Post # 1
So ive been wondering the above. What does the immediate family wear to the wedding? Do they wear your colors? For mine we will be taking portraits i dont want them in rainbows. I also want them to standout from others.Help, and if you have pictures please share.
Post # 3
I am asking mine to wear coordinating colors. It doesn’t have to be in our wedding colors but it has to go with it.
Post # 4
The father of the bride usually wears a tux (or similar to whatever the guys are wearing). My siblings were part of the wedding party, and my mom wore a long dress in a neutral color.
Post # 5
- Wedding: May 2013 - Walt Disney World
Well, my sisters and Future Sister-In-Law are BMs, so they will match, my dad is walking me down the aisle, so he will be in a tux, and my mom will probably wear a darker color than my BMs. FI’s mom will probably wear a neutral color and his dad, will probably wear a simple suit.
Post # 6
Men wore tuxes, women, if not in the wedding, wore whatever they wanted.
You could give them all bouts/corsages etc so people know they are immediate family.
Post # 8
They wear whatever they want?? With the exception of SMIL, everyone wore something with black in it or something toned down since our colors were simple – black and white.
Post # 9
I’ll probably let them wear what they want. For the most part, they aren’t in too many pictures. We will of course do the obligatory family pics but mostly I want to focus on wedding party and bride/groom.
Post # 10
They choose their own outfit. If you asked them to wear something and they didn’t want to, I would just let it go.
Post # 11
Well the men generally wear tuxs so that uniforms them a bit. For the women- just proper formal wear for the venue and season. As long as they are wearing something appropriate for the event they will look fine in the pictures.
Post # 12
- Wedding: August 2013 - The Liberty House
I think they should wear what they want, but it would be totally fine to give them a color pallette. I’m taking the easy route and having my siblings in the bridal party