Black wedding gown

Black wedding gown
White is the traditional color of wedding gowns. It has always been from the very beginning. All the weddings I attended has always used a white gown for the bride. Years ago, as I was passing by in a church I saw a bride wearing a black gown. What do you think of it? Is it okay to wear a black gown? Doesn't it seem more like a funeral?

Agree

angie828

Nothing wrong with it

There is nothing wrong with wearing a black wedding gown. Sure, white may be traditional, but the bride has to wear what she likes and what she feels comfortable in. I will say that my wedding dress was white, but it had black trim on the bottom of it, and in the back, from the corset waist to the bottom of the dress, it was black.
Everyone should be allowed to do what they want for their wedding. Times are changing. Women are having men stand with them on their side, and men are having female attendants as well. Sometimes personal attendants are male. There is nothing wrong with having a wedding that is entirely yours. And if that means wearing a black wedding dress, so be it.

Posted by angie828 on 12-07-2018
Wubwub

why not

I agree that it does seem a bit too grim but some people like that so I don't really have a say in it since it is their wedding and they are paying for it and I don't even have to attend since i'm not even invited. I also do prefer white even though I'm not a fan of traditions, but maybe the right types of black wedding dresses might also appeal to me. The one in the picture doesn't, but maybe some other designs would.
Posted by Wubwub on 11-20-2018
stbrians
White signifies purity and if the person wedding does not feel pure then she can wear any colour. Maybe she is forced to marry or get married and she is mourning this black. There is no problem so long as the concerned are happy with it.
Kakashi2020

To Each it's Own

If you're a Goth then you would want to wear Black at your wedding. It's a free choice one can make. It also depends on the religion of the groom and bride, if a wearing Black is allowed. As for me I'll wear white.
Posted by Kakashi2020 on 11-21-2018
ajahcuizon

Elegant and unique

If my boyfriend would let me, why not? It is unique and very unusual to wear such color of a wedding gown. It will add up on how memorable your wedding day could be. Also, it will very be an eye catching experience as while you are walking down the aisle, all eyes will be on you because of its uniqueness.
Posted by ajahcuizon on 11-21-2018
rlpzbeermoney

It's Time to Change

I'm from the Philippines where everything should be traditional (White dress, no sex before marriage, if you get the girl pregnant marry her as a way of owning your "mistake") and I say go with what you want. It's your wedding and you should be able to wear whatever you want. If people can just walk in a wedding center in Las Vegas (drunk and wearing anything they want) then the rest of the people should too. We shouldn't be wary of what the other people think of you for not following the norm. What's important is that two people are getting married.
Posted by rlpzbeermoney on 11-30-2018
stbrians

Black is fun

It is fun to be in black. You look almost invisible. Wearing black id a surprise too. The congregaion are expecting white and then you surprise them with black.
Posted by stbrians on 11-21-2018
NerdIndeed

Whatever floats her boat.

It's her wedding, and if she feels wearing a black gown, why not? It's just a misconception that black is somehow related to death or some other things. We need to keep an open mind.
Posted by NerdIndeed on 11-24-2018
emiaj55

It depends on the design

I think that white gowns are more of a custom than a tradition. Our ancestors may even have been married half-clad. Black gowns are okay for me as long as the bride looks good in it. It is first and foremost the best day for a woman, so she should feel the best for that day. So if a good-looking black gown would do the magic, then black gown it is.
Posted by emiaj55 on 11-22-2018
iambeth

the bride's choice

I feel that the bride should be given a choice if she would like to follow the norm or not in terms of her wedding gown. I do not think that the motif is that important. What matters is that the couple are in love and that their family and friends support their union.
Posted by iambeth on 11-21-2018
stbrians
Who put the no of white? I do not think there is a rule that one should dress in a white gown while wedding. The person who set the rules must reset them.
Einalem

It's a bomb

As for me, black wedding gown will be a bomb. Although wedding gowns are usually in white, black ones will also be nice. Black represents elegance and class, it sill surely fit. After all, it will still depend on the couple's perspective and the occasion's theme.
Posted by Einalem on 11-22-2018
hstinscdln

Looks awesome

Having a black-themed wedding looks cool. Wearing a black wedding gown doesn't necessarily mean that the person wearing it is bad or whatsoever. If I remember correctly, I have read somewhere that someone had a black-gray-white gown on her wedding.
Posted by hstinscdln on 11-21-2018
stbrians
They have a meaning which we do not know. They are sending some message to the public It is their wedding and we should not interfere
clarisseblogs

