Some More of Our Favorite Wedding Gowns From The David Tutera Collection


A personal favorite of the bunch, be a bit daring in a gown that's been dipped in golden prints.

David Tutera mixes romantic flavor, feminine shapes and traditional value into each of his designs. We’re loving his use of color and infusion of vintage spirit too.  And here are some of our favorites.

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