Beautiful Ideas & Inspiration For Bridal Belts & Sashes

Ideas & Inspiration - Bridal Belts & Sashes

Congratulations for finding your dream bridal gown! I bet now you’re looking for ways and ideas to add a fine touch to your wedding dress?

Wedding belts and sashes are the perfect way to glam up your dress and your overall look. There are many types of wedding belts and sashes out there. The style to get depends how elaborate you want the belt or sash to be. Do you want an overly bling look or a modest one? As for the price it can range from $10 to $400 or more depending how intricate the designs are and the quality of the goods.

Ways to wear a sash:

1. Tie a sash with bow at the front, side or back.

2. Wear a plain sash with color to complement your wedding color. Popular choice of fabrics are satin and silk for shine or grosgrain and chiffon for less luster.

3. Embellish a sash with crystals, rhinestones, pearls, floral appliques, brooch and/or feather.

4. Incorporate something old, something new and something borrowed on the sash.

Let’s now look at the stunning wedding dress belts & sashes ideas worn by brides:
A. Plain wedding sashes.

Bridal Belts & Sashes - Plain Sashes
Photo source: Style Me Pretty, Dusk Jacket, Cynthia Chung Weddings, Style Me Pretty, Jennifer Blair Photography and Style Me Pretty

B. Wedding sashes embellished with rhinestones, floral appliques and DIY patterns.

Bridal Belts & Sashes - Embellished Sashes
Photo source: Style Me Pretty, Style Me Pretty, Style Me Pretty and Style Me Pretty

C. More embellished sashes and belts inspiration:

Bridal Belts & Sashes - Embellished Sashes
Photo source: Style Me Pretty, Michelle Lange Photography, Melissa Robotti, Style Me Pretty, Angie Wilson Photography, Style Me Pretty, Seen Photography, Style Me Pretty, The Knot and Charity Maurer

D. To add a new dimension (e.g. DIY) or something unique to your wedding dress, you could integrate burlap sash or leather belt.

Burlap sash.
Bridal Belts & Sashes - Burlap
Photo source: Wedding Chicks

Leather belts.
Bridal Belts & Sashes - Leather
Photo source: Style Me Pretty, Green Wedding Shoes, Pinterest and Style Me Pretty

E. Instead of wearing a floral crown on your head, why not wear it at your waist. A floral belt is refreshing and beautiful. Just look at these lovely inspiration:

Bridal Belts & Sashes - Floral
Photo source: The Knot, Green Wedding Shoes, Elizabeth Ann Designs and Style Me Pretty

F. For mixed culture marriage or culture themed wedding, you have the option to include something from your ethnic background like a belt with characteristics patterns.

Tartan belt for Scottish wedding.
Bridal Belts & Sashes - Scottish Tartan
Photo source: Drozian Photoworks, Pinterest and Easy Weddings

Kimono inspired wedding obis / sashes.
Bridal Belts & Sashes - Kimono Obis
Photo source: Pinterest, Wedding Obsession, Pinterest and Poptastic Bride

G. If you’re looking for another unique idea to wear a wedding belt, why not try a rope belt? I love this look.

Bridal Belts & Sashes - Rope
Photo source: Style Me Pretty

Where to buy affordable bridal belts and sashes?
1. Bridal boutique
2. Online shops such as Etsy, Ebay, Amazon, wedding website

If you’re looking for pre-loved or used bridal belts and sashes, you can find them at The Knot forum classified section and Wedding Bee classified.

Here’s a video teaching you how to tie a sash on your wedding dress:

Do you know that there are also wedding dresses that come complete with sash ribbons? With that you don’t have to search and spend money for a separate sash. We at Paris Ciel carries quite a number of wedding dresses with sash. Here are some examples:

Wedding Dresses with Ready Sash
Left: Strapless wedding dress, Right: Unique ivory wedding dress

Wedding Dresses with Ready Sash
Left: Scoop neck wedding dress, Right: High neck wedding dress

Wedding Dresses with Ready Sash
Left: Amazing white wedding dress, Right: Sweetheart wedding dress

Belts and sashes are the perfect way to add your personal touch to the wedding dress. Are you wearing one for your wedding? Share with us the details and how much you bought for it.

Photo source: Wedding Bee, Ann-Kathrin Koch, Style Me Pretty and Pinterest

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