Post # 1
I would love to pull this off! I was thinking yellow for Maid of Honor, Coral or fuschia for Matron of Honor(cannot just pick one to be MOH) and turquiose for Bridesmaid or Best Man. Or something like that.
minus the green or just stick with this? Love the strappy sandals and straps on the dresses:)
my plan is to have pink flowers on the table and white cloths. I would probably carry pink flowers with my ivory dress.
Has anyone succesfully pulled the more than one color Bridesmaid or Best Man dress idea off?
Post # 3
Now that I actually see the diff. colors I don’t think it will look good lol. I think just sunshine yellow with the color heels in that picture will flow better and maybe the guys wear a diff color tie. Aqua? Not yellow bc they will look like bees:) And maybe a yellow bout.
Post # 4
I like the idea:) but just make sure that if they are different colours they are atleast the same dress…that way there will be some consistency, otherwise guests wont be able to tell the difference between your girls and other guests.
I found this pic of another Bee who did something similar and it looked amazing.
Post # 5
@MinouBear: Very pretty! I like the ombre-ish effect!
Post # 6
I like the idea of your ladies wering different colors to compliment each of them. I’m very into the idea of my girls looking and feeling as beauiful as possible, so I love the idea of them chosing their own shades and dress within a color scheme.
Post # 7
The BM’s have spoken. They all love yellow with the pink heels!
Post # 8
I love the multiple colors!!!
Post # 9
@cherryblossomlove: yay! I like the yellow best too 🙂
Post # 10
I think a monochromatic color scheme (like the grey/black abovr) works the best. However three different colors could work. If you do that be careful to choose the shades/hues carefully so that dryer comfort compete you want a triad of colors. Google color theory. http://www.colorsontheweb.com/combiningcolors.asp
Post # 11
@cherryblossomlove: I love the yellow with the heels!
Post # 12
i think the different colors will be too much, too busy and people won’t be able to distinguish guests from guest of honor
Post # 13
I had three bridesmaids, in three different colored, totally different dresses and it really worked out. No one had trouble telling who the bridesmaids were…I mean, they were the girls with the bouquets walking down the aisle, obvi. 😉
They all had different accessories, too. Honestly, none of us are 18-22 and I think it’s a bit silly after a certain age to have the matchy-matchy look in a wedding. I wanted my girls to buy a dress they liked and I trusted their taste in clothes that are good for their own body types.
I really loved how they were in the same color family as my decor, but they didn’t actually match the tableclothes, they just coordinated with the overall theme.
Post # 14
two of friends did it and i plan on it too
Post # 15
I like the multicolor look! I would totally be doing this but I only have 2 girls.
Post # 16
@laurelewrigley: Gorgeous! I think if ther colors were on the same family I would do it. I cant do any lighter of yellow, it might turn out ivory in pics. My dress is a true,creamy ivory. So Sunbeam yellow it is! All my BMs love the color!