~The Ladies Attire~
- Last updated on January 31, 2010 at 10:49 am
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Let me tell you- I am a girl on a mission when it comes to having the PERFECT color for my Bridesmaids... and am I glad I didn't settle for a color I really didn't want because I found it! Apple Green has been a pain in my a$$ to say the least, but I finally found the right shade and I LOVE it! I have 3 bridesmaids and I am going to let them each pick one of these dresses. These are Alfred Sung by Dessy in Appletini!
Take that, Granny Smith!
All of the ladies wanted the same dress- but I picked a strapless one for each of them and let my MOH have the one they all wanted. I didn't want things to be matchy-matchy. They look adorable together!
Update: The dresses have arrived- they are so pretty!! They are big, that is my only beef. I ordered them online from Victoria's Bridal Couture and went off of my girls measurements and the size chart from Dessy Alfred Sung. I tried on my sister's and FH's sister's, because they are pretty close in size to me and they were huge on me. But they are gorgeous- the perfect shade of Apple Green! :)
With these shoes:
I found these at Target for $18.39- they are darker in person than in the pics, which is what I was hoping for. :)
I love this hair flower for the girls:
Update: The flowers above came a week before the wedding and they were purple... I was freaking out!
A fellow PW bride, nikolaiweddings, made these flowers for my girls and shipped them to me priority, all for free. I love PW women, they are just amazing!!
My sister came over and tried everything on together:
My wonderful mom made Kylie's FG dress!! :) We were going to buy it, but they were all soooo expensive. We found the white taffetta on the 50% off clearance at Joann, the liner and organza for the bow was pretty cheap, the pattern was $2.99. I think it turned out ADORABLE, we just need a petty-coat or something underneath. :)
We decided to take apart the petticoat and sew some to the underside of each tier. I love it!! The final look:
We decided to take apart the petticoat and sew some to the underside of each tier. I love it!!
The final look:
With these flats:
And I found these pink, glittery Chucks for Ky for the reception. How adorable are they!??!?
Here is her little Flowergirl Basket:
Mother of the Bride and Groom:
My mom ordered this in coral... My FMIL ordered this in all gold...