Post # 1
Ok bee’s im getting married on the beach in FL. My little sisters are trying to find floral sundresses. What would you think as a guest if the sundress had white in it? I personally wouldn’t care, because its hot and I want my sisters to be comfortable, just thought it would be fun to get other opinions, I don’t want other guests thinking they slighted me.
Post # 3
I’d have to see the dress.
Post # 4
As long as it’s not overwhelmingly white – like there’s a big pattern on it or something – I don’t see the problem. I would only get miffed if it was a solid white/ivory/champagne colored dress.
Post # 5
Aren’t most sundresses white, or have white in them somewhere? Who cares I say!
Post # 6
- Wedding: March 2012 - Pelican Grand Beach Resort
The dress is white issue regards dresses that would cause the wearer to be mistaken for the bride. It doesn’t sound like any one is running that risk in this case.
Post # 7
My sister and two sisters in law wore ivory dresses to my wedding, and I chose the color. You can do whatever you want, as long as you like it!
Post # 8
No, if white is just one of the colors but the color is not predominantly white, it wouldn’t bother me (and I’m one of those people who doesn’t like an all white/off-white/black/nearly-black look at weddings at all).
Post # 9
what they all said. total white, no way. some white, no biggie
Post # 10
white, floral sundresses != wedding dress white.
Post # 11
@swisea01: If the bride is fine with it, it doesn’t matter what anyone else thinks.
Post # 12
As long as it just has bits of white and not, like, all white with a floral belt.
Post # 13
nah if they’re your sisters and you don’t care … than who else matters?
Post # 14
I wouldn’t care. Someone could show up in full on white to my wedding and I’d shrug. Brides do not hold the monopoly on the color white.
Post # 15
His mom is just really getting on my nerves with making sure everything is done “right” lol so I don’t want my family to look bad in her eyes.