ALWAYS TRENDING: TRUE ROMANCE
Making It Yours
These days brides are getting personal with their wedding style—and it doesn't involve the traditional white gown. Adding color brings a uniqueness and individual aesthetic to your bridal look that can't always be achieved with even the most iconic white gowns.
We love it not only because it's ultra-romantic, feminine and modern all at once, but also because it works with a spectrum of skin tones. In addition, it's perfectly soft and muted, never so distracting that it overpowers the rest of the wedding sensibility.
What About My Bridal Party?
Pink is a remarkably versatile color to play with when it comes to coordinating your bridal party, and mixes beautifully with ivory, white, silver, black, and champagne. If you want to go bolder, you can also pair pink with bright blues, rich browns, sage greens and soft lavenders, depending on the shade of pink you choose for your gown. To coordinate your dress with the look and feel of the day, add pops of pink throughout your decor (hint, florals) or in your table settings.
Choosing the Right Pink for You
As a general rule, if you have warm undertones, choose a pink that is yellow- or peach-based. If you have cool undertones, choose a pink that is grey- or silver-based.
Don't be afraid to consider evening dresses that aren't traditionally considered "wedding" gowns. The dress that makes you feel most beautiful is the only definition of "wedding gown" you need.