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Find the Right Coloured Wedding Dress
You will find that the wedding dresses of today are no longer synonymous with the colour white. A large number of brides are opting to add colour to their dresses in order to express their own individual personalities, while looking modern and trendy.
It's possible for you to add colour to a wedding dress with embroidery, you can add a band around the top area of the neckline, or the bottom hem, a sash just around the waistline or an open train. So many brides are opting to incorporate their favourite colour, whether it is black, purple or yellow, or just add some colour so that it coordinates with their wedding party. A bride from Ireland may have a bodice that is emerald green, while a bride in China may wear red. For this reason, you may also want to go with a wedding dress that is not white. It may shock your guests, but it will be one for them to remember. If you want to ensure that the coloured wedding dress that you choose still has the feel of a wedding dress, then you may want to go with a silhouette that your average wedding guest is unlikely to wear, like a ball gown that is fully skirted. It could be deep violet or rich gold, but it will still look like your traditional wedding dress.
Maybe you have a dress that is vintage that is an heirloom to your family, but has an unfortunate stain on it. If the dress is made from high quality fabric, then you may want to speak with a professional to find out whether it's possible for your dress to be dyed in a colour that is slightly darker than its current colour. It's an excellent way for you to preserve a small piece of your family history.