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Why They Chose Wisteria For Their Wedding

Named after the most magical of flowers, Wisteria is commonly also known to be a light lavender color. This light medium violet color is an ideal choice for a spring wedding, and looks gorgeous when paired with other pastels like sky blue, sage, and daffodil. Complete the look for your bridesmaids by pairing their Wisteria dresses with a fresh flower crown with none other than the flower itself.

READ WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING

Wisteria is my favorite flower. In fact, the archway for our rustic outdoor ceremony is covered with wisterias as well. At first, I thought that having the bridesmaids wear Wisteria colored dresses might be overkill, but after trying it out, the effect was actually quite stunning. When I love something, I just want to be surrounded by it!

- Suki

My parents are both from Japan and they immigrated to the United States before I was born. One of my first memories of Japan was visiting a flower park and seeing rows upon rows of Wisteria. That beautiful memory has definitely stayed with me and I wanted to remember it for my wedding, which is why I asked my bridesmaids if they would wear Wisteria colored dresses.

- Elaine

When I got engaged, one of my best friends – who is also a bridesmaid – bought me this beautiful painting of Wisteria. She told me that in Japanese culture, they're supposed to symbolize good luck for marriages. I love that painting so much and it inspired me to have the bridesmaids wear Wisteria colored dresses too.

- Charis

My boyfriend, and now fiancé, proposed to me when we were vacationing together in Europe. It was really romantic. The night he proposed, we were staying in this guest house that had Wisteria growing all along one of the facades of the building. That never left my mind and inspired me to pick out Wisteria colored dresses for the bridesmaids.

- Reva