I decided to do a little different style post today and it consists of the ladies in waiting, the dutiful women (or men) who make sure our lovely bride is ready to go for her big day, they are none other than the wonderful (and now very stylish!) Bridesmaids!! There are soooo many questions to be asked and decided upon in just wedding planning alone, asking yourself what are your colors? What kinds of flowers do you want? How many girls are in your bridal party? And what will they wear?!! Will the dresses be floor length or shorties? Will they all wear the same colored dress? Will they wear pearls or diamonds? Hair up, hair down? SOOO many questions, your head might be spinning, but I hope the inspiration below will start to lead you in the right direction. It’ll all come together, trust me I know. From all my brides, to friends who are now married, all these questions definitely get answered and all you will worry about on your wedding day is making sure you don’t cry walking down the aisle so your makeup stays absolutely perfect. Of course, then again, your Maid of Honor is ready for this anyway.
Deep purples made rich with fuchsia make “Poplar” come alive with drama. With Carol Hannah’s unique modern style, a bridesmaid gown can still stand on her own with floor length silk chiffon or silk charmeuse, so it flows with movement. Unique hair pieces can really spruce it up, making a more couture look with some fancy pearls around each girls neck. Decide on different kinds of necklaces, but all with the same idea to keep it cohesive. Either strings of pearls, or pearls mixed with diamonds. Can you say Glamour-rama!?
Now, Elizabeth Dye’s “Tempest” gown reminds me of a garden wedding, or on the english countryside with hedge groves lining the drive to a magnificent estate much like Mr. Darcy’s Pemberley. I love the idea of a lace hair accessory to bring in lace perhaps from the bride’s gown, and the colors of a muted blush and pale yellow are so easy and comfortable. It really does feel like a dream.
This bridesmaid style is classic and fun. The bold colors bring Watter’s “Gobi” gown to life and the charming bouquet is as pretty as this Sarah Seven bridesmaid gown. It’s sweet and graceful, hence why I felt it should be titled as such.
Pastel Bridesmaids/ “Poplar” by Carol Hannah/ Couture Bridesmaids/ Braided Chignon/ Deep With Envy Bouquet/ Diamonds & Pearls Necklace/ Elizabeth Dye’s “Tempest”/ Elegant Bridesmaids/ Lace Hair Accessory/ Baby’s Breath/ Diamond Drops/ “Gobi” by Watters/ Sarah Seven Bridesmaid/ Flowered Vine Hairpiece/ Navy & Coral Bouquet/ Diamond & Sapphire Bracelet
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