Stand Out from Tradition with a Coloured Wedding Dress
Want your wedding to be different from most, opt for bold colours on your gown
As the traditional wedding becomes less predominant for many brides who are opting to go for a more modern approach to their wedding, many are choosing to be married in a range of venues, have unorthodox bridal parties and receptions along with anything else that can characterise the couple and their personality.
This individuality has extended into the range of wedding dresses that are being purchased, with many brides now opting for their favourite colour to be their 'ultimate' gown on this special day. In what started off as being just a hint of colour has now transformed into the full spectrum of colours being represented by brides from pastels to deep blue to black all popular colour choices for many modern brides.
Go online and it is fairly evident that the 'rules' of only wearing white have been left far behind by many brides who simply want their wedding, or commitment ceremony, to be only a celebration of their relationship as opposed to the religious ceremony that many others still abide too.
Why not consider simply going to your favourite designer and looking through their evening wear collection for the perfect coloured bridal wear
Of course, wearing a daring red gown down the aisle can be a bit much for some brides who may want colour...but not one that is so full on. Therefore many bridal couture and store stockist will have a number of off-white gowns with coloured accents such as a sash or embroidery, meaning the bride can have the splash of colour she wants, without being too daring.
If you are considering having a coloured bridal outfit, then why not consider simply going to your favourite designer and looking through their evening wear collection? These will probably be the same, if not less expensive, as standard bridal gowns and will give you a far greater selection.
As far as which colour to choose, you can either go for your favourite colour or you can look around you and be inspired by either the venue of the reception or even the season that you are being married in. The key is to always choose a colour that compliments you and your skin tone/colouring so be sure to understand what works with you to really bring out your best assets.
What's more always tie your dress colour in with the surrounding decor, so if you have a blue, silver and white scheme - don't wear a red dress. Always stay within your chosen colour scheme to really unify the decorations and make you the central focal point of the entire surrounding decor.