Post # 1
I currently have bridesmaids who have purchased dresses in plum/wine shades and others who have purchased dresses in blush. I still 2 girls left to purchase and am concerned I need to add another shade to bridge the dark between light/dark.
The guys are wearing grey, and overall color scheme in reception is blush/gold/silver. Flowers a blush/white/pops of plum.
Post # 2
Any pics? I think plum/wine and blush has the potential to look really nice together (especially accented with the grey suits).
Post # 3
JennieB: I agree with MrsMeowton: , I think the blush/plum/wine will look nice with grey. How many bridesmaids/MOH are you having?
Post # 4
I dont have any pics…but I have colors
Some girls have ordered:
Bill levkoff: Petal Pink
B2: dusty pink
Bill Levkoff: Sangria
Post # 5
I would have one buy a dress in the wine shade and the other in the blush shade. Then in order to tie the two shades together with something like a belt, shoes, or flowers being the opposite shade of the dress they are wearing. or just have them the bridesmaids stand in an alternating pattern based on there dress. Like wine, blush, wine, blush, etc.
at least that how I would adfress the issue.
Post # 6
I have 8 girls total. 2 are MOH: 1 Matron of Honor .
Right now I have 3 girls who have purchased the blush’ish colors, and 3 who have ordered in the wine. I have two girls left to order.
Post # 7
I agree with a PP. Have one buy in the blush color and one in the wine/plum. To tie it together have a similar belts, shoes, ribbons, or jewelry. This will make the look seem more cohesive and pull everything together. I think your girls are gonna look awesome!
Post # 8
For me it depends on whether it is a BM or MOH who hasn’t ordered. As the MOH’s will likely be standing closest to you, I would work the color scheme from there.
I think it is a lovely palette so far- perhaps one more in the mid color range.