Dress For Wedding Party

Dress For Wedding Party

Dress For Wedding Party

Bridesmaids & Groomsmen30 Ways to Style Your Wedding PartyBy Hillary HoffowerUpdated on May 16, 2016We've rounded up some of our favorite wedding party looks from real weddings to offer a little inspiration.Share via facebook dialogShare via PinterestShare via Emailfacebook dialogPinterestPhoto by Stoffer PhotographyLong gone are the days when bridesmaids walked the aisle in matching dresses and the groomsmen escorted the guests while wearing the traditional black tux. Today, bridal party attire is often chosen as a reflection of the couple's wedding style as well as of the personalities of the men and women wearing it.Throwing a boho wonderland in the woods? Bridesmaid dresses that mix and match lace and wildflower floral prints will create an ethereal vibe to complete your woodland theme. Hosting a Palm Springs affair? Groomsmen in brightly colored trousers will make a complementary statement. Having a quirky or eccentric wedding? Why choose one color when you can dress your bridesmaids and groomsmen in the colors of the rainbow?The mismatched bridesmaid dress trend that quickly became popular in recent years has evolved into a variety of styles, from designated color palettes (think ombré or jewel tones) to variations of a central theme (a roaring 1920s bash, anyone?). And brides who do prefer a more uniform look still find a way to make a statement with their bridal party fashion by opting for patterned dresses (stripes! florals!) or those that are all texture (sequins!).Even groomsmen are picking up on the stylish trends, going for a dapper look in tweed or dressing in a range of shades with a central hue. If they're really feeling playful, mix-and-match ties or bow ties and fun socks are always a favorite, and a few even play rebel by skipping the suit jackets in favor of flaunting bright suspenders or colorful vests.facebook dialogPinterestMatt WaughThese Show Me Your Mumu bridesmaid dresses draw inspiration from vintage Hawaiian barkcloth prints. Fun and playful, they're ideal for a tropical wedding.facebook dialogPinterestGarrett Richardson for Clove & KinSalmon-hued suspenders add a pop of color to neutral groomsmen outfits.facebook dialogPinterestMelissa Fuller PhotographyBreak from tradition and dress your girls in white lace for a dreamy look.facebook dialogPinterestJacquelynn Brynn PhotographyThese guys know how to rock fifty shades of grey and newsboy caps in monochromatic vintage ensembles.facebook dialogPinterestThe MelideosBlack maxis are sharp and chic.facebook dialogPinterestArden Prucha PhotographyThe bridesmaids aren't the only ones who know how to pull off a mis-matched look. These groomsmen pull off a variety of rustic colors in shades of taupe, brown, and blue.facebook dialogPinterestLove & Light PhotographsStriped bridesmaid dresses add a preppy and modern twist.facebook dialogPinterestJordan BrittleyThese groomsmen couldn't get more fun, with playful socks and matching boutonnieres that add a crazy rainbow splash.facebook dialogPinterestLauren Fair PhotographyFur stoles aren't only luxe and glam, but keep the girls warm during a winter wedding.facebook dialogPinterestPaul Von RieterColored pants, especially mint ones, are a showstopper. Can you spot Lady Gaga's husband-to-be among the groomsmen?facebook dialogPinterestSarah KateSeparates are a great way to colorblock, like these elegant navy and blush duos.facebook dialogPinterestShannon Hollman PhotographyLet the boys go sans jacket to show off their vests. Chambray shirts and khaki pants create a rustic Western vibe.facebook dialogPinterestAnneli Marinovich PhotographyChic pastels are a springtime dream.facebook dialogPinterestKen KienowWhy stick to solids when you can have fun with patterns? Plaid is rad for a fall wedding.facebook dialogPinterestDan O' Day PhotographyEmerald sequins are sure to make a glam statement when sparkling down the aisle.facebook dialogPinterestM Three Studio PhotographyMix and match patterned ties to bring out the groomsmen's individuality in an otherwise cohesive look.facebook dialogPinterestThe NicholsGet the boho look with these mismatched dresses from BHLDN, which embody both glamorous and natural elements.facebook dialogPinterestJessi Field PhotographyWith different colored trousers, these guys take the rainbow look to a whole new level.facebook dialogPinterestSawyer BairdWhether you opt for bold hues or pastel watercolors, floral bridesmaid dresses are always elegant and feminine.facebook dialogPinterestBig Bouquet PhotographyFlorals aren't just for girls — they look just as good on the guys as a button-down, especially when paired with a colored suit.facebook dialogPinterestGary Ashley of The Wedding Artists CollectiveAn ombré look is perfect for brides who don't want their girls to be matchy-matchy, but still want to maintain a sense of cohesiveness.facebook dialogPinterestThe Happy BloomParty on top, business on the bottom. This monochromatic look of black trousers and ivory coats is sharp, classy, and a little bit trendy.facebook dialogPinterestSamuel Lippke StudiosA twist on the ombré trend, these trendy dresses are summer magic.facebook dialogPinterestNatalie Watson PhotographyDiverse patterned linings jazz up beige suit coats, mixing the whimsical with the traditional.facebook dialogPinterestJacquelynn Brynn PhotographyMove over, flower crowns. Headbands are the new accessories. These bridesmaids are taking a page from Blair Waldorf's book.facebook dialogPinterestHazelwood PhotoFrom a perky fedora and charming bow tie to a Duchess Clothier tweed jacket and carmine pants, this mixed tux is pure vintage gold.facebook dialogPinterestAlicia Pyne PhotographyGatsby glam has never looked so good. These Art Deco-inspired dresses are an elegant 20s' dream without looking like costumes.facebook dialogPinterestMathieu Photography Shorts, converse, and vibrant shirts pull off a full-on party, perfect for a Palm Springs affair.facebook dialogPinterestMaria LambJewel tones make for a showstopping bridal party.facebook dialogPinterestOne Summer Day PhotoA mix of playful bowties add flair to contemporary and chic navy and grey suits.#TOPICS: Groom StyleBridesmaidsBridesmaid DressesShare via facebook dialogShare via PinterestShare via Email
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Dress For Wedding Party

