Recent Bridesmaids Posts
Photo: Katelyn James
Selecting bridesmaid dresses can be just as tricky as picking our your own wedding gown! With lots of girls, come lots of opinions — and it’s totally normal to feel overwhelmed. From lovely laces and preppy patterns to ombre pastels and dressy darks, our Fashion Editor has rounded up some reliable styles that work best for any body type. See more trends here.
Photo: Evan Chung Photography
‘Tis the season for bachelorette parties! While there’s nothing wrong with going the “hit the town decked head-to-toe in bedazzled paraphernalia” route, it might not be for everyone. Stray away from this cliche with 10 unconventional ideas such as adrenaline junkie competitions, glamping in the woods, pampering at the salon and spa, sailing on the open water, or exploring the city’s local shops and boutiques just to name a few.
Photo: Black & Hue Photography
In case you didn’t already know, Caitlin, one of our very own on WeddingWire’s editorial team, is engaged! Throughout her entire planning process, she’ll be giving you insight on her experiences until September 20, 2014. First, it was wedding dress shopping — and 9 things no one ever told her – second, it was surprising registry finds and next up: bridesmaid dress shopping — and how to deal with unexpected drama.
Photo: Leif Brandt Photography
Despite the never-ending snow and freezing temperatures, spring is just around the corner. (Sixteen days to be exact!) That’s why our Fashion Editor has rounded up her favorite pastel bridesmaid dresses that we hope will inspire you and yours. Let us know in the comments below: are you sticking to one color or various shades?
Photo: Crystal Madsen Photography
Deciding who should be in your wedding party isn’t always the easiest decision. Do not fear — WeddingWire’s editorial team is here with their top tips, including picking your nearest and dearest family and friends, making sure the size is proportional to the number of guests attending, but doesn’t have to be even, mixing it up is okay (meaning the groom’s side can have girls and the bride’s side can have boys), and remembering that you don’t have to have a maid of honor, best man, flower girl or ring bearer.