Simple Wedding Dress With Color

When you’re getting married, choosing your perfect wedding dress is a life-changing moment. Since the day you became engaged, you have spent countless hours envisioning yourself in different styles and colors. You are an important part of it and as such, any wedding that is already on a right track should put in mind not just the bridal but also the groom. He definitely has something to tell about his preferences and since he will be facing the bridal for the rest of his life, it is only fair to know what he is going to say. I can bet no one really wants to hear of anyone else’s opinion but if you ask from the people who love you both equally, there might be some help too. So far I’ve only accomplished something in my dreams with my perfect theme and now it’s time to perfect my real-life wedding with my own ideas.

Simple Wedding Dress With Color

As you begin your wedding dress search, you may notice that your options are overwhelmingly one color: white. While white wedding dresses are beautiful, they may not be for everyone. According to The Knot 2019 Real Weddings Study, 18 percent of couples who wed last year opted for a colorful outfit. If you’re looking for a colored wedding dress, we’ve rounded up 37 of our favorites that you can buy online right now. We believe you should wear whatever makes you feel your most beautiful.

“There’s a tradition of wearing white that has been made popular through movies and television shows, but the color of your wedding dress has no bearing on the success of your marriage,” says wedding planner Jove Meyer. “Wear what makes you feel fabulous—be it white, patterns, colors, long gown or short dresses.”

If you’re unsure about what color to pick, consider a variety of different factors: your personal preferences, your wedding season and your wedding color palette. All of these things can help you narrow down your options. Steven Birnbaum, a wedding dress designer, tells The Knot that you should also take your skin tone into consideration. “There really are no ‘shoulds’ when it comes to picking your wedding gown color,” he says. “The key is finding a tone that suits your complexion.” Read on to see 37 of our favorite colored wedding dresses.

Give off all the boho vibes with this colorful wedding dress. The airy a-line cut and floral embroidery will look stunning down the aisle.

Willowby by Watters Heartleaf gown, $1,852, BHLDN.com

So you want a fairytale wedding day look, but you don’t want to wear traditional white. Make a serious statement instead in a red ball gown.

White by Vera Wang textured organza wedding dress in Apple, $1,000, DavidsBridal.com

If you feel your most confident in black, then embrace that on your wedding day. This sultry number has a plunging neckline that shows off a shimmery bandeau.

David’s Bridal crepe-back satin encrusted bandeau plus size gown in Ebony, $600, DavidsBridal.com

A blush dress for a blushing bride. This wrap-style dress has on-trend kimono sleeves and a relaxed fit throughout—perfect for laid-back to-be-weds.

Reformation Winslow dress in Blush, $278, TheReformation.com

Go for a glam look by rocking this blush ball gown. The airy tulle and feathery flowers add an extra-romantic effect.

Wtoo by Watters Chrysa gown, $1,600, BHLDN.com

Rock a green wedding dress down the aisle. This emerald wrap-style gown is equal parts sophisticated and sexy.

Reformation Milan dress in Emerald, $428, TheReformation.com

Flaunt your figure in this stunning blush mermaid dress.

David’s Bridal strapless ruched mermaid tulle wedding dress in Whisper Pink, $500, DavidsBridal.com

This light blue wedding dress is giving us all the Cinderella vibes. The illusion neckline lets you comfortably show off your gorgeous decolletage.

Jenny Yoo Sarita dress in Whisper Blue, $280, BHLDN.com

Let your beauty shine with this rose gold gown. The classic silhouette paired with the on-trend coloring make this wedding dress unforgettable.

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