Post # 1
Hello everyone! <br /><br />I am having trouble finding a wedding gown that I really love, I began looking into gowns and stumbled on this one. I absolutely LOVE it, however I can’t picture how wearing a nude colored dress will look. I still want to look and feel like a bride but I’m not sure if nude will be too far off.
Here is my DREAM gown! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1dkCejsTYuU&feature=youtu.be
Our venue is a loft with lots of exposed brick and dark brown wood, and gold/yellow tones lights. Our bridesmaids will be wearing purple and the men will be in Grey, so maybe it will look more bridal?
Have you ever seen a bride wearing nude or do you have a photo? Please share! Thank you!
Post # 2
sarahmazing89: My dress was ivory lace over light gold – and it was obviously not white. I loved it and got a TON of compliments on it. I say go for it
Post # 3
I think there are a good number of brides who wear champagne or nude colored dresses.
There are hundreds of photos on Pinterest:
Post # 4
sarahmazing89: I actually wore a near-identical gown to a black tie wedding a few years back (except mine had capped sleeves) it was a Sue Wong gown. She has some gorgeous, beaded champagne/nude gowns. Look into it!
Post # 5
- Wedding: September 2016 - Our Castle
<br />Go for it! maybe white roses as your bouque to soften it..
Post # 6
wow that is gorgeous. I say go fot it. The trend seems to be blush, taupe, nude, even light blue colored wedding dresses. I have not seen them in a wedding yet but, when I went dress shopping I tried on a few blush gowns and loved them. Do what makes you feel the best!
Post # 8
sarahmazing89: Oooh pretty! I adore it! Sooo, updates please, what have you ended up with?
Post # 9
I love nude/blush/Champaign dresses. Go for it!
Post # 10
Nude dresses are sexy and sophisticated. Go for it.
Post # 11
Do it!!! Amazing!! Throw a veil on that and you’re bridal – and you’ll be able to wear it afterwards!!