With so many bridesmaids dresses out there it can be hard to choose. You need a look that matches the flow of your wedding decor and a dress style that will look good on each of your unique bridesmaids. Well today I have rounded up 15 bridesmaids styles that look great in pictures and are sure to leave all your girls happy. From mixed patterns to varied hues and pastels, I guarantee there is a look below that will leaves both you and your bridesmaids saying “I do!”
1. Ellis Photo Studio // 2. Christian Oth Studio via Belle The Magazine // 3. Ryan Ray via Style Me Pretty // 4. via Southern Weddings // 5. Jemma Keech Photography via Wed Society // 6. Tec Petaja via Elizabeth Anne Designs // 7. Ellis Photo Studio // 8. Benjamin and Elise via Magnolia Rouge // 9. Tessa Barton Photography via Well Traveled Wife // 10. Jessica Lorren Photography // 11. Ryan Ray via Southern Weddings // 12. Ellis Photo Studio // 13. Ellis Photo Studio // 14. Kate Robinson Photography via Style Me Pretty // 15. Ellis Photo Studio
Happy Weekend! It’s shaping up to be a beautiful weekend here in Charleston. It looks like we’ll have some little waves rolling in so I know where I’ll be every day! I just signed my friends and I up for a girls night of “Sip + Design” at Frampton’s Flowers. You bring wine and they provide the flowers for a fun night of floral design! It sounds like a perfect girls night activity and even something for bachelorette parties to enjoy!
Jessica Janae Photography via Barefoot Blonde
What! Where in the world can I get my hands on a pair of these pineapple shades??
Gorgeous pink wedding gown inspiration.
I’m in love with this sweet 4th of July engagement!
Grapefruit wedding inspiration. What a perfect summer shade!
50 classic first dance songs.
A song for your weekend.
Today’s engagement is one of those rare moments when life throws you a wonderful surprise. This beautiful couple from Knoxville, TN just so happened to be in Arizona at the same time their wedding photographers JoPhoto were out West as well. The pair jumped on the opportunity and met up at the scenic Canyon Lake to capture their engagement photos. Their session was photographed entirely on film giving it a soft, romantic look.
Happy Monday morning lovelies! I thought I would start the week with a recap of the 2nd Charleston NotWedding, which took place last Wednesday at Boone Hall Plantation! I spent the weekend scouring Instagram for the best images from attendees and below are a few of my favorites. The NotWedding vendors based the decor on an inspiration board full fresh and outdoor details. And I must say they certainly brought the historic wooden Cotton Dock to life with natural elements of oyster shells, rock salt and antler place card holders.
Happy Weekend! I’ve recently become obsessed with yoga. After a two year hiatus I suddenly find myself doing it everyday thanks to My Yoga Online. It’s just so easy to wake up and roll a mat out in my living room. Luckily they offer a great program where they offer new members two weeks for free! Click Here to get your free trial and see why I’m so obsessed! (I’d be happy to email along some of my favorite videos as well!) The 2nd Charleston NotWedding took place this past Wednesday and I will be looking through instagram for my favorite attendees images for a special blog post on Monday! Enjoy the weekend!
I am head over heels in love with this gorgeous purple bridesmaids luncheon!
Affordable welcome bag ideas!
I love this fresh, coral wedding in Portugal!
A perfect backyard baby shower.
Have you tried out the online courses at Brit + Co.? I’m thinking of signing up for flower arranging!
Love all of these sparkly shoes for wedding day!
A song for your weekend.
This is not a sponsored post for any of the products above. I simply enjoy them and want to share!
Today’s wedding from Captured By Kate Photography is the ideal relaxed backyard affair that summer weddings are made of. The ceremony and reception has held at a private residence in the small community of Horse Point in Deltaville, Virginia. Situated overlooking the Piankatank River the venue offered tranquil views of the water creating a relaxed setting for guests. In a nod to tradition the bride wore her grandmothers dress and a vintage bride and groom topped their wedding cake.
Photographer: Captured By Kate Photography // Wedding Planner and Florist: Zillies // Venue: Horse Point, Deltaville, VA // Caterer + Cake: Carried Away Cuisine // Makeup + Hair: Ashley Fetterman // Wedding Gown: Cameron’s Grandmother’s Dress // Groomsmen Ties: Peter Blair // Band: Three Sheets to the Wind
Pineapples have long been a symbol of hospitality. One look around Charleston and you will see them gracing door knockers, on lamp posts and there’s even a large pineapple fountain! In the past pineapples were a fruit only indulged in by the very wealthy. When placed in the dining area for guests they indicated the amount of respect the host felt for them. With a rich history like that it’s no wonder pineapples have become a popular decorative element in weddings! Placed on tabletops and woven into stationery suites, pineapples are always a friendly and charming addition to wedding decor!Ryan Ray Photography via Oak & The OwlCarla Ten Eyck Photography via Jubilee Events // Connie Dai PhotographyCoral Pheasant via Oh So Beautiful PaperMary Costa Photography via Sugar & ClothRyan Ray Photography via Oak & The OwlJoielala via Burnett’s BoardsSteve Steinhardt Photography via Jet Fete // Ali Harper Photography via Snippet & InkLyndah Wells Photography via The 700 ExperienceJustin & Mary via Snippet & Ink // Jana Morgan via Snippet & InkCarla Ten Eyck Photography via Jubilee Events Stephanie Yonce Photography via Southern Weddings