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SAVE THE DATE ~ Grand America Bridal Show

Halloween is a still a week away and January 3rd, 2015 might seem like it is still a really far off date, but with the holiday season upon us, time will really start flying by and the new year will be here before we know it!  With so many people getting engaged over the holidays, January really becomes the heart of wedding show season. So SAVE THE DATE for the GRAND AMERICA BRIDAL SHOW.  Put it on your calendars now and plan on attending winter’s best bridal showcase at one of Utah’s most extravagant locations!

PRE-REGISTER HERE

Check out the blog every Saturday from now until the show on January 3, 2015 to get a little more information about The Grand America and this exciting winter bridal extravaganza!

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Feature Friday ~ Salt City Lashes

We are excited to feature a new and upcoming business today on the blog.  Salt City Lashes just opened their doors for business this past summer, but these amazing Lash Artists are licensed and trained professionals who provide a very popular service especially one that brides would enjoy to help them look even more beautiful on their wedding day!

Salt City Lashes is the only professional lashes-only studio in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City, and have opened a gorgeous studio in the Salt Lake Design Center.

The Lash Artists are professionals who choose to do nothing but lashes because it is their specialty and passion.  When you come to Salt City Lashes you can expect the very best lash service, a complimentary consultation, and an overall great experience.  They listen to what the client wants and will work with you to provide the service plan that works for you because they want to provide you with a one-of-a kind lash experience!

Salt City Lashes specializes in the art of individual and volume lash extensions.  If you feel like your natural eyelashes are too short, too straight, too light, too thin, OR you want some extra “oh-la-la,” eyelash extensions for your big wedding day, Salt City Lashes provide a low-maintenance solution. Lash extensions are an art form, in which each individual lash is lengthened with precision to accomplish a customized look. At Salt City Lashes, they tailor fit your extensions to compliment the shape and beauty of your eyes. Everyone has a different eye shape, face shape, eye size, or look they want to achieve, so a style professional there can give you a free consultation to advise you as to what the best lengths, curls, or shape would be best for you and suit your look perfectly.

There is no better place to get yourself a beautiful, professional set of eyelash extensions at the most affordable prices.  They want each of their clients to feel like they are getting the most for their dollar and service time.  If you have a big wedding event coming up, they will travel to you on your special occasion. They also offer bridal party discounts if you get your entire bridal party done. They can accommodate lash parties of up to 6, typically servicing 2-3 at a time.

Ask about the BRIDAL SPECIAL! When you pay for a full set at regular price you can get a free fill or half off a new set of lashes when you give them the rights to 4 professional photos featuring our lashes.

Let Salt City Lashes take your eyelashes to the next level with full, thick, curly lashes like you’ve always dreamed of!

Mention that you read about Salt City Lashes on  The Bride and Groom.com blog, and they will give you HALF OFF your first service!

Phone Number:

801-477-4054

Website:

www.saltcitylashes.com

Blog:

http://www.saltcitylashes.com/blog

Facebook:

https://www.facebook.com/SaltCityLashes

You can also follow them on Instagram!

Address:

378 West Broadway
(300 South)
Inside Salt Lake Design Center
Salt Lake City, Utah 84101

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Throwback Thursday ~Bridesmaid Bouquets: Tips & Ideas for your Bridesmaid Bouquets

It has been fun reading back over so many great posts on the blog over the years! Todays Throwback Thursday gives some great tips about making your bridesmaid bouquets unique or trying new things.  It dates back to December 2, 2010.  Enjoy!

Bridesmaid’s Bouquets

Written by~Natalie Dew

Photo by~Expressions From the Heart

Who says a Bridesmaid’s accessory has to be a flower bouquet? With all of the new accessory trends we are seeing, it’s the perfect time to try something fun with the girls you most love.

-A beaded bouquet is sure to draw a lot of attention, as well as look completely unique. You could try glass bead flowers in your bouquet, or go completely one-of-a-kind and just have funky strands of beads!

Photo by: Etsy

-Paper bouquets are a great solution for the bride who does not plan to have flowers as a large part of her budget. It also allows for complete color customization, as well as a bouquet that will never wilt or die! Some brides also love a little more hands-on approach to crafting personal parts of their wedding, and hand making your bouquets could not provide a better opportunity.

