16 Pretty-in-Pink Wedding Dresses
Could pink be the new white? While the classic white bridal gown will always be in style, pink wedding dresses are becoming more popular than ever. The girly shade complements any skin tone and can add a little bit of playfulness to your bridal look. Whether you are traditional or a non-conformist, any type of bride can rock this color down the aisle. Here, a few real brides who embraced the blush hue for their big day.
Layered Tulle Pink Wedding Dress
For her pink wedding in Palm Springs, this bride knew she was going to be wearing a blush-colored dress. Her Chaviano Couture gown featured illusion straps, a billowing skirt, and a delicate gold belt.
Barely Blush Wedding Dress
Flowing Pink Wedding Dress
Peach Wedding Dress
A peach Vera Wang gown suited this Texas bride, and a floral headpiece matched her bouquet. She wore her mother's bracelet and earrings as her "something borrowed."
Homespun Pink Wedding Dress
The bride's aunt designed and made her blush gown. She wore her great grandmother's pearl necklace to complement the classic and feminine feel of the dress.
Customized Pink Wedding Dress
"Every time I tried on a white dress I wanted to take it off for some reason," recalled this non-traditional bride. She opted for a blush pink BHLDN gown, changed the bodice to fit her personal style, and accessorized with a floral crown and pearl earrings.
Pale Pink Mermaid Wedding Dress
Strapless Pink Wedding Dress
Stylist Alex Evjen of Ave Styles helped this bride put together her stunning ensemble. It was love at first site with this blush pink Monique Lhuillier "Candy" dress at Destiny's Bride in Scottsdale, Arizona. A custom sash, veil, and earrings by Paris were added to the bridal look, and finished off with nude Jimmy Choo pumps.
Simple Pink Wedding Dress
Champagne and Pink Wedding Dress
Layers of champagne and blush linens in the skirt created an ethereal and beautiful look for this bride's custom blush gown by Carol Hannah.
Ivory and Pink Wedding Dress
Festive Pink Wedding Dress
While visiting Old San Juan to plan her destination wedding, this bride found her wedding dress in a store in town. "The color seemed so happy and festive," she recalls. "It was also really comfortable and flattered my figure, which were the two biggest things I was looking for in a dress." She added a pink suede wrap belt and changed the buttons on the cuffs for enamel ones with crystal accents.
Blush Silk Organza Wedding Dress
This bride proved that color really doesn't matter, as long as you love the dress. She always thought she would be wearing white on her on her wedding day, but after trying on almost 15 different dresses, she knew the blush silk organza Rafael Cennamo gown was the one.
Classic Pink Wedding Dress
"I knew I didn't want stark white," this bride said of her Robert Bullock gown. "This one was original and subtle. Everyone thought it was antique white, but it was a light pink with a soft tulle overlay."
Short Pink Wedding Dress
Whimsical Pink Wedding Dress
This bride was determined to find the perfect blush gown for her Brooklyn wedding. She tried on a Monique Lhuillier dress that was only available in ivory at the showroom, but after seeing it in blush online, she knew it was the one. The bride added sleeves to her dress to soften her tattoos and wore a blush Monique Lhuillier veil to match.