31 Camo Wedding Dresses and Bridesmaid Dresses

Looking for a camo wedding dress? We’ve got all the info you need to find the camo dress of your dreams.
by Libby Maccarthy
  1. Bride wearing a camo wedding dress
    photo by Kierstan Correnti Photography

    Every bride wants to look beautiful on her wedding day, but that doesn't mean you have to follow tradition (lace isn't for everyone after all). If blending in isn't quite what you had in mind, this is the perfect time to show off your sense of style, because no one wants to look back at their wedding photos and think, "That was so not me!" And if you're a little more country girl than debutante, we say ditch the traditional big white dress altogether and opt for something a little more outside the box—we're talking bold prints and unexpected color. Think: camo wedding dresses.

    Whether you've been dreaming of walking down the aisle in our favorite Realtree camo pattern for years or have been toying with the idea of throwing a camo-chic shindig, adding a little camo into the mix is sure to make for a one-of-a-kind wedding. But camouflage wedding dresses aren't the only way to incorporate this favorite print—from camo bridesmaid dresses to camo heels and wedding rings, the options are endless. Don't know where to start? We've got you covered. Keep on reading for all the must-know info to help you walk down the aisle in camo formal style.


    A Quick Camo Overview

    From snow camo to Realtree camo and everything in between, there are almost as many camo patterns as there are shades of white. Below are some of the most common camo patterns available.

  2. 11 different patterns of camo

    Hunting Camouflage

    Hunting camouflage is used by hunters to blend into their surroundings by mimicking a specific type of environment. This type of camouflage uses earth tones as the base color overlaid with images of tree branches, leaves and other types of vegetation, although other colors, like pink and orange, are common as well. Hunting camouflage is a common camo wedding dress fabric.

    Military Camouflage

    Unlike hunting camouflage, which is characterized by complex and detailed images of vegetation, military camouflage uses intricate patterns and color combinations to render the wearer invisible or difficult to detect.

    1. Army Camo

    Army camo can refer to two very different styles of camouflage. There's a more traditional concept of camouflage, which is actually woodland camo and the original camouflage used by the armed forces (see description above). It can also refer to the digital camouflage pattern currently used by the military. This camo pattern is characterized by a series of seven colors, earth tones ranging from cream to olive and dark brown, organized into a pixelated design.

    2. Realtree Camo

    Realtree Camo is a popular brand hunting camouflage known for its wide range of patterns that have a unique, three-dimensional appearance and mimic a variety of different terrain.

    3. Predator Camo

    Like Realtree camo, Predator camo is a brand of hunting camouflage. Instead of three-dimensional patterns, predator camo uses an open pattern technology, making it difficult to focus on your figure. The patterns are designed for a range of different outdoor environments and are characterized by bold, irregular layering of images of leaves, branches and other vegetation.

    4. and 5. Pink Camo

    For camo that feels distinctly feminine, but still edgy, pink camo is perfect. From 3-D graphic patterns with realistic vegetation to the the classic woodland style, almost every camo pattern on the market comes in a shade of pink.

    6. Digital Camo

    Digital camouflage is a modern camo pattern designed using computer algorithms to generate micro- and macro-patterns that have a pixelated appearance. The Universal Camouflage Pattern, the official camouflage of the US armed forces up until 2014, is an example of digital camouflage.

    7. Desert Camo

    Made to blend into the desert landscape, this type of military camo uses what is known as a chocolate chip or six-color desert pattern. The base of the desert camouflage pattern is a light tan overlaid with broad swathes of pale green and two-tone bands of brown. Clusters of black and white spots are scattered throughout the pattern and are intended to mimic the appearance of pebbles and their shadows. This style of camo is less common in day-to-day life than many of the other camo patterns.

    8. Woodland Camo

    The most quintessential of all camo patterns, when you think camo, this is probably what you envision. Woodland camo has become fairly mainstream and is the go-to camo pattern for the fashion industry. This type of camouflage uses a four-color, high-contrast, disruptive pattern with irregular markings and earthy neutral tones (sand, brown, green and black) derived from nature. Woodland camo was originally used by the US armed forces between 1981 and 2006.

    9. Urban Camo

    As the name would suggest, this type of camo is made to mimic urban terrain. Used more in fashion than out in the field, especially in menswear, urban camo has the same high-contrast disruptive pattern as woodland camo, substituting shades of gray and black for woodland's green and brown hues.

