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Game of Thrones wedding dress style inspiration

Steal some wedding dress style from Khaleesi herself

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Game of Thrones wedding dress style inspiration for a Westeros-worthy big day
We're loving these Westerosi wedding dresses

We all know Game of Thrones weddings are rarely a success (pigeon pie anyone?), but despite the (spoiler alert!) gruesome on screen antics, we can’t help but swoon at the seriously amazing GoT wedding dresses... 

So, whether you’re coveting Khaleesi’s silver goddess gown, or Sansa’s winter wonder, we’ve found some beautiful lookalike wedding dresses to give you that epic Game of Thrones style - without the bloodshed.

GEEKY WEDDING IDEAS FOR YOUR INNER NERD

Sansa Stark wedding dress

For her first wedding to Lord Tyrion, Sansa complemented her trademark red hair with masses of flowing gold brocade (well, she was marrying a Lannister after all).


Sansa image: Pinterest

We love the gold floral details and flattering V-neckline of the Octavia, Stephanie Allin dress (right). Add a gold lion necklace and a rich velvet cloak and you’re ready for the Red Keep.

Daenerys Targaryen wedding dress

For her marriage to Dothraki lord, Khal Drogo, Daenerys wore a gorgeous Empire line gown with halter neckline and amazing cuff details. We love the floaty, boho look – perfect for a relaxed summer wedding or a sunset ride through the Great Grass Sea.


Daenerys image: Pinterest

The Mia dress from Anna Campbell (right) has an equally relaxed feel and the cold-shoulder details echo the dragon queen’s metallic cuffs.

The Anaïs dress from Alexandra Grecco (centre) offers a more pared back take on the Targaryen styling. Now where can we get a long silver wig with on-fleek braids?

Margaery Tyrell wedding dress

For her wedding to King Joffrey, Margaery pulled out all the stops (well, it was a royal wedding after all) with a couture dove grey gown with keyhole back, intricate Tyrell-rose embellishment and endless train.


Margaery image: Pinterest

Marge’s gown really was all about the roses, and it seems she set a trend, as floral appliqués are HUGE this year. We just love this incredible Galia Lahav gown (centre) with seductive back laces.

If you really want to sweep down the aisle, this Julie Vino gown (right) will have the whole of King’s Landing talking.

Sansa Stark wedding dress number two

Winter is definitely coming, but luckily Sansa knows how to style it out, with a cosy-yet-pretty gown for her outdoor wedding to Ramsay Bolton (stop, don’t do it Sansa!).


Sansa image: Pinterest

We love Sansa’s practical fur stole and the Ebony gown from Halfpenny London (right) looks equally chic with a big bit of faux. Those floral touches will look enchanting with a weirwood backdrop too.

Prefer the white raven look? This feather stole and lace Temperley London jumpsuit (centre) is perfect for a November city wedding – or fighting white walkers – whichever.

Margaery Tyrell wedding dress number two

Margaery isn’t, sorry wasn’t, (still not over it) your average future-queen, so it’s no surprise she bypassed traditional white and went straight for rich red and gold for her third marriage.


Margaery image: Pinterest

This red sequinned Eliza Jane Howell gown (right) is statement enough for a future ruler and that V-neckline shows just the right amount of cleavage (obvs).

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