The Spring Wedding: How to Dress like a Princess Bridesmaid
With spring’s anticipated arrival comes a jam-packed calendar of occasions, just waiting for you to enjoy. One special occasion in particular that’s worth dressing the part for is the springtime wedding. When it comes to glamorous events, spring weddings are charming celebrations often enjoyed indoors or outdoors, depending on the location and event theme.
Gourmet cuisine, exquisite décor and champagne on tap are just a few reasons that make a spring wedding such a grandiose occasion to look forward to; but it’s the outfits that have everybody looking (and feeling) like royalty.
From wedding planners, caterers and photographers to guests and of course, the bride and groom, every RSVP guest has their own role to play at a spring wedding. While the bride-to-be is rightfully front and centre on her special day, matrimonial ceremonies also present the perfect opportunity for bridesmaids to showcase their fashion efforts too!
At David Charles, our talented design department is proud to bring your little ladies only the crème de la crème of luxurious designer gowns – artisan outfits made for showing off at every opportune moment.
If you need a dose of spring wedding inspiration to style your bridesmaid into a pretty princess, we’ve got a sartorial statement dress that’s sure to have you giving into temptation ahead of the new season. Currently one of our bestsellers, the David Charles ivory and gold flower bridesmaid gown is a handcrafted breath of fresh air! With its ivory and metallic colour palette, gold floral accents are effortlessly on-trend for SS/17. This exclusive dress also features three-quarter length sleeves and decorative hems – an ideal choice for day or evening wear.
Wedding ceremonies are among one of life’s simple pleasures, a reason for family and friends of every age to come together and celebrate in style. So in the spirit of true love, why not pick out a special princess dress á la David Charles and have your girl looking bridesmaid-ready in time for her next spring wedding.
Written by: Dawn Wood
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