When Jessica Biel married Justin Timerblake in October, the wedding blogs lit up with news of the bride’s blush-toned wedding gown. But those who attended the 2013 wedding shows already knew that pink is where it’s at when it comes to a dress with a twist. Consider these designs when looking for your gown, or your partner’s, and you won’t need rose-tinted glasses to see the romance bloom.




circle_1 The organza ruched sweetheart bodice and organza cascading ruffle skirt on this Oscar de la Renta gown embraces various textures for a look that is dreamy and romantic.
circle_2 A full skirt, sweetheart neckline and embellished waist—this Lazaro gown has everything a bride dreams of. The soft pink color only adds to the classic romanticism.
circle_3 A barely there pink becomes modern and chic with a black cummerbund, allowing you to create a soft statement with a sophisticated edge with this Isaac Mizrahi for Kleinfeld gown.
circle_4 What could be more ethereal than a cloud of pink ruffles swishing around your feet? The sweetheart neckline of this Maggie Sottero gown and bejeweled belt adds a touch of glamour.
circle_5 The bride will float down the aisle in a ball gown full of pink ruffles this light and voluminous. The sweetheart neckline on this Sareh Nouri Sophie dress adds a touch of va-va-voom.
circle_6 This sweetly soft pink Ines Di Santo strapless ball gown features a translucent beaded corseted bodice that shows off your décolletage, while still being demure.