-Believe it or not, wooden flowers are amazingly beautiful. In most cases, the wood is shaved into the petals of the flowers, making an absolutely beautiful bouquet. This would be especially perfect for a vintage-style or wedding in the woods.

Or, if you’re feeling more traditional, try these ways to make your beautiful bouquets even more unique.

-Add some fun vintage charms to the wrap of your stems.

Photo by~Whimsy Floral

-Try wrapping your stems with a funky ribbon. Most craft stores have beautiful patterns, as well as different fabrics and textures, like lace and velvet. This can also add a detailed element to the season of your wedding.

-Rather than the usual bunch, display the flowers in baskets, or purses, to make the bouquet cute and convenient! I, personally, am a huge fan of the wrist-let flower-balls that are very trendy right now!

-Add feathers to the flowers, or try making your whole bouquet from these beautiful wisps.

Photo by~ Chic Design Studio

Also, don’t hesitate to ask your wonderful florist for unique ideas and tips. Places like Flower Patch and Chic Design Studios, as well as all of the other vendors on our website, are swarming with creative employees who have your best interest in mind. Go ahead and ask them for ideas, and opinions on even your most outrageous ideas! They are experts who love being unique, just as every bride does.

Photo by~Flower Patch

For more Wedding Flower & Bouquet image be sure to check out our Flower GalleryBridal Bouquet Gallery on our website The Bride and Groom.com.

To find an amazing Wedding Florist be sure to check out our vendors on our site The Bride and Groom.com.

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Fall Flower Trends

It seems like sometimes it is much easier to choose flowers for a Summer or Spring wedding.  Almost every flower is in season and Summer encompasses any flower that is bright and sunny. Flowers at a Spring wedding are the ultimate symbol of new life and a new beginning.  Choosing flowers for Fall and Winter can be a little trickier.  You can always use a Fall harvest theme and substitute some flowers with apples, pumpkins, sticks, leaves, wheat, etc.  But every wedding needs some flowers and choosing flowers that still reflect a Fall theme takes more thought, preparation, and creativity.  However, do not think that your options are limited!  Your Fall wedding flowers can still be as gorgeous, trendy, and perfect as any other time of the year.  The hottest Fall flower trends are picking rich, vibrant hues that reflect the rich colors of the season, having lots of texture, placing them in unique vases, displays, or containers for the flower decor, and incorporating other unconventional elements that stray from the typical.


ALL ABOUT THE TEXTURE:

Fall bridal bouquets, decorations, and centerpieces are often adorned with components of Autumn such as branches, leaves, acorns, crab apples, berries, pinecones, nuts, pumpkins, figs, etc. Other unique mix-ins include lotus pods, hypericum berries, fiddlehead ferns, wooly lamb’s ear leaves, and viburnum.  Consider using these natural elements with rich brown, gold, and amber colors of the season to create a textured, unique look.

Another great way to add texture is to create arrangements with several different kinds of blooms. Instead of just one or two blooms, try a mix of flowers that go well with your color scheme.  Flowers are all so unique, so putting these different colors and textures together create a really exciting and eye catching look.

Classic Wedding Flowers in Rich Autumn Hues:

Although texture is a hot trend right now, some classic flowers can stand alone and create a beautiful bouquets. The ever popular roses and lush, elegant dahlias come in the deeper shades of Fall such as red, burgundy, orange, and plum.  Other beautiful flowers include calla lilies in a deep crimson color and hydrangeas in greens and purples.


Structured Bouquets:

Although it may look good in the summer to have a loose bouquet that looks like it was freshly gathered in the garden, Fall and Winter bouquets should have more structure. Think densely packed, dome-shaped bouquets in beautiful Fall colors.  Finish the bouquet by wrapping the stems in a textured fabric, velvet, or satin ribbons.

Incorporate more Plants:

Succulents are thick and fleshy plants that are usually grown as ornamental plants because of their striking and unusual appearance.  They are extremely popular in landscaping, but these unique plants make great centerpieces at your wedding or can even become accent flowers on cakes or in bouquets.  They are not associated with any one season, but the petal-like leaves do come in some great Fall colors.

Say goodbye to plain glass vases:

For centerpieces, eclectic containers are all the rage.  You can use everything from copper pots, wooden containers, textured vases, bowls, pumpkins, etc.  Mismatched urns and pots, along with pots of various sizes, can really amp up the fun in your decor and create a very unique look.

