Post # 1
Please help…okay so thus far things haven’t been that stressful with wedding planning…until bridesmaid dresses happened. My girls are all of different sizes. I am trying to choose a dress that isn’t like every other dress…but that is nearly impossible!! Okay so I need help…this dress everyone likes….but it’s pretty booby…i’m getting married in a church…and two of my girls are not tiny…
Then this dress I like…i wish it weren’t satin ….but i think it would look nicer on all body types…but not everyone likes it…
same two girls….different dress…I’m so confused…I don’t know what to do!
What would you do?
Post # 3
I think the red style is more flatering for sure. They could have a bolero/shawl/lace cap sleeves added if you want more coverage.
What colour are you having?
Post # 4
- Wedding: July 2012 - The Gables Inn, Santa Rosa, CA
Have you considered letting each girl pick her own style dress (within your limits) and having them be a matching color? I know David’s Bridal has a great collection for this, and that way, you can get something that’s flattering on everyone, that they like, and they will all be the same color so you’ll still have the same continuity of your party.
Post # 5
I suggest you pick a color and fabric and the girls pick their own style. Their figures are so different and the same style simply doesn’t work for both of them.
Post # 6
I am almot 90 % certain that i’m going with the strapless dress…we will have to get the girls a shawl or something for church. The dress will be in charcoal. I would like all the girls in the same dress…I just need to stop looking and worring and allowing my sisters to pull me one way…and the others girls to pull me in the other direction.
Why is this part sthus far the most stressful??
Post # 7
watters has some really nice chiffon strapless gowns with a similar silhouette to the red one you posted! Not cheap, but they’re beautiful!
Post # 8
I think the second dress is more flattering.
I agree with PP. You could add a wrap or jacket to make it more modest if you’d like.
Post # 9
I think the second dress is more flattering. Too much boobage in the first dress, and it looks ill fitting.
Post # 10
@Sarie415: the first one is really nice. If it looks good oof both of them, I say do that one.
Post # 11
The first dress is low cut in an unflattering way. The second dress is also pretty low, but it’s more flattering.
Post # 12
The Dessy Group also has so many options and different fabrics!