Post # 47
- Wedding: April 2013 - Rhode Island
I think you’ll be good with either. I personally like peach better, especially for a spring wedding. But navy isn’t a bad choice.
I’d just go to a salon and ask for help with finding a navy or peach bridesmaid dress. Then see what they have and pick what you like best once you have actual dresses to compare.
Bella Bridesmaid is really wonderful, especially for your price point. And they have locations everywhere. So if all your girls aren’t in the same city, chances are they can still find a place near them to go and get measured. It’s where we got our bridesmaid dresses from, and I was really impressed with the service, quality, and range of choices.
Post # 48
Peach is more springtime-y.
Post # 49
They’re both lovely. Personally I would lean towards navy blue, but you can’t go wrong!
Post # 50
@almoste: I’m only a fan of navy of you habe a nautical theme. My maids are wearing that dress and it’s made by Allure bridal. It’s about $180. See if you can discount by buying it from your wedding dress salon.
Post # 51
I Love the peach! especially with navy suits for the men 🙂
Post # 52
I see navy as a summer color, not spring. It is a favorite of mine, so I admit I love the color. However, in my own wedding, my girls were in apricot. THAT was beautiful. Continuing, I do not see navy paired with peach. Color palette is wrong.
And yes, the peach is hard for some folks’ skin. Careful with girls who have yellow or olive in their skin.
Post # 53
I think navy would suit more skin tones and it’s such a beautiful color. For example, my pale skin would look just awful in peach. Navy dresses and peach flowers would be beautiful