It's a matter of preference

Personally, I prefer wearing a white wedding dress because it is part of our tradition and it will definitely make me feel great during the wedding ceremony. If one should prefer a black wedding gown, I don't see any problem with it at all. The bride and the groom are the "stars" of the wedding ceremony and they can wear whatever they want to wear that would make them feel comfortable. Anyway, as long as God and your loved ones are present during the ceremony, the physical elements, such as clothing, are of less importance.
Posted by clarisseblogs on 11-21-2018
rmbsuarez

Color does not matter

A wedding is a ceremonial right that validates the relationship of couples. It is usually done in church. Traditionally, women wear white long gown on their wedding. However, as time passed by, there were some who wants to be different. Some females choose to wear gowns with different color like black. For me, it's okay because the gown will not affect the essence of the wedding. The gown will not void the tying of knots of two people. Black gown will never become the basis of their love and loyalty to each other
Posted by rmbsuarez on 11-23-2018
knnon

Of course it's okay

As my headline says, there is no issue what color the bride chooses to wear to her wedding. Black doesn't always necessary mean a funeral as white is also worn in funerals. Any color will do as long as the bride is happy with what she's wearing and it's her dream wedding dress.
Posted by knnon on 11-25-2018
antonToledo

Wow black is awesome!

I never saw anyone in person or attended a marriage ceremony where the bride wears a black gown, but thinking about it maybe there is no harm in wearing a black gown in your wedding. There may be some superstition out there that it is bad to wear a black gown at a wedding, so it still depends on the bride.
Posted by antonToledo on 12-07-2018

Disagree

Mahshiemonalisa

still traditional

Throughout the course of human history traditions are made, broken, and re-made. I'm sure, eventually, the "white wedding dress" will be completely obsolete. It will be something mentioned in history books as a custom of yesteryear. However, I don't think we've quite reached that point as a culture, and black still symbolizes mourning, not celebration. I still think that a white wedding dress is more fitting for the ocassion. I don't think there's anything philosophically or morally wrong with a black wedding dress, of course, but culturally I don't think it works quite yet.
Posted by Mahshiemonalisa on 11-27-2018
cmoneyspinner

I'm Getting Married! I'm So Happy I'll Wear Funer

I'm sorry. Yes, I know a black formal gown for an evening affair is the epitome of elegance. But for a wedding? What is it about black that makes a person happy? Who wants to look like Maleficent on their wedding day??? (O.o)
Posted by cmoneyspinner on 11-24-2018
Barida

Not nice.

While I am not that kind of person that enjoys following trends, I wouldn't be advising anyone to go out of the way of normal wedding to wear a black wedding gown. It is not fashion and doesn't look nice to me as well.
Posted by Barida on 11-21-2018
angie828
I completely respect your opinion, as we are all allowed to have one. But when you say it is not fashion, it really is. Adding a pop of color to wedding dresses has become quite popular. My wedding dress was white, but it had black in it. And all my attendants wore black wedding gowns.
mark86

White is better

I did not see anyone wearing black wedding gown in their wedding day. I used to see one but that was in the tv series. I prefer white wedding gown because it is sign of purity. It is tradition and part of the culture too.
Posted by mark86 on 11-21-2018
jeffreyjose48

Disagree

I disagree. I have used to see wedding gown in white. It should be white.
Posted by jeffreyjose48 on 11-22-2018
theresajane

No

I don't know why other people would want to be unique during their special day. It's your most awaited wedding and do you want to be the talk of the town because of your black gown that doesn't suit the occasion?
Posted by theresajane on 11-20-2018
burgosmichael2407

Biblical

Wearing a white gown on your wedding day is more than just tradition. It has a deep and Biblical principle why it has to be that way. We should never forget that Marriage is a Sacred Sacrament and God himself instituted the first marriage. Though we have free will to decide for ourselves, it is important for us to abide according to God's principles.
Posted by burgosmichael2407 on 11-21-2018
jailo

Never

I would never choose a black gown for my wedding. Black to me represents a sad and sorrowful moment or situation. White on the other hand symbolises happiness and joy. The brightness and beautiful nature of colour white is just amazing and I cannot afford to miss it in my wedding.
Posted by jailo on 12-03-2018
astraherondale

I prefer white.

