Inspired by modern brides like Solange Knowles and Hilary Duff, wedding capes is awesome to add a dramatic effect to your bridal dress. Although it is a contemporary embellishment, it can still look classic with traditional features.

To some brides, capes have become an alternative to veils. Depending on your preference, it could be something minimalist like a sheer or the tulle-type if you’re not seeking too much attention. Or you can put on a bold design with bright colours, long length and a hood.

Besides, if your wedding is held during the winter or at cold places, it is practical and a stylish way to keep you feeling warm.

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Dakota Cape by Stephanie Allin |
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Wedding Cape Alice and Mae Bridal |
Photography Cassidy Carson |
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Photography With Love by Georgie |
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Bridal cape by All About Romance |
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Photography Remain in Light |
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Wedding Cape Sinders Bridal House |
Photography Laura Fenny |
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Wedding Cape Alyssa Kristin |
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Wedding Cape Jaclyn Jordan |
Photography Alice Ahn |
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Embroidered Silk Cape by Gibson Bespoke |
Photography Ashley Kekuva
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Photography Gabbie Burseth |
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Bridal cape Victoria Robson Bridal |
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Wedding Cape & Hood Alina Druta Bridal
Photography Sofia Golovinsky
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Wedding Cape Veil Trends |
Jumpsuit Ivy & Aster |
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Wedding Cape Les Merveilleuses |
Photo Pretty Little Fawn |
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Wedding Cape & Hood Mary Had A Little Lace