Why go white when you can dress in romantic pink? We love how recent trends have incorporated this rosy hue for wedding gowns, but brides can also opt to wear pink wedding gowns for a more instead of having just accents of the colour on your dress. Here’s why:
Tulle gown with appliqued lace and flowers, and a satin sash, from DIVINE COUTURE. PHOTO: Her World Brides June – August 2015.
Add some colour!
A white gown will look bland if you’ve got fair skin; off-white hues will only add a yellow tinge to your skin tone. A light pastel pink gown will add a rosy tint to your skin and literally make you a blushing bride for your big day.
Blush pink dress with delicate rosettes and soft pleats, from AVANA: LOFT. PHOTO: Her World Brides September – November 2013.
Strapless chiffon gown with crystal and applique-embellished bodice, from DIVINE COUTURE. PHOTO: Her World Brides March – May 2014.
Match the makeup
if you’re planning on having pretty, natural makeup using a palette of pink tones, then a pink gown will be the perfect match with your makeup. Just keep the hue light and pretty and avoid the richer tones.
Pleated and draped chiffon gown. PHOTO: Her World Brides March – May 2014.
Satin gown with lace bodice and capped sleeves, from MY DREAM WEDDING. PHOTO: Her World Brides March – May 2014.
A different look
Even the sexiest and most dramatic dresses will look romantic if it comes in a peachy, pink hue. The colour automatically creates a pretty, feminine vibe that is fresh and young.