    10. Tiger Stripe Camo

    With a pattern closely resembling tiger stripes, from which it earns its name, tiger stripe camo is designed for dense jungle environments and was used by the US during the Vietnam War. The pattern comprises overlapping brush strokes in shades of green, brown and black that mimic those found on a tiger.

    11. Snow Camo

    Designed for snowy landscapes, snow camo has a white base as opposed to more traditional camo styles, which use green or brown hues to form patterns. Like other camo patterns, snow camo incorporates seasonal (winter) vegetation into the foreground, such as branches, sage and leaves in lighter, more muted tones. The white color makes it a popular choice for wedding dresses, especially for brides who want to stand out without veering too far from tradition.


    Camo Wedding Dresses

    Now that you're familiar with all the various types of camo on the market, it's time to go shopping.

    Once you've decided to take the camo wedding dress plunge, there are a couple things you'll need to consider. Fit and style are hugely important when choosing a wedding gown, but a bridal consultant will be able to help you discover the cuts and fabrics that are most flattering for your figure. If you plan on buying your dress from an online retailer, we recommend visiting a salon beforehand to get measured and try on a few dresses to familiarize yourself with the fit, feel and look of different fabrics and styles. If you don't have a bridal salon in your area that carries camo wedding dresses, see if the designer you plan on ordering from can send you a sample before you make your purchase. Fit and design vary from one designer to another, so what you try on at a salon might be different from what you order online, even if they appear to be similar.

    Beyond fit and silhouette, it's all about the details. What that means for you is choosing a camo pattern you love and deciding on just how much of the print you actually want to wear. Can't get enough camo? Go for a ball gown with a Realtree camo overlay. Looking for something slightly more subtle? Traditional white wedding dresses with camo detailing, like front inserts or camo trains, are for you. Or, you can save the camo for the reception and go classic for the ceremony and then slip into a fun and flirty camo dress for the after-party.

  3. Pink Camo Wedding Dresses

    4 pink camo wedding dresses

    Brides looking for camo that feels both flirty and feminine will find it in pink camo. Mossy Oak, True Timber and Realtree Pink Camo are the most commonly used patterns and come in a light pink hue. Looking for a more military-inspired style? Talk to your local bridal salon about a custom creation or adding camo accents to your gown.

    1. Simple and sleek, this A-line gown by Camo Formal is for the bride who wants a camo wedding dress that feels fresh and modern without totally ditching tradition. The dress has a sweetheart halter neckline and is made with Realtree Pink camo bridal satin, although it can also be made in the camo pattern of your choice. A sash or lace-up back detail can be added for a more personalized touch. Shop it: Shelby pink camo A-line halter dress, $295, CamoFormal.com

    2. With pickups and a rhinestone accented hunter green sweetheart neckline, this elegant strapless A-line gown in Realtree Pink camo satin reminds us of the beautiful ball gown worn by Belle in Beauty and the Beast—only better! This classic pink camo wedding dress is available from Camo Formal, where it can be customized totally customized to fit your personal style. Shop it: Realtree AP Pink Camo gown, $445, CamoFormal.com

    3. This halter style ball gown by Camo Formal is fit for a queen. Bridal satin in Realtree AP Pink Camo is laid over an airy circle net ball gown skirt for a unique contrast that feels elegant and feminine without losing its woodsy charm. The skirt can be removed for the reception so you can dance with ease without having to invest in a second dress. Like all Camo Formal gowns, this dress can be made customized with any of the other available fabrics to create a unique look. Shop it: Olivia pink camo ball gown, $675, CamoFormal.com

    4. If you loved the style of Kaley Cuoco-Sweeting's bubble-gum pink wedding gown, we think you'll fall head over heels for this camo dress. This classic ball gown boasts a Realtree Pink Camo strapless bodice, which flows into a full glitter net skirt in a vibrant shade of rose. Available at Camo Formal in all camo patterns and glitter net colors. Shop it: Pink camo ball gown with glitter net, $495, CamoFormal.com

  4. Snow Camo Wedding Dresses

    5 snow camo wedding dresses

    Snow camo is a popular choice for brides going the camo wedding dress route because of its white color, making it more in tune with traditional wedding gowns. Whether you decide on a total camo look or a few camo accents, snow camo is a stunning choice that will allow you to express your style without totally kicking tradition to the curb.