Personally, I would prefer white over black. I just do not like the idea of celebrating a momentous occasion with black as a theme - it makes the atmosphere somber and gloomy. White is a symbol of peace, purity, and brightness, which I think is more apt for a wedding.
Posted by astraherondale on 11-24-2018
menchuuy58

Disagree

I choose to disagree. I want the white to be worn on wedding. It is good when it is in pure white.
Posted by menchuuy58 on 11-22-2018
YoloBoy

Wedding of death

To be honest if my wife wanted to have a black wedding gown I would disagree highly. The white wedding gown is suppose to be a symbol of peace, love and devotion and that connects the color to God and the church. Seeing a black gown would be the opposite attraction where it would symbol death or negativity. Plus it's also somewhat the color of the devil or darkness. Seeing a gown like this would look like a wedding of death to me.
Posted by YoloBoy on 11-20-2018
theresajane
That a very good point. It's not nice to replace white with something that represents something dark.
mcnasci24

Too dark and moody

I don't see black as a nice color to get married in. It takes a lot of attention to the dress and away from the woman wearing it. Plus, it's a very heavy color, that is more related to death and funerals. I love black dresses, but not for a wedding gown.
Posted by mcnasci24 on 11-20-2018
theresajane
I agree with you. It's not really nice to wear something that represents a different concept on your wedding. It gives me creeps.
koki12346

I don't think that's okay

Honestly I think that on a wedding you should keep it traditional - white. There are some things you need to keep old-school, a black wedding gown in my opinion isn't okay, It's not a funeral.
Posted by koki12346 on 11-26-2018
jessie271

White=Pure

I beg to disagree. White speaks of "purity', presenting yourself pure to your partner. Unless, you are no longer pure. That's just me anyway. :)
Posted by jessie271 on 12-07-2018

Comments

thejoyrevolution
I don’t mind seeing a bride with a black gown. But if it is me I won’t wear a black wedding gown. I feel I might regret overtime. I think it is the bride’s perogative if she wanted a black gown. I don’t want to judge.
Posted by thejoyrevolution on 11-20-2018
vinaya
You can either be trend setter or trend follower. In order to become a trend setter you need courage. White gowns are common during wedding and black dress is common in the funeral. If you want to reverse this tradition, you need to be bold enough. Setting a trend is easier for celebrities or fashion models, however, for common people following the trends is more common.
Posted by vinaya on 11-21-2018
lovely
Truthfully I have never come across a bride with a black wedding dress I wonder why a bride will choose such a color well if the bride likes it no judging then she can go ahead with it.
Posted by lovely on 11-21-2018
theresajane
I would never ever try a black gown on my wedding. I prefer to stay white as it is the most appropriate in our place. Also, I have this in my mind that if I wear a gown of different color, I will not look like a bride anymore, I would just look like a lady attending a ball.
Posted by theresajane on 11-20-2018
vinaya
We are so used to the established notion that we cannot break this chain. Since white gowns are common, we always imagine a bride in white. However, black dress is popular during the funeral and we cannot imagine a woman wearing white during he funeral. The colors of clothes we wear during the special events have tradition meaning. White is the color of purity and black is the color of sadness. Thanks why it is common to earn white during the wedding and black during the funeral.
Posted by vinaya on 11-21-2018
mcnasci24
Exactly! And it's not a matter of taste. If a bride wants to use a different color than white, she can go for light pink, light blue, beige, or even a light gray. But black is way too strong a color for a wedding, and it will resemble more a funeral parade than a happy event. Strong colors such as black or red should not be worn for this type of events if you're the bride.
Posted by mcnasci24 on 11-21-2018
lovely
Apart from the notion we already have about black color mere looking at the gown up there it looks a bit creepy to be worn for a wedding. Some colors don't just go with merriment.
Posted by lovely on 11-21-2018
lovely
Same here I can never try a black wedding gown for whatever reason .in my own part of the world black connotes mourning and a wedding day should be ones happiest day so no need of choosing a black color color for it. Another color can suffice than black.
Posted by lovely on 11-21-2018
NerdIndeed
I respect your opinion, and I believe it's all a matter of preference — different strokes for different folks as they say. Is the norm to hold a church wedding? But some go to the extreme and do a sky-dive wedding, and it's way over the standard. Everyone has a choice.
Posted by NerdIndeed on 11-26-2018
nekonieden
I like both but I want to see the Black Wedding dress like in the series "Wildflower". The reason for wearing a black gown in that series was to hint them that the man she will be marrying and his family will be miserable and it was a sign to make a revenge to the family of man since they killed lots of innocent people from being overly used by their power as government officials.
Posted by nekonieden on 11-20-2018
theresajane
Oh, Wildflower! I miss Lily Cruz and her fierce attitude. I don't like black gowns for wedding dress, but if it's Like Cruz, I wouldn't complain.
Posted by theresajane on 11-21-2018
vinaya
You seem to have rebellious spirit. You seem to like working against the established notion. In our culture red is the color of wedding. The bride wears red. White is the color of funeral. red is associated with celebrations and white is related to peace.
Posted by vinaya on 11-21-2018
NerdIndeed
Hmm, I do find it interesting though if ever I would be having an act of revenge on someone, I would not drop a single hint for my plans. But it's a TV series so yeah, it's all good.
Posted by NerdIndeed on 11-30-2018
jetselle
I understand that younger people nowadays favor to pursue individuality. They do not like their wedding attire or weddings. They want their weddings to be unique. Consequently, within the wedding dress, I want to pick out the difference.
Posted by jetselle on 11-20-2018
superlicca
I still prefer to wear a white gown at my wedding. I don't like the vibes that a black gown can give to me. It is not like a wedding. A wedding should be lively and this event should look clean.
Posted by superlicca on 11-21-2018
MomoStarr16
It is because how the tradition put some stories about colors. What I think about this is being black does not always equal as a bad thing. Black dress may looks bad not because it was black but because we use to see it white normally.
Posted by MomoStarr16 on 11-21-2018
MomoStarr16
It is because how the tradition put some stories about colors. What I think about this is being black does not always equal as a bad thing. Black dress may looks bad not because it was black but because we use to see it white normally.
Posted by MomoStarr16 on 11-21-2018
vinaya
Most of us favor the tradition. Therefore, we don't go against the tradition by choosing color other than white for wedding and wearing color other than black during the funeral.Dress color also differs according to culture. In Hinduism, red is the preferred color fur wedding and white is reserved for funeral.
Posted by vinaya on 11-21-2018
kaushikangara
I think we should stick with what is being followed for so long. Breaking traditions is not recommended. Although I am not a Christian, I would suggest you to ask a priest or some learned individual before making such risky decision. There must be a reason why white should be worn so it is not advisable to change it.
Posted by kaushikangara on 11-21-2018
amelia88
Sure it's not my style, but I say whatever suits the bride! I don't think that we have to stick to a tradition or convention if we don't want to. Set your own path if you like!
Posted by amelia88 on 11-21-2018
NerdIndeed
And it's her very own wedding. She can do anything that she pleases. Besides, the point of a marriage ceremony is the bond between the husband and the wife, in sickness or health, for richness or poor, until death does they part. The color of the gown has nothing to do with that.
Posted by NerdIndeed on 11-30-2018
Anonymous
It's a big YES. We should be always open to breakfree from the traditional, whatever it is that you want to wear, just wear it because we have the freedom to do so and we won't hurt anyone by doing so.

