Color Block Wedding Dress Ideas
There are many popular looks and styles in the bridal world, but two of the hottest and most modern trends might just be separates and colored wedding gowns. Now imagine if you took both of those styles and put them together. You'd get something we call color blocking and it fits together like peanut butter and chocolate or strawberries and champagne. A whole new look!
And one of the best things about putting these two together is that they're totally flexible, as in they can be styled to fit your personality. Whether it's whimsical and ethereal or modern and minimalist, color blocking is an easy way to combine trends and styles for a unique bridal look.
Interested? Here are some color block wedding dress ideas to show you just how cool this style can be.
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Stunning can be simple with a dreamy blush tulle skirt and classic wedding-white blouse. This look is perfect for the bride who loves ballet-inspired looks or whimsical fairy tale style.
Although we love the idea of mixing and matching bridal pieces, you can color block with one dress. Our Faith wedding dress features a light blue ballgown skirt made from layers of tulle and a lace bodice in light champagne. The result is a princess bride's dream dress.
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Ruffled wedding skirts are also hugely popular in the bridal world. Combine them with color blocking and you have something totally on-trend, as well as absolutely gorgeous. A lace crop top looks beautiful with this kind of skirt, but a longer length blouse or one with long sleeves would look equally as stunning when paired with a ruffled tulle skirt.
Our Alina gown is the perfect example of one-dress color blocking. This halter style dress features a white lace overlay and pink taffeta that drapes over a white organza ruffled skirt. It's several popular styles in one with color blocking as the highlight.
If you favor shorter styles, this vintage tea-length wedding dress is definitely for you. The color blocking can be seen in the contrast between the champagne embroidery and the black sash and corset back. It has a certain vintage elegance to it and is perfect for gals looking for a more modest wedding gown.
What do you think about color block wedding dresses? Which is your favorite look? Tell us in the comments, and let us know if you have a color block wedding dress style in mind. We can help you bring your ideas to life so that you have the perfect gown for your big day!