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Looking for Daring Wedding Colors? Try Shades of Ombré!

Back in 2007, Gisele Bündchen dyed her hair so that the dark shade at her roots gradually faded into blonde at the tips, and the ombré trend was born. Years later, everyone is still obsessed with that subtle, or not so subtle, fade.

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Ombré isn't just for stylish hair, either. The trend can be applied to anything that showcases a color gradient.

Here are 11 ways to add a touch of ombré to your special day:

1. Deep Purple

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The way this cake fades from wedding white to the darkest of royal purple has our stomachs growling.

2. 50 Shades of Bridesmaid

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Have your bridesmaids dress in different shades of the same color and... voila! You'll suddenly have a DIY ombré bridal party.

3. Faded Love

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Even simple invitations can't escape your ombré obsession.

4. Perfectly Pink

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Surprise! Even the inside of your cake can be an ombré display.

5. Here Comes the Ombride

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White wedding dresses are practically begging to be dip-dyed!

6. Behind the Flower Curtain

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If this hanging flower curtain weren't magical enough, it's also beautifully color coordinated.

7. Macaron Madness

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While macarons are now ubiquitous at stylish weddings, how many couples serve them on a color coordinated tree?

8. Drink Yourself Colorblind

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Your guests will be fading into oblivion after pounding some of these colorful cocktails.

9. Who Needs a Veil?

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Let's not forget that this trend started out as a hairstyle—as this bride so beautifully illustrates.

10. Black and White and Hot Pink All Over

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When you're playing with color, there's no need to be subtle.

11. Rock the Runway

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Who needs the red carpet when you can have a carpet that gradually fades from red to hot pink to light pink?

Now that you've seen all the ways you can play with ombré, why would you ever bother with solid colors ever again?

Photo Attributions:

Michelle's Atelier

Colin Cowie Weddings

Burnett's Boards

Minted

BS in the Kitchen

Kate Triano

Verbena Floral Design

Handmade Mood

Weekend Notes

Tara Beth Photography

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