How To Dress Like Royalty on Your Wedding Day

Embrace full-fledged royal treatment when it comes to choosing your wedding day attire. From head to toe, you should feel like Queen of the Day!


We often hear regrets from brides who opt out of a little something extra up top on their wedding day – because what’s a better excuse for a floor-length veil or a bursting flower crown than the best day of your life? For this palace-ready look, wedding planner Tonya Hoopes and the gown aficionados selected a variety of headpiece accessories, from a glittering crown to a simply stunning cathedral veil.

Many out-of-the-box brides opt for a bespoke (and bepetaled) look for their big day. Here, white and blush-hued roses make a serious statement in an asymmetric flower crown arrangement.


Could there be a better place to find your perfect princess gown than at a shop named after a palace? At Versailles Atelier Bridal, glorious gowns await the royal-minded bride ready to fall in love in the mirror.

This Adria gown by Julie Vino bridal is the stuff dreams are made of. A cinched corset bodice meets dramatic angles, a tiered full ballgown skin and flouncing puff sleeves for a look full of volume and visual interest.


Step into another era in patterned bootie pumps designed by She is Cheval. Founded and designed by a girl you might know (hello, Ms. Paige) CHEVAL shoes are as special as the customer that wears them. Small batch and made in high-end facilities, CHEVAL’s premier collection strives to evoke a sense of confidence in taking fresh steps and always landing on your feet.

And with this beautiful blue pair, we’d say they met the ticket. “From the beginning, we knew we wanted to create detailed designer shoes that are distinctive, comfortable, and attainable,” says CHEVAL’s site.


“Dripping with pearls,” the ultimate phrase denoting elegance and class. This team selected a luxuriously lengthy strand of classic pearls, paired with exorbitant gold drop earrings to perfect this princess ensemble.

Get more straight-from-a-Paris-palace inspiration from this Marie Antoinette Styled Shoot, as seen in our 2024 issue.


Planning and Design: Hoopes Events,

Photography: Morgan Leigh Photography,

Venue and Desserts: Homestead Resort,

Floral: Fleur and Stems,

Rentals: Diamond Event and Tent,

Lounge Furniture: Utah Vintage Rentals,

Stationery: Ann Elizabeth Print Studio,

Gowns and Accessories: Versailles Atelier Bridal,

Hair and Makeup: Beauty by Reese,

Models:Marin Burraston, Brookelyn Tuckett, Kylie Anne

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