Rose Gold is a very popular combination of colors during this season. Here are some of the ideas how to organize a very beautiful rose gold wedding.
Let’s be frank: there are a lot of ugly bridesmaids’ dresses out there, and unfortunately a lot of bridesmaids have no choice but to wear them. Indeed, and there is a theory that choosing strange-looking attendants’ goes is a purposeful ploy by the bride – if you dress the bridesmaids in hideous garb, the bride looks that much better. It could be also that some brides actually like fuchsia tea dresses, neon coral bows, or smocked dirndls.
The only thing I can say is, brides, be kind to your bridal attendants. They help make your special day happen, so it would be a good gesture to dress them into something they would be happy to won. If I can’t appeal to your sense of kindness, consider this: bridesmaids can seek revenge for whatever embarrassing you make them wear. One of the most popular forms of retaliation may occur on the hen night, where attendants decorate the bride in various phallic-themed, outrageous accessories, then take her to a pub or other very public place. Another retribution involves posting pictures of the attendants’ outfits – with wicked descriptions – on one of the many websites devoted to ugly bridesmaids’ dresses.
Make sure your bridesmaids feel as elegant and stylish as you do on your wedding day by dressing them in something they feel comfortable in and would be pleased to wear again in the future.
Find outfits that everyone loves
Okay, you promise to dress our pals in something they’ll be happy to wear. But how do you do that? All your attendants are so different – different body types, different coloring, different tadtes. Can you find a dress that they will all love? Well, possibly. But you are more likely to find a dress that one absolutely loves, one likes well enough not to hold it against you, and one likes but not in a breathless kind of way. This is pretty good doing.
When in doubt – or when having to please a large number of bridesmaids – stay moderate. No severe silhouettes, extreme colors, or designs that will widen hips or waists. Nothing that requires a bust of a certain size, and nothing that shows off large areas of skin – because not everyone likes to show off their bodies in this way. Furthermore, try to avoid anything that it too trendy, or that will date too quickly.
The more attendants you have, the less likely you’ll be to find a dress they all like. The best you can do is to find something that doesn’t make too strong a statement – that won’t embarrass the wearer and won’t make her look fat.
Interesting source of ideas
This is one of the funniest sites I have ever visited. Here you’ll find dozens of different bridesmaids’ outfits categorized in various ways, such as “Hip Widening”, “Poofy sleeves,” and “Swimcap Head”.
Bridesmaids’ dresses are getting more and more stylish. It’s not impossible to find a few middle-of-the-road designs that can be worn by your entire bridal team. Go online and do some searching. Investigate not only those sites professing to sell bridesmaids’ dresses, but everyday and luxury fashion sites as well. Look for classic styles in mid-tones – nothing too dark, too light, too cool-shaded, or too warm-hued. This way, everyone looks as good as everyone else in the dress. Of course, if you’ve chosen a color scheme, you’ll want to find dresses that incorporate your wedding colors.