The fall wedding season hasn’t begun yet but all the fall newlyweds-to-be are already getting ready, so I’d like to share some cool fall 2016 wedding theme for you, autumn brides! Fall weddings are so romantic and beautiful, a comfy royal blue wrap not to get cold and enjoy the fall air – this wedding is gonna be very romantic and memorable! And you’ll look stunning!
Think your autumn wedding has to be all about pumpkin centerpieces and foliage hues? Not to worry — fall weddings have tons of wedding style options.
It’s easy to feel trapped in a certain kind of wedding style when you’re planning a fall wedding — you might feel bound to a wedding color palette of brick to russet to terra cotta, and that autumn leaves are a decor necessity. But it’s not so — we’ve busted the top fall wedding myths so your style possibilities will be as excellent as the weather forecast.
Experts agree that you do not have to use leaf-hues for a fall wedding, and that some couples tend to rely too heavily on these and other earth tones (like chocolate brown) in autumn. We’re not suggesting that you ignore the season entirely and use bright, summery colors or spring pastels; simply consider other rich and glamorous hues that fit the time of year. Try classic navy blue paired with a glam shade of gold or Tiffany blue with mocha.
Many a bride comments that her mother and her future mother-in-law put more time and energy into choosing their “perfect dresses” than she put into choosing her bridal gown. Perhaps for Mom, the stakes are higher: she wants to look youthful, but not as if she’s trying to upstage the bride.
For your daughter’s wedding, you’re going to need a gorgeous dress. Here are chic mother of the bride dresses from 2016 collection.
The bridal fashion world has already moved forward to next wedding season (how fast!) when we are still talking about what’s hot in 2015! Here we bring you the hottest wedding dress trends from the Bridal Fashion Week 2016 runways! As known to all, bridal style maybe not change much especially from one season to the next, yet this year we still found some fund details and updates for your nuptials.
Not all brides love all white or ivory dresses, so for these brides who want their wedding dresses a little colorful, how about these light blue styles? Let’s begin!
Jenny Packham blue wedding dress with silk sash from Spring 2016
Jenny Packham blue knee-length wedding dress from Spring 2016
Galia Lahav’s Free-Spirited Spring Blue Wedding Dresses for 2016
Marco & Maria Bridal 2016 Blue Wedding Dress
Naeem Khan Spring 2016 strapless sweetheart French blue silk sheath wedding gown with a watteau train
Naeem Khan Positano Sleeveless Light Blue A-line Wedding Dress – Spring 2016
Monique Lhuillier blue wedding dress from spring summer bridal collection 2016
Marco & Maria Bridal 2016 Sheer Blue Wedding Dress
White wedding dress will forever be classic, but that doesn’t mean that colors can’t be classy. Contrary to tradition, many brides nowadays are steering away from the usual white or ivory and lace ensemble. Here are 10 brides who didn’t wear white and absolutely rocked it.
1. Bridal fashion shoot – Keira Knightly in chic blue wedding dress.
2. This bride’s charming floral printed gown that resembles porcelain.
3. This bride who looks fabulous in her tea-length blue dress.
4. This sweet vintage look wedding dress get inspired from 1950s wedding gowns.
5. This bride in her stunningly cool and embellished gown.
6. This bride in her beautiful and romantic pastel wedding gown.
7. This wedding gown inspired by ink and water makes a plain white dress an artist’s dream.
8. Blair’s powder-blue wedding dress on the Gossip Girl finale.
9. Chic floral printed wedding gown for a vibrant look.
10. This beautiful bride in her soft blue gown.
Wearing something blue used to mean popping on a baby blue garter or stitching a ribbon to your underskirt. But chic modern brides are getting so much more creative with their wedding day nod to all things azure. Wearing blue wedding shoes is a fun twist on the tradition that is easy to pull off.
We just love how so many brides have been stepping out in their something Blue, so to guide you through navy heels, cobalt pumps and sapphire peep-toes.
Blue bridal shoes and colored wedding shoes have been a popular trend for the last few years. It’s a great idea to wear color or metallic shoes with your wedding gown as you don’t have to be concerned about getting the exact match of white or ivory silk wedding shoes or having the shoes dyed to match your dress. And of course the best part is, that you’ll be able to wear your wedding shoes again.
So where did the trend begin? Colored wedding shoes and blue bridal shoes began with Carrie Bradshaw and the famous Blue Manolo Blahnik’s shoes featured in the first Sex and the City Movie. A few of my favorite blue bridal shoes are below in various tones and styles. Are you planning on wearing blue wedding shoes? Tell us where you found yours!