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  • A-line Homecoming Dresses are traditionally made from lightweight, free flowing materials like silk in order to create a light and airy appearance. They may have several layers of lightweight fabric built into their design but the skirt portion of the gown should move freely, swaying with the breeze and the wearer stride. This free flowing character is an essential component of the classic design.

    While some hemlines on modern may fall at the ankles, the most traditional skirt of the classic empire dress reaches to the floor, covering the shoes while standing and making them only barely visible when seated. These A-line Homecoming Dresses are appropriate for any formal occasion, including everything from Homecomings and formal dances to wedding parties and other formal social events.

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  • After a full week of scoping out the stunning collections at Bridal Fashion Week, a few trends emerged as favorites among the wedding dress set. After sorting through the lot and sussing out our favorites, the 10 that follow are the looks we predict to see on real brides come Fall 2015. Good news: there's something available for everyone, no matter your bridal style. 

    RELATED: The 25 Best Dresses of Bridal Market

    1. BREEZY BOHO

    Gowns by: Carol Hannah and Amy Kuschel; Photos by Dan Lecca 

    From flowy sleeves to floaty skirts, these gowns are low mantinence and perfect for dancing. This gown from Alyne also contributed to the rise in boho. 

    2. CLEAN AND SIMPLE

    Gowns by Jean-Ralph Thurin and Anna Maier; Photos courtesy of the designer and Dan Lecca

    These well-constructed silk gowns will emphasize your curves in all the right places—and look just as striking without any embellishment. 

    3. CROP TOPS

    Gowns by Naeem Khan and David''s Bridal; Photos by Dan Lecca

    This street style favorite is going bridal, and we have to admit we love the flirty glimpse of midriff. Houghton and Theia also featured crop top bridal looks.

    4. GOLD ACCENTS

    Gowns by Badgley Mischka and Della Giovanna; Photos by Dan Lecca

    Gone are the days of silver being the only acceptable accent for brides! The glam gold made an appearance on many runways this season, and it feels luxe and modern. Sarah Jassir and Amsale also featured this metallic accent.

    5. DEEP V

    Gowns by Dennis Basso and Inbal Dror; Photos by Dan Lecca 

    Necklines took a seriously sexy turn this season by dipping lower than ever before. Delphine Manivet and Ines Di Santo's designs also took the plunge. 

    6. FRINGE

    Gowns by Hayley Paige and Johanna Johnson; Photos by Dan Lecca 

    This unusual detail really packs personality into an otherwise classic wedding gown, and we bet it'll really wow the crowd when they see the way it moves on the dance floor. This Kelly Faetanini number also makes use the detail. 

    7. THE FROZEN EFFECT

    Gowns by Alfred Angelo and Theia; Photos by Dan Lecca 

    Between icicle-like shimmer and bundled up snow queens, the Disney movie Frozen definitely served as inspiration for many designers. The brides on Houghton's runway also featured a cozy look.

    8. SEPARATES

    Looks by Houghton and Naeem Khan; Photos by Dan Lecca 

    Brides are no longer limited to a dress for their bridal look. Tuck a blouse into a skirt, or opt for a well-tailored pants suit, a perfect ensemble for a same-sex wedding! Rivini also showcased a sheer pantsuit on her runway. 

    9. SHOWING SKIN

    Gowns by Pnina Tornai and Rania Hatoum; Photos by Dan Lecca

    The designers this season are daring you to bare by offering sheer skirts, thigh-high slits, and cut-outs galore. Badgley offered illusion detailing, Ines di Santo featured high slits, and Rivini showcased cutouts. 

    10. Tiered Ball Gowns

    Gowns by Anne Barge and Maggie Sottero; Photos by Dan Lecca 

    For the bride who wants to live out fantasy, this look is playful and romantic! Isabelle Armstrong and Katerina Bocci also made gowns fit for a princess. 

    NEXT: VIEW ALL OF THE FALL 2015 COLLECTIONS >>

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  • Hi everyone, i am new here and and just as the title say's Post your replica's here. I am quite sure there are a few brides out there who took the risk of buying an online replica dress, kindly post them here as an inspiratio to other brides who could not afford an original dress. 

    Thank You!!

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  • In case your groom wants to make a special mark on his attire, have him consider these unique boutonniere ideas from featured real weddings: 

    1. CAMERA LENS - One of my favorite weddings of all time is the infamous Jodi and Kurt's of Jodi Miller Photography, shot by This Modern Romance, so it was only suitable for the boutonnieres to be camera lenses and film negatives. 

    Photo: This Modern Romance 

    2. POLICE OFFICER BADGE - Have him wear his career of choice proud! Guests will certainly have to be on their best behavior. 

    Photo: Flora + Fauna

    3. FEATHERS - Add pops of color against a dark-colored suit with peacock, feathers! 

    Photo: This Modern Romance 

    4. NEWSPAPER - Turn scraps of old newspaper and wine corks into double-duty pieces of artwork. One being the obvious; two being escort cards. 

