The ladies here at Kyle Michelle Weddings definitely have developed FIFA fever, but this latest collection of 2014 bridal wear has tested our dedication to the sport when it comes to integrating it into a wedding. The dress pictured below in the middle is called "Golden Goal Wedding Dress" in honor of the 2014 FIFA World Cup and it is just one of the many wedding dresses that has been designed with soccer in mind. The Sao Paulo's Housewife Dresses for Brides Shop in Brazil also recently released a FIFA-themed collection, which is dominated by the colors of the Brazilian flag. That's right, NONE of them are white!
Although the idea of designing bridal dresses after the world's sport is fairly unique, non-white wedding dresses are quickly becoming a common theme in 2014's weddings. In fact, Vera Wang just debuted fourteen dresses in her Fall 2014 Wedding Dress collection that ranged from pink to peony. You can view all of them here! So what do think about ditching the white and going with a bolder color choice? Various designers and bloggers have vouched that it would not be the end of the world to say toodle-oo to tradition and wear a colorful bridal gown instead.
Don't worry, you will still look like the bride! So, if you have been reconsidering wearing white then know that you're not alone; many designers have begun to appeal to brides like you through creating bridal collections filled with colors that are sure to make you the center of attention on your big day! A little timid to stray from tradition? Try mint green. Want a glamorous wedding night? Gold is for you. Looking to spice up your big day and wow your friends and family? RED! White isn't right for every bride, but for those non-traditional brides it is important to know that there are a multitude of options. Let's just hope it doesn't include soccer balls. To see more examples of stunning, colorful bridal gowns, check out The Cut's article, "45 Stunning Nontraditional Wedding Dresses," or BuzzFeed's article, "36 Colorful Wedding Gowns That Prove You Don’t Have To Wear White."