For me, I think it's actually great to wear a black wedding gown because I feel that I'll look and feel more beautiful with black because it will emphasis my great skin.
Posted by Anonymous on 11-21-2018
mcnasci24
I agree with you, the bride should wear whatever she thinks suits her best! It's her special day, after all. Traditions are concepts made too long ago for us to continue obeying them blindly. However, I do believe a black dress puts a somber or negative mood over the bride and the wedding, as it visually is a very strong color. I wouldn't agree with black as a wedding dress color, although I do support brides who wear other light shades of color, even light grey.
Posted by mcnasci24 on 11-21-2018
MomoStarr16
One of my favorite rockstar's wedding had a black theme. And it looked cool and compatible with his rockers life. And the gown of her wife was a black one. In never looks bad or something negative. It even looks beautiful differently.
Posted by MomoStarr16 on 11-21-2018
MomoStarr16
One of my favorite rockstar's wedding had a black theme. And it looked cool and compatible with his rockers life. And the gown of her wife was a black one. In never looks bad or something negative. It even looks beautiful differently.
Posted by MomoStarr16 on 11-21-2018
mcnasci24
I also believe it's part of the culture and the type of guests that will be attending. In Central America, colorful gowns with flowery patterns can be seen in weddings, as well as in India and other Asian countries.
Posted by mcnasci24 on 11-21-2018
iambeth
Whatever color the bride decides to wear on her wedding day should be respected. I remember my sister wore a red dress and I didn't hear any negative remarks from the guests. As long as the bride is blooming and the groom is happy they can choose any color they want on their special day.
Posted by iambeth on 11-21-2018
stbrians
Athe brides dress or gown entails nothing all is needed is decency and whatever colour one chooses bases on them but white symbolises on purity....but what is important on the big day is the union of the bride and groom and blessing their marriage
Posted by stbrians on 11-21-2018
stbrians
Athe brides dress or gown entails nothing all is needed is decency and whatever colour one chooses bases on them but white symbolises on purity....but what is important on the big day is the union of the bride and groom and blessing their marriage
Posted by stbrians on 11-21-2018
JMS
An old friend of mine loves the gothic style of clothes and everything vampirish. She got married in black so a black wedding dress for her was her dream. Although I'd prefer a white or ivory coloured dress, they look equally fantastic in any colour.

