Post # 32
I think that its great to be so accomodating! Who cares if its from laziness or not, lol it’s still an awesome thing! I’ve been in a wedding where we didn’t match except for color and it looked amazing!
I think the purple flowrs/ties will also look great together!
Post # 33
My 6 bridesmaids all wore whatever black dress they wanted. Five bought new dresses and one girl wore one she already had. It worked out great!
Post # 34
I think this is such a cute look! It’s something they can definitely wear again, and they won’t all look like clones! Love it!
Post # 35
I love the mismatching look – this is totally what I plan on doing as well. 🙂
Post # 36
I did that (except with brown dresses) and it worked great. I’d totally say go for it
Post # 37
Totally not tacky – completely considerate of both your and your wedding party’s member’s time, energy, and money. Good for you for doing what felt right!
I am going this route, too. We have about 15 people in our wedding party. So having a uniform would be costly (especially since a lot is younger family so my Fiance and I will be paying for a lot of it!) if even possible for all the different ages and body types and sizes.
Post # 39
I don’t think it’s a cheap/tacky idea at all! It means that your bridal party can save money & dress in something they are comfortable in/shows their individual style.
I really wanted the mismatched look for my bridal party but the girls all fell in love with the same dress and the same shoes!!