    1. A camo wedding dress can be totally glamorous, and this custom creation from Miller Bridal in Michigan proves it. This stunning strapless sheath gown uses True Timber Snowfall satin camo, flattering folds, a subtle slit and train to create an elegant, timeless look that evokes the glamour of old Hollywood. Shop it: Sheath snow camo wedding dress, price upon request, MillerBridal.com

    2. Rhinestone trim along the sweetheart bodice and a cascade of pickups add a glamorous touch this classic A-line gown in Realtree AP Snow camo. Pair it with delicate white gold or silver chandelier earrings for an extra hint of shimmer. For a little something extra, Camo Formal can add a color sash to the gown—perfect for highlighting your waist. Shop it: Bobby Jean strapless snow camo pickup dress, $410, CamoFormal.com

    3. If the dress of your dreams isn't necessarily head-to-toe camo, a dress like this one from A Touch of Camo is for you. An A-line gown in ivory is utterly classic, but True Timber Snowfall camo accents at the neckline and hem and delicate embroidery bring the gown to life. A simple camo sash and corset back complete the look. Shop it: Anita snow camo wedding dress, price upon request, A Touch of Camo, LadyCamoBridal.com

    4. A mermaid-style gown is it for girls wanting to show off or highlight their figure. So if you're looking for something a little bit sexy, consider this body-skimming style from Camo Formal. The bright white of the True Timber Snowfall camo gives the dress a classic bridal look, while exposed black tulle feels fresh, modern and a little bit sassy. The camo pattern, tulle and sash colors are totally customizable. Don't want to go strapless? They'll add custom straps to the gown too. Shop it: Giselle snow camo slim mermaid gown with tulle skirt, $455, CamoFormal.com

    5.

    You'll be ready to reign in this snow- white number, one of the most beautiful snow camo wedding dresses we could find. An asymmetric satin overlay in Realtree AP Snow camo gives way to a full tulle cathedral train that's perfect for making a dramatic entrance—we promise all eyes will be on you. The best part of this camo dress? It does double-duty. It can be worn with or without a bridal slip, meaning you can have that classic bridal look for the ceremony and then switch things up for the reception, plus that high-low hemline is totally on trend! Shop it: Realtree AP Snow wedding gown with tulle, $565, Realtree.com

  5. Classic Camo Wedding Dresses

    5 classic camo wedding dresses

    Sometimes it's better not to mess with a classic, and if you come from this school of thought, a wedding dress in a classic camo pattern is for you.

    1. Made with the Realtree APG Camo pattern, this is the quintessential camo wedding dress. Designed in a universally flattering A-line silhouette, this Realtree strapless gown is accented with a hunter-orange sash to highlight the waist and a lace-up corset back. Skip the traditional veil and put the finishing touch on your look with one trimmed with Realtree APG camo for the ultimate bridal camo look. Shop it: Realtree camo full bridal gown, $575, Realtree.com

    2. Want to make a grand entrance? A dramatic train, especially when paired with an equally gorgeous gown, will ensure that you do. Using Realtree APG Camo bridal satin, Camo Formal delivers a regal camo ball gown with elegant pickups, rhinestone-accented foldover neckline and detachable cathedral-length train. Shop it: Rebecca camo ball gown with roses train, $580, CamoFormal.com

    3. This unique camo number is just one example of Carrafina Bridal's exceptional line of camo wedding dresses. A sheer camo skirt is worn over a short strapless dress for a modern layered look. A bright hunter-orange sash accentuates the waist and adds a fresh pop of color to the dress. Shop it: Carrafina is a private label designer. Contact your local bridal salon for more information.

