As we all well know, trends within the wedding world appear and disappear.

Some décor merchandise is classics that withstand the exam of time, while some are fun and current, representing time stamp of the nuptials for a long time

.

As we all well know, trends within the wedding world appear and disappear. Some décor merchandise is classics that withstand the exam of time, while some are fun and current, representing time stamp of the nuptials for a long time. In the last many years, weddings have experienced drastic changes within the representation of bridesmaid dresses, because the inclusion of the bridal party is optional and can come with probably the most outside “say.” Brides wish to ensure the comfort and confidence of the best ladies, so completely matching gowns for the ‘maids has had a backseat towards the trend of mismatched ensembles.

Trumpet/Mermaid Sleeveless Long/Floor-Length Sparkling/Shimmer Lace Bridesmaid Dress With Sequins

In the past few years, a lot of women have taken the fad one step further, incorporating the thought of the un-matching gowns to their vow exchange. Some want to choose to coordinate – although not match – plus size wedding dresses for his or her gals to showcase in pastel shades or various hues from the main color, while some leave your decision completely as much as their nearest and dearest to determine. The result: an attractive rainbow of frocks that complements each woman’s features and makes all of the friends feel as radiant as you possibly can.

To see this trend for action, scroll with the photos below from real weddings. Be sure to click each picture to achieve further inspiration!

A-Line/Princess Bateau Sleeveless Tea-Length Chiffon Bridesmaid Dress With Sashes Sequins

See ensembles you can put on to a friend's summer wedding, learn how to embrace the white bridesmaid dress trend, and find out about re-wearing your bridesmaid gown.

24 Views