Home Dresses & style Wedding dresses Beautiful Church Wedding Dresses return to landing page 1 of 16 Cabotine at Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week Embrace your curves and shimmy down the aisle in this slinky number from Spanish brand Cabotine. Reminsicent of Pippa Middleton's bridesmaid gown from the royal wedding in 2011, it's certainly a showstopper for brides who want to adhere to Church tradition of keeping their shoulders covered, whilst rejecting the bigger dress. Accessorise with a cathedral length veil for a touch of tradition.Don't know your cathedral from your birdcage? You need to read our easy guide to choosing your wedding veil Carotene at Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week Chic sleeves and a slightly flared skirt are a match made in w-day heaven. This stunning gown from Cabotine oozes Grace Kelly's timeless style, and would look great with a pair of glitzy statement earrings. Cristina Tamborero at Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week Don't shy away from subtle sparkle on the big day - you can still glitter whilst dressing respectfully! This Cristina Tamborero gown boasts delicate lace and sequin embroidery, whilst the empire line is super flattering and means you can still indulge on some extra wedding cake without worrying about a bulge. Happy days!READ MORE: Gorgeous Nearly Naked Wedding Cakes Cymbeline at Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week One of the key things to remember for a church wedding is to keep your shoulders under wraps. This beautiful embroidered Cymbeline gown looks amazing teamed with this couture inspired cape, which adds drama to the look while still adhering to tradition. Better still, the cape can be whipped off for the evenings events to reveal the gorgeous dress underneath - two for the price of one!REVEALED: The Top 15 Wedding Dance Floor Fillers Inmaculada Garcia at Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week It's all about the details with this stunning floor length number from Inmaculada Garcia. The slight peplum at the waist enhances your curves, whilst the high neck and flared cuffs is reminiscent of vintage Victorian style. We'd finish this style with a beautiful veil - check out our reasons to wear one here. Jesus Piero at Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week The rich material of this Jesus Piero gown is enough to fill any bride to be with joy. With beautiful floral features and a subtle sheer panel on the bodice, it's a stunning dress that would look incredible sweeping down the aisle. Wear with a floating veil or cosy cover up to stay in line with religious rules. Pronovias at Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week There's something incredibly beautiful and a lace bridal gown, and this Pronovias dress is the pinnacle of this. The fabulous embroidery is charming, and would look amazing at a chic, city church or owning the aisle in a huge, gothic cathedral. Wear with a cool updo to ensure all eyes on the dress. Rosa Clara at Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week This Rosa Clara gown has church wedding written all over it. The sophisticated, Spanish style is perfect for a regal ceremony, whilst the scalloped lace neckline adds a modern twist to the look. Accessorise with a tiara for a style fit for a princess. YolanCris at Barcelona Bridal Fashion Week When it comes to hitting trends, this YolanCris gown ticks all of the boxes. Featuring floral embroidery, scattered sparkles and a slightly plunged neckline, the dress is the perfect pick for the modern bride. The floor-length veil adds extra coverage and texture to the look - just check out the criss-cross sequinned design! READ MORE: Poppy Dover On The Biggest Trends To Watch For 2017 Ines di Santo at New York Bridal Market Ines di Santo's gowns are internationally renowned for their incredible design, and this gown is proof of why. Why not decorate your décolletage with a pretty pendant (Pandora have some great pieces) or dazzle with some incredible sparkly danglers? Jenny Packham Sequins meet tulle and sheer panels for a dreamy w-day dress that would look incredible at a church wedding. Sparkle is Jenny Packham's forte, and this gown has just the right amount to work for both the ceremony and the reception. Love glitter? You'll love this sparkling wedding style Reem Acra at New York Bridal Market Creator of the worlds most expensive wedding dress, Reem Acra is no stranger to an incredible bridal gown. We think this floral detail, illusion sleeved dress is a winning choice for brides who want the traditional church wedding gown whilst keeping their style very much in the twenty first century. We'd team this with a bold berry lip to add extra sass to the look. Viktor and Rolf Mariage How sensational is this Viktor and Rolf gown? The shape is similar to Miranda Kerr's recent showstopper, and if it's good enough for a former Victoria Secret model, then it's certainly good enough for us! The joy of larger skirts is that they look incredible on every bride, regardless of shape or size. Check out our handy guide to dresses to suit each body shape if you're still umm-ing and ahh-ing over what style to go for. Anny Lin Fancy feathers are always a hit in our eyes, and teamed with long sleeves and delicate lace creates a gown perfect for a church wedding. Any Lin have styled their look with a pretty floral headpiece - watch these compulsively watchable hair tutorials to see how you can style yours. Alan Hannah Alan Hannah have designed the perfect gown for church and party here, with the removable jacket ensuring you adhere to the rules of your religious setting, but with the option of releasing your shoulders for the evening events. Accessorise with a statement pair of Manolo Blahnik bridal shoes - Carrie Bradshaw, eat your heart out! More wedding ideas Missguided's Wedding Dresses are Perfect for Brides on a Budget Cute Bride-to-be Pyjamas you're going to Love Real Wedding: A Classic and Elegant Day with a Phillipa Lepley Wedding Dress Twin-centre honeymoon ideas to fall in love with Share on Pinterest Email to a friend Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on Google Plus Tags: wedding dresses Comments Oops – nothing in this comment! Sorry, we couldn't post your comment right now. Can you try again later?