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10 Beautiful Ivory and Blush Wedding Dresses for Spring/Summer 2012

4th April 2012 |By | 2 Comments

Blush wedding dresses were huge for 2011 and continue to be the alternative bridal colour of choice for Spring/Summer 2012 collections. Confetti’s Karen Birney picks 10 of her favourite styles…

Ever since Reese Witherspoon sailed down the aisle in her deliciously blush, A-line, Chantilly lace Monique Lhuillier gown in March last year, we’ve had a love affair with blush shade wedding dresses.

This look is all about femininity and light, so lace, ruffles, floral accents or bows are the way to go when it comes to embellishments.

If you’d love to go for a blush colour but find it a little too alternative for your wedding, try an ivory shade, with a blush belt to bring out a pink hue.

Left: Monique Lhuillier | Right: White by Vera Wang

A-line gowns with ruffle skirts or embellishments are perfect for taller women with a smaller chest. Keep accessories to a minimum with these dresses however, the last thing you want is to look like a cupcake decoration! A sheer veil and simple hairdo will work perfectly. Stay away from ringlets or wavy hair if you are wearing it loose, think light and soft with plenty of movement.

Left: Justin Alexander 8645 | Right: Stephanie Allin Rosalba

Blush and ivory shades adapt best to 50s style wedding dresses. This style is great for women with curves, as you can use a darker shade of blush belt to show off a small waist. The kicked-out, tea-length skirt will look the height of femininity in a blush hue, and shoes in an off-white or ivory will finish the look off beautifully. If you’re feeling a little more daring however, go for duck egg shade shoes – they can even double as your ‘something blue’.

Left: BHLDN | Right: Monique Lhuillier Spring 2012

Left: Kosibah, Style KB0503 | Right: Enzoani, Style: Dakota

Left: Lanvin via | Right: Temperley, London via

You don’t have to go for A-line with a blush or ivory dress however, sheath skirts also work with this hue if you want a more understated look overall. Subtle embellishments give the gown depth and glamour.

Get even more inspiration on our Fashion pages!

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2 Replies to “10 Beautiful Ivory and Blush Wedding Dresses for Spring/Summer 2012”

  1. Lucy

    I haven’t picked a dress yet, but I am thinking of blush, or rose pink. Kind of a 50’s style xx

    Reply· Apr 4, 2012 5:43pm
  2. KateThompson

    @Lucy – sounds gorgeous! I just bought a 50’s style dress the other day and it’s so flattering. 1950s style really gives you an hourglass figure as the waist is accentuated and the skirt is wide. My figure is not curvy but even I look girly in a 50’s gown. Every bride-to-be should try a 50’s style dress before they decide on ‘the one’!

    Reply· Apr 17, 2012 9:46am

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