Multi-Colored Wedding Gowns with Tons of Personality: Part 3
We love it when a bride chooses a non-traditional dress for her wedding day, and one of our favorite recent trends is a colorful wedding gown. Just imagine walking down the aisle in a dreamy pastel gown, or a show-stopping watercolor blend of blues, pinks and purples.
For us, the more colors the better, so check out some of our favorite multi-colored wedding gowns that boast tons of personality.
So many designers have leaned into the ombré color trend and we’re here for it. This charming ball gown gradually changes from a light pink color on the bodice to a dark purple at the hem of the skirt.
The frill-layered tulle gown features a sweetheart neckline on the semi-transparent corset bodice with a matching lace-up corset back. The delicate sheer tulle straps are versatile and can be worn off-the-shoulder or at the top of the shoulder creating a v-neckline.
The voluminous maxi skirt features cascading tulle layers and is a total princess vibe. The full-length misty rose underskirt flares out to provide shape and structure for the gown.
If you’re into a darker color palette, then the 17th century-inspired Raven gown is more your speed. Designed by Claire Pettibone, the base of the gown is a silver tulle A-line silhouette with a plunging v-neckline on a fitted sequin-and-lace embroidered bodice and sensual open back.
For added drama, a sheer black tulle overlay skirt features elaborate pink and red rose embroidery and black lace detail at the hem. The rich design gives the effect of a painting coming to life while highlighting the brilliance of nature’s beauty.
A cathedral-length train completes the romantic gown. For the more traditional bride, this design can also be modified in an ivory color with silver embroidery.
We love this feminine wedding gown by floral queen Monique Lhuillier. The juxtaposition between the short gown and the long train is absolutely stunning.
The Sicily wedding gown, from the designer’s spring 2023 collection called True Romance, is all about the fashion-forward bride. The strapless mini dress has a straight neckline and low back and features whimsical floral embroidery in vivid hues of blue, red, yellow and white.
The luxurious satin material continues on the show-stopping detachable cathedral-length train with a tulle overlay containing the same floral embroidery pattern. It’s the perfect springtime wedding pick for the stylish bride-to-be.
Another beautiful gown with a floral motif, but this time it’s a dreamy princess-like design—which is what Allure Bridals is known for.
The blush-colored Trisha gown is reminiscent of a blossoming English garden. A rainbow palette of embroidered florals cascades down from the straps of the v-neckline bodice to the frothy A-line tulle skirt. The gown boasts a matching v-back and a trail of alluring buttons leading from the bride’s back down to the hem of the billowy skirt.
This amazing design is definitely worthy of an outdoor wedding full of buds and blooms that match the florals on the wedding gown.
This next dreamy creation comes from designer Romona Keveza’s fall 2022 collection and it looks like a true piece of art.
The smooth silk A-line gown is a light turquoise-blue canvas for a stunning flower garden display. The beautiful design, with a multitude of colorful florals, is featured on the bodice, billowy long sleeves and the voluminous skirt. An alluring v-neckline with illusion detail pairs nicely with the thigh-high skirt slit. For a modern touch—pockets!
What we really love about this design is that it’s plus-size friendly and crafted with sustainable fabrics, meaning you can look good and feel good about the wedding dress you’re wearing.
If you’ve ever wanted a dreamy pastel rainbow wedding dress, now’s your chance. Texas-based designer Willowby, from the family brand Watters, crafted the beautiful Hutton wedding gown.
The illusion tulle gown, lined with Abrazo mesh, features an A-line silhouette, plunging v-neckline and matching v-back with illusion cutouts sides. A velvet ribbon belt ties the lightweight fabric together to accentuate the bride’s waist. The semi-sheer skirt has a small court train that could easily glide along the sandy beach during your destination wedding.
Not into the colorful look? This style also comes in ivory. It’s also offered in plus size, petite, tall and extra tall to fit a variety of body types.
This fairytale dream of a dress comes from the iconic Ines Di Santo. The spring 2024 collection, In Full Bloom, is a celebration of the designer’s 54th line, since launching her namesake brand—talk about impressive.
We’re singing praises for the Symphony wedding dress, a grand one-shoulder ball gown in the most beautiful baby blue hue. For extra volume, the shirred fabric skirt features a layered peplum accent and delicate 3D floral applique.
The design is ultra-romantic and the bride looks like an elegant fairy. We can picture this gown for a picturesque evening soiree at a botanical garden.
Our final multi-colored wedding gown is this feminine floral number from Marchesa. This gown comes from the spring 2023 couture collection and it is absolutely stunning.
The off-the-shoulder gown boasts a pleated gray-and-blush A-line skirt, made of sparkly glitter tulle, and a sweeping train. The corseted bodice features a plunging v-neckline, long billowy sleeves and a velvet pink ribbon belt.
The show-stopping element is the multi-colored 3D feather-and-organza embroidered flowers that cascade down from the neckline to the sleeves and the top half of the dreamy skirt. It’s so romantic, bold and elegant all in one perfect design.