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Invent a vision in white with Mood’s online selection of Bridal Fabrics by the yard! Explore a vast collection of premium fabrics and trims ideal for creating wedding dresses!

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Invent a vision in white with Mood’s online selection of Bridal Fabrics by the yard! Explore a vast collection of premium fabrics and trims ideal for creating wedding dresses!

Originally, bridal wear was lavish and luxurious. Hoping to show their families in the best of light, parents would dress their daughters in rich colors and expensive fabrics, like velvet, silk and furs. This changed in the 19th century, as the basis of marriage changed. Originally a form of bringing two families and their wealth together, marriage later became a union of two people based on love, mutual affection and respect. Queen Victoria married Prince Albert in a white dress in the 19th century, solidifying the western practice of wearing white on your wedding day. This tradition is meant to symbolize innocence, purity and loyalty. In many other parts of the world, brides wear red for good luck. Nowadays, many modern brides shirk the traditional floor-length dress for a shorter style, or opt for a pantsuit or skirt suit instead. Regardless of the color you wear or the culture you celebrate, you deserve the best on your wedding day. Shop Mood’s bridal collection, and ring in your wedding in style.