Published at Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019 - 14:42:02 PM. Wedding Decoration. By Archard Krüger.
Though it could go both ways, the style and theme of your Wedding Dress should follow the theme you desire for your Wedding Day, or vice versa. Some couples select the Wedding Day theme earlier than the selection of the Wedding Dress, as a result of this; they make the Wedding Gown match the theme theyve chosen. However for some people, the choice of the Dress comes first, and the theme of the Wedding Day follows the Wedding Dresses theme. So if there is a Wedding Dress that catches the brides imagination and is heavily beaded and formal, then the theme for the Wedding Day is usually formal. If the bride picks a less formal Wedding Gown, then it can be said that the Wedding Day may be less formal.
Browns and beiges are becoming more popular as wedding dress colours, especially when choosing a vintage wedding dress. Brown is an earthy, traditional and organic colour, giving a feeling of wholesomeness and stability. Vintage wedding gowns are often made in subtle, delicate tones of brown, beige and peach, and you can accessories wonderfully with this colour by using lace, pearls and wooden beads. Dont be afraid of a black wedding dress! Black is a sophisticated and classic colour for a dress, especially if you are having a clean-cut, contemporary wedding, or a black tie affair. Black is a strong, authoritative colour, and of course pairs excellently with white for a twist on the traditional.
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