I thought today would be perfect to continue with the bridesmaid mini series, especially as the bank holiday is prime wedding planning time :-)
Today I am looking at bridesmaids in blue.
From duck egg, royal, pastel and navy hues there is a shade to suit every member of your party. You can add pattern, colourful accessories or mismatched dresses for a really unique look.
It’s time for the next instalment in the bridesmaid series here at WWW. This week we are looking at maids in green; mint, emerald, sage, turquoise and teal hues are on the up. I’ve featured quite a few weddings recently with pretty bridesmaids in these shades and it works gorgeously.
Lets take a look at some of the bridesmaids in green from the Whimsical Wonderland Wedding archives…
This afternoon is all about bridesmaids in yellow.
Yellow is the perfect hue for Spring/Summer weddings and there are so many shades to chose from. Whether you love a deep mustard, pastel lemon or fun sunshine yellow all can work super well with your wedding decor.
Let’s take a look at some beautiful bridesmaids donning yellow from the Whimsical Wonderland Weddings archives…
I have a long standing love affair with the flower crown. In fact if I were to be an imminent bride I am pretty sure this would be my hair accessory of choice on my wedding day. I am still so wanting to try out a DIY hair wreath too, watch this space.
Today however I thought it would be lovely to look at this gorgeous floral trend, the different blooms that can be used, colour ways and styles.
The little ladies in your wedding party would have their wedding outfit complete with a little floral circlet. Pretty, delicate and sweet, they are sure to look totally adorable.
| Esme Ducker, full wedding here |Anna Hardy, full wedding here |Kari Bellamy, full wedding here | Gemma Williams, full wedding here | James Melia, full wedding here | Matthew Long, full wedding here | Richard Skins, full wedding here | Jo Bradbury, full wedding here |Camilla Rosa, full wedding here | Babb Photo, full wedding here |
Pretty Bridal Florals
How about the adults? Whether you want your maids to don floral halos or you yourself want to feel like a bohemian goddess there is a flower headdress for everyone and every season.
From delicate tones and ribbons to large colourful arrangements, why not DIY your own too?
Orange can be a tricky colour to wear for many skin tones and so dipping into different hues and shades can work really well. Peaches, corals, blushes and nudes all look so very pretty and can be a great neutral feel backdrop to more vibrant pops of colour.
Let’s take a look at how the orange spectrum can look in your wedding party…