    Photo: Abi Q Photography

    5. WOOD CHIPS - Carve mini chips of wood for a rustic, relaxed vibe. Doesn't it resemble a monkey below?

    Photo: Jodi Miller Photography

    6. BROOCH - Because he needs his "something old" too! 

    Photo: Joselyn Peterson

    7. PINWHEELS - An easy do-it-yourself project that will blow with the wind. 

    Photo: Katelyn James 

    8. VINTAGE KEYS - Make it known that he has the key to your heart! 

    Photo: Christa Elyce Photography

    For more inspiration, view more boutonniere photos here. 

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  • Never will we not love it when a wedding steps a bit outside tradition to showcase the participants' unique personalities. Here's 11 unique looks from bridal parties that did exactly that. PS—You should also check out Unique Bridesmaid Dresses We Love, Part One. 

    1. Tropical Florals 

    Photo by Oli Sansom 

    Only two things unify this vibrantly mismatched set of bridesmaid dresses: pretty blooms and even prettier smiles. 

    2. Stripes! 

    Photo by Nine Photography

    The perfect option for a causal nautical-themed wedding. 

    3. Velvet 

    Photo Maria Mack Photography

    Unexpected texture in a classic silhoette might just be our favorite way to score fashion points with a bridal party. This rich velvet look is perfect for a glam cold weather wedding. 

    4. Saris! 

    Photo by Nine Photography

    Love this colorful nod to the bride's culture! 

    5. Color-Blocking

    Photo by Katelyn James

    Solid sections of sweet colors are a slighty more quirky alternative to the stripes listed above. 

    6. Pale Pink + Jet Black 

    Photo by This Modern Romance

    This already-glam look amps up the Va-Va-Voom factor with short hemlines. 

    7. Skirts! 

    Photo by AK Studio Design

    The pencil skirt and blouse combo satisfies the dress code for conservative weddings, casual weddings, and modern backyard weddings—doesn't get much more versatile than that! 

    8. Citrine

    Photo by Maria Mack Photography

    We've seen yellow bridesmaid dresses before, but never something quite this bright. When paired with Poppy red, it's the perfect non-conformist retro bridesmaid look. 

    9. Blue Steel 

    Photo by Erin Hearts Court

    This icy-cool color combo would be an edgy and refreshing choice for a downtown summer wedding. 

    10. Choose Your Own Adventure 

    Photo by Meg Perotti

    From the looks of this photograph, we're guessing that each bridesmaid was instructed to wear the dress they felt they looked the sassiest in. 

    11. Cocktail Time 

    Photo by Stephanie N. Baker Photography & Graphic Design

    We're seriously digging the graphic party attire these girls donned for their friend's big day. Talk about dresses they'll actually wear again! 

    SEE MORE BRIDAL PARTY LOOKS

     

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  • From ruffles and bows to suspenders and plaids, here are some looks all southern couples are sure to love.

    1. Neutral Dresses and Cowgirl Boots

    Photo by Earthmuse Photography

    The variation of neutral above-the-knee dresses with lace detailing make for a quintessential southern bridal party, especially when paired with cowgirl boots. 

    2. Pinstripe Suspenders

    Photo by Maxwell Monty Photography

    The classy southern gent will feel right at home in these pinstripe suspenders. Ditch the coat and just pair with dress pants for a more casual groomsmen look. 

    3. Pale Purple Dresses

    Photo by Feather and Twine Photography

    From the bateau neckline and off-center bow, these knee-length bridesmaids dresses are perfect for a southern-style wedding. 

    4. Chinos

    Photo by Jodi Miller Photography

    We love these chinos paired with a pale green tie, creating both a fashionable and comfortable southern look for the groomsmen. 

    5. Spring Floral Dresses

    Photo by Oz Visuals 

    These voluminous flared pale floral dresses are the perfect way to embrace your inner southern belle. 

    6. Plaid Bow Ties and Suspenders

    Photo by Steven and Lily Photography

    Add a pop of southern style to your wedding with small details like these orange plaid bow ties and skinny gray suspenders. 

    7. Pastel Pink Dresses

    Photo by Suzanne Rothmeyer Photography

    These dresses are fun, flirty and feminine, reminiscent qualities of a charming southern belle. 

    8. Trendy and Tan Suits

    Photo by Joielala Photography

    Calling all charming southern gentleman! Opt for preppy tan suits paired with a matching pink tie and pocket square. 

    9. Cowgirls and Cowboys

    Photo by Troy Grover Photography

    Don't hide that southern pride! Ladies, go all out with cowgirl hats and boots. Gents, don rustic dress pants and classic suspenders. 

    10. Pastels and Stripes

    Photo by Melissa Oholendt Photography

    Bold stripes on the bridesmaids dresses and groomsmen ties create an adorable matching look fit for a southern spring wedding. 

     

     

     

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  • Hey, it's your big day! Why not glam up in style?

    1. Monogrammed Button Downs

    Photo by Andi Mans Photography

    The perfect personalized apparel for pampering. You don't have to worry about smudging make-up when you change! 

