How To Get A Wedding Dress – Rental

1. Rent the Runway: You may know Rent the Runway as your awesome source for renting a dress for a big night out or a friend’s wedding, but if you’re looking for a less traditional wedding dress you can definitely find something here. RTR carries sizes from 0 to 22, and you’re paying a fraction of the price since you’re “renting” your dream dress for four or eight days. Even better, they’ll send you two sizes and/or a backup dress. You can also find jewelry or other accessories and receive your dress as early as the next day if you’re in a real time crunch. They also have studios where you can try on the dresses in person in New York, Las Vegas, Chicago and Washington DC.

Get A Wedding Dress - Rental

2. Borrowing Magnolia: Here’s a fun option for renting wedding dresses that actually offers in-home try-on options. You can browse the modeled dresses online and ship one to your home to try on for a small fee of $35. If you love it, rent it. If not, browse some more. Now if only we could do this for bridesmaids dresses

Get A Wedding Dress - Rental

3. Gossamer: If a vintage ethereal gown is your dream wedding dress, then look no further than Gossamer. You can rent two weeks before your wedding date to ensure availability, however you should inquire about dates first before placing your order. If you want to rent your dress a little longer to make sure it is a perfect fit, that’s an option too.