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Q. How can I add a splash of colour to my wedding day?
A. Steven Brightey says: As with many design choices, style and etiquette change over time. Around 50 years ago, black was the expected wedding car colour. Then came white. However, these days there is a wide range of colours available for your wedding, which require careful consideration to complement the wedding party and their grand arrival.
Black remains popular, being elegant and stylish, and white is a traditional choice symbolising purity and simplicity.
Silver is as an alternative option to black or white and depicts modern elegance. Pink and gold are gentle, feminine colours which suit a romantic theme wedding. Darker colours such as burgundy, blue and green are becoming more popular, as these evoke smooth and serene visions, and will show off a white or cream bridal dress, plus complement most bridesmaid dress colours.