One colour we see popping up on maids all the time is pretty pale pink. Whether it be a true dusty pink, bright as fairy floss or a washed out, nearly white, pale pink it's a colour that many girls flock to when they're tying the knot. I fell in love with this pretty Stella McCartney dress on Net-A-Porter and thought what an ideal bridesmaid's dress it would make. The sheer netting at the top adds some edge to an otherwise classic, pretty dress with the pleating detail taking it from pretty to simply perfect. If you're wanting to glam it up a bit try pinning a brooch just underneath the bust pleat. How divine! Visit www.net-a-porter.com to buy online.
Stella McCartney pleated silk-satin dress £1,150
Here's some ideas as to how Style Guide bride's are using pale pink on their maids and flower girls. In all shapes, sizes and shades it will add a touch of romance to your day.
Kate Patterson & Dominic Etheridge's wedding featured in 'Paradise Found' in issue 12. I loved the waist pleats of Kate's bridesmaids dresses. A great detail that flatters almost any body shape. Maids dresses from Forever New, photography by Infinity Photography, bouquets by Trisara.
Tania Ohannessian & Simon Goubran's wedding featured in 'Love in the City' in issue 11. Mono-shoulder dresses are very popular at the moment and with a gorgeous shoulder detail like a bow they will certainly stand out. Maids dresses by Brides of Bromley +61 (0)418 478 847, photography by Tom Psomotragos Photography, bouquets by Indulge Floral Design.
Julia Galvan & Marc Johnstone's wedding featured in 'A Glamorous Event' slso in issue 11. We had so many enquiries from readers asking us where Julia got her simply gorgeous flower girl dresses from. It turns out Julia designed them herself and got them made in Singapore. I love the frilled hem! Flower girl dresses designed by bride and made in singapore, photography by Blumenthal Photography, bouquets by Florid Flowers.
Posted by Emilie Harrison