Post # 1
I had wanted to do different colors for my maids dresses. I was going to do 3 in each color so it alternates down the line. However, I have noticed that only the Petite girls can wear the 2nd color. How odd would this look if the tall girls are in one color and the shorter girls are in one color AND going down the line of my girls will be up and down.
UGH I might just be stuck doing the ONE color for all girls. Maybe I could make a sash or flower to put on their dresses to mix in the second color.
Post # 3
Does the second color only come in petites? Or was that just how you were planning on having them line up?
Anyway, I don’t think it will look weird. I love mismatched bridal parties. I’m doing the same myself.
edited to add: I’m a northern Michigan girl myself! Traverse City was the closest mall to my hometown growing up, and I have fond memories of TC. I wish home was in TC because planning a wedding would be much easier. It’s hard when you’re from the middle of nowhere.
Post # 4
It is a JCrew clearance dress and it only seems to be in the Orange color in a few sizes. I hadn’t planned on having them line up in that order. They will be standing on steps.
@buttontoes I actually just moved to TC a few months ago because the fin is from here. We are getting married in New Orleans and often times I wish I was back home in New Orleans to plan this wedding.
Post # 5
I think it will look nice, even if all the shorter girls end up in the same color. Do what you love. It’s one day. The dress cannot be anywhere near as bad as the one I had to wear this summer for my best friend’s wedding.
@nola: TC is amazing. I hope you are liking it. I love the Front Street area and all of the cute little shops and cafes. My mom goes to the film festival in TC every yearand talks about how amazing the theatre is. I bet it’s a huge culture shock moving from NOLA to TC, though. I used to think TC was HUGE until I lived in Dallas for 4 years, and now, we’re in Jacksonville, FL. We talked about moving to TC when I’m done with law school, but we decided on Denver, Colorado instead.