Gallery: Colored Wedding Dresses
Color is an important part of any wedding, and checking out pictures of colored wedding dresses will demonstrate just how far wedding colors have come from the classic bridal white shades. When choosing a colored wedding gown, brides should take care to coordinate the shade of the gown first with their hair, eye, and skin color, and then with the rest of the wedding palette, including bridal jewelry, wedding flowers, wedding decorations, and the overall wedding theme.
A colored waistline is a delicate detail. While some brides prefer the traditional white gown, many others are adding colored accents or full color dresses to their wedding attire.
Black embroidery is a modern touch on a classic dress. Options for color include sashes, embroidery, beading, inset colored panels in the skirt, colored or patterned corsets and bodices, or colored trim on the gown's neckline, hem, or train.
Blue in Your Bridal Gown
Your dress could be your something blue. Colored wedding dresses are stylish and can be bold and bright for a daring bride or softly subtle in pastel hues for a more demure choice.
Coordinate your bridal jewelry and headpiece with the dress color.
Dress with Colored Bodice
A patterned bodice is an unusual touch.
Color on the neckline is a popular option.
A colored train is a bold choice.
Colored embroidery can be subtle.
Red Colored Wedding Dress
A full color dress can coordinate with your bouquet.
Gold is a stunning color for wedding dresses.
Grecian Inspired Dress
Add a Grecian waistband for feminine flair.
Pink wedding dresses are popular.
Casual Colored Gown
A colored prom gown can be a casual wedding dress.
Punk wedding dresses are often colorful.
Interested in other colorful wedding dresses? Check out Pink Wedding Dresses for soft, romantic shades.