Dark & Daring Black Wedding Dresses


Amanda’s Bridal and Tux is always excited to celebrate the spookiest time of the year and this season we are bringing the celebration to all of the brides out there with a more spine-chilling sense of style.




We understand that not all brides are looking for the same traditional look when it comes to celebrating their wedding day. While many brides no longer wear white on their special day, perhaps seeing yourself in standard bridal neutral tones of ivory, blush, champagne and cream just doesn’t feel right in your spirit.

So many brides just don’t fit that mold!


If your individual style tends to be more eccentric and edgy, feel free to embrace making more of a statement as you walk down the aisle. Wearing black can make brides feel powerful, sexy, sophisticated and bold. Black can also be coordinated with so many aesthetics and themes that it allows you to really express

your own idea of romance and festivity at your wedding.


 


The beautiful cultural tradition of Día De Los Muertos is a time to celebrate life, death and love in the Mexican heritage. So it is no surprise that we have seen some amazing weddings take place during this time. The black floral lace of the Maren designed by Beloved for Casablanca Bridal offsets perfectly with the rich and joyful color palette of yellow and orange marigolds, as well as the traditional deep purple and bright pinks

seen during the Day of the Dead celebrations.