Pink Gowns: An Alternative to Traditional White or Ivory

The saying, “Here comes the bride, all dressed in white…” is no longer true. While you might have seen a bride here and there that decided to throw caution to the wind and wear ivory, you might start to see even more daring moves, like brides wearing pink gowns. If you have always loved pink and would love nothing more than to walk down the aisle in a blushing pink gown, this is the year for you. If you need to convince others that a pink gown is the way to go this year, give them these simple answers:

  • Pink is flattering – Picture yourself in a blushing pink, flowing wedding dress and imagine what it will do to your skin. You will take on the glow of the dress, basking in the romantic glow of the entire day. If you have ever pictured yourself pretty as a princess on your wedding day, pink is the way to do it.
  • Pink is romantic – Weddings are romantic, so why not wear pink? You can add to the ambience of the entire day, making it that much more romantic, not just when you walk down the aisle and your groom’s mouth drops the ground, but throughout the night, dancing, drinking, laughing and celebrating the night away.
  • Pink is popular – The celebrities are doing it and now it is your turn. If you did not see yourself wearing a long white dress with a beautiful train trailing behind you, this could be the perfect alternative. You will make all of the traditionalists in your life happy by wearing a beautiful wedding gown, but you get throw a little of your own twist in there on one of the best days of your life.

Your wedding day is the one day in your life that it is all about you, so go ahead and be daring; step outside of the box and wear a pink gown. You will love how you look and feel and you will have the satisfaction of being true to yourself on your special wedding day.

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Pink Gowns: An Alternative to Traditional White or Ivory

by Lala Ohanian time to read: 1 min