November 13th, 2015
Blush Wedding Attire For The Mother of the Bride
Blush doesn't have to be only for the bride. From the decor, to bridal party attire to the mother of the bride and groom in blush, we challenge you to choose your favorite blush tone.
1. Deep Blush: The first style MB7515 is a deeper blush tone that consists of hints of purple. This tone accents many skin colors and also compliments lighter blush tones. If you look at the table setting next to the gown, it has pink blush tones however the combination is beautiful. This color gown is also great for the mother of the bride that wants to stand out but doesn't want their dress to scream pink. The cap sleeve on this gown provides coverage of the shoulders and the inverted basque waist is figure flattering for all shapes and sizes!
2. Taupe Blush: This taupe colored gown is a great base if you want to keep a very neutral color palette for your wedding. The subtle hints of blush makes it look lovely with light pinks or yellows. The bouquet pictured next to the gown has great accent colors while keeping a neutral palette. The cap sleeves are a little more revealing on this fit and flare that would flatter a petite mother of the bride.
3. Pink Blush: Style MB7505 is a more pink blush gown that will have you stand out from the crowd. The bold color of this mother of the bride gown looks great with all shades of pink such as the different colored ties for your groomsmen. We like this pink blush color because it will make you stand out while still keeping you inside the color palette with the neutral colored cap sleeves and lace accents at the waist.
The Blushing Bride: We chose style ELSIE from our Val Stefani bridal line in order to show you the range of colors you can wear even as a bride! This gown has a very subtle blush tone but will still make you feel like a traditional bride. When chosing a gown with such a neutral undertone, almost any accent color will look great which makes your job as a bride that much easier :)!
There are many paths you can choose when planning your blush wedding! We suggest you take time looking at different color palettes and blush tones before settling on one!