A well-chosen bridesmaid dress can contrast perfectly with the wedding dress, flowers and invitations as this will help with setting the tone of the overall wedding. In such a way to make the bride’ s dress stand out even more than on its own, a bridesmaids dress truly flatters the wedding gown in an elegant and eloquent manner.
What about when the bridesmaids have very different styles? Separates can be one way to resolve this dilemma. Many companies offer a large number of styles in the same fabric and colors. Let your preppy bridesmaid pick out a cute little strapless dress with a bow at the waist while your friend who loves form fitting clothes wears the same color in a fitted sheath dress. If you really want to see all of your bridesmaids in the same dress, consider helping them express their personalities with different bridesmaid jewelry sets. Choose a fairly simple bridesmaid dress in a neutral color and then give each attendant bridesmaid jewelry which suits her taste. Pearl jewelry will make your preppy bridesmaid smile, dazzling crystal chandelier earrings will make your sexy bridesmaid feel fabulous, and unique jewelry created from irregularly shaped keshi pearls will help your eclectic bridesmaid to feel funky and hip.
Neutral bridesmaid dresses in Champagne but never boring paired very well with neutral bouquets. Dress by Jenny Yoo | Photo by Kat McQueen Studios
For those brides who’re looking for white bridesmaid dresses in mismatched styles.
Slayed the mix and match hues of blues by Jenny Yoo. Dress colors: watercolor garden mist multi, mayan blue & caspian sea | Photo Cameron and Tia Photography
Rose gold satin by Jenny Yoo, against all the greenery, swooon! Photo by Sarah Jayne Photography