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Design your own wedding dresses

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ImageA traditional wedding dress for the bride usually looks like an elegant dress, the color – a tone worthy of white, the design – a bit of flying, a white tiara, a magnificent white veil and all other accessories are chosen to accommodate them. However, some people like to break the rules and play differently. Why should not they? After all, your wedding is once in a lifetime opportunity to be the bride and groom. This day is special and have the absolute right to decide how everything has to be. So why not start with the wedding dress?

The two things that are common in almost all short Wedding Dresses are the style and color. Most brides prefer well dressed appropriate to have a fitted bodice and flared skirt, like-for structure, below the waist. If you want your wedding dress to be unconventional, you can mix and match different styles and colors to make a wedding dress that defines her style. Also, if your wedding is thematic, I think you want your wedding dress to be designed accordingly.
 
Color Wedding Dress

A bride always envisioned in the wedding cake dressed in shadow. Why not add some color to your wedding and the event is brilliant? You can use bright and vivid colors for her, and dresses for your bridesmaids. Bright shades of red, pink, blue, purple, green, etc.., Will turn the party. Accessories, shoes wedding, wedding decorations and the groom’s suit, if it matches the wedding dress wedding in a trendy way, the whole arrangement is sure awesome people. The look will make the event lively and happening. If the wedding takes place on a special day like Valentine’s Day, the red suit would be perfect, because red is a symbol of love. If you are getting married on July 4, an American flag accounts wedding dress for the event. A wedding day can be Christmas at the bride a gown of Santa Claus.

Wedding Dress Style

The wedding dress style actually defines the structure and assembly of the wedding dress. The various parts of a structure of wedding dress, like the silhouette, sleeves, neck, chest and the train is planned long before the actual dress is made. You can select any of the classic patterns for the design style of your wedding dress. If you already have your mother, aunt or grandmother’s dress for the wedding that you really love, you can make some small changes you want to auto on it (for accessories, or even on) and wear the same for their wedding. The designs of wedding dresses have been a huge change throughout the 20th century that have a wide range to choose from. Another option you choose is the party dresses that are readily available. A wide range of variety when it comes to party dresses. It is also ideal for those who are confused or have not yet decided on the style of wedding dress.

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Special wedding dress with color

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ImageFrom the time you were a young girl, you probably imagined having a white wedding dress much like your mother’s while you looked at her wedding pictures for the hundred and fifteenth time. Years later, it is time to choose which white dress is ideal for your special day. You visit one bridal shop after another and browse a sea of white, eggshell, ivory and ecru wedding dresses. To your dismay they all start to look alike while to your shock you dare contemplate other colors! Do you betray your little girl dreams of the perfect white dress? Do you abandon years of fantasizing about the pure and wholesome image that your white dress represents on your long awaited wedding day? Would a unsual colored wedding dress portray you in unappealing light?

It actually is of surprise that the usage of the white wedding dress derives more from misconception rather than tradition. In 1840 Queen Victoria of England wore a white wedding dress when she married Prince Albert. This is where the popularity of the white wedding dress largely stems from. It was quite uncommon for brides to wear white prior to this time. Before the Victorian time, brides were usually married in differing colors such as blue which was the actual color symbolizing to purity.

Now, there are many reasons that brides may seek alternative colors for her wedding dress. With greater choices in dress designs, the melding of many cultures and progressive attitudes toward marriage, brides are venturing out in unparalleled directions. Here are some things to consider when deciding on the perfect colored wedding dress.

Culture
White is not often chosen in the East as it is often symbolic of death. In China red is thought of as good luck and in India red embodies purity. In some Islamic nations, the color green represents the Muslim faith and is frequently used in the holy wedding ceremony. For bicultural brides, it is often a fusion of traditional and non-traditional colors that gives the perfect balance to their wedding day.

Location
Wherever you marry can make an impression on the color you choose. A daytime destination wedding versus an indoor evening wedding can have an influence on the color you choose. Destination weddings tend to have shades of light colors and accents especially when outdoors. Indoor and nighttime weddings tend to use bolder colors.

Time of Year
A spring wedding may look best with colors in the pastel range whereas a winter wedding may make healthier use of darker colors.

Wedding Bouquet
The color of your bouquet should complement the color of your dress. Try to maintain a balance of color and contrast between the two.

Wedding Theme
It is much easier to choose colors when establishing a theme for your wedding. A theme does not essentially have to be rather extreme like a beach or Las Vegas wedding. Rather, it can hold a feeling or impression which may consist of pastels, forest-like, whimsical or mystical colors. This does not preclude more radical themes nor is there anything inappropriate with desiring one. Gothic weddings are gaining notoriety where blacks and reds are often highlighted.

The Bride Herself
An significant factor is you the bride. Complexion, height and weight are significant factors. A fair skin bride should steer away from colors in the yellow range. Darker complected brides should avoid darker colors. Tall brides should try to break up their height by using accessories like sashes with colored ribbon while full-figured ones should experiment with monochromatic looks.

Bridesmaid Dresses
Some brides like to stand out from their bridesmaids and others prefer them to match. In some cases the only people with color are the bridesmaids while the bride is in white. It is feasible to imagine that today’s bride could choose to do the opposite. Imagine yourself in a light pastel blue dress with your bridesmaids in white dresses with light blue sashes!

First Time Wedding vs Non
Many first time brides are committed in wearing some shade of white which is absolutely fine. If it is not your first wedding, then you probably feel that you have been there and done that. Why not try out something new?

Bridal Accessories
Bridal accessories have become quite in style lately. Both Chelsea Clinton and Khloe Kardashian stylishly wore sashes as focal points of their dresses. The sash can bring lavishness and vivacity to a modest or minimal dress. It also virtually gives unlimited choices in color and trim without the need to be sized. Silk flower bridal headpieces and headbands can also create a splash of color and are unlimited in color and trim.

Color Trends
The color trend we see bridal dresses moving toward is inside the pastel pallet. This is not be mistaken with bold color pastels but rather very subtle ones. Some colors to consider are burgundy ,light pink, sage green, light blue and blushes.

The choices are unlimited and the pursuit for the perfect look is challenging but do not fret about differentiating yourself! Just because your dress may be a uncommon color does not have any bearing on how decent or genuine you may be perceived. What ultimately matters is which color makes you happiest on the day you have dreamed of for so long. So get out there, venture to be different and try something new! You never know, your own future little girl may end up dreaming of wearing light blue after looking at your wedding album for the hundred and fifteenth time!