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25 Wedding Dresses Under $150—Believe It!

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For the bride who's trading her veil for a flower wreath.
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The delicate peplum gives this vintage style a more modern feel.


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Factor in the price of a slip (and yes, you do need one), and it's still way cheaper than shopping at a bridal boutique.
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A dainty beaded bodice adds just enough sparkle.
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People will assume it cost way more than you paid.
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Such a pretty skirt for dancing all night.


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A better City Hall dress doesn't exist.
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Imagine it with a bouquet of wildflowers and delicate kitten heel sandals.
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Rooftop, cruise ship and midnight Vegas I-dos, this one's for you.
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Too much extra jewelry will compete with the bodice; instead, do a intricate braided updo.
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How to wear a wedding gown in summer without dying of heat.
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Cascading pleats look so elegant in pictures.


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The quintessential choice for on-the-beach vows.
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Has the impact of a full length train without all the tripping.


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For showing off crazy-good shoes.
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Because strapless sweetheart necklines aren't for everyone.
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Keep it simple and elegant with loose, fuss-free hair.


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The closest one gets to a bridal LBD.
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It's impossible to go wrong with such an iconic shape.
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With black ankle strap sandals, something worth wearing after the big day, too.
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This shade of ivory would look especially nice with rose gold accessories.
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What Aphrodite would wear to her wedding. (Okay, and every other day of the week, too.)
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Covered in gleaming embroidery, this picks up light in the loveliest way.


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Ideal for affairs with twee, home-y details, like triangle flag pendents and cocktails served in mason jars.

Digital Writer

Paying thousands upon thousands of dollars for a hand-beaded, $200-per-yard silk, Disney princess-worthy wedding dress is basically like buying a really expensive closet decoration. The bigger, pouffier and more decadent the gown, the slimmer the chances are that there's any real use for it past the big day; so yeah…that fancy style with the ten foot long train you might downgrade your venue for? It's destined to collect dust in a garment bag while taking away valuable space from your regular, non-tulle lined clothes.

Really, the wiser move is to get one of the just as pretty, much more affordable under $150 options below and put all the cash you save toward a killer honeymoon/extra cake/kickass bridal accessories you'll actually use throughout your married life. I've included everything from romantic styles with floor-sweeping skirts, to flowy bohemian slips that can be worn again after the big day, to vintage-y fit-and-flares worthy of City Hall vows—so whatever look you're going for, there's no excuse not to save money on it. Click through the slideshow to find your perfect i-do dress for a reasonable price now.

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