Chief bridesmaid or maid of honour
The principal unmarried attendant of a bride.
Matron of honour.
A married woman serving as chief attendant to a bride.
When chosing bridesmaid dresses, its best to have an idea of how you would like your wedding party to look before coming in. Try to have a colour scheme in mind and a few ideas on styles. If you have colour swatches, bring them with you.
The more bridesmaids you have, the harder it is to keep everyone 100% happy. Different tastes and opinions on colour and style could prove to be quite frustrating as each individual bridesmaid wants to look her best for you on the day. Try to gather each bridemaids thoughts in advance. If possible bring all bridesmaids together to try the bridesmaid dresses on. If any of the bridesmaids can not come to choose, make sure you have their correct measurements.
Make sure you leave plenty of time as we do not stock the bridesmaid dresses and will need to order them for you.
We stock a diverse range of bridesmaid dresses to suit all shapes, sizes, colour shemes and themes. Many of our bridesmaid dress collections have a range of styles, short and long, in the same colour and fabric. For a more contemporary look, each bridesmaid could wear a style of their choice and still match.
Younger bridesmaid dresses need to be ordered with plenty of time but not too early as children tend to grow in spurts and we want the dress to still fit.
We also stock shoes and accessories to compliment your bridesmaid dresses. Swatches can be provided to match with ties and Cravats for the groom and his groomsmen.
Check out some of the Wtoo Bridesmaid dresses available from our supplier at Watters.