Vellos Bridal was started in 2002 by designer Maria Apostolou with a vision to create individual wedding dresses, designed to suit the brides figure type, personality and wedding theme. Maria works on a one on one basis with every one of her brides, designing and hand making the gowns herself Read more [...]
Your bridesmaids will compliment your amazing wedding dress in a line-up of pastel gorgeousness. Your guests will left speechless when they see your bridesmaids glide down the aisle in their carefully crafted creations. Bridesmaids dresses can be in light or bold bright colours – it comes down to the bride’s personal choice and style, budget and wedding theme. Here are some ways to pick the perfect bridesmaid dress – consider the season, consider patterns and prints or flout tradition altogether and go for an all-white/cream bridal party.
One Shoulder Dresses
Very flattering with the asymmetrical details and if made in a soft neutral colour, it won’t overpower the Bride. If you are looking for a dramatic pop of colour or to make your bridesmaids bouquets stand out – go for black or a dark colour.
Bold Vibrant Hues
Deep plum or hot pink are says to bump up the drama of the bridal party. Opt for simple cream or white flowers to contrast.
This concept uses the same colour, just different hues. Each Bridesmaid will have an individual look but the overall colour palette and hues tie them together.
Short & Sassy
Your bridal gown will more than likely be long, so why not opt for an above the knee dress for your bridesmaids? Here again you can play on the hues but the style of dress will give some continuity to the bridal party look.
A pastel palette is always a winner for bridesmaids dresses. Complimenting the bridal gown, the bridesmaids will blend beautifully into the picture.
All White Everything
It’s an age old question – can the bridesmaids wear white? Definitely! Clean, crisp and cool – white always looks chic. It’s so versatile and works for any wedding theme.
Tea-length bridesmaid dresses are making a comeback in a big way. The elegant hemline just falls below the knees or brushes the lower calf. It’s a semi-formal look that gives off all the right retro vibes.
If you’re looking for an alternative to the strapless number for your bridesmaids, why not try the capped sleeve style? This style not only flatters the shoulders but gives just enough coverage.
These bridesmaid dresses can be long and straight in very soft fabrics. The tiered skirt will add just the right amount of drama to your big day and bridal party.
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Boss Babe Bling specialises in the perfect jewellery for your wedding day. We specialise in helping you choose those perfect pieces. Personal styling sessions available for the entire bridal party. High end bridal fashion jewellery for the entire bridal party. We can attend Hens Party and bridal shower events and Read more [...]
Beautiful bridal gowns, quality workmanship & innovative design. Australia’s most enduring bridal house. Established in 1932, this 3rd generation Australian brand continues Jean’s commitment to “making brides beautiful”. The Jean Fox signature is synonymous with quality & sophistication. Luxurious fabrics, exquisite lace and the unmistakable sparkle of Swarovski are Read more [...]
White Runway was created to offer brides and bridesmaids stylish dresses that will be loved, cherished, worn again and that your best friends will thank you for. After all, what goes around comes around and it’s good to know that you’ll be safe when it comes to their big day. Read more [...]