Ivory Wedding Dresses

69 Wedding Dresses to Dream About

 

Stark white isn’t the only option when it comes to wedding dress colors. More often than not, we’re seeing modern brides opt for off-white or ivory hues for their wedding dresses - shades that flatter more skin types but don’t veer too far away from tradition. These ivory wedding dresses from Enchanting by Mon Cheri are meant for brides-to-be that aren’t totally satisfied with the classic bright white color of conventional wedding dresses. Don’t be afraid to go against bridal norms for your wedding day - browse ivory wedding dresses from Enchanting by Mon Cheri below: 

Chic Crepe Trumpet Gown with Pearl Trim

Style No. 120163

Lovely Lace and Tulle Fit and Flare Gown

Style No. 120164

Intricate Embroidered Lace Fit and Flare Gown

Style No. 120167

Charming Crepe Fit and Flare Gown with Beaded Straps

Style No. 120168

Bohemian Lace and Chiffon A-line Gown with Plunging V-Neck

Style No. 120170

Exquisite Lace and Tulle A-line Gown

Style No. 120171

Breezy Lace and Chiffon A-line Gown

Style No. 120175

Modern Crepe Fit and Flare Gown with Bateau Neckline

Style No. 120176

Sweet Embroidery and Tulle A-line Gown with V-Neck

Style No. 120177

Fashion-Forward Tulle Fit and Flare Gown

Style No. 219131

Bohemian Lace and Tulle Gown with V-Neckline

Style No. 219133

Regal Satin A-Line Gown with Halter Neckline

Style No. 219135

Simple Satin A-Line Gown with Keyhole Back

Style No. 219136

Minimalist Fit and Flare Gown with Illusion Back

Style No. 219137

Bold Chiffon and Crepe Jumper with High-Waist Pants

Style No. 219138

Intricate Lace, Tulle and Chiffon Trumpet Gown

Style No. 219140

Pretty Lace Fit and Flare Gown with V-Neckline

Style No. 219142

Sensual Lace Trumpet Gown with Keyhole Back

Style No. 219143

Elegant Fit and Flare Gown with Spaghetti Straps

Style No. 219144

Stunning Strapless Beaded Lace and Tulle Trumpet Gown

Style No. 219145

Flirty Lace and Chiffon Fit and Flare Gown with Illusion Neckline

Style No. 219146

Illusion A-Line Gown with Sexy Thigh-High Slit

Style No. 219147

Awe-Inspiring Strapless A-Line Gown with Beaded Lace

Style No. 219148

Eye-Catching Lace A-Line Gown with Illusion Back

Style No. 219150
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Ivory Wedding Dresses from Enchanting by Mon Cheri

Sometimes diamond white isn’t always the answer to wedding dress hues. A shade that’s warmer than the typical stark white, ivory infuses wedding dresses with a vintage-inspired feel and a timeless romance that you can’t find in the ordinary white wedding dress. Ranging in styles from chic and modern to bohemian and easygoing, these ivory wedding dresses from Enchanting by Mon Cheri have a little something for every unique bride-to-be. Go with a shade that flatters you best - scroll through these ivory wedding dresses from Enchanting by Mon Cheri and finally say “yes” to the dress. 

 

Is Ivory more white or cream?

Ivory tends to lean towards whiter in shade as opposed to the yellow undertones found in cream colors. It’s a warmer hue than the traditional stark white, making it more complementary for a wider range of skin tones. To see what we’re talking about, check out style 120163 from Enchanting by Mon Cheri. Featuring spaghetti straps accented with pearls and an elegant high neckline, this ivory trumpet wedding dress offers a shade that’s less bright but still striking. An ivory wedding dress ensures that you wear a bridal style that’s modern while staying true to tradition. 

 

What colors look best with an ivory wedding dress?

If you’re throwing a fall wedding, darker colors like hunter green, deep purple and wine red will pair perfectly with your ivory wedding dress. If your ceremony is in the spring and summer seasons, you should still opt for colors darker/warmer in shade to complement the warm white undertones in your ivory wedding dress. Blush pinks, mustard yellows and seafoam greens are all great options to incorporate into your wedding decor if you’re trying to make your ivory bridal style stand out as you walk down the aisle at your warm-weather ceremony.