Post # 1
I really want to do mismatched BM’s and I love so many of the modcloth designs.
I’ve been trolling modcloth for theme ideas since I think the tone of the wedding is really set by their dresses. We’re doing a shabby chic garden wedding. I just love too many things.
Post # 3
The pictures are kinda small but I really like the first and the fifth ones, especialy for a garden wedding.
I love the idea of the polka dot ones too, but maybe for a different venue.
Post # 4
I voted for #5 because that’s the look I picked for my bridal party! In fact, I think I see the ‘Heirloom Dress’ in the line-up, which is what my Maid of Honor will be wearing. (It’s GORGEOUS in real life, but it runs a bit small in the bust.)
Post # 5
such a great idea! i chose 1 since i’m partial to one-shoulder dresses and the colors would look great in a garden wedding.
Post # 6
I say it really depends on whether you have a colour scheme, also what your flowers look like. Do you have any pictures of your colour scheme or bouquet inspiration?
Shabby garden chic wedding reminded me of this wedding where the bridesmaids all wore dresses of their choosing:
Post # 7
I picked #1 and #5 cause I thought they fit your theme the best but I love all of them 🙂 I am also having my bridemaids get their dresses through modcloth!
Post # 8
I picked 1 and 3. I like 1 because they look flowy and fun but the colors of the floral yellow ones might add to the shabby chic feel a little more! Any of these will be great and they can totally reuse each and every one of these in the future! GREAT CHOICES! 🙂
Post # 9
- Wedding: August 2011 - The Sundeck at The Little Nell
My vote goes for #1! Row 5 is a close 2nd, but I’m personally a believer in the bride being the only one in white.
Post # 10
Holy cow! I am doing a modcloth wedding and letting my girls choose dresses in #1 and #5. I am doing shabby chic as well so I told them they can pick any dress in a pale to blush pink or a nude.
Good taste! 🙂 haha
Post # 11
1 or 5!
let us know what you pick! I would love to see how it turns out 🙂
Post # 12
I would pick #2 because I think the others are all pretty but probably many guests will be wearing those tones and you want your BMs to stand out a little
Post # 13
I absolutely love Modcloth and try not to even look at their website because I will spend too much $$ (lol), but I want to make sure to warn you that their dresses tend to run REALLY SHORT, so make sure you measure the lengths and make sure they’re long enough to be comfortable and appropriate for your girls.
I voted for #1, but I also really like #6. The dresses in #5 are gorgeous but a little too close to the color of your dress if you’re going with white or ivory.
Post # 14
I’m with the majority of PP’s. I chose 1 and 5. They both immediately stuck out to me. I think 3 is entirely too busy (just my opinion) 4 & 7 would be great for al ittle more formal. Either way, they’re all gorgeous — even for everyday-ness:) 🙂
Post # 15
Word of caution about modcloth – be careful about setting your heart on something that might sell out! Especially when it comes to buying different dresses for a theme. I love me some modcloth, but it’s heartbreaking when I don’t buy something right away only to miss out on it.
For the record, I voted for #1. 5 and 6 are awesome, too.