Kelsey Rose Pink Collection 2016 bridesmaid dresses
The Pink Collection 2016 from Kelsey Rose is the modern bridesmaid's best friend. Offering timeless design mixed with modern romance, the range features soft tulle and light chiffons for a dreamy summer look, as well as sparkling sequins and bow ribbons. This collection's colour palette has been carefully curated to help you create a theme with styles that complement each other. The dresses give girls the freedom to feel their best from day into night, with a selection of pretty lace and subtle sparkling tops.
Worst bridesmaid dresses ever
Are you struggling to make a decision on your bridesmaid dresses? We sympathise. It's extremely difficult to pick out dresses that will all be worn at the same time, need to complement your dress and match the venue and groomsmen - all this months in advance of the actual occasion. We know it's tough, but spare a little thought for your nearest and dearest before you dress them up in outfits like these. Please.
Amanda Wyatt bridesmaid dresses 2016
Stocked in over 80 boutiques worldwide, the gorgeous bridesmaid dresses from Amanda Wyatt are a popular choice among brides and their maids. And now there's even more to choose from with some new colours, including coral and oyster grey. Availble in different fabrics such as chiffon, satin, ratteta and lace, the dresses come in over 40 shades and 25 styles.
The best 'will you be my bridesmaid?' invites
The marriage proposal might fall to the groom, but there are certain people that you need to pop the question to: your bridesmaids. If you want to mark the occasion in a more special way than drunkenly asking on a night out, it’s time to plan your official invites. Whether you want to make them laugh with cheeky wording or make them cry with something thoughtful, we’ve got DIY ideas, cards you can buy and plenty of ways to surprise them.
Wedding trend: Grandmas that are flowergirls
Flowergirls are such a sweet part of a wedding with their pretty dresses and baskets of petals – but who says it’s cherubic little girls who get to have all the fun? These couples recruited the other adorable ladies in their life – their grandmas – to sprinkle flowers on the aisle and lead the bride into the wedding ceremony. So far, it seems to be taking off in America, but could this amazing trend hit the UK soon? We'd love to see more senior bridal party members getting involved in the big-day magic.