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From hairstyles to clothing, the ombre trend seems to be gaining popularity everywhere you turn. When Gwen Stefani debut her pink ombre wedding gown in 2002, the trend was shocking, however 10 years later this trend is now an instant show stopper.  Weddings contain so many different details that this trend can carry on to each one of them. The ombre trend can start at your invitations and fade onto your wedding bouquet.  No matter what the color combination you have set for your wedding, the ombre trend is one that I don’t see fading away any time soon… pun intended.

Maggie Austin Cake via Postcards and Pretties | Marta Locklear Photography via Style Me Pretty

 Sarah Hassted Photography flowers by Lauryl Lane Floral via Grey Likes Weddings

 Kate Parker Designs

Cricket Printing on ETSY

 Cricket Printing on ETSY

 Josh Elliott Photography via Brides.com

 Liddabits Design Shop on ETSY via One Wed

 Tote via Wedding Chicks | Aisle runner via Martha Stewart Weddings

 Dresses via Dessy.com

Kate Triano Photography

Love the ombre trend or hate it? What do you think about this trend overall, as well as it’s influence on weddings?

One Comment

  1. This is one of my personal favorite trends, and I’m so glad to see it hit the wedding scene!