Non-White Bridal Dresses


Imagine if white wasn’t a color option for your dream wedding dress. What would you wear instead? Take a different look at how these real wedding dresses stole the spotlight. From patterns, bold colors, gradients to even black, these gorgeous dresses make white so yesterday!

Femine, flirty and chic! The glittered belt adds some extra color to this gown.

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This cascading dress, long in the front but short in the back is super couture!

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This dress became the original inspiration for her desert themed wedding.

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Who says you officially turn old  when you wed? You’re never too young to play with gorgeous color combinations.

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Elegant baby pink gown, red lips and a beautiful bride.

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Incorporating a dark wedding dress like this one gives an extra spark to colors like her red lips and the bouquet.

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Orange asymmetrical dresses are definitely new yet timeless.

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Striped cotton blue and white wedding gown.

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Gold, glitz and glamour!

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