(Closed) colored wedding dress

posted 11 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
238 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2008 - St. Catherine of Genoa, Jin Asian Cuisine Restaurant

I know what gown you are talking about! In October (Breast Cancer Awareness month), Brides Magazine featured a bunch of pink wedding gowns made by the top designers. I remember the ML one being just barely pink, and next to all the other gown, I didn’t think it looked pink at all. So, I think that if pink is one of your color and it’s all around, people won’t even notice that you’re wearing pink at first. It might be one of those things where people don’t realize it until they are up really close to you – and that way it’s less shocking and more, "oh what a nice touch."

So, if you love it, go for it! Best of luck in your decision. 

Post # 4
2 posts

It is YOUR day! Pink makes all skin tones look great, however if you do go with the colored dress, get some pictures in black and white so your wedding doesn’t look "dated".

Post # 5
378 posts
Helper bee

Since I’m really white (read: opaque) I went with an ivory dress, but you can’t tell at all. And it has a black sash. Yes, black. My mom and sister both freaked out when i told them that, but I loved it and dang it, it’s my wedding day. And then once they saw it, both teared up and the "oh my, you have black in your wedding dress" thought went far far away. I say do what you want!

Post # 7
60 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: May 2018

Do you  mind me asking which "light gold" Bridesmaid or Best Man dresses you choose? I’m looking for something GOLD-ISH…. and have been searching for inspiration but very few Bridesmaid or Best Man dresses come in these colors. (I don’t want tan/latte, more gold)


Post # 9
5 posts
  • Wedding: June 2008

Go for what’s you.  Gwen Stefani wore that amazing pink gown that I still admire. Good luck 

Post # 10
25 posts
  • Wedding: September 2007

to me, you said it all when you said "after trying on a blush colored monique lhuillier gown, I just can’t get over it! "


 And as someone who had all kinds of issues with their dress, etc. you’re not going to regret anything. Sure, when you look back at your wedding day there might be several things you feel like you would have done differently, etc. but you won’t REGRET anything…it’s a day where you celebrate your marriage and it will be all you want it to be. Don’t be help back by the fear of regret about something like that, especially when you love it that much!

Post # 12
33 posts
  • Wedding: July 2013

@pancy:  Hi, Im looking for a seamstress to make my wedding dress; I would love to know who made yours?

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