5 Unique Ways to Incorporate Color Into Your Wedding Attire

5 Unique Ways to Incorporate Color Into Your Wedding Attire

Traditional white has been the go-to wedding dress color forever in Western cultures, and while white is beautiful, it can also be a little boring. This is especially the case for brides who prefer to make a bold statement with bright colors in their day-to-day wardrobe. Looking for some unique ways to incorporate color into your wedding attire? Check out our five favorite ways below!

Pick Shoes with Pizazz

It may seem obvious, but it’s a classic for a reason: Nothing is more effortlessly chic than incorporating a pop of color on a shoe. This is a favorite pick for fulfilling the “something blue” tradition, but it can also be a great place to integrate a pattern that love.

Adorn Your Hair

If you want to feel like a queen on the big day, why not wear a headpiece that shows it? Wearing a flower-laden crown or tiara with colorful gems can be an easy and trendy way to add a little color to your ensemble. If you want to go for a less literal “princess” vibe, consider adding in a simple vintage-style comb with some colorful ornamentation or a veil with some vibrant embroidery.

Let the Flowers Speak

In the Victorian era, flowers were used to communicate messages. Why not let that apply to your wedding? Carrying a colorful bouquet that matches your wedding theme not only enhances the look of your wedding photos, but can also be a great way to give your ensemble a little life. Don’t feel like holding flowers at all times? Weave some plants into your hair for a beautiful wood nymph feel.

Pop on a Lippie

Colorful lipstick will not only make a bold fashion statement, but they will also make your lips look extra luscious and perfectly kissable for the big moment. Just keep in mind that a bold lipstick can be easily smudged, especially when drinking champagne and eating delicious food (and kissing on your new spouse, duh).

Nip In At The Waist

Bejeweled belts are a favorite accessory for many brides, so why not take it to the next level? Rather than picking out a belt that simply has some jewels shimmering on it, consider utilizing the colorful ribbon instead. If you want to make yourself look extra polished, be sure to snag a ribbon that matches your event’s color palette.

Credits:
Safar Saga Photography

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