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Wedding Dress

Ivory Wedding Dresses

Ivory is a great compromise to keep your gown color traditional while finding a tone that better complements your skin tone. Bright white can be harsh on anyone, especially if your venue has bright lights, so some brides find that a more subtle shade like ivory is the perfect fit. Ivory Wedding Dresses

Blush Wedding Dresses

Blush is a new trend that is flirty and fun, while still being slightly traditional. It can look amazing with certain color schemes, like golds, whites and even navy blue. If an entirely blush gown is too bold for you, try a white, fitted bodice with a blush colored tulle or organza skirt. 

Champagne Wedding Dresses

Champagne is a glitzy choice, perfect for that New Year’s Eve wedding. Paired with an organza or tulle skirt, it could be great for an outdoor shabby chic wedding. These dresses are typically embroidered with sparkling gems or beading, making them truly shine. For a vintage look, bright white lace is laid over the champagne color for a beautiful effect. Champagne Wedding Dresses

Pops of Color Wedding Dresses

Why not stand out on your big day? If the thought of an all-white or subdued color is boring you, there are plenty of other options. One way to add some color is choosing a subdued overall color and adding colored embroidery like flowing flowers or bold lace to the bodice or skirt. 

Bold-Colored Wedding Dresses

Looking for all-over bold color for your wedding gown? From beautiful yellow wedding dresses in the desert to smokey blue organza gowns in the mountains, there is a perfect color for any location. 

A black tie wedding in the city could be perfect for a sleek, black A-line gown. Choose a color that best represents your personality while still matching your venue and theme. Need some help? Ask your photographer, planner or someone else who knows your venue what color they would recommend as a good fit.