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10 Pink Wedding Dresses for the Unconventional Bride

Dresses for the bold bride.
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White may be iconic but a blush or pale rose wedding gown is the perfect way to bend—but not break—with tradition. Here, we've rounded up ten pink wedding gowns for every type of bride.

Ombré

BUY NOW Needle & Thread Embellished Tulle Gown, $1,000

This ombré embellished gown is for the bride who isn’t quite ready to go full blush.

Strapless


BUY NOW Alex Perry Valeria Silk Gown, $3,600

Between the cotton candy color, dramatic train and side slit, guests will be wowed as you make your way down the aisle.

Sequins


BUY NOW Rodarte Sequin Dress, $10,120

With the ankle-length and hand-beaded sequins, this dress was made to dazzle on the dance floor.

Floral


BUY NOW Zac Posen Gauffre Ball Gown, $9,990

A soft blush color and floral embroidery make this the perfect dress for a garden wedding.

Tulle


BUY NOW Monique Lhuillier Tulle Ball Gown, $9,995

The soft tulle, beautiful beaded embellishment, and a hint of pink make this dress ethereal.

Off-the-shoulders


BUY NOW Lela Rose Off-the-Shoulder Gown, $2,850

This simple off-the-shoulder silhouette in a subtle blush tone is understated yet elegant.

Velvet


BUY NOW Gucci Velvet Gown, $6,800

This hue is sure to shock. Not for the bashful bride.

A-Line


BUY NOW Oleg Cassini A-Line Gown, $1,158

A whisper of pink gives this traditional dress a modern twist.

Lace


BY APPOINTMENT Mark Ingram, $11,990

A hint of pink peeks through the white beaded embroidery for a subtle statement.

Printed


Stanley Korshak Gown, $4,200

A ball gown printed with white roses has romantic allure.

*This story originally appeared on Townandcountrymag.com

*Minor edits have been made by the Townandcountry.ph editors

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