    2. Rhinestone Tank

    Photo by Meg Perotti Photography

    Primp in this skin-tight tank and remind everyone you're the star of the day with some rhinestone embellishment. 

    3. Colorful Floral Robes

    Photo by Christa Elyce Photography

    Channel spring's pallete by opting for robes with bright florals and loud colors.

    4.  Monogrammed Terry Cloth Robes

    Photo by Jodi Miller Photography

    Monogram your initials (or his!) into these cozy terry cloth robes for you and your best girls and enjoy a relaxing day of pampering. 

    5. Stylish & Slimming Robes

    Photo by Taylor Lord Photography

    Ditch your tired shower robe and opt for one with a shorter hemline and fun floral detailing.

    6.  Southern-inspired Plaids

    Photo by Katelyn James Photography

    Plaid button downs aren't just for crisp fall days and country concerts, get your gals to break out their old favorite to wear while you all get ready. 

    7.  Short & Silky Robes

    Photo by N. Barrett Photography

    These pastel pink and off-white robes will be a primping necessity long after your big day has come and gone. 

    8. Boyfriend Shirts

    Photo by Spindle Photography

    An over-sized dress shirt might just be the most comfortable thing since sweatpants, get matching monogrammed ones for your whole bridal party. 

    9. Playfully Pink Robes

    Photo by Millie Holloman Photography

    Get all gussied up in this girly get-up. There's no doubt that all your gals will look pretty in pink.  

    10.  Personalized Spa Robe

    Photo by Spindle Photography

    Inscribe your future last name onto the back of a comfy robe you can wear for years to come. 

    11. Full-coverage Wraps

    Photo by Caroline + Ben Photography

    Bundle up in these full-length robes, perfect for a fall or winter wedding. 

     

     

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  • Don't worry—they're still super cute! 

    1. Mod Stripes

    Photo by Kate Osborne Photography

    Chic stripes that really can be worn again—how awesome is this look for a modern winter wedding? 

    2. High-Low Citrine

    Photo by Joie La La

    These flowy yellow dresses were definitely a fashion risk . . . that completely paid off!  Love the way they look blowing in the breeze. 

    3. Chambray Polka Dots

    Photo by onelove photography

    Casual chambray shirt dresses for a casual rustic wedding—this is laid-back wedding style at it's most fun. 

    4. Vintage Delicacies 

    Photo by Our Labor of Love

    Long sheer dresses that almost look light nightgowns—we're envisioning these in a very Kate Moss-ian English Garden Wedding. 

    5. Ralph Lauren Rustic

    Photo by onelove photography

    Suede fringe skirts, distressed leather boots, big belts, white shirts—this is heritage Americana at its most authentic, people. 

    6. Pin-Up Glam

    Photo by onelove photography

    Betty Paige style get-ups, complete with seamed stockings and demure gloves. 

    7. Preppy Ribbons

    Photo by Ruth Eileen

    A spunky, sweet look for a cheerful southern wedding. 

    8. Studded Sleeves (and Collars!) 

    Photo by Jemma Keech

    Punky detailing + demure peter pan collar = a glam meets punk meets classic bridesmaid look we won't soon forget. 

    9. Graphic Black and White 

    Photo courtesy of Jen Rios Design

    Stripes, prints, patterns, and solids—when considered in the same color palette, this seemingly random sampling suddenly seems perfectly styled. 

    10. An Actual Random Sampling

    Photo by Ruth Eileen

    We've seen mix and match bridesmaid dresses in the same color family before, but this group is genuinely all over the map. Why does it work so well? Because all of the hues are of similar vibrancy (and those gorgeous smiles don't hurt). 

    11. White-Out

    Photo by Matt Edge Photography

    Neutral bridesmaids dresses are gaining steam this year, but a bridal party in all white is still a break with tradition. We love that this group went even further by opting for sleek, architectural silhouettes. 

    12. Floral Maxis

    Photo by Ryan Ray

    Bold patten in a floor-length silhouette. Bravo, ladies—this is such a fun look for a more formal beach wedding. 

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  • From Paula Patton's oversized shoulder ruffles to Lupita Nyong'o's fashion-forward cape, the 71st Annual Golden Globes red carpet was filled with many a major style moment—plenty of which will work for your walk down the aisle. We've broken down the trends from the night and found seven gown styles that will help you steal some of that Hollywood glamour. Happy dress shopping! 

    Related: Emmy Awards Bridesmaid Dress Look-alikes

    HIGH NECK HALTER TOPS 

    Well, the 71st annual Golden Globes confirmed it: halter tops are back! This powerful style statement was all over the red carpet, and we love how it shows off strong, sculpted arms and shoulder muscles. It's a great option for fit, modern brides who aren't working with ample cleavage. Gowns (left to right): Theia and Mark Zunino. 

    Spotted on: Naomi Watts, Mila Kunis, Uma Thurman, Elsa Pataky, Edie Falco, Robin Wright, Hayden Panettiere, Monica Potter

    ALLOVER SEQUINS

    Calling all glamour girls! If there was ever a way to sparkle on your wedding day, a gown completely encrusted in sequins is it. Why else would major starlets use this trick when they need to stand out on the red carpet? Gowns: Theia and Karen Willis Holmes. 