As you can see, you don’t have to feel limited by the flowers available  for a Fall wedding. The colors of Autumn are absolutely beautiful and you can do some many amazing combinations.  All of these colors look gorgeous next to the white of a wedding dress as well. Your bridal bouquet should be the perfect finishing touch to your bridal attire. Make sure to choose something that you love and that fits in with the theme of your wedding. With so many beautiful color choices, bloom choices, styles, mix-ins, textures, etc, your bouquet can that perfect  complement to your look on your special day!

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Unique Fall Bridal Bouquets

Fall is a time where you can incorporate a lot of rustic and natural Fall elements into your flower arrangements, decor, and even into your bridal bouquet.  Natural elements can include sticks, leaves, fruit, pumpkins, berries, nuts, pinecones, etc.   Here are some bridal bouquets that embraced the elements and look distinctly Fall, extremely unique, but absolutely beautiful!

Pinecone and Wheat Bouquet:

Photo Courtesy of Amber Shaw Photography

Pinecones, Cotton, and Burlap:

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Bouquet of Succulents:

Photo Courtesy of Shanda Call Photography

Rustic Bouquet:

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Sunflower Bouquet:

Photo found here

Pumpkin Bouquet:


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Apple Bouquet:

Photo found here

Feather Bouquet:

Photo found here

Thistle, fiddlehead fern, crespedia, and succulents:

Photo found here

Bouquet of Leaves:

Photo found here

What do you think?  Would you be willing to incorporate some of these unique components into your bouquet?  What combinations could you use?  These Fall bouquets are definitely not  typical, but are definitely beautiful in their own unique way.

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Feature Friday ~ Suspended In Time Flower Preservation

We are excited to feature a business today that provides a service that is often overlooked, but such an important service after the wedding day has come and gone. Suspended In Time® has been drying and preserving flowers for over 17 years and has over 32  dealers across the U.S.! They offer wedding flower preservation, wedding gown preservation, as well as funeral flower preservation and other services.

Did you know that you can have your flowers beautifully preserved and sealed for generations to come?
DON’T TOSS YOUR FLOWERS – PRESERVE THEM!
For those once in a lifetime moments, your memories can literally be Suspended In Time®

Suspended in Time offers custom designs and encasements that reflect each bride’s own style and taste and with prices for all budgets.  So what sets this business apart from others in the field?  Their revolutionary drying method is so fast!  It only takes them 3-5 days to dry flowers and with very little deterioration, giving better dried color and shape and a fantastic end product.

Here are some tips from Suspended in Time for handling your bouquet so that it can be more easily preserved later on:

  • Try not to touch the flowers too much a this leaves oils from your hands on the petals and can darken where they have been touched.
  • Keep your flowers in a refrigerator or other cool area when you are not using them and with the stems in cool water.
  • Trim the stem a bit every day to make sure water is getting to the flowers.
  • NEVER put your flowers in a freezer
  • After the wedding, pictures, and reception are over with, find the nearest Suspended in Time dealer and get your flowers to them as soon as you can.

The sooner they can start the preservation process, the better the outcome will be. Visit here for more tips on caring for your flowers.

So how do they do it?  The bouquet preservation process begins when Suspended in Time receives the flowers and any special instructions from the bride.  They photograph the flowers before the process, and then after as well.  Once the speedy drying process is complete, the flowers are worked over a bit to make them look as fresh and colorful as possible.  The bride decides what memorabilia she wants included and picks out a shadowbox, glass box, frame, table dome, ornament or jewelry box from the many options available.  They then arrange the flowers and memorabilia in the encasement and provide an engraving with names and wedding date to give it a personalized finished look.

Suspended in Time offers so many options at very reasonable prices.  A variety of elegant high quality ornate frames, shadow boxes, table domes and glass boxes as well as a complete selection of colorful mats are available at prices to meet most budgets.

Besides flower preservation, they can also preserve your wedding gown! The dress comes in a box with a clear window that shows the bodice of the gown. The gown preservation includes the cleaning, pressing and even minor mending with a 100 year guarantee.

