Post # 1
I’m on the fence about this and I’d love some feedback. I love, love, LOVE dyed crinolines. I actually wanted a whole green wedding dress, but my fiance balked and ultimately I’m glad I picked a white dress. I love the photos I’ve seen of brides with colorful crinolines, though, and while I know I’m not a whole-green-dress bride, I know I could be a peek-of-green-crinoline bride. But I’m not sure how it will work with my dress and shoes.
My dress is David’s Bridal Galina Signature SML9790 in white:
And the shoes are these, by Menbur:
I’ll be wearing my hair up with a birdcage veil. My wedding colors are shades of light green with pops of blues and some red accents. Bridesmaids are wearing these in light green. Men are wearing black three-piece suits.
So, hive, what do you think? Dye the crinoline light green, or leave it white?
Post # 3
I think I’m going to vote leave it white, since it feels like you’ve got enough of the green color. What color is your bouquet?
Post # 4
Flowers are very simple — classic red rose bouquet with nothing trailing, not a lot of greenery.
Post # 5
I am all for colored Crinoline but with your style of dress I think you are better off leaving it white.
Post # 6
I wish my dress had crinoline so i could dye it. Green is my favorite color. I say dye it.
Post # 7
I vote for colored crinoline ! I think it will look awesome !!!
I dyed my crinoline fuschia and also bought fuschia shoes and they really compliment each other !!
Post # 8
Thanks for the input… although so far the poll results pretty much mimic my state of mind, which is leaning-white-but-liking-green! I might see if I can find a second crinoline for cheap and give it a try…
Post # 9
@TheFutureMrsE: I LOVE your matching crinoline and shoes!