7 Wedding Dresses Perfect for Dancing

These dresses were made for your reception!

Updated 02/03/18

Lara Jade

Sometimes, one dress just isn’t enough. This season, we love the idea of a second wedding dress to shimmy out on the dance floor. We know, we know—you’re probably seeing fat dollar signs right now. But hear us out—do you really want a cathedral train or thick, satin sheath dress holding you back from busting a move to Bey’s latest? We think not. Luckily, thanks to the rise of the untraditional wedding dress, there are a number of dress options that were made for dancing! From free-flowing minis and twirl-worthy fringe to shimmering sequins, these dresses will have you spinning around with your spouse all night long.

Greg Finck

This little Rime Arodaky number has room to move out on the dance floor! A minimalist silhouette gets a playful touch with lace detailing flaring out at the sleeves and peeking behind an asymmetrical hemline.

Courtesy of db Studio by David’s Bridal

Does this floral appliqué db Studio by David’s Bridal dress come with the ballerina pup beside it? We hope so! With a V-neckline and A-line silhouette flaring out to a knee-length skirt, this sweet look has a serious twirl factor.

Courtesy of Galia Lahav

With sparkling silver metallic details and swinging fringe, it’s easy to imagine Galia Lahav’s “Valerian” dress out to play during the reception. Vintage loving brides, this one has your name written all over it thanks to its 1920s edge.

Lara Jade

Sequins are ultra glam, especially when they’re in the form of a midi slip dress with double tier trumpet hemline. Sachin & Babi knows how to make a bride dazzle on her big day.

Courtesy of Danielle Frankel

This babydoll dress by Danielle Frankel merges modern and vintage for a unique look, pairing a trailing cape with a flirty hemline and a Victorian inspired high neckline.

Greg Finck

Glittering beading and tiers of feathered fringe are made for the dance floor. This Alexandra Grecco beauty promises to sashay all night. Coupled with a plunging neckline, this one is a showstopper.

Courtesy of JLM Couture

Hayley Paige does it again — the “Presley” mini dress is rich in the designer’s trademark flair and penchant for florals. Dimensional embroidery in eye-catching blue and fringe sleeves bring all sorts of fun.

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