Wedding Trends: Coloured wedding dresses

Coloured wedding dress by Chantel Lauren. The Nuptial, Yorkshire wedding blogIt’s no secret that I’m a little bit addicted to Instagram. Give me a spare moment and I’ll waste no time scrolling through my feed. One thing that I’ve noticed popping up on my feed more and more are wedding dresses with a hint of colour and I’ve been loving it.

If adding a pop of colour to your wedding outfit tickles your fancy, then you’ll like my round up of the latest styles available right now. Don’t forget to scroll to the bottom to find the nearest stockists:

(Mae Gown by Chantel Lauren. Image: Heather Nan, USA)

Block Colour  Coloured wedding dress by Chantel Lauren. The Nuptial, Yorkshire wedding blog

(Mae Gown by Chantel Lauren. Image: Summer Taylor Photography, USA)Coloured wedding dress by Chantel Lauren. The Nuptial, Yorkshire wedding blog

(Mae Gown by Chantel Lauren. Image: Heather Nan, USA)

One way to incorporate colour into your wedding outfit is to wear it on only one part of the dress. If your dress is tea length then a coloured underskirt can add a subtle pop of colour. However, if you want to go for all-out impact, then a coloured skirt is the answer and the Mae gown by Chantel Lauren certainly doesn’t hold back. Painstakingly hand painted, these gowns are available in rose gold, steel blue, ivory and platinum.

Dip Dye

The ombre trend is showing no signs of slowing down, so why not include it in your wedding as well? Although this is a technique you can find step by step instructions for all over the internet (just Google it, trust me), dyeing your own wedding dress is not for the fainthearted. Instead, why not let the experts do it for you?Coloured wedding dress by And For Love. The Nuptial, Yorkshire wedding blog Coloured wedding dress by And For Love. The Nuptial, Yorkshire wedding blog Coloured wedding dress by And For Love. The Nuptial, Yorkshire wedding blog

 (Images: the Ines and Arwen gowns by & For Love)

Whilst we love the simplicity of these gowns by & For Love, we also love the daring colours of the gowns by British label, Lucy Can’t Dance. Their Boho and Vintage styled dresses are given an eccentric twist. Handpainted in their UK studio, they will dye their dresses any colour you want.Coloured wedding dress by Lucy Can't Dance. The Nuptial, Yorkshire wedding blog

Coloured wedding dress by Lucy Can't Dance. The Nuptial, Yorkshire wedding blogColoured wedding dress by Lucy Can't Dance. The Nuptial, Yorkshire wedding blogColoured wedding dress by Lucy Can't Dance. The Nuptial, Yorkshire wedding blog (Images: Lucy Can’t Dance)

Multi-colourColoured wedding dress by Charlotte Balbier. The Nuptial, Yorkshire wedding blog

(Image: Jayde by Charlotte Balbier)

If you want to get married in glorious technicolour, then you can with these gowns from Charlotte Balbier and Claire Pettibone. The dramatic silhouette and delicate applique embroidery on these two dresses mean that nobody will mistake you for a bridesmaid.

Coloured wedding dress by Claire Pettibone. The Nuptial, Yorkshire wedding blog(Image: Maia Gown by Claire Pettibone)

Have we convinced you to go embrace a bit of colour in your wedding outfit? For more colour inspiration don’t forget to check out our Instagram page.

Nearest stockists:

Chantel Lauren
Ghost Orchid Bride, Hessle, East Riding, Yorkshire

Lucy Can’t Dance
Rock The Frock Bridal Boutique, Chelmsford, Essex

And For Love
Ghost Orchid Bride, Hessle, East Riding, Yorkshire

Charlotte Balbier
Lace & Co Bridal Boutique, Wakefield, West Yorkshire
The Little Pearl Bridal Boutique, Pickering, North Yorkshire

Claire Pettibone
Lace & Co Bridal Boutique, Wakefield, West Yorkshire
Knutsford Wedding Gallery, Knutsford, Cheshire

 

 

Michelle x

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