I have always loved the idea of creating designs to be worn at a wedding and now thanks to Weddington Way I was able to create a bridesmaid look that is patriotic and perfect for a 4th of July wedding! I'm not sure I would ever want to have my wedding on July 4th but it sure seems like an awesome idea! If I were to, I would definitely go ALL out and have so many fireworks (preferably overlooking the ocean) during the reception! The more I think about it the more I realize how much fun you could actually have planning a 4th of July wedding.
With Weddington Way's extremely large selection of bridesmaid dresses that all come in such a variety of colors, it's super easy to find the perfect dresses for your bridesmaids! I was surprised as I was scrolling through the website just how many dresses there are to pick from. Even comparing Weddington Way to stores such as Davids Bridal - Weddington Way definitely takes the cake (see what I did there? ;))
If I were to style a 4th of July wedding or even have my wedding on this fun, traditional holiday here's how I would style it:
I chose to style Weddington Way's Alfred Angelo chiffon bridesmaid dress in navy. With so many great dresses to style it was hard to choose just one, however this one shouldered cocktail length dress seemed perfect for a 4th of July wedding!
Choosing white Louboutin's was an absolute no brainer - white is my favorite color with navy and the classic red bottoms for a patriotic wedding makes them the perfect shoe!
As you've probably noticed before I have a serious obsession with tassels this season!! That's why these Oscar de la Renta tassel earrings in red are perfect for this look! Since the top of the dress already has a lot going on, instead of a necklace, statement earrings will look gorgeous!
For the bridesmaids' bouquet, I chose tie-dyed roses that are red white and blue! They're so gorgeous in person and my high school graduation is what made me realize this! My high school colors were red and blue and these were all over the gym where I graduated!
I had so much fun creating this look for a patriotic wedding! Thanks to Weddington Way for inspiring this post!!
Do you know anyone who had/is having a 4th of July wedding?