Shimmery Silver Gowns for the Second Time Around


Silver Wedding Gowns

Shimmery, silver wedding gowns are not only bridal-worthy but memory-making. If this if you second marriage, throw out the boring traditions and add a bit of sexy color into your day of attire. Take a look at our list of sassy silver wedding gowns that we’re loving and are perfect for your second walk down the aisle.

Silver Wedding Gowns

If you’re looking for just a bit of tradition, go with a gown that has the classic bridal lines with a pop of silver added in!

Silver Wedding GownsLooking for some Grecian style, try this design out!

Silver Wedding GownsThis dress screams 1920’s Great Gatsby – and we’re loving it.

Silver Wedding GownsBeads and glamor, you deserve it on your big day!

Silver Wedding Gowns More casual but still a very bridal feel, this dress is flattering to most every bride.

Silver Wedding GownsShow off your curves with this red carpet styled gown.

Silver Wedding Gowns The silver hue takes this ball gown to a whole new level of beautiful.

Silver Wedding Gowns More romantic and subtle, we love the feminine appeal of this piece.

Silver Wedding GownsAnother ball gown that speaks to a classic bride’s heart, the silver will make a bold mark on the day’s events.

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