Post # 1
Hello fellow bees.
I just bought my wedding gown yesterday and I’m looking for opinions on color for my bridesmaid dress and flower girl. We are getting married at a vineyard in North Carolina in June 2012. My gown is blush in color. Flowers and main colors were already chosen before I bought the gown so now I’m wondering if I need to make a change. We were basically planning on all the colors of wine and grapes with burgandy or sangria, light green, pale gold as an accent. Since my dress is blush, what color should my bridesmaid dress and flower girl dress be? Its a family wedding so my step daughter will be my maid of honor and my daughter will be my flower girl. Would burgandy be too dark with blush? How about he pale gold?
Any opinions would be appreciated!
Post # 3
I thinkburgundy and light pink looks great in he right shades. Light gold might come together a little washEd out but if you’re Going for a vintage vibe could be lovely.
Post # 4
What about Alfred Angelo Berry?
Post # 5
I don’t think that any of the colors you listed would look particularly bad with a blush gown. I think that if you chose burguny for the Bridesmaid or Best Man then it would set a more pink-y tone for your wedding though. You could go with a bit brighter color than burgundy like the sangria you listed. My BMs are wearing Rum Raisin (or Raisin Rum? Lol) from Alfred Angelo and I think it might be a very complementing color as well.
I think a very pale gold for a flower girl dress would also be lovely! You could also get an ivory one with pale gold accents if pale gold looks strange on her skin tone (gold looks terrible on me in large amounts, but that’s just me in all my paleness.)
Post # 6
I like those! Here are a few inspiration boards I found, maybe they’ll help you visualize some different but similar themes.
Post # 7
I like the dark color sangria color (for bridesmaids) against the blush. I think it will make your dress pop. I think the flower girl would be fine in gold with a sangria sash.
Post # 8
Thank you all so much for your input!