Courthouse Elopement Dresses
Some countries require that you exchange vows at a courthouse or other government office in order for your marriage to be valid in the United States -- or maybe you just want a "staycation"-type elopement at your local hall of justice. Either way, style is still paramount. These LWDs (Little White Dresses) are beautiful, edgy, and best of all, available for purchase online so you can order from home and receive your dress quickly in time for your elopement. Discover our favorites, and check out more looks at BHLDN.com.
Above: The “Dolores” fit-and-flare midi dress by Sau Lee ($395) features delicate cap sleeves and a deep v-neckline. The open back is framed in sheer lace for a dramatic look that makes an impact.
Floral lace with 3-D details make the “Misha” dress by Sachin & Babi ($280) a gorgeous option for a courthouse elopement.
A textured design courtesy of ornate lace detailing sets this dress apart. The “Lorre” midi by ML Monique Lhullier x BHLDN ($295) features a sweet flounced hem and demure cap sleeves as well as a figure-flattering shape.
The “Kari” charmeuse slip dress ($168) by BHLDN offers a chic, minimalist look for a courthouse elopement.
Bell sleeves with bands of sparkling sequins are the star of the chic mini “Maida” dress by Sachin & Babi, ($380) an edgy, celebratory look for a courthouse elopement.
Lace appliques and a plunging illusion neckline are just some of the stunning details of the streamlined “Marisol” midi by Jenny Yoo ($650). A modern design with a vintage vibe that is dressy but appropriate for a courthouse wedding.
Hidden pockets are tailored into the strapless “Amande” midi dress ($285) featuring a fitted bodice and full skirt with a delicate curved hemline.
Statement-making shimmer from allover, iridescent sequins give the BHLDN “Goldie” dress ($400) an ultra-glam look that will look amazing in elopement photos. The hem falls above the knee in a sleek silhouette, and billowing sleeves add interest.