It’s the third week I’ve used your top pins to pin down the top wedding trends. The past two posts have highlighted a variety of trends, but this week I noticed one reoccurring theme running through our abundance of boards: unique necklines. What I love about this trend is the potential it creates to mix and match bridesmaid dresses. While some brides are going as far as mixing colors, I love the subtle statement of mixing necklines. From one-shoulder, to crisscross, to the classic sweetheart style, you can make every one of your ‘maids happy. We’ll go over the looks you picked, and then a few of my favorite wedding tips for brides. Ready? Let’s check out your top pins of the week.
Mix and match bridesmaid dresses with unique necklines.
Brides everywhere are choosing unique over unified. Some brides are letting their ‘maids wear a variety of silhouettes in the same color, and others are going as far letting their ladies pick out their own look. If the idea of mixing and matching bridesmaid gowns intimidates you, an easy way to take on this trend is by mixing necklines. The top pins of the week
showed a variety of options. Sweetheart is always a chic choice, but I also love halter tops and the very fun crisscross style. Every girl knows which neckline works best for their bust. I personally hate strapless dresses due to the lack of support, but so many brides go with this style! Wouldn’t you love the chance to choose your own neckline, but still create a cohesive look?
Which designers are following this week’s wedding trends?
If you’re going to mix and match necklines, I’d look through the collections from Kennedy Blue
and Alfred Sung
. Both designers have a wide variety of styles featuring various necklines that your ‘maids would love to look through. They also have an array of colors to choose from, making them even more ideal for your wedding plans.
What are the top wedding tips for brides?
Every once in a while, the Wedding Shoppe gives our brides some tips to keep in mind. Sometimes they’re about wedding planning, sometimes they’re about love and marriage. Two of our favorites (and yours) are above. No matter who you bring wedding shopping, they’ll always have opinions, but they may not share them in the best way. Try to remind yourself that this is your
dream dress. It’s not your mom’s, your mother-in-law’s, or even your fiancé’s. You know what you want to wear, so stick to your personal style. The second wedding tip of the week is my absolute favorite. Planning a wedding can be the best time of your life, but also the most stressful. Always remember what this is all about: you, your fiancé, and the promise you’re making. Set up a date with your partner soon where you don’t talk about the wedding. Instead, discuss your future and the adventure you’re about to embark on together.