This season, warm your Las Vegas weddings with a hint of color. While white has always been a winter wedding classic, this season’s brides are choosing to embrace a new hue. It’s called blush, and it’s a shade of barely-there pink.

woman in blush bridal gown with merlot calla lilies
Blush Gown by David's Bridal

For non-conforming brides, the blush bridal gown shares an elegant aura, especially when featured with light fabrics, like organza, tulle or chiffon. But blush isn’t the only color this season that’s making its way into the minds and hearts of brides-to-be.

Bold brides have also been seen in shades of champagne, gold, pearl, and peach. As a simple, subtle shift from the classic white or soft ivory tones, these bridal gowns breathe life into any bride’s natural appearance.

Brides, be completely certain of your decisions before you choose to wear blush dresses for your wedding days. Ask close friends, family, and (if you don’t mind him learning a little sneak peek) your groom. If a blush dress won’t upset for the wedding day, then consider a wedding gown of a less traditional hue for when you’ll say, “I do.”

As you gather inspiration, view these bridal gown designs available through local Las Vegas weddings dress stores and bridal boutiques.

David’s Bridal

Gown by David's Bridal

As seen at Bridal Spectacular bridal show’s fashion runway, this one-shoulder, organza gown features a black belt and a flange skirt of champagne rosettes to create the perfect wedding reception dress. Available from Vera Wang’s White Collection, found at David’s Bridal.

Bowties Bridal

Gown by Sottero and Midgley

Designed for a glamorous bride, this slim, strapless gown showcases an asymmetrical satin wrap for waistline definition and an A-line skirt with champagne and ivory lace over light gold. Available from Sottero and Midgley Collection, found at Bowties Tuxedo and Bridal Boutique.

Dillard’s Bridal

Gown by Dillard's Bridal

With a textured top, waist ruching, and long skirt, this taffeta dress gives a youthful feel in its design and an antique flair through its yellowed “1970s ivory” vintage hue. Available from JS Collections, found at Dillard’s Department Stores.

Bridal Elegant

Gown by Eden Bridal

From its form-fitting V-neckline bodice to its tulle skirt with a chapel-length train, this blush bridal gown displays an overlay of delicate ivory sequins and lace, complemented by a grosgrain belt. Available from Eden Bridal’s Black Label Collection, found at Bridal Elegant.

Alfred Angelo Bridal

Gown by Alfred Angelo Bridal

Perfect for the bride who wants to wear white with a touch of added color, this ivory wedding dress of satin with lace overlay calmly draws attention with a satin sash customizable to any color. Available from Alfred Angelo’s Dream in Color Collection, found at Alfred Angelo Bridal.

The Finishing Touch: Bridal Accessories

For brides that select a blush bridal gown, wedding professionals recommend a non-matching shoe hue. Instead of a pink shoe, try bridal shoes in old gold, antique cream, or burnished copper. To further create a warm color palette amidst winter, try soft gold jewelry rather than traditional silver (which looks best with a pure white dress). Lastly, to complement a bride’s blush dress, encourage bridesmaids to don colors of a similar palette, including lilac, charcoal, plum, champagne, or slate.

Author: Allyson Siwajian © 2011

Photographs: David’s Bridal, Sottero and Midgley, Dillard’s Bridal, Eden Bridal, Alfred Angelo Bridal (as seen on their websites)