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    This Airbrushed Wedding Dress Is Going To Take Over Your Pinterest Feed

    It has all of the colors of the sunset and it's so beautiful.

    The internet is currently having a ~moment~ with Taylor Ann Linko's fabulously airbrushed wedding dress.

    It's easy to see why: The dress is fucking AMAZING, and Linko added the gorgeous splash of color all by herself.

    Linko, an artist, purchased the traditional lacy gown secondhand at a bridal shop, and pretty quickly set about figuring out how to add a much-needed splash of color.

    Linko told BuzzFeed it took her a week to customize her dress. She decided on a "sunset" color scheme, and dyed her hair to match.

    The process of making it involved a good deal of trial and error, all of which Linko chronicled on her blog.

    At first, she planned to stitch dyed pieces of lace to the dress, but that didn't go as she envisioned. "As I laid it on the dress, it just did not look how I wanted. Instead of a fade from one color to the next, it just looked like patchy flowers that were messy and hard to even see," she wrote.

    She experimented with colorful tulle, puffy paint, and fabric dyes before she picked up her airbrush in a moment of desperation. "I was fed up with all these tests and fails, so I just took my airbrush I had been using to get nice fades of color on the flowers and just sprayed it, and kept spraying it more and more. All in all, it was about three layers of paint on each layer of fabric and even on the inside of the lace edge."

    Here's the dress walking down the aisle, perfectly matched with a bouquet.

    And here it is from the back, equally as incredible.

    Linko and her husband Christopher coordinated their bridal party to go along with the color palette.

    And they looked pretty darn cute together, too.

    Posts on Linko's and her photographer James Tang's Instagrams have recently garnered a ton of attention, with many saying her gown is a sign of a new "dip-dyed wedding dress" trend, though Linko clarified that it wasn't dip-dyed, like many assume.

    "Crafty bride" is actually a perfect description for Linko: She made centerpieces from clay, handmade all her flower arrangements, and created her own wedding invitations.

    Look at this ombré Jenga set. Look at it!!!

    And get a load of this stunning cake that matches her dress and hair!!!!

    The response to Linko's dress was so positive that she now offers custom airbrushing for other brides, so look out for more jaw-dropping gowns on Instagram.