Time flies by fast. The last time I attended a wedding was when my mom included me as her plus one for her friend’s wedding. The last time before that was way back ago when I was still a child—a flower girl. I remember that dresses used for such occasion were specially made. Most of the weddings I have attended promote that tradition—a series of look-alike dresses for flower girls, and bridesmaid.
Today, I have seen diversity in the occasion. Many, as I have observed, just give their color themes to their bridesmaid and guests and likewise, the freedom to choose which dress to wear for such event. Hence, as a millennial, I have been thinking what kind of bridesmaid dress I should consider for such occasion.
Bridesmaid Dresses Considerations
I first had the idea of thinking my best bet when my roommate had to go and attend a wedding as a bridesmaid in a province south of our place. She have been thinking and searching for the best one, and it has been taking her so long to come up the best designs to consider. To make it easier for myself and you ladies (for inspiration and ideas), here are my considerations for the designs.
When the word wedding comes into mind, laced dresses come into mind as well. Laces are not much worn on casual occasion, so wearing one an event such as a wedding can be the best excuse. They come in many designs and can be used to embellish different parts of the dress like sleeves, hips, and back.
My list is pretty much girly, but I have the best excuse in the world—wedding. Millennials today like to be on the go. Wearing flowy dresses and less on the skimpy side, can keep us from making the most out of the wedding time. Imagine walking from place to place to take pictures. What more, being able to move freely can keep us from worrying from less trivial things.
Unless stated otherwise, when the wedding has a theme or color scheme, wearing white is especially a good consideration. White symbolizes many things in marriage, but to make it easier in mind, white is minimalistic. Nothing can go wrong with a white dress except from spilled wine or soda. Otherwise, white can complete your look.
What do you think about my top considerations for my search for the bridesmaid dresses? I think it’s pretty prompt and general but let me tell you, there’s a huge collection of dresses in boutiques and online stores that can make things harder unless you have specific designs in mind.
I hope I gave you some inspiration. Share your top looks for bridesmaid dresses if you have been to a wedding before.