Photo/Dress: Kirsten Miccolli/Elaya Vaughn
It’s that season again…the season of the witch. So, we thought we’d celebrate with some witchy wedding gowns that would be perfect for a Halloween wedding. No matter how committed you are to the aesthetic, we’ve got something in here for witchy brides of all kinds, from celestial beading to black velvet and some straight-up pentagrams. Scroll at your own risk because just one look at some of these stunners and you’ll be under their spell.
Photo/Dress: Joanne Fleming
Photo/Dress: Vera Wang
This structural gown by Vera Wang, paired with this interesting take on a juliet-cap veil is reading modern oracle and we love.
Photo/Dress: Reem Acra
Maybe it's this killer headpiece, but this look by Reem Acra, with its super flattering capelet and mantilla veil, is serving Día de Los Muertos.
Photo/Dress: Loho Bride/ Danielle Frankel
This sexy satin gown by Danielle Frankel, with its cold shoulder moment, would be perfect for a twilight ceremony.
Photo/Dress: Kirsten Miccoli/Elaya Vaughn
Stop any trespassers in their tracks in this sheer beaded number from Elaya Vaughn.
Photo/Dress: Alexander McQueen
But for real, this look from Alexander McQueen has always given us The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe vibes.
Photo/Dress: Rue De Seine
Stevie Nicks would totally rock this bell-sleeved beauty from Rue De Seine. It comes in all ivory but we love this touch of blood-red for Halloween.
Photo: Chana Marelus
The black sequin design on this gown by Cocomelody would flatter just about every figure and, paired with this black tulle cape, you'd be unstoppable.
Photo/Dress: Flora & Lane
From the off the shoulder sleeves to the astrological-inspired embroidery, this black gown is truly out of this world.
Photo/Dress: Millia London
Your wedding is the one event that you don't have to dress practical for. So, live it up with this gorgeous tulle confection by Millia London.
Photo/Dress: Leanne Marshall
Good luck to anyone who stumbles upon your island in this billowing chiffon gown by Leanne Marshall.
Photo/Dress: Carol Hannah
Only a good witch could rock this enchanting chiffon gown by Carol Hannah.