3 Unusual Bridal Gowns

When you think of bridal gowns, you think of lace and satin and pearls and rhinestones. You imagine bright white or soft ivory. But there are more options than traditional dresses. If you are a daring bride or would like a moment of entertainment, check out these unique designs.

If you want to feel like you’re floating on the clouds on your wedding…

Wear a wedding dress made of balloons. Yes, balloons. Even your bridesmaids can get in on this outlandish style, but they won’t be able to wear the dress again. Balloon dresses are one-of-kind and less expensive than designer gowns. Plus, they are guaranteed to have your guests whispering as you walk down the aisle and talking for years to come.

If you want to look delicious on your wedding day…

Wear an edible wedding dress or an edible sugar-coated rose petal wedding dress. Just in case your mouth isn’t watering yet, check out this wedding dress made of cream puffs. It is perfect for a bride who doesn’t want to wear white. Best of all, your bridesmaids can rock an array of edible dresses too; possible ingredients include eggplant, tomatoes, bubble gum, chives, bananas, bread, shrimp, spring onions, lotus root, mushrooms, and white radishes. Be sure to check out Sung Yeonju’s yummy creations.

If you want to outshine your bridal bouquet

Wear a dress made of real flowers…this gorgeous bridal gown made entirely of fresh white flowers. It resembles a Maggie Sottero design. To really break tradition, check out this colorful wedding dress made with hundreds of fresh flowers. With these designs, you can skip the bouquet all together.

While most these designs aren’t practical, they are a reminder that you are allowed to break the rules on your wedding day. Your dress doesn’t have to be a traditional white gown with lace and beads. You can wear unusual shapes, colors, designs, and materials. Choose a dress that showcases your personality (and figure), and rock it.