Simple wedding dresses are a very big trend for 2014 weddings. Brides tend to find them, because they allow them to put their personal stamp on their clothing, making it truly original. Take a look at these wonderful ideas on how to make a simple wedding dress.
Many of the new simple 2014 wedding dresses have natural waistlines. This makes them the perfect white cloth to add a beautiful belt or sash. One of the most beautiful options to your gown accessories with a fabulous jewelry belt. The DIY bride can trust her hand trying to make her own sparkling sash, or they can be ordered online or by your seamstress. A jewelry belt will dramatically change your simple dress in something that still is understated and elegant, but also very striking. Swarovski crystal wedding jewelry would be the logical choice to fill the sash.
Another great way to customize your wedding dress is adding color. A sash or Ribbon in your wedding colors can easily be tied around the waist of virtually any dress. If you don't care for a sash, it would be nice to have a colorful brooch pin on the waist of the dress, on one side. A large handmade organza flower brooch in Petal Pink or lilac would absolutely delicious for a spring wedding. Or make your gown enthusiast by pinning on a brooch made of colorful Crystal (maybe blue for your something blue?). You can change the color to pull in your Crystal wedding jewelry to your whole look together. Experiment a bit with the placement of the brooch. Many dresses have bodices with packaged substance, and it looks great if you have the pin on the lines of the bodice further aligned.
Romantic side is a huge trend for 2014. It would be very nice to begin with an unadorned wedding dress in a very flattering silhouette and then decorate with lace. There are a lot of ways to go about this. A dress with a very clean lines and no waist detail, it would be incredible for a piece of the wide lace trim wrap around the waist of the dress. It would be especially done a fantastic job in a contrasting color to the dress, so that the side really will appear good. Black Lace would be wonderful on an ivory dress, for a contemporary yet slightly vintage style. Ivory lace on a white toga would be weakened, but still noticeable. You can even layer a very thin belt over the side to emphasize your waist.
Another thing you can do to personalize your wedding dress with lace is to create a lace trim around the hem. Now we see new gowns with completely solid skirts, this is a nice option. (It would not work for a dress with any kind of gathering or other details on the skirt.) What an elegant timeless detail. Speaking of elegant, other nice idea to have a small lace Hat sleeve add to a sleeveless wedding dress. This works best when the dress already have a real arm holes, like a v-neck or scoopneck dress would. Since the Royal Wedding, lace sleeves of any kind are certainly a very hot trend for brides.
There are numerous ways to your own creative style to add to a simple wedding dress. The great thing about doing that is it allows you to get the dress that is most flattering to your figure and affordable for your budget, without worrying about the details about it. You can create your own unique accents to add to a simple bridal gown to a one-of-a-kind dress that you will love to wear!