Blushing Brides

Blushing Brides | Don a gown that blooms in a spring hue

(Front row, from left) Jim Hjelm (Gown Boutique of Charleston), Martina Liana (Gown Boutique of Charleston), Lis Simon (Bridal House of Charleston), Essense of Australia (Gown Boutique of Charleston)


(Back row, from left) Liancarlo (Gown Boutique of Charleston), Badgley Mischka (White on Daniel Island), Monique Lhuillier (Maddison Row), Watters (White on Daniel Island), Legends by Romona Keveza (Maddison Row)

Trend  Report
While traditional white wedding dresses may not yet be a thing of the past, a barrage of blush-, cream-, and café-au-lait-colored gowns are breathing new life into bridal wear. “Colored gowns are starting to become more mainstream, and modern brides are more than ready to take the leap into nontraditional tints,” says Lindsey Principi of Maddison Row. Still afraid to stray too far from tradition? Try a gown that layers lace over colored satin (like the Legends by Romona Keveza gown above) for the best of both worlds.


Photographs (9) Courtesy of the Designers