Saturday, 16 May 2015

Wedding Fashion for the Mothers and the Grandmothers of the Bride and the Groom


The mother of the bride is one of the most important roles in the life of a mother. While the dress of the bride receives the utmost attention and requires careful consideration while purchasing, the dress of the mother, though commonly ignored, requires the same level of concentration. The day is just as special for the mothers as it is for the two souls getting united under the bounds of holy matrimony. It is thus indispensable for the mothers to pick out the best outfits that compliments the entire affair and makes them stand out as the proud parents of the happy couple.

For the Mother of the Bride

One of the latest wedding fashions for the mother of the bride in the market is the pairing of simple dresses for the mother of the bride with a long tailored jacket. Play on contrasting colours can help you to get the perfect attire to wow your friends. A good combination that you can go for is the combination of a soft pastel coloured dress with a bright orange organza coat. With full sleeves and a collar, the jacket lends an elegant and subtle look as a substitute for the basic and simple dress. Pair the outfit with a stone brooch and the ensemble is complete.

An alternate to the solids is the use of the prints. Prints serve dual purposes. On the one hand you have gorgeous and elegant attire that looks subtle and sober, on the other hand, prints allow you to camouflage all those problem areas that you may be a little hesitant about. Strategically placed floral or geometric prints in deeper colours of green and purple can hide all the flab or the hollows and give you a flattering silhouette, being tailored to perfection and can help you look gorgeous and feminine.

For the Mother of the Groom

The latest trend of floral prints on dresses can help the mother of the groom appear elegant and feminine. Opt for softer muted colours of gold or beige that naturally flatters the skin tone. Strategic placement of prints in green or other embellishments in floral patterns can add the hint of glam to your dress and jazzing it up a hint. Pearls are absolutely indispensible for the mother of the groom. A simple hair up do paired with a string of pearls, simple studs and nude heels can help to complete the ensemble and help you nail the wedding fashion for the mother of the groom.

For the Grandmother

Not to forget one of the most important guests in the groom’s party, the grandmother of the groom. The doting grandmother deserves the best of affection and her dress too deserves the best of the wedding styles and the design that the current trends have to offer. Combining a simple solid coloured dress in silk and a jacket with a race track hat can help the grandmother look every bit the glamorous diva she is.

With different styles to suit every personality and preference, the website offers dresses to make everyone in your wedding party look as glamorous as you. 

To learn more about Mother of the Bride, visit their website at www.motherofthebride.com.au. To see actual Bride testimonial videos, visit Comotion Fashion Boutique Mother Of The Bride YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jvbw-YyQ3kI

3 comments:

  1. Hi..This is very lovely and nice post. I agree from your thought and follow your future blogs. I need some more information about Wedding Fashion for Mothers and Grandmothers of Bride & Groom because The mother of the bride is one of the most important roles in the life of a mother.

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    Ramdeo

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  2. Hi, This is very nice post and very helpful for the wedding fashion for Mothers & Grandmothers. I read blogs always, I totally agree from your thought and I will follow your future blogs. This is very interesting blog. I would like to thanks for share this information news.
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    Manish

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  3. Hi..I am Brian, I always read blogs and out of these this is very ossum content really nice post and very helpful for wedding fashion mother of the groom, grandmother of the bride. I would like to thanks.

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    Brian

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