posted 8 years ago in Dress
Post # 3
4824 posts
Honey bee

For the bigger girls you may want something that is less form fitting in the torso area. Something that is a bit more flowy.


Post # 4
7 posts
  • Wedding: September 2010

Hi there! Have you thought about having each of the bridesmaids wearing different dresses, but in the same color? That way your bridesmaids could each pick out a dress that they like, and that looks good on them. My wedding was this past September, and I went a little untraditional with my bridesmaid dresses – I had the girls wearing all different styles of dresses, and there were 3 different colors – 2 wore a chocolate brown, 1 wore a latte brown, and my maid of honors wore plum. David’s Bridal has a wide assortment of different styles available in all different colors – which is nice because then you know they will be the right shade. I love the color scheme of brown and orange for Fall! Ours were similar, plum and brown with orange (and a few other) accent colors. I loved how everything pulled together with the bridesmaid dresses though. And I got so many compliments from guests (and the girls,) saying they loved the idea of having different dresses.

If you want to see more pictures, you can check out my blog. I just started it – posting some pictures after the fact. There are a few up now, and I’ll likely be adding more over the next few weeks. http://www.everydaymakings.blogspot.com/

photo by KMD Creations (http://www.KMDcreations.com)

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