Anthropologie's Bridal Brand, BHLDN, Will Whisk You Away With Its Elegant Gowns

There's nothing more striking than a bride on her wedding day, and with all eyes on the happy couple, it's important that their dreamy day is as picturesque as they imagined. Therefore, before the big "I do," there's one specific, instrumental decision to be made that, to some, is just as tolling as the rest of the planning: the dress. Whether your wedding takes place on a beautiful beach in Mexico or in an astounding temple, there's no moment, place, or decoration that's more breathtaking than the reveal of the bride. Luckily, Anthropologie's bridal brand, BHLDN, understands all bridal styles, designs, and prices. Take one step closer to making your dreams a reality and have a peek at these gorgeous dresses ahead!

Opaline Ballgown

The lustrous satin and v-neckline make the Opaline Ballgown ($1,450) a magnificent dress option.

Bacall Gown

The quarter sleeves and bateau neckline make the Bacall Gown ($900) a beautiful conservative option.

Houston Gown

Beam and glisten into every room you ($2,000, originally $3,995).

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