There’s generally a standard color in weddings and that’s white. Queen Victoria started the white gown dress in the 19th Century and has since become the chosen wedding color for many brides to date. While there are different styles and accessories to choose from, white is always the way people trail on.
But of course, a few people are adding a little extra color and importantly designs such as the pocketed wedding gown for their special days. A wedding dress can be of a single color or of multiple colors and still appear stunning and completely unique.
Gradually, the era of an all-white gown is winding off as dip-dyed and ombre wedding gowns are now the latest bridal trend. These gowns aren’t only stunning but are equally boundless. Be it cool color palettes, or monochromatic ombre, Artist Taylor Ann Linko has got you covered 100%.
Taylor, who has always wanted to become an artist since elementary school started with the decorations of fruit baskets before designing a gorgeous fire wedding dress, which of course is going all viral at the moment.
The Fire Wedding Gown
A few months before her scheduled wedding, Taylor reached a decision not to wear the standard white dress and indeed painted hers. She visited some stores, dress hunt, and found a beautiful gown before customizing it to her taste.
According to Taylor, the whole process was really slow as it took about a week before committing to the color test for her dress. Panting the dress with an airbrush, Taylor’s wedding gown perfectly portrayed her colorful personality and everyone at the wedding loved it.
Shortly after, people on the internet applauded the idea as photos of gown went viral on Instagram and Facebook. Accordingly, Taylor’s gown featured on the front page of a United Kingdom gossip blog and now hundreds of bride-to-be are requesting she paint their dresses.
Embracing the given chances, Taylor has rented a studio and has started a small business of painting wedding gowns. Importantly, her dream of being a full-time artist has indeed become a reality.