If there’s any trend in weddings today, it’s bucking the rules entirely to create a day all your own. From how you organize your wedding party to whether you even throw
a party, the only thing you’re really obligated to carry through is making sure your day is just what you want. And, for some women, wearing white just doesn’t quite do it. No matter the reason — white's slightly squicky purity connotations, maybe, or because pink is fun — a wedding dress can be any shade of the rainbow.
For those types of brides, Erdem’s spring 2015 show is a brilliant example of how romantic, special-feeling, and grandma-appropriate a non-white dress can be. In delicate lace, lovely silks, and flowing organzas, these dresses are an I do DO. They're also great for any other formal occasion at which you definitely want to be the center of attention. It’s hard not to be when you’re decked out in a garden’s worth of florals and frills, even — no especially — if they come in a garden's worth of colors, too. Click through to fall in love.
Photographed by Eva K. Salvi