Colored Wedding Dresses

Sep 28 2011

I love what’s coming down the runway for spring 2012 … colored wedding dresses! Soft and muted, these colored wedding dresses look so airy and romantic–fun to wear! Hmmm, would I wear a colored wedding dress–if given the chance again? I just might. What do you think of the muted colored wedding dress trend? Love it or leave it?

Let’s take a look at a few lovelies.

a celadon green from Vera Wang

 

Blush tulle from Monique Lhullier

Floral embroidered “green tea” from Reem Acra

Pale pink ombre from Claire Pettibone

Ice-blue tulle ball gown from Jenny Bridal

Soft-pink silk organza w/ruffled skirt from Oscar de la Renta

Blush ballerina from Monique Lhullier

Crystal-embellished tulle gown from Watters

images via Martha Stewart Weddings

 

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8 thoughts on “Colored Wedding Dresses

  1. I had a cream colored short dress – I raged against the system back in the 70s! Love these tender pastel colors!

  2. That floral “green tea” dress looks lovely, almost fairy-like…I could see that for a spring or garden/outdoor wedding. Love the “pop” of red on her hair accessory, too! Helps liven up the muted green.

  3. The blush tulle gown from Monique Lhullier is my favorite! If someone ever decides they want to marry me… I just might need that dress! :)

  4. The blush tulle is my fav. It looks like a wedding dress. Some of the others just look like gowns you would wear to a fancy ball (if people still do that). If the wedding dress stays in the white, cream, or blush colors, I think they are beautiful. Green – not so much.

  5. I was on the fence about the celedon and green tea colors until I read one the comments about how perfect the green tea color would be for a spring/outdoor wedding. I didn’t think of that! I love all these options. If I had to do it all again, I’d go with something like one of these lovelies!

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