Post # 46
- Wedding: March 2016 - Surfer\'s Beach, Grand Cayman
I’m going to show them a color range and give them a length and let them choose whatever style and color they want as long as it’s within that range.
Post # 47
It has such a pretty flow to it! Just make sure they all try the dresses on. I went and tried them on and liked the one with the sheer neckline the best myself. When my Maid/Matron of Honor went to try it on it gave her this really weird gap and hanging in the bust, the consultant said the fabric had a tendency to do that. So I was glad I didn’t just pick them all to wear the same dress or lese it could’ve looked not great on all of them!
Post # 48
That’s a really smart idea! What I will do is set a date we can all meet at the bridal store and have everyone try on the dress style they feel suits them best. This way there will be no confusion and everyone will be happy with their selection!
Post # 49
I jad mismatched colors and styles and think they looked great. I picked the colors /designer/material/length and they went and picked their dresses on their own.
Post # 50
Here’s how mine turned out, if it helps:
Post # 51
I love it! I’ll actually be doing exactly what you did. I’ve made up my mind that I’ll pick the color, designer, and length, and the girls can choose the style. This way I have some control over the color scheme, but they will be in control of what they wear. It’s a win win to me!
Post # 52
I chose a designer (Alfred Sung) and fabric/colour (dupioni/Mosaic) and each girl picked a cocktail length dress that came in that fabric. They all ended up picking styles with sleeves/straps and fuller skirts.