    4. Fiery orange inserts and a body-skimming mermaid silhouette give this Mossy Oak camo wedding dress (which was inspired by The Hunger Games heroine Katniss Everdeen) from Camo Formal major wow factor. Add your own twist with custom camo patterns—everything from True Timber Snowfall to Realtree AP Pink camo, netting choices and accent colors. Shop it: Katniss camo dress, $475, CamoFormal.com

    5. Brides wanting a classic gown with camo flair will find it in the A Touch of Camo Anita gown. A satin A-line gown with a sweetheart neckline is given the camo treatment with Mossy Oak camo pattern panels along the bodice, hemline and train of the gown. Beaded embroidery and a corset back keep in line with the gown's classic appeal. Shop it: Anita Mossy Oak camo wedding dress, price upon request, A Touch of Camo, LadyCamoBridal.com

    Camo Bridesmaid Dresses

  6. Classic Camo Bridesmaid Dresses

    4 classic camo bridesmaid dresses

    1. You might be surprised to find that out that a big-name brand like Watters makes a camo bridesmaid dress, but they do! This short, sweetheart camo dress by the brand's Wtoo line is super-cute with its muted woodland camo print and simple black sash. The best part? Your friends will be able to wear it again. Score! Shop it: Camo bridesmaid dress, price upon request, Watters.com

    2. You might be throwing a camo-themed wedding, but that doesn't mean you want to throw traditional totally out the window. Opt for a tea-length dress that's timeless and sweet, then throw a little camo into the mix and you've got a winning combo for your one-of-a-kind affair. Pair it with a custom sash (or change the color of the dress altogether) in one Camo Formal's 30 different fabrics to play up your wedding's palette. Shop it: Sleeveless camo tea-length dress, $259, CamoFormal.com

    3. For a more formal affair, this floor-length Realtree gown in the brand's signature AP camo pattern (a great match for a gown in Realtree snow or pink camo) will have your girls in top form. The A-line silhouette is universally flattering, so you won't have to worry about finding a variety of styles to work with your friends' unique figures. Shop it: Realtree camo long gown, $315, Realtree.com

    4. For something a little more whimsical, have you girls wear short strapless dresses with layers of airy pink net. The sequin embellished Mossy Oak Breakup camo bodice will effortlessly tie into your wedding's camo theme, and with Camo Formal's customization options, you can match the fabric exactly to your dress's own camo pattern for a seamless look. Shop it: Sequin short camo ball gown, $360, CamoFormal.com

  7. Pink Camo Bridesmaid Dresses

    3 pink camo bridesmaid dresses

    1. This simple chiffon bridesmaid dress by A Touch of Camo is the perfect complement to a pink or snow camo wedding dress. A crisscrossed bodice and A-line silhouette will flatter a variety of figures. The True Timber Pink Snowfall camo fabric on the bodice offers just a touch of camo, a plus for brides trying to achieve a more subtle camo look. Shop it: Pink snowfall camo bridesmaid dress, price upon request, A Touch of Camo, LadyCamoBridal.com

    2. Classic, timeless and chic, your bridesmaids will look lovely in this short and sleek A-line dress by Realtree. The strapless bodice features a straight contrast neckline in a deep shade of forest green that pops against the dress's bright Realtree AP Pink Camo satin fabric. A lace-up corset back ensures a perfect fit. Shop it: Realtree pink camo formal dress, $315, CamoFormal.com

    3. This short, A-line bridesmaid dress by Camo Formal combines a flattering silhouette with distinctive design elements for a unique, edgy look. Made from True Timber Pink Snowfall camo satin, the dress has a contrast strapless neckline and bold black net that peeks out from underneath a layer of pickups that help create the illusion of curves. Shop it: Erica short camo A-line pickup dress, $299, CamoFormal.com

  8. Orange Camo Bridesmaid Dresses

    3 orange camo bridesmaid dresses

    1. Want your camo wedding to make a big statement? Go for bold bridesmaid dresses that combine classic camo with a punch of bright color. Camo Formal's short camo ballgown with a Mossy Oak New Breakup camo sweetheart bodice and bright hunter orange net skirt is sure to catch the attention of all your guests. Shop it: Payton short camo ball gown, $295, CamoFormal.com

    2. An ultra-formal camo bash (yup, we said it!) calls for something a little more over-the-top, so get your girls decked out in floor-length gowns. A Touch of Camo brings the glitz with a full orange tulle skirt (which you can also have made in champagne, black or brown), Mossy Oak New Breakup camo bodice and s-shaped rhinestone embellishments. Shop it: Mossy Oak blaze orange ball gown, POA, A Touch of Camo, LadyCamoBridal.com

    3. Want to save your girls a few bucks? This strapless camo bridesmaid dress from Camo Divas is great for a casual backyard affair and it won't break the bank. Made from poly-spandex fabric instead of satin, it's super comfortable and lightweight. The solid band just below the bust brightens up the dress with a splash of color thats and is also available in pink, white and black. Shop it: Cara camo formal dress, $124, CamoDivas.com

