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Posted by in Bridesmaid Dress on August 6, 2011
After you have found your dream wedding gown, it is time to start shopping for the perfect dresses for your bridesmaids. Keep in mind the season, the location, and your wedding colors as you are perusing through the shops in search of that one style that will please all concerned. These are some suggestions on beautiful bridesmaid dresses for beach weddings.
For any outdoor wedding, light fabrics will be most appropriate. Among the best beach fabrics are chiffon, organza, and cotton. If you like texture in your bridesmaid dresses, you may also enjoy seersucker, linen, and eyelet. Keep color in mind, as well. The best hues for a wedding on the sand are light or bright. In other words, no long black satin bridesmaid dresses for your beach wedding, no matter how much your attendants beg for a dress they can wear again! Read the rest of this entry »
Posted by in Bridesmaid Dress on August 5, 2011
One of the trendiest colors for bridesmaid dresses this year is barely a color at all. Soft blush is hot this year for attendants, as it is a key focus of the neutrals trend in wedding attire. Learn more about the elegant new blush bridesmaid dresses.
Blush is such a soft and ethereal color that it could work well for many different styles of weddings. If your wedding will be formal, look for dresses in a fabric with some sheen. Classic satin dresses for bridesmaids are perfect for an evening wedding in any color. The light tone of the blush would make satin dresses ideal for a formal daytime wedding, when a deep color seems too somber but a lightweight fabric seems too casual. Finish it off with beautiful crystal bridesmaid jewelry sets and metallic bronze shoes.
For a very modern and chic look, check out blush colored bridesmaid dresses in a slinky silk charmeuse. Long column dresses in blush would be fantastic with an interesting detail like a twisted strap on the back. Or opt for short and sassy charmeuse dresses for a very updated style. Keep it from being too sexy by selecting blush bridesmaid dresses with an empire waist and a gathered skirt, sort of like a babydoll style. Let each bridesmaid choose her own shoes in her favorite color; when the dresses are neutral, it is the perfect excuse to experiment with chartreuse satin sandals or great looking eggplant silk flats. Read the rest of this entry »