There should be more variety of colours for wedding attire. Not everyone wants to get married wearing traditional colours. My friend looked stunning in her dress. Even though it was black. It was not the kind of dress you would wear to a funeral. It was an obvious special occasion dress and wasn't thought of as morbid because it was black.
Posted by JMS on 11-21-2018
mhingnhormz
For me I will still favor of the traditional gown which is white. White symbolizes in all positive ways, since it is for a very special occasions that comes once in my life i will welcome the the positive by wearing white.
Posted by mhingnhormz on 11-21-2018
vhinz
I've never seen in real life a woman getting married wearing a black wedding gown. It is very common to see a bride in a white wedding gown. The white wedding gown is still the ideal for me for a wedding.
Posted by vhinz on 11-21-2018
lovely
I wouldn't ever think of wearing a black dress or gown for my wedding even if it is suppose to be a designer dress and very expensive too I wouldn't accept. A wedding dress should show glamour and elegance with glam and not otherwise.
Posted by lovely on 11-21-2018
nrnlss
I agree with black dress, if the bride wants to where black wedding gown then let her be. We are so caught up in the idea where black means evil or darkness when in fact black is just a color.
Posted by nrnlss on 11-21-2018
mark86
That is right. Let her choose what she wants. That was her big day so let her decide.
Posted by mark86 on 11-23-2018
Marako0406
The bride really has the power to choose what color she would want to wear on this special day of her life. I can say that a black wedding gown is okay for as long as it is simple and not too busy and a lot is going on with the details or design of the whole dress but it is much nicer to wear light colors on a wedding day. Any color will do as long as they are both happy with it and it's the wedding that is more important.
Posted by Marako0406 on 11-21-2018
jayjaydimson
I haven't seen a woman wearing a black wedding gown in my entire life yet, I've only seen white gown.
Posted by jayjaydimson on 11-21-2018
NerdIndeed
I'm sure YouTube has one. Although if you're referring to your very own personal experience and seeing one in real life, it's very unusual, especially if you live in a Catholic society.
Posted by NerdIndeed on 11-30-2018
Anonymous
It is interesting to know that in some cultures, white sometimes used as a colour of mourning. This is especially true for many African countries who use both white and black as colours of mourning. I think Indians use white to mourn as well. I think what colour a person uses for their wedding goes along with the meaning that colour holds in their culture. Different colours mean different things to different people.
Posted by Anonymous on 11-21-2018
Franzel2oo
I think it's a matter of culture. The psychology of colour varies with different races and even within races. A colour could mean one thing to a certain group, and something completely different to another group of people. So while black brings the "creeps" as a wedding colour for the bride, to some race somewhere in the world, it could represent quite the opposite. In Africa for instance, white is used as a colour of mourning.
Posted by Franzel2oo on 11-21-2018
mark86
Traditional white wedding gown is better than black one. It is very uncommon if the bride is wearing black instead of white gown. It is part of our cultures and traditions that all brides should wear white.
Posted by mark86 on 11-21-2018
burgosmichael2407
It doesn't really matter to me whether the bride wears white or black or any other color since it's their wedding day. But as for me, I prefer my wife to wear the elegant, classic and traditional white wedding gown.
Posted by burgosmichael2407 on 11-21-2018
EfficientNinja
It's up to the bride. It's their wedding and not ours. We should let them wear Black wedding gowns even if it is not the norm. I don't think there's a rule that does not allow Black gowns for those that are getting married.
Posted by EfficientNinja on 11-22-2018
NerdIndeed
The elderly might be the one who will be against the bride to wear a black gown, you know because they're old school. But we now live in 2018, and women are not the same anymore compared to 50 years ago. Modern times call for current measures.
Posted by NerdIndeed on 11-30-2018
jeffreyjose48
I choose to disagree. White is a symbol of purity. I like it when it is in white.
Posted by jeffreyjose48 on 11-22-2018
Denis_P
I can understand the appeal that a black wedding dress might have to some people. I know a lot of people that are part of the “alternative” scene and would totally wear a black wedding dress. That being said, I personally would opt out. Black simply isn’t a color that I associate with weddings—at least not on the bride. A black wedding dress looks more along the lines of something you’d wear to a funeral, which I suppose is kind of the exact aesthetic some people would want to go for. As I said, I personally prefer the traditional white.
