Not necessarily a pure white wedding requires the bride body headdress with is a white, began with Queen Victoria era, white represents happiness that time, and later strengthened the meaning of holiness and fidelity, resulting in remarry lady, not Wearing a white wedding dress, but also formed a pure white wedding stand out of its lofty position. Prior to this, Greece also used "white" as the most commonly used color in bridal gowns, but it was not strict enough to be full of whiteness; in ancient Roman times, the bride would wear yellow face yarn: Chinese tradition is based on the red dress as the auspicious sign; At the beginning of the 20th century, the silver wedding dress was a highlight of the noble status of the royal family, showing that the wedding dress was appropriate for its “color” and there was no special requirement to wear a pure white wedding dress. As the trend of the world continues to change, apart from the traditional colors of pure white, ivory, and beige, wedding dresses are increasingly popular in recent years. Pink wedding dresses such as pink, pink orange, pink blue, pink purple, light green and light silver grey are very popular. Soft and pleasing; if you dare to try, dark green, red, deep purple, decorated with a pink wedding dress, the formation of intense dress, the effect is very special; as for the most popular, of course, is the ivory or white wedding dress, decorated with Pink silk flowers and butterflies to add color. In fact, what color wedding is not important, the most prerequisite is to match the color of the bride's skin. Orientals have a dark complexion and are yellowish. Wearing a snow-white wedding dress will appear dull. Wearing ivory will be more harmonious and natural. Powder blue, pink purple and yellow skin will not be able to coordinate, but pink orange and pink green will match yellowish skin. As for the skin's rosy, or bronze skin, wearing a pure white will look good, especially the latter, will be a different share of the dovetail brilliance.