Ombre Styled Wedding Dresses.
Ombre is everywhere! We’ve seen this artistic color effect in weddings through cakes, invitations and even bridesmaids dresses but what about the bride? Lots of brides are trending towards incorporating color in their bridal looks and ombre dresses help a girl achieve both the classic and colorful. Gwen Stefani may have been a trailblazer for this trendy look when she pulled it off in 2002 with her pink dip-dyed Dior gown!
A surprising fact about ombre dresses is that you really can achieve a personalized and totally exclusive look. This bride uses a white and orange ombre dress and pairs it with a dark black sash to match her groom’s slacks.
This Bohemian bride wore a champagne and copper-colored gown and accessorized with a crown of flowers for a raw, organic and wildly beautiful look.
For brides who still want to look extra feminine and coordinated, choose an ombre gown that incorporates the color of your flowers. This bride uses a gorgeous ombre gown with white and purple that matches her bouquet perfectly. She accessorizes with a white cap that is reminiscent of 1920s glamour. This combination is seamless because the top of her gown is white, which pairs with the veil flawlessly.
Ombre gowns can also help bring out the venue and surroundings. This bride is definitely a girly girl who loves pink. Her gown features a hot pink and white ombre fabric that is eye-popping and best of all, sets off the soft green of the gardens around her.
If you’re a bride who still has dreams of classic white, a touch of color at the hem is also an elegant way to incorporate this popular look. From white to pink, this gown is still very much a bridal dream-come-true.
For a more dramatic appearance, this gown has a white bodice and tulle skirt made of an ombre fuschia pink. This is such a fun, playful dress that is youthful, yet bridal at the same time.
Don’t be afraid to incorporate this creative color impression in your bridal gown. It offers personality, flair and fun in a way that still lets people know I’m not just a bride; I’m a trendy bride.
Credits: Top Photo: Etsy/Orange Ombre Dress: Jenny Markham/Purple Ombre Dress: Kate Triano Photography/Hot Pink Ombre Dress: Lacie Hansen/Pink Ombre Dress: Luke and Cat Photography/ Fuchsia Ombre Dress: Kandis of Wish Photography
Ombre Styled Wedding Dresses