Suspended In Time ®’s revolutionary preservation yields dried flowers that look fresh and alive and because the special process dries flowers in 3 to 5 days the true color and shape of the delicate petals and leaves are truly remarkable.  The quality is impressive and each masterpiece is lovingly cared for because they understand not only are you creating a treasured memory and a beautiful wall décor but also an heirloom to be treasured for years and years to come. Imagine what you would feel if you could see your grandmother’s bouquet like it was on her wedding day.  For those once in a lifetime moments that you would like to hold onto, the beauty of the memory can literally be Suspended In Time®.

Visit them at their Utah Location at:
122 South Mountain Way Drive

Orem, Utah 84058

Call (801) 227-0075 or (866) 756-0059 (toll free) for more information.

Visti their website at www.SuspendedInTime.com to see more information on the prices, products, and services offered.

Email info@suspendedintime.com with any questions or for more information.

Check out the coupon below for a special deal and let Suspended in Time help you preserve a piece of your wedding for generations to come!

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Throwback Thursday ~ How to Select a Wedding Florist…

Today’s Throwback Thursday dates back to a post from January 12, 2008.  It shares some great tips on how to pick not only a florist, but the right flowers for your big day!  It seems like this advice and even the “2008 trends” are still very applicable to wedding flower trends of today. Great advice, tips, and considerations about wedding flowers.

Cala Lily Wedding Flowers Green Cake Flowers White Bride’s Bouquet Green and Plum Wedding Flowers

…and the right flowers for your wedding.

While trying to decide what look you’re going for on your wedding day, you should consider elements that you may have already chosen.

  • Wedding Dress- Is your wedding dress an elaborate gown, a modern mermaid style or a whimsical romantic style?
  • Wedding Colors - What colors have you decided on?  Are they rustic earthy tones or bright vibrant colors?
  • Wedding Location - Where will your wedding ceremony be located? Will the reception be at the same location as the ceremony? Indoor or outdoor?
  • Time of Year - What flowers are in season? What colors signify the time of year?
  • Personality & Hobbies - Liz from Whimsy Floral suggests incorporating your personality and hobbies into the look you are going for.  If you love the outdoors, why not incorporate that same passion into your theme? Use branches and berries, rocks and more natural colors.  If you have a light-hearted youthful spirit then focus on colors or patterns that exuberate your fun loving side.

If you’re unsure of the colors or style that you are looking for, search wedding websites or bridal magazines to find photos that fit your style.

Choosing Your Color Scheme

If you have a favorite color then start there, then find complimentary colors and shades. Audrey from Studio Stems suggests that brides consider their venue and the season the event is going to take place in.  Another starting point is to pick your favorite flower of that season and see what colors the flowers are available in.

Don’t be afraid to think outside the box. A December wedding doesn’t mean that you must use red and a May wedding doesn’t mean you must use pink.  However; if you like those colors don’t stray away from what you like, simply for the sake of being different, advises Liz from Whimsy Floral.  Have fun with it!

Finding the Right Florist

Finding the right florist to help carry out your event, is the next step. When you are narrowing it down make a list of the florists that you like.  After you have narrowed it down to a few florists, go in and have a consultation.

When you meet with the florists, look for a person that you respect and trust - someone who can give helpful suggestions and will try to stay within a budget. It is important to maintain a healthy working relationship while planning your event. Also make sure that you get a contract started.

Setting a Budget for your Wedding Flowers

When planning your flower budget you should allocate 10-30% of your budget to flowers. There is flexibility in that if flowers are very important to you then you should be more generous on allowing more of the budget to go towards floral decor.

Another determining factor is if you are having a large wedding party.  Having a lot of bridesmaids and groomsmen will increase the amount of money you will spend on flowers as well. As you are planning, be realistic .  If the beautiful centerpiece is out of your budget, work with your florist on something that will be affordable to you and just as beautiful.

Wedding Trends for 2008

Finally, the hot wedding trends for 2008. You are going to see brides “bring the outside in” states Liz from Whimsy Floral. By doing this you are going to see more organic things, like berries, driftwood, branches, and lots of green this year.

Another popular trend you are sure to see for weddings this year is the pairing of flowers and geometric shapes. This is not just going to be for flowers you will see this with linens and stationary.

You will also see textures incorporated into your décor.  Textures can add an additional depth and can achieve many different effects – elegant and graceful or fun and funky.

