When you think of a bride, chances are that you think of a lady in a white dress. The fact is, though, that white is not required at all. Oh, and if you choose not to wear white, ivory isn’t your only other option. Really. No, this is true.
Look, white is great. If that’s what you want to wear I’ll have your back no matter what your matrimonial or sexual history, age, budget, or any other factor you may think is holding you back from your dream.
On the other hand, if you don’t want to wear white, I’ll have your back every bit as much. Maybe you don’t want to because this is your second wedding and you already did that. Maybe you feel uncomfortable because you come from a culture where white is a color of mourning. Or maybe you just think there’s another color you look better in than white. Whatever your reason, you should choose what makes you happy.
You could wear a silver gown and pair it with a dramatic, dark bouquet.
Or you could pick soft, feminine pink.
Perhaps you’re not afraid of the blues because you look so fabulous in them.
Then again, you may prefer a punch of purple.
Or you could make a dramatic statement in deep red.
Orange might make you feel your best and most bridal.
Unless you prefer the sunshiny vibrance of yellow.
You may look regal and elegant in gold.
It doesn’t matter what color you where when you get married, so long as you’re happy with the result…even if you choose plaid with an eyepatch and giant purple antlers.
It’s your wedding. Wear the color you want.