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bridesmaid inspiration board #3

Here we go!  The third and final possibility of what the gals in the wedding party might rock on the big day.  Just to recap, #1 featured neutral dresses with pops of coral and yellow in the accessories, and #2 had the girls in coral dresses with gold touches here and there.  This board shows yellow dresses with neutral accessories.  I think so far, the only thing I’m sure about is that I would love to have the girls in mismatched dresses — the whole matchy-matchy thing just doesn’t feel like me, and each of my girls is so beautifully individual that I can’t help but feature their uniqueness.  (Is that a word?  It is now.)  Tell me which is your favorite!  xoxo

1.  Wedding party photo via Green Wedding Shoes.  2.  Gold bangles via Opaleen.  3.  Nude pumps via Trendplicity.  4.  Bridesmaid photo via Green Wedding Shoes.  5.  Escapade dress from Nanette Lepore.  6.  Tent dress via Alloy Girl.  7. Marc Jacobs leather heart clutch.  8.  Bridesmaid photo via Green Wedding Shoes.  9.  Beachy waves hair via Ashley Anne Beauty Blog.  10.  Shoulder-tie dress from American Eagle.  11.  Pernilla necklace from Anthropologie.  12.  Essie Fed Up nail polish.  13.  Chanel pearly inlaid strass necklace.  14.  Bridesmaid photo via Wine and Roses.

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16 thoughts on “bridesmaid inspiration board #3

  1. Number one for sure. I think that the mismatching is the most aesthetically pleasing, but I would set guidelines on how different all the dresses can be. Like the length, either have them all short or all long. A combination of the two might end up looking a little messy rather than playful and unique.
    I don’t know, just my opinion 🙂

  2. Number one for sure. I think that the mismatching is the most aesthetically pleasing, but I would set guidelines on how different all the dresses can be. Like the length, either have them all short or all long. A combination of the two might end up looking a little messy rather than playful and unique.
    I don’t know, just my opinion 🙂

  3. I like the color…. I actually think I like the coral over the yellow, but I do like both. I think the neutral is too, well, neutral. Your color palate should be as vivacious and full of life as the bride. 🙂

  4. I like the color…. I actually think I like the coral over the yellow, but I do like both. I think the neutral is too, well, neutral. Your color palate should be as vivacious and full of life as the bride. 🙂

  5. I kind of like #2. I am doing one color for all my bridesmaids, but they get to pick a dress that will fit them and that they might wear again.

  6. I kind of like #2. I am doing one color for all my bridesmaids, but they get to pick a dress that will fit them and that they might wear again.

  7. i know i already told you i liked #1 and #3 but my mom says she likes the shoe from #2. =) if that helps at all.

  8. i know i already told you i liked #1 and #3 but my mom says she likes the shoe from #2. =) if that helps at all.

  9. I’d have to say that #2 looks like most fun, and really allows the wedding dress to stand out the most while still letting each of the girls pop. The yellow and neutral are pretty, but don’t create quite the lovely pop and contrast that the coral does.

  10. I’d have to say that #2 looks like most fun, and really allows the wedding dress to stand out the most while still letting each of the girls pop. The yellow and neutral are pretty, but don’t create quite the lovely pop and contrast that the coral does.

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