Colorful dresses from Wedding Dress Fantasy that will make you forget "ivory" ever existed #Sponsors: Fashion#black dress#blue dress#custom dress#economical wedding#green dress#multi-colored dress#pink dress#plus size#purple dress#red dress#wedding dress fantasy#yellow dress Updated Oct 12 2015 (Posted Oct 30 2009) Megan Finley Horowitz meggyfin This business paid a fee to be listed on Offbeat Bride because they feel their products and services are a great fit with offbeat philosophies… and we agree. Learn more about our ads. Looking for a wedding dress in any other colors besides "white" or "ivory?" Maybe say… something like that black beauty for your Halloween wedding? Yeah, well … good luck with that. Shopping for a colorful gown can range anywhere from frustrating to completely frustrating, forcing brides to either relive prom dress shopping or scouring the bowels of the internets for creative alternatives. That is until Wedding Dress Fantasy showed up on the bridal scene! Based in New Jersey, they have an online store full of colorful wedding gowns! You can now easily find the perfect red dress for your gothic castle wedding, or blue dress for your urban loft wedding, or pink dresses for, oh I don't know, your lesbian gamer geek wedding? Or even the ever rare and elusive gold wedding dress for your elegant lodge wedding. They also gots tons o' love for the plus size brides as well. Oh, and maybe you're a budget bride, but you feel weird about ordering a custom dress from overseas. Wedding Dress Fantasy's custom dress prices are uber-affordable, ranging from $299 to $599. So, when you're ready to easily track down your perfect colorful wedding dress, head over to Wedding Dress Fantasy. Megan Finley Horowitz When Megan's not writing, traveling, and sleeping, she's eating like the fate of the world depends on it. (You're welcome, world!) You can snoop into her personal life over on her website The Dash and Dine! @meggyfin @thedashanddine @meggyfin PREVIOUS Veggie wedding heels for daring-but-cruelty-free brides NEXT Isa & Clinton's easy-peasy, eco-friendly bush wedding Show/Hide comments [ 31 ] Those are absolutely stunning. Even the plus size ones prove that even bbw's can be hot for their wedding! Yumyum! Reply Like most OBB's, we're on a really low budget AND i am plus size, and the idea of finding a dress made me cringe. I knew I wanted something very colorful and completely over-the-top, and had I not found Wedding Dress Fantasy from your site, I would be so lost. I about fell over when I saw that everything was customizable and the prices are to live for!!!!!! Reply OMG, love it! There's one in the blue section that is, except for the color, exactly like I had envisioned my dress. And then I saw the option to change the color when you buy it! Squee! Reply Totally great! I wish I had seen this when I was looking for a dress. Also try Allure Bridals style #8526 -it comes in a light blue/gray color called mystic. It's about $600 so kinda affordable if you're planning on shopping in most bridal salons. LOVE it. Reply Ok, that's awesome, but I am on the hunt for the awesome, perfect, fabulous silver/pewter dress, and even this site has none… alas. Reply It looks like any of their dresses can be made in any color from their color chart…including silver! Reply Any dress on the site can be ordered in myriad other colors. They do have silvers and greys there. Check the color chart: http://www.weddingdressfantasy.com/Articles.asp?I… They may still not have what you're looking for, but I wouldn't rule it out yet. 🙂 Reply That's it. I'm getting re-married in this stunner of a dress. Heck, I'm just gonna buy that dress and wear it all the time. Reply It's a great concept, but a few things irk me. They categorize it by different color dresses, but all the dresses can be ordered in different colors. Therefore, shouldn't all the dresses show up in all the color categories? Strange. The other is, that they're all very pretty, most of them have the princess-y poofy taffeta look. I mean, that's great if that 's what your looking for, and there's a huge market for it, understandably. But a few hippier, earthier, natural fabric dresses would be cool, too. Sorry, offbeatmegan. I'm not trying to nitpick or point blame at you, lol It's a great site, and probably a huge help for a lot of OBBs out there. I guess I'm just insanely picky 🙂 Reply No offense taken Reneee, it its not MY site! And I fully understand that not every vendor we profile is going to strike a chord with EVERY person. But if you have concerns I suggest you contact the vendors and see what they have to say. Reply I apologize wholly. I didn't mean for my complaints to sound like they were being directed at you, personally 🙁 Reply OMG! Thank you for posting this! My wedding is a few years off, but I want a blue dress.. do you know how hard it is to find pretty, blue dresses? This site is awesome. Thanks!! Reply If only they had a website that not only included colorful bridal gowns, but also ones that are NOT strapless. When