Tea Length Wedding Dresses in Colour
When getting married, brides often choose their favourite colours for their bridal party or flowers but there are lots of ways to add in colour to your dress too. Champagne and apricot make subtle alternatives to a white or ivory wedding dress and you can feel glamorous with beautiful blues or blush pinks. There are so many ways to add colour to your tea length wedding dress and be as subtle or dramatic as you want.
If you don’t want to wear a traditional white wedding dress there are lots of coloured tea length dresses you can wear. From having a dress in one complete shade or just a hint of colour, there is a style of short wedding dress that is just right.
Your wedding dress can be customised too to suit your style like this beautiful blue dress. Worn by our customer Nevada. This stunning dress has been customised with sleeves and the bride looked amazing on her wedding day.
Brides can go bright and bold in vintage style wedding dresses and choosing the right style for you is all important. You can create a striking look such as with this black/ivory 1950’s inspired v neck dress – Brighton Belle by True Bride.
If you don’t want to go as eye catching as this, the same dress comes with the lovely Organza/embroidered skirt only. There are lots of colour ways so you can find your perfect calf length or 1950’s inspired dress.
We offer over 60 designs in wonderful colours such as Champagne, Mocha, Almond, Blue, Blush pink and Ash Rose. There are also options to have cap sleeves or customise to full sleeves depending on what is your perfect wedding dress. It’s always worth contacting us here at Cutting Edge Brides to come in to the boutique to see what works best for your big day. There is always a colour way and style to suit every brides personality.
Above is Amelie by Loulou – A Beautiful Vintage inspired 50’s length silk organza dress with pleated bodice and full circle skirt and it comes in Ivory silk organza over ivory, vanilla, mocha, ash rose, grey (Dress shown in ivory over ash rose).
If you want to add colour but prefer to keep your short wedding dress in ivory then have fun by adding your colours to your flowers and petticoats instead.
Here’s our bride Lucy wearing Claire with a stunning petticoat in multicolours which really make this an eye catching dress.
If you are a bride and would like your dress featured on our blog please email: Info@cuttingedgebrides.com (Attn: Karen)