Style, colour and ceremonial importance of the bridal gown worn by the bride during the wedding ceremony depend on upon the culture and religion of the couple getting married.
White is the preferred colour of the bridal gown among the westerners.
Creamy shades such as ivory, ecru and eggshell are also used in making bridal gowns. Queen Victoria of England, wore a white bridal gown when she got married to Albert of Sax-Coburg in the year 1840. Since then the white bridal gown became the norm in all marriages. In the earlier years, bridal gowns were made in any colour except black. The innocence of the childhood and purity of heart was symbolized by the white bridal gown.
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A bride to be can spend weeks and sometimes even months looking for a perfect bridal gown because of the variety of designs and styles available. Determine three things theme of the wedding, time of the year the wedding is held and the budget – with these three things finalised, picking up the correct gown will become easier.
Choose a gown style depending on the style and formality of the wedding function. In a formal wedding, it is better to wear a formal bridal gown. Besides a white bridal gown, another appropriate choice is ivory which is also considered as a formal wedding gown. Bridal gowns in pink, peach and ice blue are also becoming very popular.
Here are samples of some designs personally selected by me that have made me want to and have them in my closet.