8 Celestial Inspired Wedding Dresses

Stargazing has never been so bright

Updated 10/31/17

We’ve been doing some stargazing as of late, and what we’ve found will blow the Big Dipper straight into another galaxy. Seriously, the Milky Way pales in comparison to some of these celestial-inspired wedding dresses. There’s no need for a telescope to see the beauty in the astronomical notes that underlie Galia Lahav’s cosmo confections or the starry night that is the aptly named Orion dress by Willowby by Watters. Designers are boarding the spaceship to bring back constellations to brides, and let’s just say that some interstellar inspiration goes a long way—light years, in fact! From the spacey and the futuristic to the moons and the stars, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite wedding dresses that are out of this world—all glittering like the night sky, of course.

Courtesy of Willowby by Watters

With enchanting, floating golden translucent layers adorned with silver and metallic star appliques, Willowby by Watters’s Orion dress is a mesmerizing ode to the starry night sky, perfect for the sultry goddess bride.

Courtesy of Galia Lahav

The ethereal romance in this sparkling white and silver Galia Lahav brings to life a hint of winter night’s magic thanks to star appliques. A plunging neckline with illusion fabric adds a bit of sexy while keeping it classy.

Courtesy of Jaclyn Jordan

Jaclyn Jordan’s glistening Edith dress gives the illusion of silver moons and constellations dancing across its fluid silhouette, complemented by a crisp V-neckline and long sleeves that create a modern space-age bodice.

Courtesy of Joanna August

Simple in style, but stunning in detail, this Joanna August strapless A-line has some serious rose gold allure. Blush tulle flaunting scattered gold stars is just what the whimsical bride ordered.

Courtesy of Galia Lahav

Galia Lahav was certainly looking skyward for its GALA Collection, creating yet another heavenly masterpiece in the shape of a star-studded wrap dress boasting sheer, structured sleeves with pointed shoulders for a slightly futuristic feeling.

Courtesy of JLM Couture

Hayley Paige’s “Clapton” bandeau top and high-waist palazzo pant gets a bit of galaxy love with mirrored-cut glass that dazzles like twilight for a chic, easy feel. We’re pretty sure this is one of the comfiest wedding outfits we’ve ever seen!

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Fine webs of threading and shimmering sequins create a constellation-like look that brings the Milk Way alive in this dreamy white-on-white Julie Vino. Illusion fabric and full pleated skirt give the cosmos a feminine spin.

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This celestial sheath by Savannah Miller features star-shaped embellishments over a light and airy tulle, spaghetti straps, and a satiny bodice. A matching bolero proves that there is no such thing as too much starry sparkle.

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