Pair silhouette styles with your dream venue to find the perfect fit from Savannah’s bridal boutiques
ON THE WATERFRONT
Whether in the sand, on a dock or overlooking the marsh, a waterfront ceremony calls for light and airy layers that will sway with the ocean breeze.
If you’re staying close to Savannah, consider The Wyld Dock Bar, HollyOaks on the Marsh or Beaulieu.
A striking Maggie Sottero mermaid bridal gown with a plunging neckline, above, is available at both Ivory & Beau or J’Adore Bridal, while Love Curvy Bridal offers this airy A-line gown by Allure Bridal with lace appliqués. Pair with the headpiece from En Vogue Bridal Accessories, also available at Love Curvy Bridal, to complete the look.
With ornate columns, imperial staircases, crystal chandeliers and hidden gardens with marble sculptures, historic estates are full of drama. Consider a gown with defined structure and elegant details that complement the architecture of the venue.
Make your grand entrance at one of the Lowcountry’s most storied estates, such as The Olde Pink House, The Reynolds Mansions at Sapelo Island, The Harper Fowlkes House or The Gastonian.
This Innocentia gown from Camellia Bridal is replete with ruffles to bring that “wow” factor while also making you feel like royalty. At J’Adore Bridal, reveal your feminine side in this Justin Alexandar Signature gown with a statement-making bow.
MODERN + INDUSTRIAL
Renovated warehouses balance historic character and charm with a modern aesthetic. A sexy and sleek gown is only enhanced when juxtaposed against exposed brick walls, wood floors and open ceilings.
If you like this look, Charles H. Morris Center, Georgia State Railroad Museum and Savannah Station should be on your list of venues to scout.
Try this chic strapless option by Madison James at Love Curvy Bridal. And minimalistic certainly doesn’t mean boring with this backless favorite by Made with Love at Ivory & Beau, far right.
Artistic, free- spirited and bold, anything goes for the avant-garde bride — and the more unique, the better. Express yourself with colors, patterns or other unexpected elements.
A more whimsical setting such as SCAD’s Pei Ling Chan Gallery, Soho South Cafe, Art Tank at Cohen’s Retreat or The Mansion on Forsyth Park — just to name a few — may be the right fit for you.
For her September 2021 wedding to Frank Mozingo at The Westin Savannah Harbor Golf Resort & Spa, Adrienna wore designer Leanne Marshall’s watercolor-inspired Twyla gown.