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  • Melinda Wareham

    different bridesmaid dresses in the same colour.

  • Candace

    It's been a while since I've had to sport a bridesmaid dress, but I LOVE this idea. Different dresses in the same color. Perfect to fit different body types. ::hint hint my single might make me wear one of these someday friends::

  • Nicole Pringle

    This was my inspiration for having my bridesmaids wear different dresses and different shades of the same color. I totally fell in love with it when a former school mate uploaded this (she's one of the models) for the Nine Zero One hair salon Photoshoot!

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What a beautiful color! Photography by Christian Oth Studio / Floral Design by Valley Forge Flowers / Bridesmaids gowns by Tadashi Shoji

Loving these bridesmaid gowns designed by the Mother of the Bride! Photography by, Bridesmaid Dresses + Wedding Gown by The Mother of the Bride

This is my concept. Instead of having ugly bright colored chiffon dresses and white flowers, I'm doing cocktail length neutral dress with gorgeous beading and details that they can wear again. I'm also doing succulent bouquets with bright, spring colors as my accent. I think this is much more elegant and romantic but also fun!

The color scheme that never goes out of style for a moment! Black + White, even though I know I won't get a say it in when my bride chooses her bridesmaid dresses, I like this because the black really emphasizes the bride and that's the way it should be.

I love the colour & style of the bridesmaids' dresses.... Totally what I picture for my bridal party!

Mix neutral/patterned bridesmaid dresses. This is a great idea, not all styles, etc. suit everyone. This way your bridesmaids can really wear a dress that flatters them, and they can wear it again. Instead of the old standard/traditional idea of having all the bridesmaids wearing the same dress. I AM SO DOING THIS!

Love the muted bridesmaid's colors with the pop of color using flowers... this pose is adorable too!!

Vera Wang Bridal Collection Spring 2011