Tag: Bridesmaid Trends

Friday Five – Bridesmaid Flower Crowns

08/05/2015 | 2

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Flowers needn’t just be for the bride! Share your love of stems with your bridesmaids on your destination wedding day by donning delightful flower crowns.

 

This week’s Friday Five brings you five delicate bridesmaid flower crowns – these gorgeous garden-inspired garlands are guaranteed to give an elegant, ethereal flower fairy edge to your big day outfits! From dainty baby’s breath crowns (pictured above) to pretty mis-matched wreaths, keep your flower crowns simple if you’re all wearing one.

 

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Saturday Shopping Edit – Pastel Bridesmaid Dress Trend AW14

13/09/2014 | 1

Getting Married Abroad

Image: Lane Dittoe via Inspired By This

 

It’s London Fashion Week so all eyes are fixed on the S/S15 catwalks, however back on the High Street A/W is the main event and there’s some style stories that are perfect for you and your wedding.

 

One of the biggest trends for the autumn season is one that will surprise you! Pretty candy colours have long been seen as spring-only shades, however nothing would brighten up a bleak, breezy fall morning like a dash of colour and soft pastels and romantic nude hues are a key trend this autumn/winter. Nude, blush, baby blue, soft grey shades, lilac, mint green are combined with neutral shades or teamed with black for a stylish statement.

 

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So if you’re tying the knot this autumn or winter and you’re on the hunt for your bridesmaid dresses there’s an abundance of feminine frocks in girly shades to choose from. If your big day isn’t until next spring or summer then this is still the perfect time to pick up a pale bridesmaid dress as delicate colourways were seen on the catwalks at New York Fashion Week last week, so the pastel bridesmaid dress trend is set to continue – wouldn’t it be fantastic to get your colour theme set and be ahead with your planning!

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