Think Pink

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Feb 10, 2015

Yes, as you know, it is almost Valentines Day, which means that shades of pink and red can be found just about everywhere you look. Practicably ever aisle in the grocery store is strewn with pink hearts and crepe paper. Love is in the air, or at least in the d├ęcor. So in the spirit of all those romantic shades I bring you pink wedding gowns.   watters pink 5MT118 AS18 Side_0 565_main_detail   Pink and blush wedding gowns have become increasingly popular over the last several years as brides search for less traditional wedding gowns. I have seen black wedding gowns and pale blue wedding gowns and even a green one pass through our salon doors, but pink seems to have the most staying power. Perhaps its because the pale pinks and blushes are on the daring side, but they are still soft, subtle and romantic. It means you can be different, but you still get to feel like a bride and not an actress on the red carpet. All of these gowns have equal parts grace elegance and flair. They float and flutter and they are alive with spirit and joie de vivre. White and ivory will probably long reign as the colors of choice for wedding gowns, but it is nice to know that there are options for brides and still a chance to show some individuality. {Lindsey}