[PHOTOS] Trendsetting, non-white wedding gowns popularized by celebrities


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Who ever said you can only wear white on your wedding day?

Well, these three lovely wedding gowns with shades of black red and gold were just made even more beautiful when worn by our beloved celebrities.

Check out the non-white bridal gowns, and tell us on the comments section later which one is your favorite:

1.) Anne Curtis and the huge, rose-red wedding gown

At a bridal show held at the Marriott Hotel Manila a few weeks ago, 32-year-old bachelorette Anne Curtis looked ready to ‘walk down the aisle’ herself as she arrived; stealing the spotlight.

Anne stunned people while wearing a huge, rose-red gown, as seen in breathtaking photos taken by Caliber King.

The gown, a Michael Leyva creation, featured a complex floral pattern and a sweeping, glittering train that resembled petals.

2.) Maja Salvador and the black bridal gown

Maja’s look was for an episode of the hit afternoon drama series “Wildflower”. But why wear black, the very opposite of the traditional white wedding gown almost every bride-to-be loves to wear? Maybe the viewers and fans of Wildflower can answer that.

In an interview, Preview talked to Maja’s stylist Regi Cruz about the stunning piece. The floor-length ball gown, according to the stylist, was created by designer Val Taguba.

The bodice and the skirt were made in French lace and encrusted with Swarovski crystals.

The final look included a black veil.

Arnaldo and Ivy #WildflowerWildestWedding #TheBrideInBlack AUGUST 9 2017

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3.) Divine Lee’s gold bridal gown by Rajo Laurel

TV host Divine Lee was literally shining when she wore the golden creation by Rajo Laurel. Now this one is not for a fashion show or for a primetime program. This is the real drama thing when Divine was married to her now husband Blake Go on Saturday.

The amazing gown and veil by @rajolaurel. #fperez #teampatdy #finalleeshesaidgo #rajolaurel

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This article has been viewed 4244 times. Article originally posted: August 8, 2017, 3:11 pm (UTC-0). Last update: August 8, 2017 at 4:55 pm (UTC-0).

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