Not sure what to wear to your wedding reception? Browse the assortment of stunning reception dresses for the perfect short white or ivory dress or long formal white gown. A strapless short white dress with lace and pearl accents will have all eyes on you as you make a grand entrance to your party. For a more classic and timeless look, try a long elegant designer dress featuring an illusion lace bodice. This assortment of dresses for wedding receptions includes dresses from leading designers such as La Femme, Jovani, Mori Lee, Sherri Hill, and many more. There are long white lace gowns featuring open backs, cut-outs, and illusion sleeves of varying lengths as well as short white dresses with beading and jewel accents. Whether you prefer the luxurious style of a floor-length Sherri Hill dress or need a more casual short white dress for your reception, you’ll find plenty of party dresses to choose from at PromGirl. Once the ceremony is over, cut loose and enjoy yourself with friends and family. Be sure to choose a reception dress that will be cute, comfortable, and yet allow you the freedom of movement needed to dance the night away. A short white baby-doll dress with a twirl-ready tulle skirt and a sweetheart beaded bodice will provide the right amount of sparkle. There are reception dresses for every shape, size, style, and budget in this collection. Try a sleek tailored a-line long evening gown featuring bows, ruffles, or lace for a romantic look. Choose a chic white high-low dress with a flowing chiffon skirt for an ultra feminine look. Want to ensure there’s some cash left for the honeymoon? Browse the cheap reception dresses priced under $100. These inexpensive reception dresses feature the same fashionable trends, cuts, styles, and embellishments as their couture counterparts. Perfect for the bride on a budget, check out the affordable short white reception dresses at PromGirl. Whatever your type of wedding, style or budget, PromGirl is the place for your reception dresses, bridal party dresses, and dresses for wedding guests.
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Dress For Wedding Party

