This week our favourite posts have been centred around the fact that more and more brides and stylists are moving away from traditional white or ivory wedding dresses and choosing gowns with either a hint of colour such as delicate pastels, or going bold with colour and patterns detailed by gorgeous sequencing.
This first blog post showcases the most exquisite, heavily sequined gown from a styled shoot in Paris, proving you can look every bit a bride despite not wearing a traditional gown.
Romantic Wedding Inspiration shoot in Paris via Style Me Pretty.
Ruffled blog featured a drool-worthy cream gown with heavy black sequencing as well as a beautiful black chiffon gown. This shoot allso showcased the most exquisite tablescapes for an Autumnal wedding, with a rather gorgeous autumn flower crown. This whole shoot beautifully combines sophisticated elegance with rustic charm.
Wheat Nouveau Fall Wedding Inspiration via Ruffled Blog.
If you’re sitting on the fence about going for a dress with a hint of colour, this post by the Wedding Sparrow exhibits a beautiful collection of some of the prettiest gowns that might persuade you to go for it.
25 Dresses for a fine art bride via Wedding Sparrow.
This styled shoot on the Pretty Blog features the most beautiful bold dress- it is colourful, vibrant and perfect for a summer garden wedding. The combination of the dress, the bouquet, flower crown and tablescapes is bound to satisfy anyone who has a passion for flowers.
Floral Sensation for Bridal Inspiration at House of Krone via Pretty Blog
This last post isn’t from this last week but it features a bride who handpainted her wedding gown. It's definitely worth taking a look at if you hope to do a little DIY for your wedding.
Hope you are all having a wonderful weekend! x