Who knew that saying yes to your dress, might just be the easiest dress decision of your wedding planning.
Wardrobe choices for your wedding party can quickly become overwhelming. You have multiple body styles, skin tones, and preferences to consider. Fortunately enough though, the wedding scene has changed when it comes to bridal party attire, and the newest concept will make this component of your wedding planning that much easier.
Let’s talk about mix-and-match style bridesmaids’ dresses.
One of my favorite recurring concepts from MG Wedding Coordination’s 2020 wedding season was differentiated bridesmaid attire, and let me tell you, I saw a plethora of takes on this concept. Whether it was the same hue with different styles, different hues with the same style, or different styles and different hues — I loved the variation that it brought to the wedding galleries, and the confidence it obviously evoked for each bridesmaid who was comfortable in what they were wearing.
So here’s why I’m advocating for the mix-and-match bridesmaid dresses concept to keep going in 2021:
Venue: Hidden Homestead Venue | Coordination: Morgan Raegossett and Aubrey Jean of MG Wedding Coordination | Photography: Kate Phelps Photography | Videography: MCB Photography & Film | Florist: The KY Flower Girl | DJ: Ron Prieskorn | Caterer: Taters BBQ, Derrick Williams | Sweet Treats: JDS Mobile Kitchen | Hair: @dickie_houchens | Makeup: Makeup By Maggie Bellamy | Men’s Attire: Giorgio Menswear