    Spotted on: Camilla Alves, Olivia Wilde  (PS -- here's 14 more sequin wedding dresses we love) 

    BIG BALL GOWNS

    Let's face it: this look will never go out of style for weddings. Nor do we want it to! Swooping skirts and fitted bodices signify feminity, which is why celebs and brides alike always turn back to them. Gowns: Monique Lhuillier and Elizabeth Stuart. 

    Spotted on: Taylor Swift, Sofia Vergara, Kaley Cuoco 

    HIGH-LOW HEMS

    What we were once convinced would be a short-lived trend (remember mullet skirts?) is slowly and steadily gaining more steam at major fashion events—and its seeping into bridal, too. We love this whimsical look because it's playful—and it shows off a great pair of shoes. Gowns: Reem Acra and Temperley London. 

    Spotted on: Drew Barrymore, Sandra Bullock, Michelle Dockery, Zooey Deschanel, Aubrey Plaza, Caitlin Fitzgerald

    SUBSTANTIAL SLEEVES

    This modern fashion statement is one of our absolute faves—never has such a simple silhouette so immediately connoted sartorial confidence. Bring the style into your wedding day for a look that's equal parts easy-going and in-command. Gowns: Dennis Basso and Hayley Paige. 

    Seen on: Hellen Mirren, Olivia Wilde, Camilla Alves, Paula Patton, Kristen Chenoweth, Mayim Bialik, Lizzy Caplan, Alexi Ashe, Cat Sadler

    BEADING! 

    Strategically placed lines of sparkle are a glam way to highlight curves and sparkle in photographs—which is precisely why starlets opt for this look on the red carpet. Use their strategy for yourself by trying a beaded wedding gown! Gowns: Mark Zunino and Maggie Sottero. 

    Spotted on: Kate Beckinsale, Rita Wilson, Hellen Mirren, Elizabeth Moss, Angela Bassett, Rashida Jones, Laura Dern, Melissa Fumero, Madison Walls

    MUTED METALLIC

    Don't want to wear white? No problem! Shine like the Golden Globe statue itself in a slightly shimmery shade of champagne. Take it from the stars we spotted on the red carpet: this shade will make you look (and feel) like a million glamorous bucks. Gowns: Romona Keveza and Austin Scarlett. 

    Spotted on: Robin Wright, Naomi Watts, Laura Dern, Anna Gunn

    OFF-THE-SHOULDER

    One of the most romantic wedding looks out there, and it made a major return on the Golden Globes red carpet. We love this style for a rustic country or garden wedding. Gowns: Lela Rose and Legends by Romona Keveza. 

    Spotted on: Emma Roberts, Zoe Saldana, Megan Mullally, Melissa Rauch, Rebecca Ferguson 

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  • The end of the year is always a fun time to reflect on the wedding details that wowed us over the past 12 months. From unforgettable moments to the best in bridal style, there's plenty of things to Ooh and Aah over. Today, we're focusing on the bridesmaids—scroll down for the ten styles we loved most this year. 

    Related: Top 20 Wedding Ideas of 2013

    Photo by Jessica Lorren Organic Photography

    Gold sequins! So fun, and they felt so fresh for 2013 when paired with matte nude heels. 

    Photo by Calynn Berry 

    This all-black bridesmaid group was super popular on Facebook—and we bet it has something to do with those hot pink shoes and bouquets! 

    Photo by Carmen Salazar Photography 

    Simple silhouette + substantial fabric + bouquets in the same hue = one seriously striking bridesmaid look. 

    Photo by Tin Sparrow Studio 

    This mix 'n' match group of dusty lavender and taupe dresses was the perfect fit for Tessa and Dan's modern meets rustic New York Wedding. 

    Photo by Whitney Photo and Video 

    A rich, rustic color palette for a fall wedding, and we love the subtle bits of lace woven throughout. 

    Photo by Woodland Fields Photography 

    Champagne is always a sophisticated dress color choice, and we love how this group made sure to select gowns with bits of sparkle. Also—the floor-length silhouette is perfect for a more formal wedding. 

    Photo by Alixan Loosle 

    Skirts and sweaters! This bridesmaid choice may be a bit unconventional, but it's also completely adorable. And the pieces can be worn as separates later on! 

    Photo by Lindsey Gomes Photography 

    We are suckers for sparkle here at Project Wedding, and the tops of these bandeau dresses fit right in. We love the way they add a bit of glitz to Jenna and Troy's otherwise rustic California wedding. 

    Photo by Wren Photography 

    Who says the bride is the only person that can wear white to a wedding? We love the clean look of this group of 'maids, and the bride still stands out because she's the only one in a long dress. 

    Photo by Emily Steffen 

    BHLDN dresses so springy you'd never guess they were for a winter wedding! 

    Photo by Shaun & Skyla Walton

    Pretty, floor-length pastels in every color. Does it get any more perfect than this for a boho Cali wedding? 

