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An exotic fusion of  luxurious silks and hand-dyeing brings to life these colorful and unconventional wedding dresses. Talented designer Chrissy Wai-Ching debuted her “wild but wearable” line of wedding dresses in 2003 in Seattle, Washington and who has since been creating breathtaking alternative wedding dresses. Chrissy started as a fiber artist until deciding to meld her textile and surface design skills with figure flattering cuts bringing Asian flair together with contemporary design to create a dress as unique as the wearer. I am in love with silk satin embroidered Zolotova dresses below.

Vera Wang, debuted her new fall 2012 wedding gowns during  New York’s bridal fashion week, most of which were black suggesting that after a year of major white weddings, she was ready for something new. Wang has experimented with purple, pale green, and neutrals in past bridal collections.