It’s that time again, a “wedding Wednesday” post and today featuring bridesmaid dresses with David’s Bridal. Just like I did with the dresses for brides, I’m here to share a variety of dresses with the help of my lovely friends and bridesmaids! Bridesmaid dresses are a great opportunity to impress, as long as you don’t upstage the bride, of course. If you are looking to be the showstopper at your upcoming wedding, you might want to take a look at a Multi Way Dress Convertible Bridesmaid Dress that is sure to turn heads!
Weddings have changed so drastically that almost anything goes. From mismatch bridesmaid dresses to brides wearing black, you can expect anything. The first style dresses I bring to you would be perfect for a mismatch bridesmaid dress theme. Without drawing too much attention, it’s nice when bridesmaids have the same dress in slightly different shades. I also don’t mind the same shade of dress with different necklines. Here we have a long mesh dress with V-neck and beaded waistband.
David’s Bridal does a great job with providing a variety of colors, lengths, sizes and prices to fit your wedding needs. The next dress, a short one shoulder corded lace dress is perfect for a Spring wedding. The color and length of the dress are absolutely perfect.
Now let’s not forget about the darker dresses for those Fall and winter months. How about a strapless high-low hemline dress in this pretty grey color? (P.S. it has pockets!) I also love the hue of this deep plum twist bodice chiffon dress with beaded belt. Any color you can think of David’s probably has.
Bridesmaids are an integral part of the wedding. They truly help set the tone and accentuate your wedding colors. Not to mention you get to have your best girls (or guys) stand by your side on your big day! No matter what season you are getting married, traditional or non-traditional, make sure you stop by your local David’s Bridal location for all of your wedding needs.
Thanks for reading!
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*This post is in collaboration with David’s Bridal. All opinions are my own.*