By Raven Fon
Every bride experiences the problem of finding a creative way to add colour to their all-white gown. Or they did, until now.
It’s one of the biggest dilemmas brides deal with when planning a wedding. You want to add a pop of colour to your dress, or tie in the wedding theme colours with your fashion choice…but how?
You could do something rather ordinary, like add a splash of red or purple to your veil, or maybe a classic rhinestone belt right above the waist. Or you could try out one of these innovative ideas that are sure to wow your friends and family (as well as the groom).
The dip-dye trend does more than simply add a colourful touch to a formal gown, it conquers an issue every bride faces- the inevitable disaster of the bottom of the garment getting covered in dirt. Killing two birds with one stone? Yes please!
There are plenty of DIY tutorials that can teach you how to easily colour your dress, but if you find it to be too complicated (and really, who needs another task to add to the long list of wedding to-dos), you can always order one to get dyed.
#1 A light purple touch, nothing too drastic
#2 Casual and comfortable with a golden yellow hue
#3 A fantasy of cascading blue shades
#4 Lavender is always a good choice
#5 Dying certain parts of the bodice and tulle makes for a dramatic appearance
#6 Rainbow dye effects are fun and vibrant
#7 Add a dash of colour under a few layers to create dimension
#8 Go all the way with marble dyed colours
#9 General dip dyed skirts can still be strikingly beautiful
#10 Sea and beach weddings are great for a turquoise shade
#11 Classic mauve into a dusty rose is an exceptional choice for any bride
#12 Yellow is the most underrated colour at weddings
#13 When you choose a light blue, you can be as subtle or as dramatic as you want
#14 Like a cloud in a dream
#15 Ocean vibes