Queen Victoria set the trend of marrying in white on February 10, 1840, when she wore a white dress instead of traditional red at her wedding to Prince Albert. From that moment the wedding dress industry changed for centuries to come until the early 2010s when bridal designers started to introduce dramatic colours and silhouettes. Vera Wang ’s Spring 2012 collection featured only one white dress. If you are looking to get married in an alternative outfit at your wedding, you can break the rules and chose to say ‘ I do’ in one of the below alternative options
A white wedding dress is not the only choice
This lavender Vera Wang macramé lace mermaid gown with dramatic skirt can be the perfect choice for a trendy bride.
Choose a jump-suit for your wedding
If you are worried about dragging a heavy wedding dress around all day, a wedding jumpsuit is the ultimate alternative. This elegant off- shoulder long sleeve jumpsuit by Carolina Herrera is as elegant and as formal as a wedding dress.
Be daring by creating a transparent effect
Brides marrying in an exotic location often chose to say” I do “ in a shear wedding dress from head to toe with touches of lace. For an ultra delicate sheer dress that can be both breezy and light we have chosen this floral embroidered Oscar de la Renta sheer gown which is both romantic and sexy at the same time.
Be comfortable and effortlessly chic in a short dress
A long wedding dress is not the only choice for many brides ; with modern weddings being less about getting married in a chapel and much more about comfort and personal style , short dresses are becoming more desirable every season. ¿why not dance the night away in this gorgeous Oscar de la Renta short dress with artful drippings?
Mix and match your perfect bridal look
Separates are defiantly one of the best alternatives to the traditional white wedding dress. You can mix and match skirts and tops from the bohemian style Catherine Deane bridal collection to create your unique bridal style.
Wear something blue
¿Why not choose a blue wedding dress for your “Something Blue” ‘ and ditch the traditional white dress for a more statement dress? This blue non-traditional Anne Barge mikado ball gown symbolizes stability, security and lifelong loyalty.