Would You Wear A Colored Dress For Your Wedding?

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Ines Di Santo

A romantic blush ballgown will make you feel like a princess, even if it's not white. Blush is a super complimentary shade for many skin tones.
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Similar to Lazaro's multi-colored gown from the spring collection, this new and improved version is just as fabulous. The shimmery pastel shades will sparkle in every photo!
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Sarah Seven

Be a blushing bride in this sweet organza gown with pleated bodice and gathered skirt. Uber-chic and perfect for a garden wedding.
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Kelly Faetanini

Were you a fan of Gwen Stefani's red ombre gown back in 2011? Well then you'll love this ostrich feather purple ombre mermaid dress!
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Dennis Basso

This celeb-worthy, blush mermaid has hand sewn rosettes and Hollywood glamour written all over it.
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Austin Scarlett

Join the likes of Anne Hathaway and Jessic Biel in this pink princess gown. Yes, we're definitely seeing a trend!

It’s no surprise that there’s a trend in colored wedding gowns (especially pink). Celebs and real brides alike are jumping this designer bandwagon and we can’t decide which color we like best! From Amber Tamblyn’s vibrant, yellow wedding dress, to the pretty pink hues of Anne Hathaway and Jessica Biel, we also saw a handful of colorful gowns during bridal fashion week. Here are some of our top ticks straight off the runways of NYC!

> See Amber Tamblyn’s Yellow Gown!

> Check the dress and sketch of Anne Hathaway’s Valentino gown

> Justin Timberlake & Jessic Biel’s Wedding Style