Have you ever seen a more gorgeous sparkling lavender bridal gown? We are in love with this gorgeous gown. And the ever so subtle lavender color. This sumptuous bridal editorial featuring two Couture Wedding Dresses is one of our favorite editorials of the year. For brides out there that are looking for a showstopping dress that’s not your normal white dress, consider adding a pop of color to your dress.
The white dress trend is believed to have started with Queen Victoria. She wore a white lace and silk-satin dress when she married Prince Albert in 1840. The dress offended English aristocrats as white was traditionally the color of grieving. In the years that succeeded, it became popular for brides to wear white.
Are you thinking of breaking with the traditional white wedding dress to incorporate your favorite color? We love it and are all for mixing things up!
Below are two of our favorite ways to make a colorful statement on your big day. The first gown from Weddings by Debbie is a beautifully romantic and subtle way of making a colorful statement. This lavender gown still retains a very bridal look to it…and is sure to drop a few jaws.
The second gown is a hand-painted gown from the Duchess of Desserts. Accompanied by a most stunning headdress created by CeCe Designs LLC makes this dress a statement piece for your big day for sure! Keep scrolling to see more from this gorgeous shoot.
Planning a wedding day with a lot of special details? Breaking from tradition and going with a bold, fun idea for your wedding day? We’d love to hear all about it and be a part of capturing it. Contact us today for more information.
Venue | The Olana
Concept & Planning | Heather Benge Events
Host | Styled Shoots Across America
Hair & Makeup | Sunkissed and Made up
Painted Gown | Duchess of Desserts
Pink Gown | Weddings by Debbie
Décor | Gold Dust Event Co
Vintage Vehicle | Amelia Classic Motorcar