  9. Snow Camo Bridesmaid Dresses

    3 snow camo bridesmaid dresses

    1. From its rhinestone-studded neckline to its slim-fit and flouncy peekaboo net skirt, this satin, cocktail-length bridesmaid dress from Camo Formal is ready to party. The Realtree AP Snow camo pattern will complement your snowy white wedding gown, or choose from a range of custom hues to match your color palette. Shop it: Debbie short halter dress, $295, CamoFormal.com

    2. The fit-and-flare style of this snowy Camo Formal halter dress will highlight all of your bridesmaids' best features. The cocktail length and informal style make it ideal for a more laid-back event. Add a subtle hint of color with a fuchsia, hunter orange or pink net that will complement the accents on your gown. Shop it: Tessa short camo flare halter dress, $279, CamoFormal.com

    3. Purple is one of the most popular wedding colors around, and if it's in your palette, why not play it up with bright bridesmaid dresses? The bright net skirt on this short Camo Formal ball gown feels fun and fresh, adding an unexpected color block effect to the snowy white Realtree AP Snow camo bodice. Shop it: Sequined camo short ball gown, $360, CamoFormal.com


    Camo Wedding Accessories

    Camouflage wedding dresses aren't the only way to incorporate camo into your wedding look. If you're not ready to commit to head-to-toe camo (or even if you support the idea that one can never wear enough camo), why not personalize your gown with camouflage accessories in your favorite camo pattern? Ditch the idea of "something blue" and instead opt for "something camo." Switch out the traditional embellished belt and dress up your waist with a stylish camo cincher. Walk down the aisle in sky-high camo heels or keep cozy in cool weather with a camouflage bolero, shawl or cardigan.

    Want to keep the camo theme going even after you say "I do?" A few new pieces of sexy lingerie are a honeymoon must, so why not make them camo? And if you're headed to a sunny beach destination, don't forget to take along a strappy camo bikini too.

  10. Camo Heels (and Flats!)

    5 camo wedding shoes

    Let's be honest: An amazing pair of wedding shoes are almost as important as the dress itself. And these five pairs of camo heels will have you walking down the aisle in style.

    1. When it comes to making a killer pair of heels, Valentino knows what's up. If you're open to splurging on a pair of wedding shoes, do it on these red and black leather camo heels. The sky-high stiletto will give you legs for days, but what we love is that edgy gold tone "Rockstud," a Valentino signature, at the back of the shoe. Shop it: Camouflage pumps, $900, Valentino, Farfetch.com

    2. These urban camo heels by Betsey Johnson are super-chic with their demi-d'Orsay silhouette and calf hair upper. Wear them after the wedding with a classic little black dress or jeans and a T-shirt for a playful, polished look. Shop it: Gray camo heels, $119, BetseyJohnson.com

    3. Wedges are the perfect way to get a little height on your wedding day—added support means less pain, so you'll still be on your feet long after the after-party, plus the cool camo print is totally on point. Made with real Italian leather, these stylish camo heels by Giuseppe Zanotti will last long after you say your "I dos." Shop it: Camo wedge heels, $925, Giuseppe Zanotti, Zappos.com

    4. Flats aren't for everyone, but it's a good idea to have a backup pair of kicks on hand if you plan to wear heels at your wedding, especially if you didn't have time to break them in (oops). Throw on these cute camo flats by Sam Edelman after your pictures and first dance to keep your feet happy during the rest of the festivities. Shop it: Felicia camo flat, $100, Sam Edelman, Zappos.com

    5. We can't help but swoon over these stunning calf hair pumps from Cole Haan. The bold camo print is cool and edgy and the high quality materials means your feet are less likely to be throbbing in pain after a few twirls on the dance floor. Plus, you'll be able to wear them again—they're perfect for adding a fun twist to any outfit. Shop it: Bradshaw camo pump, $298, ColeHaan.com

  11. Camo Lingerie

    3 camo wedding lingerie

    Looking for some camo lingerie to spice up your honeymoon? From Mossy Oak baby-dolls to a Pink Shadow chemise, we've got the perfect pieces to celebrate your new status.

