Looking for bridal inspiration? take a look at Hannah Godwin’s wedding dresses from her fairytale wedding in Chateau de Villete, France.

Hannah Godwin, the influencer known for her appearance on The Bachelor season 23 and Bachelor in Paradise season 6 where she met husband Dylan Barbour, has said “Yes” to Atelier Pronovias Haute Couture for her special day, wearing 3 custom and unique dresses.

Hannah Godwin wears Pronovias Haute Couture in her wedding day

Hannah Godwin, said “I do” to her husband Dylan Barbour in Condécourt, just outside of Paris, France on August 24th. Hannah wore 3 custom designs by Atelier Pronovias, Pronovias Group’s haute couture bridal brand. Hannah and her husband met on the Bachelor Franchise series, Bachelor in Paradise, in 2019 where they fell madly in love. Now 4 years later they have officially tied the knot bringing forward one of the most highly anticipated weddings in Bach Nation.

Hannah Godwin and Dylan Barbour wedding in France

The first dress that Hannah wore for her special day was a double lingerie satin dress, with a minimalist cut and worked completely on the bias, allowing the gown to adapt to the body naturally. The scoop neckline and thin straps that lead to the V-shaped back, allow the back of the dress to be completely bare, giving that touch of sexiness whilst remaining elegant. The impressive 2-meter train is adorned along its entire length with buttons lined with the same satin as the dress.

To complement this gown, Hannah chose to wear a 3.70-meter veil trimmed with very fine crystal rhinestones, matching with illusion tulle gloves that have been hand embroidered with Swarovski crystals. The dress has required a fully customized pattern development of 30 hours and 60 hours of gown construction. Regarding the veil and gloves, these have been hand- embroidered and have required more than 40 hours of construction.

Hannah Godwin and Dylan Barbour wedding in France

The second dress had the unique detail of combining two fabrics. The body with a strapless neckline is made in Italian crepe and fully pleated by hand to create the beautiful detailing along the body. The inner corset allows the dress to perfectly fit to Hannah’s body creating a nice silhouette. The column-shaped skirt is made with pearl embroidered tulle, creating a special 3D illusion and the opening on the left side of the skirt allows a more daring look, revealing the leg and showing off the shoes.

This custom party dress has been crafted with a 1.30-meter train, which leaves movement for dancing without taking away the elegance of the dress. The pattern development took 40 hours and gown construction 80 hours.

Hannah Godwin and Dylan Barbour wedding in France

The third and last dress, created for the final part of the celebration, is a gown made without a train, and a lot bolder. Crafted with glitter tulle fabric and enriched with pearls, the dress continues the same pearl detailing as the previous gown, creating a cohesive style between both party dresses.

The crossed halter neckline in the front allows the gown to have a completely bare back, which added to the guitar shape of the skirt, reveals the feminine silhouette of the bride. The pattern of the gown took 25 hours, while the gown construction itself took 50 hours and the embroidery detail an additional 10 hours.

Hannah Godwin and Dylan Barbour wedding in France


Hannah Godwin and Dylan Barbour wedding in France

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Gordon Cooper

Editor-in-Chief/Art Director for Perfect Wedding Magazine. A fearless and intuitive Director/Producer/Production Manager who loves to travel - without being a tourist!

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