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  • A-line Homecoming Dresses are traditionally made from lightweight, free flowing materials like silk in order to create a light and airy appearance. They may have several layers of lightweight fabric built into their design but the skirt portion of the gown should move freely, swaying with the breeze and the wearer stride. This free flowing character is an essential component of the classic design.

    While some hemlines on modern may fall at the ankles, the most traditional skirt of the classic empire dress reaches to the floor, covering the shoes while standing and making them only barely visible when seated. These A-line Homecoming Dresses are appropriate for any formal occasion, including everything from Homecomings and formal dances to wedding parties and other formal social events.

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  • After a full week of scoping out the stunning collections at Bridal Fashion Week, a few trends emerged as favorites among the wedding dress set. After sorting through the lot and sussing out our favorites, the 10 that follow are the looks we predict to see on real brides come Fall 2015. Good news: there's something available for everyone, no matter your bridal style. 

    RELATED: The 25 Best Dresses of Bridal Market

    1. BREEZY BOHO

    Gowns by: Carol Hannah and Amy Kuschel; Photos by Dan Lecca 

    From flowy sleeves to floaty skirts, these gowns are low mantinence and perfect for dancing. This gown from Alyne also contributed to the rise in boho. 

    2. CLEAN AND SIMPLE

    Gowns by Jean-Ralph Thurin and Anna Maier; Photos courtesy of the designer and Dan Lecca

    These well-constructed silk gowns will emphasize your curves in all the right places—and look just as striking without any embellishment. 

    3. CROP TOPS

    Gowns by Naeem Khan and David''s Bridal; Photos by Dan Lecca

    This street style favorite is going bridal, and we have to admit we love the flirty glimpse of midriff. Houghton and Theia also featured crop top bridal looks.

    4. GOLD ACCENTS

    Gowns by Badgley Mischka and Della Giovanna; Photos by Dan Lecca

    Gone are the days of silver being the only acceptable accent for brides! The glam gold made an appearance on many runways this season, and it feels luxe and modern. Sarah Jassir and Amsale also featured this metallic accent.

    5. DEEP V

    Gowns by Dennis Basso and Inbal Dror; Photos by Dan Lecca 

    Necklines took a seriously sexy turn this season by dipping lower than ever before. Delphine Manivet and Ines Di Santo's designs also took the plunge. 

    6. FRINGE

    Gowns by Hayley Paige and Johanna Johnson; Photos by Dan Lecca 

    This unusual detail really packs personality into an otherwise classic wedding gown, and we bet it'll really wow the crowd when they see the way it moves on the dance floor. This Kelly Faetanini number also makes use the detail. 

    7. THE FROZEN EFFECT

    Gowns by Alfred Angelo and Theia; Photos by Dan Lecca 

    Between icicle-like shimmer and bundled up snow queens, the Disney movie Frozen definitely served as inspiration for many designers. The brides on Houghton's runway also featured a cozy look.

    8. SEPARATES

    Looks by Houghton and Naeem Khan; Photos by Dan Lecca 

    Brides are no longer limited to a dress for their bridal look. Tuck a blouse into a skirt, or opt for a well-tailored pants suit, a perfect ensemble for a same-sex wedding! Rivini also showcased a sheer pantsuit on her runway. 

    9. SHOWING SKIN

    Gowns by Pnina Tornai and Rania Hatoum; Photos by Dan Lecca

    The designers this season are daring you to bare by offering sheer skirts, thigh-high slits, and cut-outs galore. Badgley offered illusion detailing, Ines di Santo featured high slits, and Rivini showcased cutouts. 

    10. Tiered Ball Gowns

    Gowns by Anne Barge and Maggie Sottero; Photos by Dan Lecca 

    For the bride who wants to live out fantasy, this look is playful and romantic! Isabelle Armstrong and Katerina Bocci also made gowns fit for a princess. 

    NEXT: VIEW ALL OF THE FALL 2015 COLLECTIONS >>

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  • Hi everyone, i am new here and and just as the title say's Post your replica's here. I am quite sure there are a few brides out there who took the risk of buying an online replica dress, kindly post them here as an inspiratio to other brides who could not afford an original dress. 

    Thank You!!

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  • In case your groom wants to make a special mark on his attire, have him consider these unique boutonniere ideas from featured real weddings: 

    1. CAMERA LENS - One of my favorite weddings of all time is the infamous Jodi and Kurt's of Jodi Miller Photography, shot by This Modern Romance, so it was only suitable for the boutonnieres to be camera lenses and film negatives. 

    Photo: This Modern Romance 

    2. POLICE OFFICER BADGE - Have him wear his career of choice proud! Guests will certainly have to be on their best behavior. 

    Photo: Flora + Fauna

    3. FEATHERS - Add pops of color against a dark-colored suit with peacock, feathers! 

    Photo: This Modern Romance 

    4. NEWSPAPER - Turn scraps of old newspaper and wine corks into double-duty pieces of artwork. One being the obvious; two being escort cards. 

