Our extravagant ½ price Bridal gowns are of the top best quality wedding dress designs while staying within your budget for the Big Day! You imagined it a hundred times walking down the aisle on your wedding day dressed in a gorgeous Wedding Gown.
Maybe you saw the perfect Wedding Dresses hanging in the bridal shop window, but it remains on the hanger because it's just out of your price range. Not anymore? With Maidenhead Bride, brides all around the world are wearing the Wedding Dresses of their dreams.
Now that you have found your gown, pass on the savings to your Bridesmaids for their Bridesmaids Dresses which are at their lowest prices even our Flowers Girl Dresses are of the best quality & at unbelievable prices we also cater to Menswear Attire for their Waistcoats/Vests with matching Cravats & Ties right here at www.Maidenhead Bride.com.
If you need to contact with us regarding any of our Wedding Dresses or with regards to an order, please visit our Live Chat Support Line for assistants or call Jacqueline-Bridal Consultant: 07527 432987.
"Have You Chosen
Your Wedding Colors?"
The wedding colors convey emotion, mood, and tone. We tend to use our favorite wedding color combination without knowing the real meaning of wedding colors. Each wedding color has a good and bad image. In choosing the wedding colors, it is important to highlight the good image of the wedding color.
The cool colors convey calming effect, while the warm colors create excitement. The neutral colors convey unification, or unity. The cool colors of wedding are blue, green, turquoise, and Silver. The warm colors are red, pink, yellow, gold, and orange. The neutral colors are brown, beige, ivory, grey, black, and white.
Purple- Long used as the color for royalty, purple has a soothing but majestic feel to it. Not quite red and not quite blue, this color is quite ideal for evening formal weddings.
Purple shows nobility, royalty, luxury, authority, creativity, inspiration and spirituality. It is a mysterious and intriguing color. The darker shades of purple represent sensuality, while the lighter shades of purple represent romance and delicate. In Thailand, the color purple can sometimes symbolize a mourning widow.
Black- Classic, elegant, timeless...and those are all qualities that are conveyed with a black and white wedding. Ideal for evening or formal weddings, using black and white adds an air of sophistication that few colors rival.
Black depicts formal, modern, sexy and sophisticated. It is a color that is always in fashion. It never goes out of style. Black is usually paired with white. With black, you feel elegant, powerful and sophisticated. Black works well with lighter colors such as yellow, white, blue, red and green. Black will stand out in photographs. On the contrary, black can also be used to symbolize evil, darkness and death.
Blue- Blue is peaceful, serene, calming. It's also the color of the sky and the ocean, so it sort of lends itself to outdoor weddings. No matter what the shade of blue.
From sky blue to tuquoise, this gorgeous hue can add a unique style to your wedding.
Blue calls for calmness, tranquility, truthfulness, nobleness and faithfulness. In all the culture, blue has the lowest amount of bad images. Blue is often use in ribbons to symbolize winners. Blue is recommended and versatile. Anyone can not go wrong. We often see blue in wedding flowers and dresses. Blue can also symbolize depression, loneliness and sadness.
Gold- Gold is the color of the wedding rings and champagne. Its elegant, timeless and gives everything an air of sophistication. Best of all, it can be combined with any shade for beautiful results.
Yellow/gold is a happy, joyful, cheerful and cheerful color. This is also the color of gold the symbol and object used for wealth.
Think of sunshine and summer as wedding themes. The yellow in the wedding dress, weddin candles and wedding flowers indicate a happy moment. For the Japanese, it is a symbol of royalty and courage. Yellow/gold can also symbolize emergency, cowardice, deciet and hazard cautions. In Egypt, this color is symbolized as death, grief and mourning.
Brown- Is a welcoming, wholesome and brings us to mind of our planet earth or can be used to represent rich chocalate. As a wedding color, it can lend warmth to your special day.
Combined with blue it becomes modern and hip, combined with pink it becomes elegant. Brown makes you feel comfotable warm and cozy. It is also color used as the color to represent wood, earth and stone. The guest will be obliged to stay longer with this color in sight. Brown also stimulates appetite. This color can also be symbolized as a dull look. However brown brings character to the location.
Green- Green brings to mind cool meadows, fresh grass and spring. It can be used for Celtic Weddings, Enviromental Conscious Weddings or for any couple wishing to make a bold statement.
Green represents wealth, money, nature, enviroment, fertility, growth, re-birth, victory, healing, abundant and renewable. This color tells of new life and beginning after the wedding. Oftentimes, we use green to show the awareness to be eco-friendly or enviroment friendly. Green also can be symbolized as greed, jealousy and envy.
Orange- Is warm, welcoming and vibrant. Popular for Fall or Autum weddings, this gorgeous shadecan add a mysterious or even exotic element to your wedding materials.
Orange represents the sun, energy, warmth and comfort. It is often used for Fall wedding ideas. The guests will feel at ease. Think of fall leaves, pumpkin, sun, sunset, as wedding themes. Orange can also be used to symbolize halloween and flames.
Pink- Is one of the most popular wedding colors. Its soft and feminine, conjuring images of spring and renewal.
No matter what the shade of pink, from mauve to fuschia, This gorgeous hue can add romance to your wedding theme. Pink symbolizes feminility, admiration, love, pretty, spring, gentleness, harmony, fidelity and sensuality.It is a sweet, innocent and soft color.
Pink is usually used in wedding dresses, wedding invitations and wedding flowers. This color can also be used to symbolize breast cancer and the birth of a new born baby.
Red- Is a popular wedding color choice, and for good reason! This amazing crimson hue is the color of passion, excitement and of course romance. Red creates excitement as it is known to raise blood pressure.
Red also symbolizes love, passion, sex and power. Hence why we as people like to give red roses to one another, to show a strong affection of love. In China, red symbolizes luck. In India red symbolizes purity. Life, vitality, celebrations and gifts are associated with red. Red can also be used to symbolized blood, war, danger, fire and anger.