9 painted wedding dress masterpieces you have to see to believe #Fashion#colorful#custom dress#diy dress#dress#handmade dress#multi-colored dress Posted Jul 20 2017 Megan Finley Horowitz meggyfin Follow us into the wonderful world of painted wedding dresses… (Photo by Wild About You Photography) I knew I wanted a colorful wedding dress. I spent almost a year searching for the right printed fabric, or the right ombre skirt, or the right pop of color somewhere… But nothing felt right. I wanted a colorful dress that wasn't perfect, that had some asymmetry to it, that captured movement and excitement. I had no idea, until I walked into RMINE's custom wedding dress shop, that what I wanted a freaking painted wedding dress. I basically told the gals at RMINE that I wanted a dress that "looked like a unicorn sneezed on it." And they whipped out their paint brushes, and worked into the night, until the store smelled of fresh paint and their floors looked like a unicorn had been slaughtered on them. And they gave me this beauty: Photo by Wild About You Photography If you're looking for more painted wedding dress inspiration or dresses you can purchase ASAP, keep scrolling… The inspiration for all of this wedding (the dress, floral arrangements, invitation suite, tablescapes, and cake) was based on one of the groom's abstract paintings. Our favorite part? The groom even hand-painted the bride's tea-length dress, too! (Photo by Amy Haberland Photography) Etsy seller MarinoMelotti makes these hand-painted silk dresses that absolutely astound. You can see the how she stretches the silk for the painting process, as well the amazing finished product. This dress, omg. It's a one-of-a-kind splatter paint wedding dress, and I almost bought it for myself. This splatter paint ombre wedding dress by KMK Designs is another unicorn sneeze masterpiece! Not all hand-painted wedding dresses need to be wild colors, though. This black evening gown with gold painted details from Etsy seller CristaPetre is a stunner. Here's what we know: Photo by Alex Kwong Photography, The bride @romirichardson designed her dress. The groom @mattiricho is 6'5" tall. They are in Australia. The dress is amazing. Or just embrace the painting theme, and make your dress look like it belongs on a wall in a museum, like this creation from Etsy seller loladarlingirl And then there's this magical light-up painted wedding dress by Evey Couture that we'll be telling you all about soooon! This post features Offbeat Vendors! Check out their vendor listing to see how they cater to Offbeat Brides: KMKDesigns Wild About You Photography Reporter Name * Reporter Email * Original text Enter the original text here. Edited text* Enter your suggested copyedit here. Notes You can add a note for the editor here. * Required information. Fix Typo 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 A little bit vintage, a little bit nerdy at this intimate geeky wedding NEXT These backyard brides triumphed with killer suits at their house on the shore Show/Hide comments [ 10 ] I've been ombré dyeing dresses for a couple years, but have wanted an excuse to really get dirty and do some splatter/drip painted ones. Maybe my excuse to finally do one should simply be "I want to create"…that sounds like a good plan to me… 🙂 Reply Megan you looked AMAZING! Felicitations to the bride and groom <3 Reply Thank you! 🙂 Reply Megan, that dress looks like 13 Unicorns sneezed on it! It is STUNNING! Has your wedding happened? Has it been featured? Did I miss it? I want to see MOAR! Reply AHHH! A full-on 13 unicorn sneeze!? Fuck yes. Mischief managed. 😉 We haven't gotten the photos back from Wild About You yet, so it hasn't been featured. But it will! In the meantime, check out the hashtag #theredwoodwedding for sneaky peeks! Reply YAAY! Congratulations!! Can't wait for the full length feature! <3 Reply Megan, thanks for mentioning my dress design and for this awesome article. These dresses look phenomenal! Thrilled and grateful to be in such amazing company! Thank you again! 🙂 Reply Yours takes the cake, Meggy. That shot with your glorious bouquet is magnificent! Reply Thanks, K-RO!!! Although, ugh, that bouquet… hated that thing so much. Reply Amazing dress! So gorgeous. I love the photo of you cuddling the dog with the dress spilling out all around you, like a unicorn just sneezed and you happened to pop out in the centre! Reply Join the conversation Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published. 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