A few colors that you will sure to see with the coming year are all shades of greens, as well as eggplant purple.

Whatever trend you choose to incorporate – make sure it’s your style.

Thanks to contributors of this article:

Studio Stems - We strive to provide, a balance of all elements involved to create visual harmony, a blend of the clients personal tastes with the ambience of the environment and architecture, every detail addressed down to the most personal and unique bouquet wraps or lapel pins in customized colors, and of course stunning flowers in stunning shapes, colors, and designs. In the end an ultimate expression of you!

Whimsy Floral & Design – Our goal has always been to make your wedding a reflection of who you are and what you love.  From the elegant ribbon on your bridal bouquet to the chic containers that hold your centerpieces, every detail of each design is matched to showcase your personality and your style.

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Fall Flowers ~ What is in Season?

Although you can probably get any type of flower at any time of the year that you get married, ordering certain flowers at this time of year will come with a hefty price.  If you are looking to save money on your flower budget, it would be wise to pick flowers that are in season or more readily available at this time of year.  Though this may limit you somewhat, there are still so many wonderful possibilities for beautiful flowers that won’t break the bank.  Here are some great flowers that come in some perfect fall colors like rich reds, deep oranges, cream or white, and soft buttery yellows that capture the warmth and beauty of the Fall season.

Asiatic Lily:


Gerber Daisy:


Celosia:


Dahlia:

Alstroemeria:


Calla Lily:


Chrysanthemum:


Leucadendron:


Roses and Bi-Color Roses:

Yarrow:

Along with these beautiful flowers and combinations of these flowers, some great filler stems that can help to round out your bouquet and also can add some variety in texture and color are Queen’s Anne Lace, Solidago, Waxflower, Limonium, Aster, Statice Sinuata, Gypsophilia, and Hypericum.

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Tips to Fall Into a Glamorous Upcoming Wedding ~ Guest Blogger

Thanks to our guest blogger today, Suzan Hall.

You have decided a day to tie the knot with the man/woman of your dreams and want it to be the best day of your life. If you are wondering how to go about it, then your query is solved. As you know, fall is approaching, what could be better than having a fall wedding theme. Fall makes a perfect and ideal theme for your wedding this time of the year. You can enjoy the weather, falling leaves, rustic beauty, calm environment- everything that a person would want to have on his/her wedding. If you are seeking ideas about how to go about your fall-themed wedding, we have some suggestions for you.

(Photo found here)

Select your venue

If you have decided to have an outdoor wedding, choose a garden or a park. Keep a combination of rust, deep red or brown color. Build a welcome gate with fall flowers, leaves and fruits.

Go for a vintage decor, if you want to have an indoor venue. Cover the place with maple leaves and seasonal flowers. Drape the wedding hall with autumn colored satin or chiffon cloth. To keep it simple and regular, you can opt for totally white decor and add calmness to your wedding.

(Photo found here)

Flower arrangement

Whether it is for your bouquet or the decorations, choose flowers according to the theme. Some of the flowers you can have are Asters, Chrysanthemums, Gerber daisies, Marigolds, Roses, Sunflowers and Zinnias. You can use flowers of different colors and arrange them as desired. You can use Chrysanthemums for decorating the tables as a white base would require some color to light up with.

Brides look beautiful holding daisies and they even complement her wedding attire. Do consider pine cones, you can arrange them beautifully, if you know how.

Autumn menu

Starters

Salads are out of wedding menus these days. Keep your guests warm by serving soups for the starters and try pumpkin bowls to serve as pumpkins are considered significant in fall weddings. You can also go for salmon mousse or fish mousse.

Main course

Go for roasted chicken and salmon. Or if you want your menu to stand out, you can have red meat like lamb loaf or Cornish hens. Use fall vegetables in your menu like carrots, turnips, onions and spinach for vegetarians. Ask your caterer to experiment with vegetables and chicken, so that your guests enjoy a veg and a non-veg meal together. But don’t forget to taste it, as you wouldn’t want to feel embarrassed for having underrated catering.

Sweet stuff/dessert

Fall is a season of delicious fruits like apples, pears, cranberries, persimmons (relative of peach) and more. You can have fruit tart or apple tart. Brownies with chocolate and vanilla ice creams would help ending the meal sweetly.