Share via facebook dialogShare via PinterestShare via Emailfacebook dialogPinterestPhoto by Stoffer PhotographyLong gone are the days when bridesmaids walked the aisle in matching dresses and the groomsmen escorted the guests while wearing the traditional black tux. Today, bridal party attire is often chosen as a reflection of the couple's wedding style as well as of the personalities of the men and women wearing it.Throwing a boho wonderland in the woods? Bridesmaid dresses that mix and match lace and wildflower floral prints will create an ethereal vibe to complete your woodland theme. Hosting a Palm Springs affair? Groomsmen in brightly colored trousers will make a complementary statement. Having a quirky or eccentric wedding? Why choose one color when you can dress your bridesmaids and groomsmen in the colors of the rainbow?The mismatched bridesmaid dress trend that quickly became popular in recent years has evolved into a variety of styles, from designated color palettes (think ombré or jewel tones) to variations of a central theme (a roaring 1920s bash, anyone?). And brides who do prefer a more uniform look still find a way to make a statement with their bridal party fashion by opting for patterned dresses (stripes! florals!) or those that are all texture (sequins!).Even groomsmen are picking up on the stylish trends, going for a dapper look in tweed or dressing in a range of shades with a central hue. If they're really feeling playful, mix-and-match ties or bow ties and fun socks are always a favorite, and a few even play rebel by skipping the suit jackets in favor of flaunting bright suspenders or colorful vests.facebook dialogPinterestMatt WaughThese Show Me Your Mumu bridesmaid dresses draw inspiration from vintage Hawaiian barkcloth prints. Fun and playful, they're ideal for a tropical wedding.facebook dialogPinterestGarrett Richardson for Clove & KinSalmon-hued suspenders add a pop of color to neutral groomsmen outfits.facebook dialogPinterestMelissa Fuller PhotographyBreak from tradition and dress your girls in white lace for a dreamy look.facebook dialogPinterestJacquelynn Brynn PhotographyThese guys know how to rock fifty shades of grey and newsboy caps in monochromatic vintage ensembles.facebook dialogPinterestThe MelideosBlack maxis are sharp and chic.facebook dialogPinterestArden Prucha PhotographyThe bridesmaids aren't the only ones who know how to pull off a mis-matched look. These groomsmen pull off a variety of rustic colors in shades of taupe, brown, and blue.facebook dialogPinterestLove & Light PhotographsStriped bridesmaid dresses add a preppy and modern twist.facebook dialogPinterestJordan BrittleyThese groomsmen couldn't get more fun, with playful socks and matching boutonnieres that add a crazy rainbow splash.facebook dialogPinterestLauren Fair PhotographyFur stoles aren't only luxe and glam, but keep the girls warm during a winter wedding.facebook dialogPinterestPaul Von RieterColored pants, especially mint ones, are a showstopper. Can you spot Lady Gaga's husband-to-be among the groomsmen?facebook dialogPinterestSarah KateSeparates are a great way to colorblock, like these elegant navy and blush duos.facebook dialogPinterestShannon Hollman PhotographyLet the boys go sans jacket to show off their vests. Chambray shirts and khaki pants create a rustic Western vibe.facebook dialogPinterestAnneli Marinovich PhotographyChic pastels are a springtime dream.facebook dialogPinterestKen KienowWhy stick to solids when you can have fun with patterns? Plaid is rad for a fall wedding.facebook dialogPinterestDan O' Day PhotographyEmerald sequins are sure to make a glam statement when sparkling down the aisle.facebook dialogPinterestM Three Studio PhotographyMix and match patterned ties to bring out the groomsmen's individuality in an otherwise cohesive look.facebook dialogPinterestThe NicholsGet the boho look with these mismatched dresses from BHLDN, which embody both glamorous and natural elements.facebook dialogPinterestJessi Field PhotographyWith different colored trousers, these guys take the rainbow look to a whole new level.facebook dialogPinterestSawyer BairdWhether you opt for bold hues or pastel watercolors, floral bridesmaid dresses are always elegant and feminine.facebook dialogPinterestBig Bouquet PhotographyFlorals aren't just for girls — they look just as good on the guys as a button-down, especially when paired with a colored suit.facebook dialogPinterestGary Ashley of The Wedding Artists CollectiveAn ombré look is perfect for brides who don't want their girls to be matchy-matchy, but still want to maintain a sense of cohesiveness.facebook dialogPinterestThe Happy BloomParty on top, business on the bottom. This monochromatic look of black trousers and ivory coats is sharp, classy, and a little bit trendy.facebook dialogPinterestSamuel Lippke StudiosA twist on the ombré trend, these trendy dresses are summer magic.facebook dialogPinterestNatalie Watson PhotographyDiverse patterned linings jazz up beige suit coats, mixing the whimsical with the traditional.facebook dialogPinterestJacquelynn Brynn PhotographyMove over, flower crowns. Headbands are the new accessories. These bridesmaids are taking a page from Blair Waldorf's book.facebook dialogPinterestHazelwood PhotoFrom a perky fedora and charming bow tie to a Duchess Clothier tweed jacket and carmine pants, this mixed tux is pure vintage gold.facebook dialogPinterestAlicia Pyne PhotographyGatsby glam has never looked so good. These Art Deco-inspired dresses are an elegant 20s' dream without looking like costumes.facebook dialogPinterestMathieu Photography Shorts, converse, and vibrant shirts pull off a full-on party, perfect for a Palm Springs affair.facebook dialogPinterestMaria LambJewel tones make for a showstopping bridal party.facebook dialogPinterestOne Summer Day PhotoA mix of playful bowties add flair to contemporary and chic navy and grey suits.#TOPICS: Groom StyleBridesmaidsBridesmaid Dresses

Dress For Wedding Party

Dress For Wedding Party
Dress For Wedding Party
Dress For Wedding Party
Dress For Wedding Party

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