing a sweetheart neckline corset bodice dress with balloon sleeves, floral appliques and a soft tulle skirt
Photo Courtesy of Eva Lendel

Eva Lendel’s delicate Astoria gown has a strapless corset bodice and long tulle train. “The Astoria dress is one of our most romantic dresses in the boutique with its lace corset bodice, unique sleeves and tulle skirt,” says La Soiree Bridal’s Sandra Moua. “This dress is perfect for a castle or ballroom wedding and brides love the subtle 3D florals, which give it a whimsical feel.”

$4,105 at La Soiree Bridal


Pronovias Lucrezia gown

A tall woman wearing a beaded tiara stands in a ballroom wearing a heavily adorned strapless corset bodice wedding gown with geometric and floral beaded embroidery
Photo Courtesy of Pronovias

The Lucrezia gown by Pronovias is romantic with a modern edge thanks to the mix of floral and geometric embroidery. The heavily adorned strapless bodice features an inner corset and push-up cups for a perfect décolleté, and it’s an instant favorite at Piera’s Bridal Couture in Shelby Township. “Pronovias Lucrezia is a brand-new dress that totally blew us away,” says Manager/Buyer Piera Sbrocca. “The embroidery on this dress is truly one-of-a-kind with a mix of art-deco geometric designs and beautiful floral details. This dress is light as air and sparkles from top to bottom!”

$4,300 at Piera’s Bridal Couture


Lazaro Marcelle gown

A woman with a brown ponytail wears a wedding gown with a french corset bodice and a petal textured full a-line skirt
Photo Courtesy of Lazaro

The Marcelle gown from Lazaro is a stunning ballgown with a French corset bodice and petal textured skirt adorned with organza flowers and crystals. There are also small organza petals at the sweetheart neckline bringing the softness from the skirt to the top of the dress. “Marcelle is perfect for the bride looking for soft drama — a soft and feminine gown that will make a huge statement,” says Piera Sbrocca of Piera’s Bridal Couture. “Also, that French corset bodice gives the perfect snatched waist!”

$7,800 at Piera’s Bridal Couture

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