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Before her, there was Kaley Cuoco and who can forget Gwen Stefani's amazing John Galliano for Dior dress . Pink isn't your thing? Zunino notes you can go bold, too. "I just did a cobalt blue gown!" Zunino says. "Then the whole wedding party is in black and then she's in cobalt blue. And so we're getting more and more of that where the bride is wearing the color she loves and the wedding party is maybe in black." But for the pink-obsessed girls, we've got your inspo right here: Another way to play with color and stand out is with prints. "We're doing quite a bit right now," Zunino says, noting this is a newer trend. "It's right at the forefront so everybody else will start seeing it probably two years from now. But with the custom girls we're doing a ton of prints." Just look at rule-breaker Angelina Jolie , for her 2014 wedding to Brad Pitt. She wore a classically silhouetted white silk-satin Luigi Massi for Versace gown with custom embroidery of their children's drawings on the skirt and veil. Actress and model Poppy Delevigne wore a bohemian-inspired printed dress by Peter Dundas for Emilio Pucci as her second wedding day look. A post shared by Peter Dundas (@peter_dundas) on Prints might seem wild to you at first, but keep the print delicate and the background white so you don't completely lose the bridal feel. A wedding day is one of the most romantic of your life so play that up with soft textures. “I think we're gonna see there's a lot of softness, a lot of chiffons.
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