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Why They Chose Brown For Their Wedding
Reminiscent of the warm, rich hues of dreamy woodlands, brown bridesmaid dresses are just perfect for rustic outdoor weddings. Brown is a flattering choice that is the ideal compliment for palettes with lush greens or deep blues. Pair brown with ivory for a sophisticated affair or add a fun vibe by pairing it with turquoise or pink. Complete the look with gold jewelry and dainty metallic pumps.
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I myself wear a lot of brown all year round. I just think that it's a color that suits everyone and it's more interesting than black. After looking through countless shades of brown shades, I felt that a warmer shade would be better for my bridesmaids. It's great because it's a really flattering color and goes well with gold accessories, which is also my favorite.
My husband and I are outdoorsy people but when it came time for our wedding, we didn't actually have the opportunity to have the lovely outdoor wedding we had in mind. To compensate, we created a lush feel for our urban venue, which included a lot of earthy tones and a lush green arch. To go with the venue, the bridesmaids and I decided to go with brown dresses.
I really love how green and brown look together. I mean, who doesn't? But when it came time to choose bridesmaid dresses, brown won over green because we felt that it flattered the girls more. Some of the girls didn't like how the green looked on their olive skin tone.
I'm a total chocoholic, so all the desserts at our wedding were chocolate. When I saw brown bridesmaid dresses on Azazie, which also had chocolate, I was sold. After ordering the fabric swatches, we decided to order both shades of brown in different styles as well. They really looked good enough to eat!
We got married in the fall and the palette really reflected that, with golden yellows, orange and, of course, brown. I knew I wanted my bridesmaids to wear mismatching dresses from the start. We went with shades of brown for the bridesmaid dresses in the end because it was the most flattering of the bunch and added a touch of gold with a satin sash.