I'm not saying my wedding was a really nontraditional affair in any sense, it's not like it was a Jedi wedding or one where everyone dresses up as their favorite Pokemon, not that there's anything wrong with that, but some people are a little timid to pull the trigger on straying too far from the "ideal" wedding ceremony.
But brides now are finding a way to infuse some fun into their ceremonies by mixing up their bridal gowns, and it looks pretty awesome.
They're called dip-dyed wedding dresses, and people are really into them.
If you're into Linko's designs, you can custom order them, but there are also plenty of other DIY tutorials as well.
"I test to ensure correct color intensity, shade, amount of fading and graduation of the dye...The thing I love most about the dress is how it moves. The blue fabric ripples and flows almost like water," she told TODAY. "It adds beauty, excitement and creativity to the dress."And if you're looking for inspiration of your own, just take a gander at some of these beauties that might spark some ideas.