Wedding Trend: Mismatched Bridesmaids Dresses
I personally think that there’s nothing tackier than identical bridesmaids dresses and I’m really thankful that I live in a time where mismatched bridesmaids dress are becoming increasingly popular. In most of the photos I’ve seen, bridesmaids wearing mismatched frocks pick dresses made of the same fabric, but in different styles and shades. There’s another way you can going about doing this: give your bridesmaids a color palette they should stick with and play around with different textures and fabrics. I’m so in love with the way Australian bride Ilana had her bridesmaids wear distinctive lace and chiffon dresses in shades of antique brulee and nougat. These gorgeous dresses add more visual interest to the wedding entourage and they can easily be worn to other special occasions. Another advantage of having a mismatched bridal party: you can buy the dresses at regular retail stores at regular prices, instead of making do with bridal salons’ inflated prices.