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If you’re going to have as laaaaaaarge bridal parties as we typically do in the South, you might as well clothe them in something good! Here, ten of our 2012 favorites.

Bright red frocks and shawls from Ciarla: photo by Adam Barnes from Blair and Luke’s wedding.

Teal ruffle-neck cocktail dresses from Lula Kate: photo by Pasha Belman from Hillary + Kyle’s wedding.

Long dusty pink gowns from Jasmine Bridal with faux fur shrugs: photo by Mark Williams Studio from Marielle + Michael’s wedding.

More gorgeous ruffle-neck dresses with pink sashes from Lula Kate: photo by Kim Box Photography from Crystal + Trip’s wedding.

Happy pastel mix and match dresses: photo by White Rabbit Studios from Elizabeth + Michael’s wedding.

Periwinkle bow short dresses from JCrew: photo by Leslee Mitchell from Nicole + Rob’s wedding.

Lacy navy dresses from Anthropologie: photo by Nathan Westerfield from Amelia + Dan’s wedding.

We’re calling these two a tie since they’re so similar! On top, photo by Robyn Van Dyke from Ali + Austin’s wedding, and on bottom, photo by The Reason from Melanie + Cale’s wedding.

Aqua satin cocktail dresses from Priscilla of Boston: photo by Justin DeMutiis from Jessica + Derek’s wedding.

Long skirts with white tanks: photo by Tim Will from Elizabeth + Alex’s wedding. (SO sorry, but we still don’t know the designer on these! They were too popular not to include :)

Adam Barnes, Robyn Van Dyke, and Justin DeMutiis are all fabulous members of our Blue Ribbon Vendor Directory!

emily Written with love by Emily
2 Comments
  1. avatar Dee Shore reply

    Love the mix match dresses with the cowboy boots. Such a cute idea!

  2. avatar Madelynne Moulton reply

    The last is def my favorite! So unique!

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