60 Statement Bow Wedding Ideas That Are Pretty As A Present ⋆ Ruffled

‘Tis the season for statement bow wedding ideas! Honestly, holiday pressies have nothing on these pretty little accents that have embellished everything from wedding dresses to bridal heels to bespoke cakes and accessories this year. If we’ve learned anything from watching this fun and fancy-free wedding trend turn into a bonafide design staple, it’s that the age-old adage is true: size does matter. And in this case… yup! The bigger, the better. So without further ado, I present to you the 60 statement bow wedding ideas we have not stopped talking about here in the Ruffled studio all year!

(Left) photo by Tali Photography with gown by Milla Nova; (Right) photo by Kate Ignatowski with shoes by Elihav Sasson

Statement Bows Wedding TrendPhoto by Taylor & Porter

(Left) photo by Ryann Lindsey Photography with cake by A Bakeshop; (Right) photo by Charla Storey with planning + design by The Wildflowers and florals by Max Owens Design

Statement Bows Wedding TrendPhoto + bows by Untamed Petals

(Left) photo by Jacqui Cole with gown by Carolina Herrera; (Right) photo by Lucie Studio with gown by Moira Hughes Couture

Statement Bows Wedding TrendPhoto by Megan Kelly with gown by Rasario

(Left) photo + shoes by Magda Butrym; (Right) photo + gown by Luna Bea Bride

Statement Bows Wedding TrendPhoto by Gayle Brooker with planning + design by Gathering Events

We predict a major return to the classics in the new year – and this Old Hollywood glam ensemble is leading the parade!

(Left) photo by Anna Roussos with gown by Alexia Maria; (Right) photo by Stephanie Brauer with planning + design by DM Events & Design, florals by Porcelain Vine and gown by Amsale

Statement Bows Wedding TrendPhoto by Elyse Hall Photography with planning + design by George Abrams

(Left) photo by Abby Jiu with planning by Strawberry Milk Events, bridal gown by Ersa Atelier and bridesmaid dresses by Amsale; (Right) photo by Anna Shackleford with planning + design by Whitewood Events and florals by Amy Osaba Design

Statement Wedding BowsPhoto by Maggie Braucher with gown by BW Designs Inc.

Even bow-shaped prints are finding new prominence in wedding fashion, textiles, accessories and illustrations – we may or may not have rising star, Loveshack Fancy to thank for that!

(Left) photo by The Happy Bloom with planning + design by Willow and Oak Events and shoes by Bella Belle Shoes; (Right) photo + hairbow by Lelet NY

Statement Wedding BowsPhoto by Sarah Ingram with planning + design by Whitewood Events and florals by Amy Osaba Design

(Left) photo by Joanna Fisher with cake by Lovely Cakes; (Right) photo by Julie Livingston Photography with planning + design by Willow and Oak Events and gown by Inbal Dror

Statement Wedding BowsPhoto by Laura Gordon with styling by Joy Proctor and shoes by Bella Belle Shoes

(Left) photo by Anna Gianfrate with florals + design by Ruffled Member, Designs by Ahn and gown by Chana Marelus; (Right) photo by Molly Carr Photography with shoes by Mach & Mach

Statement Wedding BowsPhoto by Sophie Kaye Photography with florals by Nava Floral

(Left) photo by Elena Popa with bow by Aura Bridalwear; (Right) photo by Anya Kernes Photography with planning by LifeEvents and gown by Eva Lendel

Statement Wedding BowsPhoto by Katie Julia with gown by Christie Nicole Bridal

(Left) photo + bow by Untamed Petals; (Right) photo by Alix Gould with planning + design by Vivian Lyttle and shoes by Bella Belle Shoes

Statement Wedding BowsPhoto by Anya Kernes Photography with planning by Parker Nichols Events and gown by Pnina Tornai

(Left) photo by Hannah Alyssa; (Right) photo by Shannon Moffit with planning by Rebecca Thomas Events and gown by Amsale

Statement Wedding BowsPhoto by Stefan Kohli with gown by Alexia Maria

(Left) photo by Bottega 53 with gown by Bencivenga; (Right) photo + shoes by Elihav Sasson

Statement Wedding BowsPhoto by Lauren Hope Photography with florals by Idle Wild Floral and bow by Untamed Petals

We just adore the versatility of statement bow wedding details. Whether it’s a shimmery embellishment for your Cinderella heels, a pièce de résistance dress moment that’s revealed during your strut down the aisle or a silky smooth accent for your elegant wedding desserts, the sky is the limit with how you can style these femme design moments.

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(Left) photo by Nitsan Raiter Fluxgold; (Right) photo by Courtney Illfield

Statement Wedding BowsPhoto by James & Jess Photography with design + florals by Tyler Speier and gown by Amsale

(Left) photo + gown by Alexia Maria; (Right) photo by Kurt Boomer with planning by Park & Grove and shoes by Tabitha Simmons

Statement Wedding BowsPhoto by Roman Ivanov with planning by Ksenia Afanasyeva and gown by Rasario

(Left) photo by Mark Bamforth Photography with planning by North & Wild and bow veil by Rebecca Ann Designs; (Right) photo by Lauren Elliott with shoes by Charlotte Mills

Statement Wedding BowsPhoto by Gayle Brooker

(Left) photo by Natalie Watson with planning + design by Jennifer Laraia, florals by Amy Osaba Design and gown by Oscar de la Renta; (Right) photo by Katie Jean Photos with planning + design by Willow House Design Co, florals by Birds of a Flower and gown by Markarian

Statement Wedding BowsPhoto + gown by Alexia Maria

(Left) photo by Taylor Jewell with gown by Alexia Maria; (Right) photo by Roman Ivanov with planning by Ksenia Afanasyeva and gown by Rasario

Statement Wedding BowsPhoto by Olivia Lopez

(Left) photo by Abby Jiu; (Right) photo by Laura Gordon with styling by Joy Proctor and shoes by Bella Belle Shoes

Statement Wedding BowsPhoto by Corbin Gurkin with planning by Augusta Cole and bow by Brock Collection

(Left) photo + gown by Alexia Maria; (Right) photo by Corey Tenold with gown by Alexia Maria

Statement Wedding BowsPhoto by Fashion Bug Blog

Call us romantics, but we’re fantasizing on the daily about happily-ever-afters with statement bow wedding decisions. And we don’t feel bad about it one bit! I’m telling you, if you want to feel crazy in love with your feminine side, then there’s no direction to go but wrapping a strong and structured silhouette with a pretty statement bow that even holiday Barbie would give a standing ovation for.

Cover Image + Barrette by Jennifer Behr