Posted by in Flower Girl Dress on August 6, 2011
In a wedding, the bride and the groom are the main focus as they are the ones who have gathered the guests to witness their formal union. Nevertheless, it is not only the couple that makes a wedding a lovely event. There are also other participants, like the flower girl.
A flower girl walks down the aisle before the bride and either spreads petals or brings a bouquet on her way to the altar. If your little girl is invited to be in the wedding, then she will need a cute flower girl dress. Here are some cute dresses she might like:
Spaghetti Strap Asymmetrical Tiered Organza Gown
For the little maidens who want to look as gorgeous as the brides themselves, this lovely gown will be a stunning fit. With a ball gown-inspired design, this flower girl dress features asymmetrical tiers of organza flow. It has a pretty sash that outlines the waist and spaghetti straps, one of which is embellished with 3D floral details, making the gown more stunning. The best thing about is that it comes in a lot of colors, allowing you to choose one that matches your child’s favorite or one that goes in accordance with the wedding’s color scheme. Read the rest of this entry »
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 »