Colorful, Dip-Dyed Wedding Dresses Are The Latest Bridal Trend
From orange to blue to rainbow-colored, this dip-dyed wedding dress trend is seriously pretty.
More and more brides are starting to make the bottom of their wedding dresses the place to showcase their “something blue.” And it’s not just blue.
We’re seeing more wedding dresses featuring a dip-dyed effect at the bottom in every color imaginable, and the trend is truly more beautiful than you may expect. Adding a colorful, even ombre, effect to the bottom of your gown is a great way to break from tradition. Sure, you still want to wear a white gown if you’re not looking to stray too far from the norm—but this way, you can still add a ton of personality to your gown.
While you could DIY, companies are starting to do custom orders of the dip-dyed gown. That way, your wedding dress will be even more original. Because who doesn’t want to wear a one-of-a-kind gown on her wedding day, after all?
If you’re questioning how this tie-dye effect will look on a wedding gown, I definitely understand your skepticism. Check out the photos below to see just how beautiful these dresses can be.
We’ve loving this bold pop of color. It’s a different look, but the instructions from Want That Wedding are the same.
3. Something Blue
Then again, you could always stick a little closer to tradition and bring your own something blue — on your own dress, like this one from Lucy Can’t Dance, which the dip-dye specialty dressmaker featured on Instagram:
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