    1. This pretty pink camo chemise by King Camo is just the right amount of sweet and sexy. The signature Pink Shadow camo pattern displays snow-dusted branches and vegetation overlaid on a backdrop of cherry-blossom pink. Decorative pink chiffon ruffles line both the hem and necklines for a fun, flirty touch. Shop it: Chemise in Pink Shadow camo, $35, KingCamo.com

    2. This Black Widow two-piece set in a Realtree Max 1 camo pattern is the epitome of outdoorsy elegance. A plunging neckline and empire waist give way to a seductive midriff-bearing slit. The open-front style ties at the front with a matching camo ribbon and is finished with scalloped lace edging. Shop it: Black Widow fly-away two piece set, $45, BassPro.com

    3. A floaty baby-doll set by Naked North that leaves little to the imagination is fashioned with Naked North's signature pink camo pattern, alluring black lace trim and soft, sheer mesh fabric. Pink camo panels and edging on the bust and hemline add a pop of flirtatious color and woodland charm. Shop it: Naked North pink camouflage baby-doll set, $35, SouthernSistersDesigns.com

  12. Camo Bikinis

    3 camo honeymoon bikinis

    1. Why not add a little pink camo to all your shoreline adventures? Made with the authentic Realtree APC Pink camo pattern, you'll be doing anything but blending in when you throw on this Realtree Girl suit. The active fit lends itself to anything from a game of beach volleyball to an afternoon of relaxing under the sun. Shop it: Realtree pink camo halter top and leather trim hipster bikini bottom, $50, top, $50, Cabelas.com

    2. From the sandy beaches of the Côte d'Azur to the Caribbean, we're willing to bet you'll turn heads rather than disappear into the background in this eye-catching camo bikini from J.Crew. We love the tropical interpretation of camo on this classic string bikini, with rich jungle-inspired shades of green and black. Shop it: Black forest camo string bikini bottom, $44, top, $52, JCrew.com

    3. Attention! This camo bikini from Madewell is exactly the piece you need to hit the beach in style. The über-flattering top has both underwire and an adjustable ruched halter neckline to give you the best possible fit, meaning not only will you look good, you'll feel good too. Wear it with the matching camo string bikini bottom or pair it with a solid for a fresh mix. Shop it: Camo bikini bottom, $48, top, $40, Madewell.com


    Camo Wedding Dress Designers to Know

    Monique Lhuillier, Vera Wang and Amsale are some of the biggest designers in the bridal industry, but if a camo wedding dress is what you're after, you're going to need to familiarize yourself with a whole new set of names. Whether you buy online or in-store, these are the designers to look out for:

    A Touch of Camo

    Ten years after founding her wedding company White Lace & Promises, JoAnne Schnepp's business took a totally unexpected turn when a bride got in touch with her to ask if she would be willing to put a camo patterned insert into her wedding gown. What started off as a one-off request soon turned into a full-blown range of camo wedding gowns and bridesmaid dresses — A Touch of Camo was born. The company currently carries two lines. The CD line is the more basic of the two and offers a selection of ready-to-wear gowns in Mossy Oak camo satin. ATOC is a line of custom designed wedding gowns, which allows the bride to choose from over 10 different camo patterns and a number of decorative accents, such as embroidery and beading.

    Camo Diva

    In addition to its selection of fashion apparel, activewear and swimwear, Camo Diva has its own line of affordable (think: under $300—perfect for the bride on a tight budget) formal camo wedding dresses, bridesmaid dresses and accessories. All dresses are made in the US and are Mossy Oak licensed products. Dresses are ready-to-wear and come in sizes 0 to 26. Getting married in a rush? Most orders ship next day.

    Camo Formal

    Before the late 2000s, if you wanted a camouflage wedding dress, you had to make it yourself (read: you were basically out of luck). And that's right around the time the requests for camo customizations to wedding dresses started flooding in to Formals Etc., a custom formalwear manufacturing business in Pineville, Louisiana. The company took the idea and ran with it, ultimately creating a whole line of camouflage dresses. They hit on something big, because now Camo Formal is one of the most prominent manufacturers of camouflage dresses in the country. Not only does it offer a huge range of styles and sizes (sizes 2 to 30 to be exact), all of its designs can be customized to create a totally one-of-a-kind dress. Plus, with everything from bridesmaid dresses to tuxedo jackets and decor, it's a one-stop shop for all your camo wedding needs. Dresses range from $200 to over $1,000.

