There are so many things you should consider when choosing bridesmaid dresses for your best friends or your sisters, but as we all know, ther are no one dress which can fit everyone's taste, what you should do is make your best to match them. Here are some suggestions which would help you to find the right dress for your bridesmaids, read on and hope these would help you.
Choose one consistent dress element. There are some rules that say to vary no more than two elements such as fabric, color and neckline, however mismatched dresses can work as long as there’s just one link that ties the whole look together. The dresses can be as different as you’d like as long as they share one thing in common and it’s applied across the board.
Wear dresses in the same color family. Next to the uniform detail, the dresses should be in similar in color. Styling a bridal party in different dresses can be successful if the bride sticks to a particular color theme or color set. A great example is when the bride selects a neutral colored theme, such as pink or champagne. The whole party can look ethereal and really beautiful when it all comes together.
The bride should set the guidelines and the bridesmaids should select the dress. After picking out all the details, it’s time for the bridesmaids to choose their dresses. Or they can choose from a few styles that the bride picked out. We’re big fans of the bridesmaids choosing their dress because, this way, they can choose whichever one they feel the most comfortable and the most beautiful in.
Style the bouquets with the same flowers. The bridesmaids bouquets are a great opportunity to play up your dress choice. Go with blooms that have colors that complement the dress hues and reflect the formality. Roses are a classic stem to pair with floor-length gowns, Queen Anne’s lace is very bohemian while peonies are perfectly preppy.
Don't forget the accessorize. Once the dresses are all picked out, the accessories are another way to help tie them together. Depending on what the dresses have in common, think about gifting the girls the same statement necklace, a pair of earrings or a clutch. You could even look to hairstyles to further pull the look together too, like variations of a similar formal updo or a half up, half down style with braids.