Do you believe that a bride should only wear white for her wedding dress?
White is classic but if she does not want to wear white why force her? Sure, there are many traditions associated with weddings, but I believe that what's most important is the commitment that both will make on this special day - regardless of what she wears.
No, I think wedding traditions can be arbitrary. Wear what you love, the day belongs to the couple and they should do what makes them comfortable.
White is prefered by most brides. I think it is the colour that would suit the wedding dress the most. But I bride can decide what colour she should wear. Trends are changing day by day and she can even go for a red wedding dress.
Traditionally it's what people believe should be worn, but if the bride doesn't want to then that's her choice. If I found a red wedding dress I like I'd wear it. Should wea what makes her happy and screw other people's opinions on it
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