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    Posted 13 July 2012 - 01:30 AM

      White is traditionally a bridal colour, and many girls dream of the day they slip into that pure white or ivory gown to walk down the aisle to their handsome husband-to-be. However, not all brides like the idea of a white wedding dress, and some would prefer to wear something a little more colourful.

      If you can’t decide whether a white wedding dress is the right choice for you, here are the pros and cons of getting married in white:

      Four reasons to wed in white wedding dress

      1.You’ll feel like a bride

      There’s nothing like a beautiful white wedding dress to make you really feel like you are getting married. The image of the bride in a large white gown and veil may be a fashion dresses, but it is an enduring symbol, and when you see your reflection in your wedding outfit you will truly feel like a bride.

      2.It’s traditional

      In western countries it’s traditional for brides to wear a white wedding dress; after all there aren’t many occasions when you get the chance to dress up a stunning white gown. You may not feel the need to stick to tradition at the time you get married, but in later years you might look back at your photos and wish you had taken the traditional bridal route.

      3.It’s symbolic

      White has become seen as a bridal colour because of the meanings it conveys. White symbolises happiness and joy, and a white wedding dress signifies the innocence, purity and kindness of the bride. Peace and fresh beginnings are also associated with white, but you might think twice if you are of eastern descent as in some countries white symbolises death and mourning.

      4.You’ll stand out from the crowd

      If you wear a white wedding dress you can pretty much guarantee you won’t be wearing the same as anyone else at your wedding. Common etiquette tells guests not to wear white to a wedding because only the bride should wear white. If you want to be immediately obvious in your wedding photos, white or ivory are the best choices.

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