Hello! Magazine Presents: Alternative Wedding (Gown) Hues

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    Many modern brides are looking for something a tad more cutting edge than the traditional white ensemble. If you fancy choosing from a varied palette when it comes to your big day, why not take inspiration from our gallery of colourful alternatives, such as this eye-catching creation in shimmering apple green satin?

    Get inspired by Elizabeth Hurley - who tied the knot with fiancé Arun recently wearing a hot pink sari - by opting for layers of gradually deepening blush pink for a look that's both romantic and flattering
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    This gleaming, metallic-finish number is guaranteed to get eyes turning as you sashay down the aisle

    After something truly bold? Drama-loving brides play the scarlet women on their big day with full-on pillar-box flounces
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    Looking to add a fairytale feel? This white ruffled creation is giving a modern twist with a hint of palest pink on the skirt

    Delicate gold embroidery adds a touch of yesteryear elegance to this empire-waist number
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    Whether your diamond's as big as the Ritz or not, how about a Great Gatsby look in pale blossom pink?

    A light gold cocktail dress embellished with sequins gives a feel that's both youthful and feminine
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    If all-over colour isn't your thing, then a bright sash is the ideal compromise

    Depending on your skin tone, yellow can make a sophisticated alternative to traditional white
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    This vibrant, Spanish-style design would definitely ensure you're the centre of attention on your special day

    Hollywood glamour isn't reserved for the red carpet; this one-shouldered scarlet affair is the epitome of silver screen elegance - and ideal for evening nuptials
  7. Those are all gorgeous dresses, but I don't think I'd stray too far from the normal white dress. The white and off white dresses with color accents seem rather cool and cutting edge for a wedding, and while the other colored dresses are beautiful and dramatic, they don't really say "I'm getting married" to me. Cool post, thanks!
  8. Thanks for the post. I would have loved for colored dresses to be more acceptable when I got married. I ended up in white which is one of my worst colors.
  9. Any of the lighter colors might work, but the apple green, red or Spanish gown would be a tad too much.