were straps and sleeves on wedding gowns outlawed, and WHY?? Reply They have LOTS of dresses with straps, a few with sleeves like this one, and it looks like for some of them they make adorable matching bolero jackets like this one. Reply I posted this reply a while ago but it got eaten by cyber-space… They have LOTS of dresses with straps, a few with sleeves like this one, and it looks like for some of them they make adorable matching bolero jackets like this one. Reply Cat, I have been on a mission to find a dress with 3/4 length or full length sleeves, but even the "modest" dresses online had short or cap sleeves. I finally found a dress at Nordstrom that I just love. It doesn't look like much on the model, but I am really busty with more of a (large!) hourglass figure and this dress has a va-va-va-voom factor! I gave up on trying to find a stylish white or ivory dress! Reply There is a green and gold dress that I adore on there. And the prices are good, too. Reply I have spoken to Tova Marc personally and she is totally professional. We talked about the technicalities of my dress and I am excited to see how it comes out! She is VERY reasonably priced too. Reply Aww I love Ivory :p Reply Well then you're lucky: you've got a wide range of wedding dresses to chose from! 🙂 Reply I love the purple ones! Look like they'd be heaps of fun to wear. I agree on the "princessy" comment though – not too many streamlined gowns. But different strokes (or dresses!) for different folks 🙂 Still fun to look at Reply They were fun to look at! Not at all what I want (though I was stoked by all the colors), but if my style was different, and if I had normal, narrow shoulders and smaller boobs that looked good in strapless, I'd totally go with one of those! Reply I don't know why strapless dresses get such a hard knock– they actually look better on larger breasted women! Very flattering when they fit properly (and the neckline isn't a sweetheart!) Check out the vintage dresses! I LOVE them! I just wish I could see the quality of the dresses in person! Reply Hi Ladies – this is Tova from Wedding Dress Fantasy. Thanks so much for all the nice comments. I'm so excited to be able to bring much needed designs and colors to the bridal world. There was some mention on more streamline gowns – if you look at the vintage collection, you can also get any of those gowns in any color, they are not as full as some of the other styles. I also noticed that there were a couple comments about long-sleeve dresses. Very funny you should mention, because I also design modest wedding gowns with long sleeves. I have a huge selection in my bridal salon – you can also order them by phone. Take a look http://www.tovamarc.com – let me know if you girls have any questions. And thanks again so much for all the support 🙂 Reply I think shopping for a colorful gown can range anywhere from frustrating to completely frustrating, forcing brides to either relive prom dress shopping or scouring the bowels of the internet for creative alternatives. Reply Newbie to the site and I just wanted to say a big THANK YOU for this site, an especially this article. I have been wracking the internet for something, anything other than white. If that wasn't bad enough, I am a plus size woman as well. What went from frustration and stress, even starting to throw the idea of a dress out the window all together (I don't want marshmellow syndrome…) You came to the rescue! I am so excited now…thank you again! Reply I've found my dress! http://www.weddingdressfantasy.com/Plus_Size_Wedding_Dress_p/pswd27.htm Thanks for this article, OBB! I'm ordering this in black! Reply i really would love to have a pretty yellow wedding dress yellow is my favor color.what do yall think of that Reply our i was thinking i could put some chocolate with now that will b real pretty whatcha think.. Reply I really really love one of the dresses in the blue selection, but I am wondering how well they are made, and if anyone on here has bought a dress from this company? Thanks in advance for any information or comments. Reply I am getting married next spring and since it is a second wedding have decided to wear a very pale blue. I too was very frustrated because finding a colored dress is very difficult. But I did speak with Tova, and am so thrilled to find her site. Just a fyi, although many of the styles are a bit pouffy, I believe she can make any style gown. YOu are not just limited to what is on that site. So if you find a style you just love and it is only available in white or ivory, you can provide her with a picture and she can custom design a gown for you. Also any of her gowns can have sleeves added to them. One more comment, check out you tube. There are about 50 videos she has uploaded to show specific dresses in detail. Reply Join the conversation Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for your offbeat awesomeness newsletter! No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. 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