The right shoe changes everything! The same dress can go from chic to rustic, modern to whimsical, and everything in between depending on your choice of accessories. Whether you’re a bride who loves to keep it classic, is always ahead of the trend, or prefers to be a little daring, your bridesmaids’ accessories should match your wedding style. We chose color combinations for three of our most popular dresses to ensure your bridal party looks perfect from head to toe.
We can’t stop staring at the new Mrs. Johnson’s dreamy bridal party! How gorgeous are those ethereal inspired dresses?? We love that she mixed textures, fabrics, colors and styles! Wondering how to get the look? We’ve got you covered with mix + match dresses from Weddington Way. Congrats Jessica Simpson!
Dresses from left to right: Bari Jay 702 in Nude, Dessy 2874 in Celadon, After Six 6639 in Cloudy, Watters 4521 in Midori, Jim Hjelm 5351 in Jasper, Watters 3218 in Ivory & Cobalt, and Dessy 2881 in Suede Rose
The Weddington Way team fell in love with Alex and David’s gorgeous summer wedding! The couple’s lilac, navy, and gold color scheme came together perfectly and we adored the bride’s subtle touches of leopard. A leopard bow, gold charm, and sentimental photograph adorned the bride’s bouquet and added personal significance to the blooms. Alex stunned in a lace gown with vintage flair that fit with the glamorous wedding style and was offset by the bridesmaids’ navy mix and match Alfred Sung dresses (styles D522 and D516 in Midnight). We couldn’t help but swoon over the picture of the bride wearing David’s wedding shirt embroidered with “I Do” and their wedding date. We also loved the adorable details like their glittery Mr. and Mrs. chair hangers, embossed napkins, and lilac garlands that personalized the Seattle venue. Every aspect of the wedding was personalized to the couple and added up to a truly amazing day.
We couldn’t stop looking through Izzy and Joseph’s romantic wedding photos! The couple, who have known each other since high school, tied the knot on a stunning February day in Texas. The palette of soft pink, white, and gray brought a dreamy fairytale feeling to the wedding that we adored. The couple kept the wedding décor simple and classic which highlighted the beauty of their outdoor venue. The bride chose a soft lace dress with cascading waterfall ruffles which was complemented by her bridesmaids in pale pink Joanna August dresses (Newbury Long, Lacy Long, and Dani Long in Tiny Dancer). Her embellished nude shoes added a touch of glamor to complete her wedding day look.
Alex and Kimmy’s breezy summer wedding had us wishing for a beach day! The couple, who tied the knot overlooking the California shoreline, looked spectacular while saying their vows. Kimmy outshone the gorgeous beach setting in her gauzy white gown that mimicked the frothy sea foam below. Her dress was perfectly accented by a pair of shimmering gold heels and a classic white bouquet. The bridal party, who wore Alfred Sung dresses in cream dupioni silk (styles D446 and D443) looked striking against the sun-dappled palm trees. Alex and Kimmy chose shades of cream, champagne, and gold to accent the natural beauty of the beach venue and enhance the ethereal feel of the day. The couple truly brought the tropical destination look to their LA venue and made the space feel like their own private island!
What better way to accessorize your bridesmaids’ looks than with personalized bridesmaids bouquets? These DIY bouquets tie the bridal party together and are a perfect place to incorporate your personal style into the wedding.
Vintage: Personalize each bouquet by wrapping stems with vintage fabric, antique velvet, or lace from a vintage store or bazaar. Mix and match a few heirloom or vintage brooches to add a unique touch to each bouquet. Combining different flowers in a mix of complementary colors adds whimsy to the bouquet.
We love a good updated classic, so when we saw Jaclyn and Shane’s modern wedding it blew us away! The pair chose a gorgeous outdoor venue in Scottsdale and said their vows amidst the early summer foliage. Simple touches like white rose petals lining the aisle and black ribbon on the chairs gave the ceremony a fresh feel. Jaclyn looked runway-ready in her lace dress with a structured net bow that modernized the look and completely stole the show. Her bridesmaids took the LBD to the next level with a variety of black mix and match dresses from Alfred Sung (styles D538, D530, and D439 in black). Jaclyn and Shane chose a chic, geometric venue for their reception and we fell for the delicate details they picked to personalize the space. In a word: stunning.
Why we love the showroom
You just got engaged. Congrats! Now it’s time to start planning the wedding, but how do you get all your friends together to shop for bridesmaids dresses? We’ve got you covered. The Weddington Way showroom lets you connect with your friends from school, family back home, and anyone in between to pick dresses that everyone loves. Its super easy to get feedback from the people who matter most–your entire bridal party can like their favorite dresses and give potential picks a thumbs-up or veto in the comments section. The showroom lets your bridesmaids shop, discuss, order, and track shipments all in one place even if you’re spread across the globe.
In honor of Jessica Simpson’s walk down the aisle last weekend, we’re flashing back to all the times she was a beautiful bridesmaid (and we’re helping you steal her style)!
Get the look with WTOO 418 in Bubblegum
As you may know, each month Weddington Way holds a giveaway contest for the best proposal story submitted by our followers. The winner receives a free Little White Dress from Weddington Way and our fabulous designer Watters (up to $400 in value). This month, we couldn’t help but pick our winner, Laura’s story. The shock, the surprise, the roses, and the sign made this our favorite proposal for June. Congratulations Laura! We can’t wait to see you in your Encore Dress!
The story in her words:
My fiancé David and I have been together since 2010, and my proposal happened this past Valentine’s Day, around 7:30 in the morning!!! I am a high school teacher, and I had a meeting that morning, so had not even arrived in my classroom yet. Little did I know that David had contacted my colleague ‘bestie’ and he got the key to my classroom that morning, and planned the ultimate surprise for me! My colleague and I were walking to my classroom after the staff meeting, chatting about our Valentine’s Day plans with our significant others that evening, and my sneaky friend had somehow managed to pull his camera out as I unlocked and walked into my classroom, so he caught the whole thing ‘in action’. The surprise?! My handsome boyfriend dressed to the nines in a suit, with a bouquet of red roses, and a hand made sign on my classroom wall reading, “Miss Hall, Will You Marry Me, PLEASE?!” I was in complete shock, and couldn’t believe it when he got down on his knee and presented me with the most beautiful ring–one that he picked out all on his own!!! After a moment of realizing this was actually happening, I of course said, “Yes!”
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