Check out these 10 colored wedding dresses for the non-traditional bride, from Colin Cowie Weddings:

While a white wedding dress will always be a forever classic, there’s something undeniably appealing about an unexpected splash of color amidst a sea of ivory. For those who dare to be different, colored gowns can be a bold and beautiful choice for your walk down the aisle. Love the idea of a wedding dress that tosses tradition to the curb? Get inspired by our favorite colored wedding dresses for your big day.

1. For all you show stoppers out there, there’s nothing more romantic (or eye-catching) than wearing red.red wedding dressPhotography: A Day of Bliss Photography Inc.; Dress: Vera Wang

2. We adore a vibrant pink wedding dress for a fresh, romantic look.pink wedding dressPhotography: Sofia Katherine; Dress: Maggie Sottero

3. Brides with whimsical, fun-loving personalities will love playing with shades of purple.purple wedding dressDress: Atelier Aimee

4. Classic silhouettes get totally transformed when done in an innovative hue like mint green.mint green wedding dressDress: Michael Cinco Couture

5. A delicate baby blue makes for a sweet twist on the traditional.baby blue wedding dressPhotography: Emm and Clau Photography; Dress: Martin Hrča

6. Muted gray brings a brides personality and style to center stage.muted gray wedding dressDress: Sareh Nouri

7. For a touch of color, blush gowns are a trendy pick we can’t get enough of.blush wedding gownPhotograhy: Sara Hasstedt; Dress: Watters

8. Feeling extra bold? Go glam with gold, a metallic dress is a great way to shine on your big day!metallic gold wedding dressPhotography: Megan Thiele Studios; Dress: Badgley Mischka

9. For a feminine feel, you can’t beat floral. This ladylike look is perfect for the bride who’s looking for something unique.floral wedding dressDress: Wendy Makin

10. Elegant and dramatic, black wedding dresses have us ready to embrace the dark side. These gowns prove that daring to be different can be a very good thing.black wedding dressPhotography: Michael Segal Photography; Dress: Vera Wang