Monday, November 09, 2009

* Fashionista Monday *

Welcome back! I hope you had a wonderful weekend with family and friends. Fashionista Monday is back again.

What are you planning for your bridesmaid dresses? Probably not to dress them up like they are twins, triplets, quadruplets or more, do you?

The trend of getting your bridesmaids the dresses that they are going to wear again after the wedding is prominent, especially during the economy downturn. Some of you might have the "little black dress" come right off your mind. No doubt that black dress is practical and common; almost every girl has one in their closet. Even though modern brides will be fine with the "black" dress, but I think it is better to keep the party going with festive and colorful palette to complement one of your happiest days in life.

What we have found for your fashionista bridesmaids?

Pantone Wedding exclusively from Dessy Group
The Dessy Group is well-known for their stylish and yet affordable bridesmaid and flower girl dresses. In respond to the wake-up call from budget-stylista bridesmaid, the Dessy Group has teamed up with Pantone (known for their color trend reports) to introduce the Pantone Wedding exclusively for Dessy Group.

With this partnership under Pantone Wedding, you can now create your own inspiration board (to show off your favorite color, styles, matching accessories, and other inspired photography). Also, you may order pantone swatches from them to share it with your wedding party and vendors. Together you create a flawless, colorful wedding while keeping your bridesmaid happy with vast bridesmaid selections available for them!

I have created an inspiration board to share with you all today.

Kindly reminder for the brides:

If you have a vision in mind and yet want to give your bridesmaids the flexibility to be able to choose the dress that fits them perfectly, you must communicate with them VERY clearly. You have to inform them in advance what kind of wedding style you have set in mind and what kind of wedding party attire you expect them to wear. The very last thing you want to see is the combination of a summer dress bridesmaid with another Victorian-style bridesmaid on your wedding day. Even though their attire fits your theme color, it just won't look great on the pictures. Plan wisely and communicate well with your bridesmaids, my dear. They will understand your point. Don't worry.

Happy Shopping, my lovely brides and bridesmaids!

1. The Dessy Group
2. The Bride's Guide by Darcy Miller

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