We all love a lovely wedding and it makes more sense if we see the lady of the day putting on that beautiful white dress that distinguishes her from the rest of the guests. In the past, many took the colour white to mean purity and virginity of the bride, however, these days, virgin or not, it is mostly frowned upon if a bride chooses a coloured gown.
Here is the history of wedding gowns
In the Middle Ages, there was no definite colour for a bridal dress. Poor brides would always go for their wedding function in their Sunday best dresses. If a bride had a chance to get a new dress, they wouldn’t think about colour, but rather, a dress that they could also use for other occasions. However, the rich had the advantage of buying expensive fur, velvet, and silk.
In Scandinavian countries, however, black was popular for weddings. Click to read more…