When white isn't romantic enough: 3 blush wedding gowns by MYWONY

There’s nothing wrong with a wish to add a touch of color to the most important dress of your life. For the past year sweet and feminine pink tones have been at the top of the list. In a tandem with the right accessories, they add a bit more interest and catchiness to the bridal look. This shade works with any:

  • hair color. Not only blondes look good in pastel colors! Blush pink is an accent shade that works with both warm and cool tones. For dark- and red-haired brides, it creates a beautiful contrast, underlining the skin tone.
  • skin tone. Blush pink does look great on every skin tone. Moreover, if you have a light skin tone and cool or pink undertones, try wearing soft pink shades. For the ones with warm or golden undertones, we recommend looking at the peachy shades. Any pastel color will compliment dark skin tones and make a dark complexion pop.

Limestone Forest

Off-shoulder short sleeves, hand-pleated bodice, and nude lining – this dress gives the bride a truly romantic feel. Sculpted in crash silk chiffon in blush and deep ivory tone silk, the Limestone Forest dress is the epitome of innocence and grace. A fully lined and boned sweetheart corset transforms into a flowing skirt with accents on the sides and a long train.

The gorgeous Peony skirt consists of the softest layered tulle in champagne, sand, and peach colors. Together they create beauty in every fold and shade. This fully lined skirt has a subtle, shiny satin waistband.

Liquorice Sunrise

Subtle shades of this dress create an impressionist palette of sunset, rhododendron, and rose quartz. Being perfect for a fashion-forward bride, it has blush meshed volumetric sleeves. They are resembled by the blush-nude lining, enhanced with an off-white flowing silk chiffon skirt and long train. The gaze stops at the V-shape mid-open back with crystal buttons.