The latest bridal trend taking brides by storm is the Ombre Wedding Dress. For brides looking for alternative wedding ideas the ombre wedding dress is the perfect solution. Brides can really have fun with this look while still keeping the traditional white wedding dress at the core. Darker ombré colours such as purple, black and blue can really give a gothic vibe for a more unconventional wedding. I also love the paler pastel ombré colours which really add a feminine modern twist to a traditional wedding.
Ombre Wedding Dress colours?
An ombre wedding dress has a graduation of colour fading out to the natural dress. It can be deep colours, one colour, a mix of colours or pale colours – think watercolour effect. Typically this is an effect applied to the dress once it has been bought or you can find the finished wedding dress usually on handmade websites such as Etsy.
If this is the look you want make sure you ask a Dress alteration specialist about this service. It is not something you should DIY yourself. Etsy is a great source for shops providing this service.
However, I can also recommend Bexbrides who specialises in this service providing a colouring service on your dress as well as her own collection of wedding gowns.
Purple Ombre Wedding Dress
The bride bought the base dress for only £60 and had it completely transformed by Bexbrides who customised the dress with a gorgeous rich purple ombré effect. Bexbrides can be found on Etsy asEcclectic Brides
Pink Ombre Wedding Dress
This has got to be one of the prettiest pink wedding dresses ever! Just proving that this beautiful ombré effect is not just for dark way out wedding styles. This is a beautiful soft pink ombré wedding dress which is so romantic and pretty. We love the graduation of colour on the skirt and the lace overlay just finishes the gown off perfectly.
Credit: Bexbrides shop Eclectic Brides on Etsy
Blue Ombré Wedding Dress
Holy smokes this stunning ombré wedding dress from Eclectic Brides features a bold and dramatic peacock blue bodice with ombré colours to tie in.
Black Ombré Wedding Dress
A stunning two piece wedding dress is the ultimate statement for the modern bride. We love this edgy look which is soft and romantic rather than dark and gothic. The gorgeous black lace wedding top works so well with the chiffon black ombré wedding skirt.
Lilac Ombré Wedding Dress
Image Credit: Etsy at Wardrobe by Dulcinea
Pale Blue Ombré Wedding Dress
Blue wedding dresses are really on the rise in terms of popularity and this gorgeous two piece wedding dress features the most gorgeous pale blue ombré wedding skirt.
Shop this look on Etsy at Wardrobe by Dulcinea
Peach and Coral Ombré Wedding Dress
Blush Ombré Wedding Dresses
Subtle hints of colour on these stunning wedding dresses from Kelly Faetanini
Pastel Coloured Ombré Wedding Dresses
These hand dyed Leanne Marshall stunning wedding gowns epitomise her light and ethereal style, the movement in the fabrics really works well with the colours.
Colourful Ombré Wedding Dress
For brides wanting to inject some colour into their wedding dress ombré is certainly the way to do this without going over the top. These are some of the most beautiful vibrant colours seen on a wedding dress.
Credit: Leanne Marshall
One thing we are seeing is the formality of weddings giving way to a more laid back vibe. For some having a formal wedding ceremony and traditional sit down formal reception just doesn’t reflect modern couples anymore, who are opting for more personal celebrations. Not to mention the cost of such stereotypical wedding events are very expensive. Therefore it goes without saying that wedding dress trends would go the same way. The Ombre wedding gown takes centre stage at an alternative wedding and