Posted by Denis_P on 11-22-2018
menchuuy58
I choose to disagree. Black is often used in funerals. It is better when it is in white. It is a symbol of purity.
Posted by menchuuy58 on 11-22-2018
MomoStarr16
I respect what you had said but for me it is just a tradition that give a wrong outlook upon a thing. Black is not always as negative to be with.
Posted by MomoStarr16 on 11-26-2018
bee.rthooyah
Using black wedding gown during Christian wedding depletes the purpose of the ceremony. White wedding gown is used during wedding to symbolize the purity of love that is being offered by two different people. White is also a symbol of cleanliness as the couple are facing God in that moment of their lives. However, if the preference of the bride were the colors that were unfit for that kind of ceremony. They must opt to marry in a different institution like the City Hall or in Civil Wedding rights were they have much freedom to choose whatever motif they preferred. I'm pretty sure the Catholic Church do not approved of this practice.
Posted by bee.rthooyah on 11-22-2018
gutzman
These days, we already have broke so many traditions because of the changes that is happening in different parts of the world. We are able to be more open minded on things we don't consider before. Wearing a black gown during a wedding is just one of those. I don't think there's something bad about this though because it's just the color of the gown. Aside from that, we tend to be more adventurous on things we haven't tried before.
Posted by gutzman on 11-23-2018
Wenkx03
I think on how the bride it. Its her choice cause its her wedding. It doesn't matter what ever color her gown is. As long as she's happy. Remember that every girl has their own personality. All girls are beautiful in their wedding gown.
Posted by Wenkx03 on 11-23-2018
jaymish
I think its your personal choice. I also don't think that you should be judged for it. They are some people who absolutely love black. White is just a wedding tradition and it's not a must that everyone keeps to this tradition. I have not had a wedding, If I were to have one I would love a white dress with a bit of black on it e.g a ribbon at the back or a bit of black on the sides to break the monotony. I find the insistence of pure white at weddings overrated. I'm so over the fairy tale.
Posted by jaymish on 11-24-2018
NickJ
If a woman wants to rock a black number at her own wedding, that's her perogative. But the traditionalists will always say that white is the proper color to wear at a wedding.
Posted by NickJ on 11-24-2018
luv2xacosta
We have different preferences in wearing a wedding gown so we have no right to judge as to why they would wear a black wedding dress. let's give it them since it is their special moment. And if they can carry it with grace and elegance, then that would be great.
Posted by luv2xacosta on 11-25-2018
NerdIndeed
In a marriage ceremony, it does not matter what color of the gown a bride wears. What is important is is both parties exchange vows and promise each other to live happily through rich or poor, sickness or health, etc.
Posted by NerdIndeed on 11-25-2018
MomoStarr16
Only judgemental people will look that it is a big deal. There is nothing wrong with the color of the dress as long as they love each other.
Posted by MomoStarr16 on 11-26-2018
NerdIndeed
Correct. A wedding gown is only a wedding gown, and it holds no significance as to what it could bring right after. People who believe in superstitions are usually the ones who easily fall for it.
Posted by NerdIndeed on 11-30-2018
vivalavanda
I would really want to try this for my wedding because black is my favorite color and I want to be unique. Color does not define your purity at all in front of the church, only people will think like that but God will still bless your marriage with your husband. I know as a tradition that the brides should wear white, but no, brides can wear any color of the wedding gown as long as their happy, as long as the ceremony is blessed.
Posted by vivalavanda on 11-27-2018
Corzhens
I will not be surprised if in other countries the wedding gown is colored black because it depends on the culture. But over here where the culture dictates a white colored gown for the bride it would be a shock if the bride would be wearing a black gown because black is the color of grief and sorrow which is unbecoming for a wedding which is a happy event for the couple and their families.
Posted by Corzhens on 11-30-2018
jessie271
Black Wedding gown is a NO-NO for me. During your wedding day, white "symbolizes purity". It's speaks of purity. You present yourself pure to your partner during that day. If it's black, it's like the other way around. And besides, that's not the normal thing to do. Wearing a black wedding gown on your wedding day is so strange. Or probably, that's actually the main reason of the couple, they want to be different. But for me, I wouldn't dare to try.
Posted by jessie271 on 12-07-2018