Young Bride Dip-Dyes Her Wedding Gown To Include A Stylish Splash Of Color

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It’s white if there’s one standard color in weddings.

Ever since Queen Victoria started the pattern in the 19th century, it’s become the wedding event color for bride-to-bes. There are all type of accessories and styles to pick from, but for the most part, white is the way people go usually.

However, naturally, some individuals just require a little extra color for their special days.

A new pattern that’s been hitting wedding events is one that integrates the classic white wedding dress with a burst of unforeseen color. Exactly what is it? Dip-dyeing!

This technique sees the color creeping up from the bottom hem in a beautiful gradient, as if the fabric of the dress had been dipped into dye. Depending on the dress, these can be just a single color, or multiple colors, but they’re all stunning and unique.

So if you want to try something a little different but maybe you’re not ready to go to the complete opposite end of the color spectrum from the classic white, you need to check these out!

[H/T: My Modern Met]

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The dip-dye fad was popularized by this wedding dress, with its bold, sunset colors that made the Internet fall in love.

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The dress is actually the handiwork of artist (and bride) Taylor Ann Linko, who bought a plain, cheap wedding dress and then embellished the bottom using an airbrush.

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Linko actually details the process on her website, complete with all the trial-and-error experimenting!

But to have a gorgeous, one-of-a-kind dress on your special day? So worth it.

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The dress was a huge hit, and not just among the wedding guests. The Internet became enamored with the striking dress.

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And combined with her colorful hair and a cascading bouquet, it was really a beautiful look.

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Of course, she’s not the only one jumping on the dip-dye trend. This wedding dress only uses a single color, but the warm orange is a beautiful splash of color.

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It’s an unexpected way to add some personality to an otherwise simple, classic gown.

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Other designers opt for something more subtle. This flouncy tulle gown has a soft, delicate blue ombre effect, making it look like a beautiful little cloud.

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The nice thing about this style is that the possibilities really are endless, and can be made to reflect the personality of the bride.

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And it’s a great way to combine the traditional white gown with something a little different and modern.

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And they can be as bold or as subtle as you like. This dress only has a bit of color on the very bottom, but because it’s so little, the effect is even more striking.

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But then again, a richer, bolder color like this mulberry color are lovely, too.

This dress features some tie-dye-like effects, too, which adds texture and interest.

Do you know someone who likes to do things theirown way? Then SHARE this beautiful trend with them!

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