The death of wedding tradition is a fabulous thing for a bride with a creative mindset. It means that there is nothing that can’t be personalized to match the bride and groom’s exact tastes. But why does that have to end with just the bride and groom? In allowing your bridesmaid’s to pick their own attire for the event you can ensure they get their own voice on one small aspect of your special day. Not to mention, no bridesmaid grudges will be held against you for their choice in attire.
If this is a look you intend to use for your special day, bear in mind there is one rule to pulling off this look: The One Element Rule. Whether it’s your fabric, color, length, or strap, at least one element should carry through the same on all dresses to ensure a successfully style evening.
We all want that Carrie Bradshaw moment with the big beautiful bridal couture gown that is so strikingly different from anyone else’s. One in which Vogue finds us so fabulous that they need to give us our own feature bridal photoshoot. In order to give you your own Carrie Bradshaw moment and help set you apart from the rest, we’ve put together a short collection of various dresses and bridal attire that we find inspiring. The only thing we would love more than admiring these dresses is admiring one of these dresses on one of our own brides!
Eva Gown - J.Crew
Nadia Gown - J.Crew
Octavia Gown - Vera Wang
Gardenia Dress - BHLDN
Prato Romper - BHLDN
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