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Bridesmaid Dress Choosing Guide

A wedding is the largest single event that will happen in a woman’s life, something that she will look back on for years to come and everything should be right, this also includes how the bridesmaid dresses are, they should compliment the bride not take over the wedding. You want your wedding perfect and for this you need the perfect bridesmaid dresses, in the perfect style to compliment your dress. However they need to have a style that will blend in with your dress, but defiantly not take over the wedding.


Solicit your bridesmaids’ opinions. Even though you will have to make the final decision (particularly if there are a lot of bridesmaids), it is a good idea to get at least a general idea from the bridesmaids. Are there colors they absolutely won’t wear? It is better to have this information upfront than to suggest a deal-breaking color later on.



Find stores/lines/designers with dresses you like in the colors you are considering. You cannot simply tell your bridesmaids to buy a “blue” dress, as there are an infinite number of shades of blue. Similarly, two dress colors might have the exact same name (emerald blue, for example) but look different if they are made from a different material or by a different designer.



Consider the time of year and type of venue. The colors that make sense for a casual outdoor wedding in May will look ridiculous for a New Year’s Eve, black-tie event. You should also consider the room in which you will be taking pictures, as well as your likely color scheme for the reception.

Bridal Shoes : top tips for choosing the right pair

Comfort is the key. Can you walk in your shoes? Will they be comfortable after 12 hours? Our soles at Aruna Seth contain a special cushioned padding to keep feet happy all day long. Modern Rhinestones Open Toe Metal PU Pumps Shoes With a Handbag (EP21008) Choose shoes you love. Comfort and style can go together! Unlike your dress, if you pick the right shoes they can be worn again for future occasions. Don’t leave them until last! Brides often focus purely on the wedding dress and leave the shoes until the last minute. Aim to choose your shoes around the same time as your dress - you’ll need to bring them to fittings to determine the length of your gown. Pick the right heel height. Go with a more glamorous version of what you would normally wear. If you’re not used to walking in huge heels, don’t buy them! Theme your shoes! Tonnes of brides call us to request our beautiful Farfalla butterfly shoes and brooches to fit their theme. Work with your dress. Use material swatches to compare colours. A pristine white wedding dress will work best with a pale pearl colour and an off-white gown goes best with pearl or ivory-coloured shoes. Treat your feet! Remember to schedule a lovely pedicure before your big day. Slip your feet into your gorgeous wedding shoes with soft skin, neat cuticles and glossy painted nails. Give yourself a healthy shoe budget. Flashy shoes for your hen do, heels for the big-day, ballerina flats for partying at the reception, sandals for the exotic honeymoon - now is the one time in your life when you can really splash out, Carrie Bradshaw style! Choose shoes compatible with your surroundings. Wedges and flats are best for receptions in the country to save yourself from muddy heels. Flat sandals are best for beach weddings and certain older venues. Follow a new bridal shoe tradition. We’re in love with the new ritual of bridesmaids buying brides their wedding shoes! Drop this new tradition into conversation with your bridesmaids - or maybe just pass them this page!

Mermaid One Shoulder Chapel Train Netting Modern Wedding Dress

Mermaid One Shoulder Chapel Train Netting Modern Wedding Dress

Mermaid Fitted Trumpet Strapless Chapel Train Taffeta Wedding Dress

Mermaid Fitted Trumpet Strapless Chapel Train Taffeta Wedding Dress

Mermaid Strapless Sleeveless Sweep/Brush Train Satin Classic Wedding Dress

Mermaid Strapless Sleeveless Sweep/Brush Train Satin Classic Wedding Dress

Kate Middleton’s wedding dress, tiara and jewelry

Kate Middleton’s wedding dress was the talk of the Royal Wedding days before the actual event.

As it had been speculated, Middleton wore a beautiful white gown by designer Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen.  Burton is the creative director for Alexander McQueen.

Middleton, now ennobled Duchess of Cambridge, walked down the Westminster Abbey aisle in a V-neck Alexander McQueen gown. Middleton accessorized the gown with touches of glamour.

She wore a 1936 Cartier halo tiara lent to her by Queen Elizabeth. The tiara was purchased by King George VI for the Queen Mother and was presented to the Queen on her 18th birthday.

Middleton, who wore her hair half up and half down, also wore leaf-shaped diamond earrings by Robinson Pelham. The earrings were made to match her tiara and featured a diamond set drop and pave set diamond suspended in the center. The earrings were a gift from her parents, Carole and Michael Middleton.

Red Empire Ruched One Shoulder Sweetheart Chiffon Plue Size Formal Evening Dress 

Red Empire Ruched One Shoulder Sweetheart Chiffon Plue Size Formal Evening Dress 

Royal Blue Pencil V-Neck Knee length Flowers Chiffon Short Bridesmaid Dress

Royal Blue Pencil V-Neck Knee length Flowers Chiffon Short Bridesmaid Dress

Gorgeous Crystal Rinestones Silver Plating Bridal Tiara

Gorgeous Crystal Rinestones Silver Plating Bridal Tiara

 Elegant White Crystal Silver Plating Wedding Bridal Necklace & Earring Set

 Elegant White Crystal Silver Plating Wedding Bridal Necklace & Earring Set