SimplyBridal’s Presents Five Color Recommendations for Modern Brides

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SimplyBridal, an online wedding retailer, announces its list of five colors for non-white wedding dresses.

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While non-white gowns once made up a minority, as more and more brides try to personalize their weddings, they've overturned many traditions, including the pure white dress.

SimplyBridal.com is the place to check out exquisite dresses at competitive prices. As part of the new year, SimplyBridal is announcing five fashion forward colors for brides who want more than just white.

"While non-white gowns once made up a minority, as more and more brides try to personalize their weddings, they've overturned many traditions, including the pure white dress," said media contact Harper Butler.

SimplyBridal’s Top Five Wedding Dress Colors

1. Red
Red is a traditional wedding color for Indian, Chinese, and Vietnamese brides. In Asian cultures, red is the traditional color of good luck and auspiciousness; in India, red is as a symbol of passion, positive energy, vibrancy and good health.
While some brides pay homage to their heritage by choosing a red gown in a western style, there is also an increased fascination with other world cultures. Katy Perry and Russell Brand had a traditional Indian ceremony in rural Rajasthan for their 2010 nuptials.

2. Black
While pure black gowns are still a rarity in the wedding world, black has become popular as an accent color. The result is unexpected, modern, and edgy. Shania Twain picked a white gown with a black sash for her sunset nuptials on a beach in Puerto Rico. A touch of black is perfect for the daring bride.

3. Pink
Pink is the ultimate girl color and can be both playful and sweet, which makes it a popular choice for non-traditional but feminine brides. Reese Witherspoon wed Jim Toth in a blush-color satin-and-Chantilly lace Monique Lhuillier gown. Gwen Stefani rocked a custom-made pink and white silk faille wedding dress that was both pretty and punk. Portia De Rossi wore a Zac Possen gown with a ballerina-inspired full pink tulle skirt.

4. Lavender
While white does not flatter all skin tones, lavender has the right mixture of warm and cool tones that looks good on just about everyone. Red headed beauty Julianne Moore was stunning in a lilac Prada dress in her 2003 wedding to director Bart Freundlich while a sun kissed Sofia Coppola tied the knot in a custom lavender chiffon dress by Azzedine Alaïa last year.

5. Blue
The blue gown is a contemporary twist to the age old tradition of something old, something new, something borrowed, and something blue. Before Queen Victoria popularized the white wedding dress, many brides wore blue because the color signified purity.

About SimplyBridal:
SimplyBridal is an online retailer that simplifies the entire bridal process by putting the best wedding products and services directly into the hands of our users worldwide. We accomplish this mission by offering a selection of quality bridal products; providing an excellent, worry-free purchase experience; providing the best set of bridal resources and content; and offering beautiful, superior-quality wedding dresses that won't break the budget. Our service grew from the desire to offer brides-to-be with elegant, luxurious and high-quality gowns that use only the finest fabrics-minus the monumental cost and corporate red tape. SimplyBridal merges the mom-and-pop dress shop feel with the professionalism and quality of a global brand. Every bride deserves the wedding gown of her dreams. At SimplyBridal, she can find it. Browse our collection at http://www.SimplyBridal.com or contact the company at press(at)simplybridal(dot)com or (213) 375-5354

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