There’s nothing quite as stunning as a goddess wedding dress on an elopement day. Something about the billowing fabric, delicate details, and whimsical feel makes these types of gowns absolutely perfect for adventurous elopements.
As an elopement photographer, I’ve seen my fair share of elopement dresses, and without fail, the ones that always stand out to me are the ones with a greek goddess-like vibe. So I’ve scoured the web to find the most beautiful goddess wedding dresses out there, and I’m sharing the details below!
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When searching for the perfect goddess wedding dress, you’ll want to look for a gown that is comfortable and easy to move around in.
This is particularly true is you’re doing any heavy adventuring on your elopement day. Look for lightweight fabrics and dress skirts that don’t constrict movement.
The goddess wedding dresses I’ve recommended in this article range from under $100 to over $2000. What you spend on yours is completely up to you, wedding rules be damned.
Yes, you can certainly get a beautiful dress on a budget, but just keep in mind that higher price tags are usually indicative of higher quality fabrics, so think about how much that matters to you on your elopement day.
So let’s jump right into these goddess wedding dresses. I’ll share my personal favorites and what I love about them. I’ll also include links to each so you can snag your dream elopement dress.
When it comes to goddess wedding dresses, my hands-down favorite dress material is chiffon. It blows so beautifully in the wind, which is perfect for adventure elopements.
Whether you’re eloping on an oceanside cliff on the California coast or the top of a mountain in the Rockies, chiffon will look epic. The blush rose color of this dress will look stunning during sunrise or sunset, too.
Lulu’s wedding dresses are such a steal, and great if you’re on a budget when shopping for your goddess wedding dress. If you like the maxi-dress length, this gown is perfect. Plus, the slit up the side makes adventuring outside that much easier.
This handmade silk and lace goddess wedding dress is a literal work of art, and hands-down one of my favorite gowns on this list for adventure elopements.
As you can see from the dress shop’s photo above, the fabric is so moveable and designed in a way that’s perfect for adventurous elopements where running in the mountains is practically a given.
The sheer, lantern sleeves on this lacey goddess wedding dress are to die for. I can already picture them catching the morning light during a sunrise adventure elopement ceremony.
If you’re looking for a dress that has the goddess vibe, while also including delicate lace detailing, this gown is perfect.
One of the things I love most about goddess wedding dresses is how they’re both comfortable and beautiful, and this one-shoulder Lulu’s midi-length gown is no different.
The textured fabric and slightly ruffled skirt ends add interest, and the midi-length has a modern look that’s totally on-brand for elopements.
This lovely dress is like a blend between an art deco style and a goddess style, and I am fully in love with it. Again, chiffon fabric is one of the best materials for elopement dresses, and that’s what this one is.
The pinched waistline is super flattering, and the loose skirt allows for maximum adventuring. And can we talk about that price? What a steal for this goddess-like gown.
If being ultra-comfortable in your dress is important, this tasseled tie-strap ankle-length elopement dress is the one.
It has a billowy-loose fabric on the skirt, which makes it easy to walk and hike in, and the tassel accents add that cute factor.
There’s something so romantic about long-sleeved lace wedding dresses, and this one is exactly that. I especially love the delicate little buttons near the wrist and the open v-shaped back to the gown.
If you want to feel like a goddess princess on your elopement day, this dress is for you.
This off-shoulder gown is the epitome of a greek goddess wedding dress. The lightweight, billowing chiffon fabric is perfect for a summertime elopement, and the loose long-sleeves will catch the wind on the top of that mountain. Talk about dreamy.
Honestly, this goddess wedding dress is the one that inspired the writing of this article. I’ve been a long-time admirer of this gown. It’s whimsical, romantic, and honestly unlike anything else I’ve ever seen.
I’m not always a fan of high-neck dresses, because it tends to look like there’s too much fabric and not enough human, but this one balances that look so perfectly. The cinched waistline helps a lot with that, too.
This off-shoulder goddess wedding dress is a total show-stopper. The cutouts on the sides and the sheer, billowing sleeves give the gown such a whimsical, unique feel that’s really unlike anything else.
This sleeveless off-shoulder number has a princess-like vibe that’s just classically beautiful. If you’re looking for a goddess wedding dress that perfectly mixes the whimsical with the traditional, this gown is a great choice.
If you want a goddess wedding dress that has a bit of a non-traditional feel to it, you’ll love this gown with purple/pink accents. It’s fun and playful while still having that soft and whimsical vibe.
Remember dress #3, the handmade silk + lace? This is the colorful version of that gown, and it’s absolutely jaw-droppingly beautiful.
Elopements are just so non-traditional by nature, and that’s part of why I think this goddess elopement gown is perfect for these types of weddings.
This goddess wedding dress takes a soft and delicate fabric and adds a little edge, with colors that make a statement. Talk about ideal for adventure elopements.
Send me back in time to Ancient Greece, so I can wear this breathtaking dress and pretend I’m a full-fledged goddess. Like, holy cow. I don’t know if I have words for this one.
Y’all, the freaking wings off the shoulders, the illusion tulle at the neckline, the partially transparent beaded bodice. My word. Three words: NEED. THIS. DRESS.
Looking for a little bling on your goddess wedding gown? This pearl-accented number is for you. It’s playful, with a tinted blush color that’s fun, while also being elopement-ready.
There’s a reason this goddess-style gown is called the Diamonds Dress. I mean, look at it! That sparkle will be quick to catch the eye (and the sunlight) on your elopement day. Talk about the perfect gown to pop against the mountains.
If you’re looking for a more minimalist look for your goddess wedding dress, this delicate off-shoulder chiffon gown with sweet white little buttons down the back is a must-see.
I love that it’s simple, yet makes a real statement with the minimalist details it incorporates. Plus, I’m a sucker for a good train (especially one that can pick up some of the dirt on the trails), and this one is lovely.
I love how timeless this long-sleeved chiffon goddess gown is. One of the perks of eloping in nature is that your wedding decor is always timeless because nature never goes out of style. And neither will this dress.
It’s lightweight, easy to move around in, and it has a lovely satin belt. You may need to get a slip to go along with it, as the entire dress is quite sheer, but that’s totally your call!
Looking for a little glam and sparkle to your Greek goddess-style wedding dress? This dress with flowy winged sleeves, glitter on the skirt, and floral lace detailing on the bodice will totally rock your world.
For all the details on what to wear to your engagement session, I’m sharing my best tips and outfits in this guide.
For advice on what shoes to wear for adventure-focused elopements in the great outdoors, head over here.
And for the A-Z on budgeting for your elopement and how it compares to big, traditional weddings, check out my full cost analysis.
As someone who also eloped, I’ve got your back in this process. You’ve got this!
Check out some of our favorite elopement and adventure wedding planning resources:
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