Autumn cakes

The idea of tier cake can be enhanced by adding fondant leaves and fruits to it. Golden, rust, brown and green colored leaves would make your cake look entirely autumn-themed. Whereas fondant fruits like cranberries and small apples will garnish the cake perfectly to give it an autumn texture. Tiers which can be round, square or any other shaped could be covered with ribbons or edible fruit and flower garlands. Fondant pine cones would add to the aura and goes perfectly with the theme.

(Photo found here)

Invitation cards

Go for a photo card, and get yourself clicked in the autumn surroundings to give your invitation card a classic and simple look. No need to overdo it, just have a picture and a small description. To give it an extra edge, insert golden silk leaves in the envelopes. Maple leaf can be used for designing the card. A golden, brown or deep red colored and crunchy texture will help your guests anticipate the wedding theme.

Fall wedding attires

Try shades of beige as the whole fall rustic feel would go best with beiges and peaches. But if you want to keep it simple and yet want to go with the theme, go for off white and accessorize it with peach colored lace.  An entire vintage look fits well with the theme as well. You can have flower tiaras to jazz up the theme.

Deep purple, green, bronze and golden colors are the colors for autumn. Your maids can also add some flowers to their attires.

(Photo found here)

Your ride

After you have decided the venue and the theme, you would want a ride that could complement the whole theme. To support a fall theme, hire a vintage car and check if it is in good shape. If you don’t want to go that far, limousines are always a good option.

Follow the above mentioned guides, add your own charm and you can have an epic wedding which your friends and family will remember for a long time. You will definitely get tired of receiving the compliments.

(Photo from here)

Author Bio- Suzan Hall is a part time blogger and loves to spend her time with family, friends and enjoys sharing tips and advice online. She possesses a very good knowledge about Long Island wedding venues, NY. She prefers and loves to read about the changing  trends in every field and covers various topics related to wedding venues, event planning, latest trends, party planning, decorations, etc.

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Bridesmaid Dress Trends ~ Fall 2014-Spring 2015 (4th Edition~Colors)

There are too many amazing options when picking your bridesmaid dresses.  So I know we had said there would only be three installments of our bridesmaid dress trends, but consider this a bonus – our fourth addition.  Here are a few more fun ideas for you to consider when picking colors for your bridesmaid dresses.

Two-Tone:

Picking a two tone bridesmaid dress, or a skirt and top, can add some exciting contrast to an otherwise plain color palette.  It also adds some texture and usually this option allows for more wearability for your bridesmaid post wedding.

Photo Credit: 1/2/3

Add a little Sparkle:

What girl doesn’t want to feel glamorous? These sparkly dresses would make any girl feel like a million bucks! Designers are adding this sparkling glam to their dresses with fun fabrics, small brooches and shiny belts, and sequined bodices.

Photo Credit: 1/2/3/4

The LBD (Long Black Dress:)

Black has been and probably always be the ultimate classic look, not to mention the most flattering.  We have all heard of the little black dress, but have you heard of the LONG black dress. Long black dresses are a very popular trend right now in bridesmaid dresses.

Photo Credit:  1/2/3/4

White/Ivory/Nude/Light Colors:

Who says the bride can be the only one in white? It has been taboo in the past, but now everyone can be in white or light colors and it can add some beautiful elegance to the wedding. Don’t worry.  Everyone will know who the bride is no matter what her bridesmaids are wearing!

Photo Credit: 1/2/3/4

Pastels:

Pink is not the only pastel color around these days for bridesmaid dresses.  Lavender, periwinkle, mint, yellow, etc! Your bridesmaids are sure to look beautiful and glamorous in these soft shades. This color choice is especially huge for Spring weddings.

Photo Credit: 1/2/3

Before we end…here are a couple other colors that seem to always remained popular:  Yellow of any shade and Dark Blue.  These colors always look great and seem to be very flattering as well.

Photo Credit: 1/2

Bridesmaid dresses are important!  It is what some of the most important people in your life will be wearing on one of the most important days of your life!  It can be tricky to choose a dress, especially a dress that looks great on everyone.  But consider all of the options we have discussed on the blog, consider different cuts, styles, hems, and colors, and you will be able to make your entire bridal party look stunning.  What a wonderful way to complement your beauty on your wedding day!

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