The Most Stylish Colors for Mothers of the Bride for Spring Weddings
Sure, the wedding dress might seem like the centerpiece of any wedding, but that doesnâ€™t mean the other dresses have to play second-fiddle.
20:18 12 February 2019
As the bride, you definitely want to steal the show, but you don’t want to leave your bridal party looking less-than-beautiful, right?
Your bridal party, your flower girl, and of course, the mothers of the bride and groom should all look beautiful too —for one, you want them to be happy with how they look, but you also probably want to ensure that your lineup is flawless (we don’t blame you, it’s your wedding day, after all).
So, how do you guarantee the mother of the bride (and your other bridal party members) have dresses that are totally to die for? Shop at JJ’s House. Not only will you have access to tons of styles, cuts, and designs, you’re also going to have access to every size imaginable — even custom sizing to guarantee the perfect fit.
Above all, you need to consider color when it comes to mother of the bride dresses.
Color will change dependent on the time of day you’re hosting your wedding, the theme, and most importantly, the season.
If you’re having a spring wedding, check out a few of these trendy mother of the bride dresses in fun, fabulous colors.
Go for Gold
This is one of the hottest trends for mother of the bride dresses. Gold is in and it’s hotter than ever. Try varying shades of gold — from light champagne to deep almost-yellow-hues — for a bright, fun, and elegant spring wedding. We suggest working with the bride to ensure that your gold mother of the bride dresses works with the theme, season, and of course, complements the rest of the bridal party. While the mother isn’t necessarily a part of the bridal party, it’s always nice to check with the bride to make sure you’re not stepping on any kind of specific vision she might have!
Light Pastels for the Win
Light, bright, and whimsical pastels are a wonderful addition to any spring wedding. Think about the season —it’s fresh, bright, and fun, and nothing says fresh, bright, and fun like pastel colors for mother of the bride dresses. Try to ensure the pastels of your choice are fitting for the theme of the wedding — the last thing you want is to throw a wrench in the wedding theme (the bride might never forgive you).
We Love Delicate Patterns
Spring embodies fun and florals, and we think if you can pull off a delicate pattern (especially paisley), give it a go! Again, patterns might not be in everyone’s wheelhouse, so if you’re thinking about taking on this trendy, but a little eccentric, style, make sure the bride clears it all first! Our recommendation? Make sure you go easy on the patterns — think watercolor, paisley, and delicate flowers. It’s best to stay away from loud, screaming patterns unless the bride is absolutely okay with it.