Wedding Dress – Don’t like white, no problem
Happy Wedding Wednesday
We are currently in our Alternative for offbeat and non-traditional brides. Did you miss some of our previous Alternative ideas?
Wedding Dresses have come a long way since the Middle Ages when the brides’ dress reflected the bride’s social standing and indicated the extent of the family’s wealth to the wedding guest. Most wedding dresses before the late 1930’s, reflected the styles of the day. From that time onward, wedding dresses have traditionally been based on Victorian Styles.
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White wedding dresses didn’t become a popular option until 1840, after the marriage of Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom to Albert of Saxe-Coburg. However, the first documented instance of a princess wearing a white wedding gown for a royal wedding ceremony was over 400 years before, when Philippa of England, who wore a tunic with a cloak in white silk in 1406, married Crown Prince Eric of Norway, Denmark, and Sweden.Wedding Dress - Don't like white, no problem Click To Tweet
Wedding Dress Styles have come a long way to where you can design your own, neckline, skirt length, skirt poof, materials, backline, waistline, etc. Also, you can get your wedding dress in any color. Don’t like White or Wedding White; new color traditions are Blush, Rose, off-white, and Irovy. Still not what you dreamed your wedding dress would look it. Bold Colors are the new trend, in the wedding industry, or just a Bold color splash on your white wedding dress.
Looking for something unique, just like you.
This past year, I had brides wearing non-traditional wedding dresses.
White Jumpsuit with a lace train
Blue Ballgown with matching Cathedral Train
Mermaid White Lace Gown that Converted into a Short Gold Sequin.
That’s all for now, don’t miss the end of our Alternative Series next week entitled Personalized – napkins, wedding shoes, undies, groom socks … only a few.