    Carrafina

    Carrafina Bridal is a private label bridal line, designing and manufacturing bridal and bridesmaid dresses in the United States. And while you might have heard of its more classic line of bridal gowns, Carrafina also offers unique camo wedding dresses and bridesmaid dresses for the bride who wants to stand out on her day. The dresses show off the label's superior construction and unique styling and are available in a range of sizes, from 0 to 32. Brides can also make custom changes to their gowns to create a distinct look. Carrafina Bridal is sold exclusively in brick-and-mortar shops across the country.

    Realtree Camo

    You've probably heard of Realtree camo, but you might not know that in addition to hunting camouflage and activewear, it also makes formalwear, which includes wedding dresses, bridesmaid dresses and men's attire. So if you've been dreaming of walking down the aisle in Realtree APG or Max-4 camo (it offers gowns in Realtree AP Snow camo and Pink camo too!), now you can. Realtree camo wedding dresses and bridesmaid dresses are available in a variety of styles and colors (sizes 2 to 18). Each dress is made to order, but customization options are limited. Dresses range in price from $260 to $605.

    Online Camo Bridal Salons

    The easiest place to find the camouflage dress of dreams isn't necessarily your local bridal salon—it's right at your fingertips. If your local bridal salon doesn't carry camo wedding dresses, there are plenty of online shops that do. Before ordering, head to a local salon to get measured and try on a few dresses to see how different silhouettes and styles look on you. This will make it easier for you to narrow down your choices when searching online.

    Keep in mind that most wedding dresses, even when they're being made to your personal measurements, will need some alterations. Order your dress early enough to allow plenty of time to visit a local seamstress for alterations once you've received your dress.

    Finally, when ordering a dress online, you should review the shipping cost, cancellation and return policy in the event that you run into any issues with your gown. If you have questions or concerns, call customer service before placing your order.


    Camo Bridal Salons

    Not sure if a local bridal salon carries camouflage wedding dresses and accessories? We've taken some of the guesswork out of finding a dress for you! Below is a list of bridal salons across the country that carry camo wedding dresses or will do camo customizations. Don't see yours on the list? Let us know!

    Arkansas

    The Bridal Cottage
    3305 J.F.K. Blvd.
    North Little Rock, AR 72116
    Phone: (501) 753-4138
    BridalCottageOnline.com

    Lil's Bridal and Formal Affair
    2479 Highway 5 N
    Mountain Home, AR 72653
    Phone: (870) 424-9888

    Florida

    La Boutique De Lingerie & Bridal
    3034 W New Haven Ave.
    West Melbourne, FL 32904
    Phone: (321) 725-2727
    LaBoutiquedeGowns.com

    Idaho

    Affordable Elegance Bridal
    296 W Sunset Ave.
    Suite 10
    Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815
    Phone: (208) 664-8847
    WeddingsbyBecky.com

    Indiana

    Patterns Optional
    1645 S 25th St.
    Terre Haute, IN 47803
    Phone: (812) 223-1130
    PatternsOptional.com

    Iowa

    Weddings in Camo
    6147 Hwy T12 N
    Newton, IA 50208
    Phone: (641) 792-4249
    WeddingsinCamo.com

    Kansas

    Tomorrow's Memories Bridal and Tuxedo Shop
    301 W Central Ave.
    Andover, KS 67002
    Phone: (316) 733-0860
    TMBridalShop.com

    Lucy's Tux and Gown
    604 N Broadway St.
    Pittsburg, KS 66762
    Phone: (620) 235-1170

    Kentucky

    Kentucky Mountain Bride
    605 N Lake Drive
    Prestonburg, KY 41653
    Phone: (606) 886-1151
    KentuckyMountainBrideOnline.com

    Carol's Bridal and Gifts
    309 W. Main St.
    Danville, KY 40422
    Phone: (859) 236-3825
    CarolsOfdanville.com

    Louisiana

    Green Gables General Store
    6943 Esler Field Road
    Pineville, LA 71360
    Phone: (318) 290-3097

    Maine

    The Henry's Bridal Boutique
    31 Washington St.
    Bangor, ME 04401
    Phone: (207) 947-0702
    BangorBridal.com

