In different parts of the world, for example India where they wear saris, brides opt for red wedding dresses, a colour that’s considered very auspicious and opulent. How do you feel about adding more colours and character to your Big Day?
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At No Ordinary Wedding, we believe that nothing should stop you from breaking tradition in the name of creativity. So why not take step away from the conventional white and reveal your personality by wearing an ombre dress, like American singer Gwen Stefani? Don’t worry…it’s not a criminal offence!
Traditional white wedding dresses are the norm. But if you want to try something a little bit different here are some ideas for you!
Remember that your wedding ceremony is the first day of the rest of your life together and is an exciting opportunity to start your own, new, original family traditions!
Wearing a pink wedding dress that symbolises love and romance could be a great, fun family tradition that is unique and quirky.
The cream or pastel wedding dress
Traditional white wedding dresses originated in the 19th century, rapidly gaining popularity from the Victorian Era onwards. Designed to symbolise a bride’s purity and innocence, white dresses have replaced the big and colourful dresses of the finest, exclusive and most expensive fabrics.
So why, you could ask, might a twenty first century bride-to-be want to move away from a traditional white wedding gown and step back into the past of wedding colourful dresses? Well, here are a few reasons…
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