This Bride's Airbrushed Dress Is The Stuff Of Technicolor Dreams

And she even colored it herself.

For some brides, a traditional white wedding dress just won’t cut it.

Take Taylor Ann Linko, the bride who’s shaking up the Internet with her multicolored wonder of a wedding gown. An artist by trade, Taylor Ann bought her dress at a discount store and used an airbrush to carefully tint it with layers and layers of rich color. She’s one of many brides who have recently chosen dip-dyed or airbrushed dresses for looks that are anything but typical.

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There are many tutorials for dip dying dresses online, but not much in the way of DIY airbrushing. Tackling the task yourself takes some serious guts, even for an artist like Taylor Ann.

“Twenty minutes into coloring, I thought I ruined my dress,” she wrote on her blog. “It took a few days for me to regain confidence and work on it again.”

It’s a good thing she did, as the dress meshed beautifully with the rest of the wedding. Taylor Ann’s bouquets, rainbow hair, ombre games set and colorful accents were perfectly coordinated.

See more photos from the colorful wedding below.

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