1. Splash Some Color
The use of color on a traditional wedding dress is one unique feature that can be added on a wedding gown. The customary color added to the conventional white color is Ecru or any shade of white. However, you can go a bit more daring and venture into other newfangled colors like Rum Pink, Baby Blue, Blush—light pastels. Or Coffee Late, perhaps?
2. Exquisitely Laced
Lace is another interesting design on a wedding gown. Of course, all traditional bridal dresses have lace on it – somehow the look of lace and the feel of lace bring some kind of romance to the dress. Look for intricately designed laces or opt for geometrical designs – definitely something out of the box. A plush detail of old-world lace with exquisite draping is another thing to consider.
3. Show Stopping Exceptional Fit
Flattering clean lines, graceful silhouettes, softly shaped necklines, graceful brush trains, slim skirts—all these details make a wedding dress exceptional. A taste for high fashion glamour isn’t enough. If the gown’s couturier possessed such unmatched craftsmanship coupled with serious attention to detail, then you can be assured of an impeccable fit and walk your way to a show-stopping march down the aisle.
4. Flash Fabric
Some distinctive bridal gowns are just effortlessly fabulous and just simply have the oomph factor because of its classic romantic and cutting-edge fabric. Beam, blush and be beautiful on a gown made from fine fabric like upscale silk chiffon, silky crepe, satin and organza, or taffeta. Chiffon is a chic material for eye candy. It’s light and lithe and gives a dreamy and feminine windswept romantic look.
5. Play up the Details
Celebrate the traditional elements of a bridal gown by getting into delicate details and embellishments – like flower accents, ruffle trims, beautiful and exquisite hand-beading, sparkling sequins, embroidered beading in ivory, white or pearl or Swarovski crystals. Finish the look with details on hand-draping and beaded silk coverings.