Mismatched bridesmaid dresses have become much more popular in recent years, brides are making the decision to mix bridesmaid palettes for their weddings, some in multiple colors and others using tonal shades of one color to create something unique and original. Not only is it a great way to cut out all the matching hassles, but it’s a great way to ensure all your maids end up happy by getting the choice to pick a style or colour that suits them best. Take a look at some of our favourite bridesmaid looks.
It’s been a while since I posted the first bridesmaid blog, but we’ve received so much feedback that we felt it beneficial to readers to post another article. Selecting bridesmaid dresses can be one of the most fun parts of the wedding and something which can make a great impact on the day. This is also one of the best memories a bride can make for her and her best friends.
Match With The Wedding Theme
Set a color tone to go with your wedding colors. You may choose every dress in a different color, or you may limit the color choice and keep the dresses in varying shades of a color tone.
What Styles & Lengths To Choose
Before you decide on the style, brides should clearly know all of your bridesmaids’ body types and skin color, so that you are in a position to help them find a suitable dress. Like the color options, styles and lengths can change depending on each maid.
Simplicity & Budget
It’s very important especially when you have a tight budget and have two or more bridesmaids to carefully watch your budget. So take your time when searching for those all important dresses at affordable prices. It’s always worth bearing in mind that price isn’t everything and simplicity can be the key to stylish elegant dresses.
We’ve recently been inspired by the sudden surge in custom-made vintage dresses, we all know that weddings are organised around a theme and with so many brides choosing lace and 1950’s style dresses it makes us wonder how they will fit the dress into the rest of the wedding. After some research we’ve found that it’s not only the dress scene but it’s also been heavily imprinted into the invitations and other paper based products. Here’s some of the designs that we found rather inspiring.
Letterpress– Think old fashioned, embossed, stylish and incredibly formal.
Ornate Patterns – with graceful intricate swirls or flourishing motifs.
We understand that Letterpress can be a tad pricey so how about using intricate floral motifs using standard print, they look just as good, but without the price tag.
Rustic Linen – with Romantic Flora and Fauna and Lace Motifs