- More and more brides are breaking tradition by wearing black dresses to their weddings.
- Some opt for simple black gowns with touches of lace.
- Others choose sparkly black dresses that are ideal for night weddings.
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The floral lace continued onto the top of the full skirt, which was made of see-through black tulle. The trim of the skirt had the same lace detailing as the bodice.
Holly Belle Photography captured the bride.
It took a few tries, but the high-neck dress with a keyhole back ended up being a dark shade of black that was just what she wanted.
Hevern paired the gown with a coordinating black veil, as A.B. Photography documented in her pictures from the event.
The shape of the dress spoke for itself, as the gown didn’t have any embellishments or texture.
The sheer puff sleeves and flowing skirt give the dress a sense of grandeur. Mercy Rae Photography captured the bride.
The silhouette, head-to-toe embellishments, and silver shoulder detailing the bride wore over the gown gave it a vintage look.
Her floor-length, black veil tied the bridal look together.
Complete Weddings + Events videotaped the nuptials.
Naza Unique Photography captured the bride on her wedding day.
The dress’ long-sleeve bodice was made of black and sheer lace, while layers of black tulle created the full skirt.
The dark color lets the bride stand out. Reib Photography captured the bride.
The column dress featured lace detailing on the high neckline and sleeves, contrasting with the simple shape of the rest of the gown. The bride’s black hair and dark smokey eye fit the aesthetic the dress created.
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