    Photo: Abi Q Photography

    5. WOOD CHIPS - Carve mini chips of wood for a rustic, relaxed vibe. Doesn't it resemble a monkey below?

    Photo: Jodi Miller Photography

    6. BROOCH - Because he needs his "something old" too! 

    Photo: Joselyn Peterson

    7. PINWHEELS - An easy do-it-yourself project that will blow with the wind. 

    Photo: Katelyn James 

    8. VINTAGE KEYS - Make it known that he has the key to your heart! 

    Photo: Christa Elyce Photography

    For more inspiration, view more boutonniere photos here. 

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  • Never will we not love it when a wedding steps a bit outside tradition to showcase the participants' unique personalities. Here's 11 unique looks from bridal parties that did exactly that. PS—You should also check out Unique Bridesmaid Dresses We Love, Part One. 

    1. Tropical Florals 

    Photo by Oli Sansom 

    Only two things unify this vibrantly mismatched set of bridesmaid dresses: pretty blooms and even prettier smiles. 

    2. Stripes! 

    Photo by Nine Photography

    The perfect option for a causal nautical-themed wedding. 

    3. Velvet 

    Photo Maria Mack Photography

    Unexpected texture in a classic silhoette might just be our favorite way to score fashion points with a bridal party. This rich velvet look is perfect for a glam cold weather wedding. 

    4. Saris! 

    Photo by Nine Photography

    Love this colorful nod to the bride's culture! 

    5. Color-Blocking

    Photo by Katelyn James

    Solid sections of sweet colors are a slighty more quirky alternative to the stripes listed above. 

    6. Pale Pink + Jet Black 

    Photo by This Modern Romance

    This already-glam look amps up the Va-Va-Voom factor with short hemlines. 

    7. Skirts! 

    Photo by AK Studio Design

    The pencil skirt and blouse combo satisfies the dress code for conservative weddings, casual weddings, and modern backyard weddings—doesn't get much more versatile than that! 

    8. Citrine

    Photo by Maria Mack Photography

    We've seen yellow bridesmaid dresses before, but never something quite this bright. When paired with Poppy red, it's the perfect non-conformist retro bridesmaid look. 

    9. Blue Steel 

    Photo by Erin Hearts Court

    This icy-cool color combo would be an edgy and refreshing choice for a downtown summer wedding. 

    10. Choose Your Own Adventure 

    Photo by Meg Perotti

    From the looks of this photograph, we're guessing that each bridesmaid was instructed to wear the dress they felt they looked the sassiest in. 

    11. Cocktail Time 

    Photo by Stephanie N. Baker Photography & Graphic Design

    We're seriously digging the graphic party attire these girls donned for their friend's big day. Talk about dresses they'll actually wear again! 

    SEE MORE BRIDAL PARTY LOOKS

     

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  • From ruffles and bows to suspenders and plaids, here are some looks all southern couples are sure to love.

    1. Neutral Dresses and Cowgirl Boots

    Photo by Earthmuse Photography

    The variation of neutral above-the-knee dresses with lace detailing make for a quintessential southern bridal party, especially when paired with cowgirl boots. 

    2. Pinstripe Suspenders

    Photo by Maxwell Monty Photography

    The classy southern gent will feel right at home in these pinstripe suspenders. Ditch the coat and just pair with dress pants for a more casual groomsmen look. 

    3. Pale Purple Dresses

    Photo by Feather and Twine Photography

    From the bateau neckline and off-center bow, these knee-length bridesmaids dresses are perfect for a southern-style wedding. 

    4. Chinos

    Photo by Jodi Miller Photography

    We love these chinos paired with a pale green tie, creating both a fashionable and comfortable southern look for the groomsmen. 

    5. Spring Floral Dresses

    Photo by Oz Visuals 

    These voluminous flared pale floral dresses are the perfect way to embrace your inner southern belle. 

    6. Plaid Bow Ties and Suspenders

    Photo by Steven and Lily Photography

    Add a pop of southern style to your wedding with small details like these orange plaid bow ties and skinny gray suspenders. 

    7. Pastel Pink Dresses

    Photo by Suzanne Rothmeyer Photography

    These dresses are fun, flirty and feminine, reminiscent qualities of a charming southern belle. 

    8. Trendy and Tan Suits

    Photo by Joielala Photography

    Calling all charming southern gentleman! Opt for preppy tan suits paired with a matching pink tie and pocket square. 

    9. Cowgirls and Cowboys

    Photo by Troy Grover Photography

    Don't hide that southern pride! Ladies, go all out with cowgirl hats and boots. Gents, don rustic dress pants and classic suspenders. 

    10. Pastels and Stripes

    Photo by Melissa Oholendt Photography

    Bold stripes on the bridesmaids dresses and groomsmen ties create an adorable matching look fit for a southern spring wedding. 

     

     

     

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  • Hey, it's your big day! Why not glam up in style?

    1. Monogrammed Button Downs

    Photo by Andi Mans Photography

    The perfect personalized apparel for pampering. You don't have to worry about smudging make-up when you change! 

    2. Rhinestone Tank

    Photo by Meg Perotti Photography

    Primp in this skin-tight tank and remind everyone you're the star of the day with some rhinestone embellishment. 

