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With Winter fast approaching, I start thinking about Winter weddings. Personally, I like the idea of a Winter wedding, I envisage a beautiful rich colour palette, moody skies and luxe accessories to layer up with. Here are some suggestions for Winter wedding dresses…
Not only are they practical but sleeves provide such an elegant look for a Winter wedding gown. So many of my brides like the idea of sleeves whether is to cover up and keep warm, to (dare I say it…) cover their arms or just for the love of lace sleeves. Sleeves are still so different because it is so hard to come by a gown with sleeves. More often than not, you have to have a gown made to have lace sleeves.
If it is cool, consider a heavy guipure lace wedding gown. Guipure lace is sure to create an epic gown and is perfect for the cooler climate because it will keep you warm (therefore, not so suitable for a Australian Summer wedding).
Opt for a winter wedding gown without sleeves and add a fur coat or cape to keep you warm. I really like the vintage inspired look of a classic gown with a fur coat.
Embrace a rich colour such as red for a Winter wedding gown. Red looks so fantastic with Winter inspired floral arrangements and a black suit. Red is also a great colour for those with pale complexions.
Add a touch of drama to a Winter wedding gown with intricate beading. Not only does it look incredible but it creates it an elegant, luxurious statement.
To incorporate your Winter wedding colour palette, add a warm colour such as oyster or mushroom to the underlay of your wedding dress. We often use a warmer tone under an ivory lace to enhance the pattern of lace. The result looks amazing!
In Winter you can embrace layers so consider a wedding dress with a full skirt and a petticoat or an extended train.
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