Western Wedding Bridesmaid Dresses

Deciding on Western Wedding Bridesmaid Dresses

Can you think of a better time to ride off into the sunset than after your very own Western style wedding?

If this is your dream scenario, you will be pleased to learn just how simple it is to plan a Western wedding. Foremost in your mind, of course, is to make sure you and your wedding party look as terrific as possible silhouetted against the setting sun. One of your many roles as the bride is to decide on the appropriate Western wedding bridesmaid dresses.

Lets say you opt for the full-on formal affair. As a traditional bride, you would probably choose a white lacy dress with a circle skirt and Victorian style lace-up boots. Obviously, you will want the gals in your wedding party to compliment your special look. Therefore, consider the following for formal Western wedding bridesmaid dresses:

▪ White, ivory, or peach colors
▪ Circle skirts
▪ Traditional eight-point skirts
▪ High-low hems (higher in front to show off footwear)
▪ Princess waists
▪ Fitted, ruffled, boned, embroidered, keyhole or lace-up bodices

With a less formal wedding, it would make sense for you to pick something a bit more down-home for your bridesmaids. For example, a Western wedding bridesmaid might be decked out in a blue or red gingham and lace dress that hits just at the ankle with enough room to show off a pair of fabulous Western boots.

Certainly, if any of the ceremony will be on horseback, youll want to consider the comfort and safety of your Western bridesmaids. For example, denim might be just the thing. Imagine an A-line skirt with a white blouse accented with ruffles or stain fringe that look would work well, indeed!

Western wedding bridesmaid dresses are not complete without accessories. No doubt, the first thing that comes to mind is the cowgirl hat. A white hat with a rose or a bow in the brim or with a veil attached would be a terrific capper to the bridesmaid ensemble. Here are some other suggestions:

▪ Victorian style hat (upturned brim, with or without a veil)
▪ Lace up shoes or boots
▪ Wildflowers (in the gals hair or as a bouquet)
▪ Appliques or sequins
▪ Silver or turquoise jewelry
▪ Cameos

Once you decide on the Western attire, start shopping right away. Look online at Western wedding sites there are quite a few or check out your local second hand boutiques for classic Victorian wear. Another option is to make your outfits from Western style fabrics or patterns. If you take this on, you can have a blast with appliqus and trims and create truly original designs.

If youre having trouble coming up with Western bridesmaid dress styles, invite your girlfriends over for a night of Western movies and take notes on what the actors are wearing. This fun and productive approach provide an opportunity for yall to relax and kick up your heels while planning the exciting event.

About the Author

Valeria Vegas has a Masters degree in Writing and regularly writes for a local newspaper.  She also teaches writing workshops in San Francisco and has taught high school English.  As a freelance job, she corrects essays for the SAT and ACT through Pearson scoring as well as write copy for websites.  She is the Associate Editor of a literary magazine, edit manuscripts for Behler publications, and works for authors independently.  One of her stories was named Notable Story of 2004 by Million Writers. She is a new contributor to .

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