    Michigan

    Miller Bridal and Sewing
    42 W Main St.
    Fremont, Michigan 49412
    Phone: (231) 924-1900
    MillerBridal.com

    Natalie's Bridal & Tuxedo
    1316 S. Airport Road
    Traverse City, MI 49684
    Phone: (231) 946-0840
    NataliesBridalandTuxedo.com

    Carol's Bridal & Tuxedo
    1784 E. Apple Ave.
    Muskegon, MI 49442
    Phone: (231) 767-6104
    CarolsBridal-Tuxedo.com

    Minnesota

    Lady Camo Bridal
    Burnsville, MN 55337
    Phone: (952) 641-6467
    Lady Camo Bridal Facebook Page

    Missouri

    Teresa's Bridal Boutique
    101 South Baltimore
    Kirksville, MO 63501
    Phone:(660) 665-4888
    teresasbridalboutique.com

    Nebraska

    Designs Unlimited
    135 North Main St.
    West Point, NE 68788
    Phone: (402) 372-1113

    JJ's Prom & Bridal
    1000 South Dewey
    North Platte, NE 69101
    Phone: (308) 532-2588
    JJsBridal.com

    North Dakota

    Bridal Beginnings-Formal Wear
    1319 2nd Ave. West
    Williston, ND 58801
    Phone: (701) 572-0373

    Oklahoma

    Linh's Bridal & Alterations
    7856 S Western Ave.
    Oklahoma City, OK 73139
    Phone: (405) 563-9011
    LinhsBridal.com

    Oregon

    Dianna's Formal Affair
    52131 Columbia River Hwy.
    Scappoose, OR 97056
    Phone: (503) 543-0291
    DiannasFormalAffair.com

    Exclusively Bridal
    101 East B Ave.
    Drain, OR 97435
    Phone: (541) 836-2916
    ExclusivelyBridal.net

    Pennsylvania

    Camo Wedding and Prom
    1854 North Center Ave.
    Somerset, PA 15501
    Phone: (814) 445-7773
    CamoWeddingandProm.com

    Larenas
    1854 North Center Ave.
    Somerset, PA 15501
    Phone: (814) 445-7773
    Larenas.com

    Brides of Today
    350 Buck Road
    Quarryville, PA 17566
    Phone: (717) 786-0190
    BridesofToday.com

    MB Bride & Special Occasion
    123 S. Urania Ave.
    Greensburg, PA 15601
    Phone: (724) 836-6626
    MBBride.com

    Trousseaux Bridal
    2 West Park Ave.
    Suite 3
    DuBois, PA 15801
    Phone: (814) 371-9700
    TrousseauxBridal.com

    Virginia

    Common Grounds Inc Formalwear
    4018 Halifax
    South Boston, VA 24592
    Phone: (434) 575-0300

    Caryn's Bridals
    233 N Main St.
    Farmville, VA 23901
    Phone: (434) 392-5111
    CarynsBridals.com

    West Virginia

    Oliverio's Prom and Bridal Boutique 
    118 Emily Drive
    Clarksburg, WV 26301
    Phone: (304) 623-6006
    OliveriosBridal.com

    Wisconsin

    With This Ring
    1407 Third Street
    Wausau, WI 54403
    Phone: (715) 849-9459
    WithThisRingLLC.net

    Brandi's Bridal Galleria
    12 14th Avenue 
    New Glarus, WI 53574 
    Phone: (608) 537-4436
    BrandisBridal.com

    Elaine's Wedding Center
    906 Hansen Road
    Green Bay, WI 54304
    Phone: (920) 498-8998
    ElainesWeddingCenter.com


    Custom Camo Wedding Dress Designs

    Still haven't found "the one?" The selection of available camouflage dresses may not be as big as with more traditional wedding gown styles, but if you can't find something you love, you don't have to settle. Why not go the custom route instead?

    Work alongside a seamstress to design a one-of-a-kind wedding dress from the ground up. The best part? You'll be able to choose every detail of your gown, from the silhouette and fabric right down to all the extras that will make it totally you.

    Camouflage pattern fabrics in silk, satin taffeta, tulle, organza and crepe are available at specialty stores and retailers. Can't find them locally? These online shops offer a wide selection of hunting and military style bridal camo fabric from top brands, like Realtree, that you can buy by the yard:

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