    3. Colorful Floral Robes

    Photo by Christa Elyce Photography

    Channel spring's pallete by opting for robes with bright florals and loud colors.

    4.  Monogrammed Terry Cloth Robes

    Photo by Jodi Miller Photography

    Monogram your initials (or his!) into these cozy terry cloth robes for you and your best girls and enjoy a relaxing day of pampering. 

    5. Stylish & Slimming Robes

    Photo by Taylor Lord Photography

    Ditch your tired shower robe and opt for one with a shorter hemline and fun floral detailing.

    6.  Southern-inspired Plaids

    Photo by Katelyn James Photography

    Plaid button downs aren't just for crisp fall days and country concerts, get your gals to break out their old favorite to wear while you all get ready. 

    7.  Short & Silky Robes

    Photo by N. Barrett Photography

    These pastel pink and off-white robes will be a primping necessity long after your big day has come and gone. 

    8. Boyfriend Shirts

    Photo by Spindle Photography

    An over-sized dress shirt might just be the most comfortable thing since sweatpants, get matching monogrammed ones for your whole bridal party. 

    9. Playfully Pink Robes

    Photo by Millie Holloman Photography

    Get all gussied up in this girly get-up. There's no doubt that all your gals will look pretty in pink.  

    10.  Personalized Spa Robe

    Photo by Spindle Photography

    Inscribe your future last name onto the back of a comfy robe you can wear for years to come. 

    11. Full-coverage Wraps

    Photo by Caroline + Ben Photography

    Bundle up in these full-length robes, perfect for a fall or winter wedding. 

     

     

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  • Don't worry—they're still super cute! 

    1. Mod Stripes

    Photo by Kate Osborne Photography

    Chic stripes that really can be worn again—how awesome is this look for a modern winter wedding? 

    2. High-Low Citrine

    Photo by Joie La La

    These flowy yellow dresses were definitely a fashion risk . . . that completely paid off!  Love the way they look blowing in the breeze. 

    3. Chambray Polka Dots

    Photo by onelove photography

    Casual chambray shirt dresses for a casual rustic wedding—this is laid-back wedding style at it's most fun. 

    4. Vintage Delicacies 

    Photo by Our Labor of Love

    Long sheer dresses that almost look light nightgowns—we're envisioning these in a very Kate Moss-ian English Garden Wedding. 

    5. Ralph Lauren Rustic

    Photo by onelove photography

    Suede fringe skirts, distressed leather boots, big belts, white shirts—this is heritage Americana at its most authentic, people. 

    6. Pin-Up Glam

    Photo by onelove photography

    Betty Paige style get-ups, complete with seamed stockings and demure gloves. 

    7. Preppy Ribbons

    Photo by Ruth Eileen

    A spunky, sweet look for a cheerful southern wedding. 

    8. Studded Sleeves (and Collars!) 

    Photo by Jemma Keech

    Punky detailing + demure peter pan collar = a glam meets punk meets classic bridesmaid look we won't soon forget. 

    9. Graphic Black and White 

    Photo courtesy of Jen Rios Design

    Stripes, prints, patterns, and solids—when considered in the same color palette, this seemingly random sampling suddenly seems perfectly styled. 

    10. An Actual Random Sampling

    Photo by Ruth Eileen

    We've seen mix and match bridesmaid dresses in the same color family before, but this group is genuinely all over the map. Why does it work so well? Because all of the hues are of similar vibrancy (and those gorgeous smiles don't hurt). 

    11. White-Out

    Photo by Matt Edge Photography

    Neutral bridesmaids dresses are gaining steam this year, but a bridal party in all white is still a break with tradition. We love that this group went even further by opting for sleek, architectural silhouettes. 

    12. Floral Maxis

    Photo by Ryan Ray

    Bold patten in a floor-length silhouette. Bravo, ladies—this is such a fun look for a more formal beach wedding. 

    BROWSE ALL BRIDESMAID DRESS PHOTOS

     

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  • From Paula Patton's oversized shoulder ruffles to Lupita Nyong'o's fashion-forward cape, the 71st Annual Golden Globes red carpet was filled with many a major style moment—plenty of which will work for your walk down the aisle. We've broken down the trends from the night and found seven gown styles that will help you steal some of that Hollywood glamour. Happy dress shopping! 

    Related: Emmy Awards Bridesmaid Dress Look-alikes

    HIGH NECK HALTER TOPS 

    Well, the 71st annual Golden Globes confirmed it: halter tops are back! This powerful style statement was all over the red carpet, and we love how it shows off strong, sculpted arms and shoulder muscles. It's a great option for fit, modern brides who aren't working with ample cleavage. Gowns (left to right): Theia and Mark Zunino. 

    Spotted on: Naomi Watts, Mila Kunis, Uma Thurman, Elsa Pataky, Edie Falco, Robin Wright, Hayden Panettiere, Monica Potter

    ALLOVER SEQUINS

    Calling all glamour girls! If there was ever a way to sparkle on your wedding day, a gown completely encrusted in sequins is it. Why else would major starlets use this trick when they need to stand out on the red carpet? Gowns: Theia and Karen Willis Holmes. 

