Although prints have been steadily sneaking into the bridesmaid color palette, brides have been slow to catch on. After all, doing a garden party print for seven bridesmaids like Project Runway designer Jesse LeNoir is probably too daring for most of us!
Lori Barbely Photography
But for those of you who are willing to dip your toes in the print pool, mixing and matching prints with solids is a great way to add a unique look to your wedding and use more than bouquets to pump in some extra color. For example, Landa Designs has chiffon dresses in an Azalea print, and you can pick up on the black or the pink for solid pairings.
Landa Designs MB424, MB427, MB428
We've mentioned Alfred Sung's Damask prints before, and Dessy's Silk Shantung dresses come in La Vie En Rose, which is featured on our current homepage. One of our brides paired that print with solid Amethyst color dresses for her upcoming October wedding, which we think is a very subtle and classy combination. It also shows that prints don't have to be found in only the typical outdoor or country club environment.
Look for more prints in all different fabrics to be added in the coming weeks. Just click on our new "Prints" category in "Shop by Color" on our left navigation column to stay in the loop on what's available!