When The Bride Isn’t The Only One In White…

13 Jan

It’s an unspoken rule that if you’re a guest at a wedding, you most certainly do not wear white. But what about if the bride requests it? Although not the most popular option, there are brides who choose to dress their bridal party in white. With the groomsmen all in black and the bridesmaids all in white, this color choice can create a beautiful, clean symmetry within in the wedding party, as pictured in this photo from Photo Net.

The key to making white bridesmaid dresses work is to differentiate them from the wedding gown. If the styles are too similar, it’ll look like one big lineup of brides at the altar. In this picture from WeddingPaperDivas, coral accents on the bridesmaid dresses make them stand apart from the bride’s gown—and we love the uniqueness of each one!

In these pictures from W-Wedding Gowns are more examples of differentiating the white bridesmaid dresses from the wedding gown. The short bridesmaid dresses paired with colorful shoes and necklaces help the bride in her long gown to not get lost in the crowd.

In this case, the bride has chosen an off-white dress for herself. Combined with the beach setting, the white bridesmaid dresses look gorgeous!

If you want to dare to don white, look no further than Bridesmaid Trade! With the current snow storm in Boston, we’ve got white on the mind and the perfect white dress for you. THIS BCBG Max Azria dress would be a beautiful option for a bridesmaid because of its short and casual design which will differentiate itself from most wedding gowns.

 

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