    Spotted on: Camilla Alves, Olivia Wilde  (PS -- here's 14 more sequin wedding dresses we love) 

    BIG BALL GOWNS

    Let's face it: this look will never go out of style for weddings. Nor do we want it to! Swooping skirts and fitted bodices signify feminity, which is why celebs and brides alike always turn back to them. Gowns: Monique Lhuillier and Elizabeth Stuart. 

    Spotted on: Taylor Swift, Sofia Vergara, Kaley Cuoco 

    HIGH-LOW HEMS

    What we were once convinced would be a short-lived trend (remember mullet skirts?) is slowly and steadily gaining more steam at major fashion events—and its seeping into bridal, too. We love this whimsical look because it's playful—and it shows off a great pair of shoes. Gowns: Reem Acra and Temperley London. 

    Spotted on: Drew Barrymore, Sandra Bullock, Michelle Dockery, Zooey Deschanel, Aubrey Plaza, Caitlin Fitzgerald

    SUBSTANTIAL SLEEVES

    This modern fashion statement is one of our absolute faves—never has such a simple silhouette so immediately connoted sartorial confidence. Bring the style into your wedding day for a look that's equal parts easy-going and in-command. Gowns: Dennis Basso and Hayley Paige. 

    Seen on: Hellen Mirren, Olivia Wilde, Camilla Alves, Paula Patton, Kristen Chenoweth, Mayim Bialik, Lizzy Caplan, Alexi Ashe, Cat Sadler

    BEADING! 

    Strategically placed lines of sparkle are a glam way to highlight curves and sparkle in photographs—which is precisely why starlets opt for this look on the red carpet. Use their strategy for yourself by trying a beaded wedding gown! Gowns: Mark Zunino and Maggie Sottero. 

    Spotted on: Kate Beckinsale, Rita Wilson, Hellen Mirren, Elizabeth Moss, Angela Bassett, Rashida Jones, Laura Dern, Melissa Fumero, Madison Walls

    MUTED METALLIC

    Don't want to wear white? No problem! Shine like the Golden Globe statue itself in a slightly shimmery shade of champagne. Take it from the stars we spotted on the red carpet: this shade will make you look (and feel) like a million glamorous bucks. Gowns: Romona Keveza and Austin Scarlett. 

    Spotted on: Robin Wright, Naomi Watts, Laura Dern, Anna Gunn

    OFF-THE-SHOULDER

    One of the most romantic wedding looks out there, and it made a major return on the Golden Globes red carpet. We love this style for a rustic country or garden wedding. Gowns: Lela Rose and Legends by Romona Keveza. 

    Spotted on: Emma Roberts, Zoe Saldana, Megan Mullally, Melissa Rauch, Rebecca Ferguson 

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  • The end of the year is always a fun time to reflect on the wedding details that wowed us over the past 12 months. From unforgettable moments to the best in bridal style, there's plenty of things to Ooh and Aah over. Today, we're focusing on the bridesmaids—scroll down for the ten styles we loved most this year. 

    Related: Top 20 Wedding Ideas of 2013

    Photo by Jessica Lorren Organic Photography

    Gold sequins! So fun, and they felt so fresh for 2013 when paired with matte nude heels. 

    Photo by Calynn Berry 

    This all-black bridesmaid group was super popular on Facebook—and we bet it has something to do with those hot pink shoes and bouquets! 

    Photo by Carmen Salazar Photography 

    Simple silhouette + substantial fabric + bouquets in the same hue = one seriously striking bridesmaid look. 

    Photo by Tin Sparrow Studio 

    This mix 'n' match group of dusty lavender and taupe dresses was the perfect fit for Tessa and Dan's modern meets rustic New York Wedding. 

    Photo by Whitney Photo and Video 

    A rich, rustic color palette for a fall wedding, and we love the subtle bits of lace woven throughout. 

    Photo by Woodland Fields Photography 

    Champagne is always a sophisticated dress color choice, and we love how this group made sure to select gowns with bits of sparkle. Also—the floor-length silhouette is perfect for a more formal wedding. 

    Photo by Alixan Loosle 

    Skirts and sweaters! This bridesmaid choice may be a bit unconventional, but it's also completely adorable. And the pieces can be worn as separates later on! 

    Photo by Lindsey Gomes Photography 

    We are suckers for sparkle here at Project Wedding, and the tops of these bandeau dresses fit right in. We love the way they add a bit of glitz to Jenna and Troy's otherwise rustic California wedding. 

    Photo by Wren Photography 

    Who says the bride is the only person that can wear white to a wedding? We love the clean look of this group of 'maids, and the bride still stands out because she's the only one in a long dress. 

    Photo by Emily Steffen 

    BHLDN dresses so springy you'd never guess they were for a winter wedding! 

    Photo by Shaun & Skyla Walton

    Pretty, floor-length pastels in every color. Does it get any more perfect than this for a boho Cali wedding? 

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