Wedding gowns This bride dyed her dress and the result is quite impressive

It appears that the days of traditional white weddings might be behind us. The new rave? Dyed wedding gowns!

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This Bride dyed her wedding dress impressively

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American Bride Taylor Ann Linko recently shared some pictures which have caused a lot of attention directed her way.

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It appears that the days of traditional white weddings might be behind us. The new rave? Dyed wedding gowns!

Taylor's dress is only but one of the recent instances, as many similar pictures of dip-dyed gowns have been posted on Pinterest and Tumblr.

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Today.com reports that after stitching lace flowers to the bottom of her gown, Taylor tried fabric dye, but did not get the desired result, hence she tried airbrushing to create the effect she wanted, going with a sunset-color palette to complement her outdoor venue and her heavily coloured hair.

play It appears the new rave is dyed wedding gowns! (TV3)

Commenting on the bold move, Taylor says on her blog,

"When I said I was going to paint my wedding dress, I was surprised no one tried to steal all my paint and hide it until after the big day.

"Trust me there were some really concerned people! But white is not allowed in my closet... so I had to."

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Taylor admits she wasn't sure she had done the right thing, she says:

"At first I was 100 per cent sure I could do this, 20 mins into colouring, I thought I ruined my dress. It took a few days for me to regain confidence and work on it again."

Writing on her blog, artist Taylor said:

"When I said I was going to paint my wedding dress, I was surprised no one tried to steal all my paint and hide it until after the big day."

Taylor agrees that she was not too certain at first:

"At first I was 100 per cent sure I could do this.

"20 minutes into colouring, I thought I ruined my dress. It took a few days for me to regain confidence and work on it again," she says.

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