Pretty in Pink for Your Wedding Day

While white wedding dresses are lovely, they are very traditional – and not every bride wants to be traditional. Thankfully, there’s a fabulous trend for weddings in 2017: color is making a comeback. And it looks like one of Pantone’s colors of the year – Rose Quartz – is leading the way!

A pale pink wedding dress is a conservative alternative to traditional white. It offers a hint of color with a romantic vibe, while maintaining a classic bridal look. For brides who are a bit hesitant: why not try a dress with a tinted underlay, showing the faintest hint of color through an ivory skirt. For those looking to make a brighter splash? Go for a blush-hued gown with a classic silhouette. This will keep your wedding dress feeling modern without sacrificing the ‘traditional’ bridal style.

And as blush pink is flattering on everyone, it will provide a beautiful, soft-as-a-whisper color palette that suits all of your bridesmaids!

Rose colored dresses aren’t an entirely new thing. Some of our favorite fashionistas skipped the ‘old school’ white route for their wedding day, opting for pink instead. (Check out these wedding photos for Kaley Cuoco, Jessica Biel, and Reese Witherspoon.)

Fashion – and wedding fashion in particular – isn’t the only category enamored with pink. The soft, pretty hue has been showing up in technology (e.g. iPhones), appliances (e.g. coffee makers) and even tennis shoes (e.g. Vans).

So, if the wedding day is all about the bride – and the bride is comfortable and confident in whatever color she is wearing – then why not go with the color that becoming a close second to the traditional white wedding gown? Take a bit of a chance and be pretty in pink for your big day!

Not sure if you’re ready for a pink wedding gown? Check out one of our upcoming events where you can meet with local dress shops that specialize in bridal gowns and bridesmaid dresses and view a New York Style runway show with professional models – all in one place!

While white wedding dresses are lovely, they are very traditional – and not every bride wants to be traditional. Thankfully, there’s a fabulous trend for weddings in 2017: color is making a comeback. And it looks like one of Pantone’s colors of the year – Rose Quartz – is leading the way!

A pale pink wedding dress is a conservative alternative to traditional white. It offers a hint of color with a romantic vibe, while maintaining a classic bridal look. For brides who are a bit hesitant: why not try a dress with a tinted underlay, showing the faintest hint of color through an ivory skirt. For those looking to make a brighter splash? Go for a blush-hued gown with a classic silhouette. This will keep your wedding dress feeling modern without sacrificing the ‘traditional’ bridal style.

And as blush pink is flattering on everyone, it will provide a beautiful, soft-as-a-whisper color palette that suits all of your bridesmaids!

Rose colored dresses aren’t an entirely new thing. Some of our favorite fashionistas skipped the ‘old school’ white route for their wedding day, opting for pink instead. (Check out these wedding photos for Kaley Cuoco, Jessica Biel, and Reese Witherspoon.)

Fashion – and wedding fashion in particular – isn’t the only category enamored with pink. The soft, pretty hue has been showing up in technology (e.g. iPhones), appliances (e.g. coffee makers) and even tennis shoes (e.g. Vans).

So, if the wedding day is all about the bride – and the bride is comfortable and confident in whatever color she is wearing – then why not go with the color that becoming a close second to the traditional white wedding gown? Take a bit of a chance and be pretty in pink for your big day!

Not sure if you’re ready for a pink wedding gown? Check out one of our upcoming events where you can meet with local dress shops that specialize in bridal gowns and bridesmaid dresses and view a New York Style runway show with professional models – all in one place!

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