Pink: Designers like Monique Lhuillier have made pink a go-to wedding gown color for many brides. Because you can get it in so many shades, such as very light pink, blush pink, bubble gum pink, and bright pink, any bride can sport a pink wedding gown. Romantic brides may go for lighter shades, and more nontraditional brides could go with a bright pink.
Nude: Vera Wang has brought the nude wedding dress to the forefront of bridal fashion. She started by adding a few nude color gowns, and now, her 2012 Fall Collection is dominated by the color. This is a safe way to break from tradition, as nudes can also be very light. However, if a bride wants more of a statement, dark nudes are beautiful as well.
Blue: Blue wedding dresses have really become popular in the past year. Many different designers carry shades of blue. However, they are more likely to be baby blues or light blues. This look is perfect for the fairytale bride, as it reminds one of Cinderella. Blue ball gowns tend to be the most popular when trying to achieve this look.
Red: With different religions, cultures, and traditions, there has been a real demand for red wedding dresses. Or, a red dress could just be for the bride who wants to stand out from the norm. Designers such as Pnina Tornai are known for their red designs. Also, many gowns that come in white can also be dyed any shade of red the bride wants, depending upon the occasion.
Black: Another Vera signature look is the black designer wedding gown. She started by adding black accents like bows, black lace and black bridal gloves. Now, you can find all black wedding dresses from many designers. This color is typically worn by the modern bride and is a great choice for a black and white themed wedding. Also, with Halloween becoming such a popular time to get married, black wedding dresses have risen in popularity.