The style and sass of a short gown.
The style and sass of a short gown.
The style and sass of a short gown.
The style and sass of a short gown.

The style and sass of a short gown.

Photo Ashleigh Haase. Gown Siss Studio.


Gone are the days when wedding gowns had to be floor-length to make a statement. Today’s fashion-conscious brides are embracing the chic, playful elegance of short wedding gowns, and we are absolutely here for it!

Short wedding gowns are not just a nod to modern fashion; they exude a sassy charm that’s impossible to resist. Perfect for the bride who loves to blend tradition with a contemporary twist, these gowns allow for movement, comfort, and a whole lot of personality. From mid-length silhouettes to flirty mini-dresses, the options are as diverse as they are delightful.

Short gowns offer fresh versatility, giving dance floor freedom and allowing you to show off stunning statement footwear, making them a versatile choice for any wedding style – from a casual beach bash to a sophisticated city soirée.

Moreover, short gowns are ideal for brides who want to make a dramatic entrance and then switch up their look for the reception. Pair a stunning short dress with a long veil or a statement jacket, and you’ve got an ensemble that’s both fashion-forward and utterly unforgettable.

So, if you’re a bride with an eye for style and a penchant for breaking the mould, consider stepping out in a short wedding gown. It’s a bold, beautiful choice that’s sure to leave a lasting impression.

Read on for some of our favourite looks of the moment.

Photo Chloe May. Gown Luci Di Bella.


Photo Ashleigh Haase. Gown Eliya the Label.


Emily wore a stunning Toni Maticevski gown. See more of her real wedding, photographed by Tess Follett.


Brenton and Madison‘s real wedding is a chic vision, beginning with her Van Der Kooij gown. Photographed by Maegan Brown Moments.


Hannah was party-perfect in her Self Portrait gown, captured by Katie Harmsworth.


Chloe wore Rachel Gilbert for her celebration, captured by Chloe May.


Zara wore a custom Kyha gown, photographed by Miranda Stokkel.


Louise wore JAton, captured by Siempre Weddings.


Rachel is pure style in her Elly Sofocli gown, captured by Chloe May.


Photographed by Allume Weddings, Georgia was fresh elegance in her Stone Cold Fox gown.


Amalia’s gorgeous gown is by Rebecca Vallance. Captured by Merve Togan.


Looking for more fashion inspiration? Check out our curation of the newest trend on the bridal catwalks – the drop waist silhouette (as seen on Call Her Daddy’s Alex Cooper).

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