Post # 1
I am really loving this Allure dress in champagne. It’s kind of pink actually… But what the heck would everyone else wear?
At first I was thinking of doing the burgundy/claret with gold accents. Does it still work?
I’m looking for ideas so that when I go back to try on the Allure I can get them to pull some bridesmaid dresses in those colors to hold up next to it so I can see if I still want the champagne color.
Post # 3
I like neutrals with a colored wedding dress. How about ivory/taupe or silver? I also think a darker color, like navy or plum, would match nicely. I also threw in the aqua pic just to show that you can still do color if you want!
Post # 4
I like that first picture with the neutrals, but I think it might look dull in the winter when everything is snowy. Ugh too bad…
Post # 5
My girls are going to be in teal with red flowers. My dress is blush/champagne.
My inspiration board from awhile ago. Colors are right, but I picked different Bridesmaid or Best Man dresses:
One of the Bridesmaid or Best Man dresses and some potential flowers:
My dress (full body shot in board, this shows the pinkness):
Post # 6
@LittleRiver: I love the second pic you posted, and totally second the silver or gold dresses. Perfect fit for winter, and won’t appear dull. Just sparkly 🙂
Post # 7
My dress is a very subtle blush and my bridesmaids are wearing blush (definitely pink, whereas my dress looks fairly white). My colors are ivory, blush, champagne and gold. I never liked the look of bright white dresses so I’m thrilled I found mine!!
Post # 8
I’m doing a super light pink as one of my accent colours at my wedding, with the main colours in ivory and really dark grey.
Maid/Matron of Honor (my only bridal-party member) is wearing a really really dark grey floor length dress.
Post # 10
I just started a board about this – what about the flowergirls???
Post # 11
My girls will be wearing the color Wysteria which is a muted-vintage light purple.