Color bridal gowns today are definitely not your grandmother’s lace.  Blush and champagne tones are flattering brides down the aisle more and more.  Its not just editorial ladies when you find the perfect shade for your skin tone you may just change your mind about white wedding dresses as well;-)  PS- Warning if its not the right tone you also may hate it- heads up you may need stylist expertise to guide you tru the subtle nuance of color bridal gowns.

This blush campagne toned lace and tulle gown has a one shoulder andand low v open back trending right now.  The Paradiso’s “Minola” just has that “wow” factor with it’s scalloped lace and a full trumpet skirt of soft & feathered tulle, adding a rich, opulent feel to rival the grandeur of the Colony Club.  The addition of a smooth, deeper-toned satin sash cinches in the waist, while heirloom-quality crystals, resting in the center of the sash, draw all eyes to the smallest part of the body.  The sash’s glamourous crystal medallion catches the candlelight in the gilded gold ballroom, so no one can help noticing how this gown exudes the kind of black-tie elegance found only at the historic Colony Club’s most delectable soirees.


A Biento,

Rachel Shinville, Editorial Team

The opinions in this article are subject to the editorial author of this post. Le Salon encourages brides to try multiple boutiques and designers to find the one. Questions? Want to Book an Appointment at our Bridal Shop in Birmingham, Michigan (MI)? call 313-924-1651 or email us.