Why Go for Unique Bridal Colours ?
Be it vibrant red, rich gold, lush green or even calm white, the bridal colors of most culture has remained almost unchanged through decades. It is even more so in India, where colors are often associated with significant symbolizations. But times are changing and brides are now going off the beaten path to experiment with different colors. With personalized and customized theme weddings gaining popularity, it is all the more relevant to choose something they love and can relate to. So ladies, it’s time we have our own fun with colors.
Bridal Dresses Colour Combinations
Some gorgeous off-beat bridal colors to try:
- Mint Green, Aqua Blue And Fuchsia Pink
Bring a breath of freshness with summery mint green and aqua blue. But are they enough for the bride? We add a sprinkle of bright fuchsia pink to beautifully accent the two colors
- Lavender, Silver and Chocolate
Glittering silver against soothing lavender creates a harmonious balance. To bring depth to the look, we add a shade of dark, intense chocolate
- Pink, Salmon And Deep Blue
No other colors spell pretty and feminine better than salmon and pink. But these two colors can have an overwhelming rosy effect, that’s when the touch of deep blue will beautifully break the monotony
- Emerald,Green, Teal And Ruby
Emerald green and rustic teal against precious ruby create a serene balance that brings the magic of timeless and luxurious antiquity. Since the combination is not too bright but rather regal, they will be perfect for a daytime outdoor wedding theme
- Mauve, Blush And Wine
Mauve and blush pink have a soft cooling appeal while the use of dark wine brings richness and depth. Notice that the colors all complement each other; it is the intensity of the hues that add an element of mystery
- Tangerine, Custard And Marsala
The subtle, earthy hue of the Marsala has been a huge favorite this season. But for a bridal look, it can seem a little too restrained. Vibrant tangerine with light custard will not only create beautiful contrast but also help bring out the beauty of Marsala
- Shamrock Green, Gold And Red
The lovely shamrock green, a color associated with luck is rarely seen as a bridal color. But there is a charming appeal about it that makes us want to adopt shamrock green as a wedding color! For this, glittering gold are brought in and dash of intense red is added for a tranquil yet bold look
Bridal Colours For Wheatish Complexion
- Teal, Wine And Orange
There’s something about the beautiful teal that brings about a rustic charm. So why not complement it with the darkness of wine and the warmth of autumn orange. Vivid and lively, this one is for the bride who loves a splash of color any day
- Baby Pink, Gold And Dark Chocolate
Black is a color that is often shunned during wedding rituals but some of us just can’t enough of the seductive and mysterious black. So why not choose a closer hue, a dark chocolate for the bride. Combine it with soft baby pink and glittering gold or silver, smart and gorgeous!
- Purple, Red And Gold
Fiery red with rich purple and luxurious gold, this combination is fierce, bold and sumptuous. Perfect for the modern bride!
Bridal Dress Tips
- Bridal wear should be bright, bold and luxurious but never a riot of colors. It is better to make only one color dominate the outfit and that could either be a bright hue or a softer palette
- Use muted related shades to neutralize the color, we’ve used only one complementing color but you can go for two or three
- Include a contrasting color to add depth and also bring out the other beautiful colors
- An important element is to keep the wedding decor in mind before picking the bridal color. The bride should never ever blend in with the background but rather, the attention should be drawn to her
- For example, if teal is the main color of her outfit, the decor should have subtle and slight use of this shade. The other completing shades like orange and wine will be used more for the background
Vibrant, saturated colors look amazing as bridal wear. Even if soft colors are your personal favourite, try adding a touch of vivid colors. It always turns out better in photographs!