Ways for a BRIDE AND GROOM to COORDINATE their Wedding Day Outfits
Marriages are MADE IN HEAVEN and solemnized on Earth. But your DREAM WEDDING is definitely made come true by us. As Luxury Trousseau Shoppers and Wedding stylists, it’s our job to make you look breathtakingly beautiful on your wedding day. It brings an immense sense of fulfilment and joy to us to see both the bride and the groom smiling and laughing from ear to ear on their wedding day and looking stunning while doing so.
Of all the Weddings that we have styled so far in the capacity of Trousseau Shoppers, we have always found the Bride and the Groom earnestly wanting to look very coordinated in their looks on their wedding day. It kind of adds another level of sanctity to this holy union of two individuals and their respective families coming together and binding themselves in this sacred and inseparable lifetime union. Rather, not just the wedding day, we usually suggest our clients to look coordinated and connected in their looks in one way or the other on all of their wedding festivities. It makes the pair look so much together and into each other and their chemistry so palpable, that ideally it should be difficult for the guests to take their eyes off them.
For the couples getting married these days, none of them wants to abide by the traditional ways of dressing up. Each of them wants to add the touch of their own personality and individualism to their looks. It is good to experiment, but one should also stay true to their natural style, candor and demeanor at the same time and shall be aware of what would make their personality shine out really well. This is where the task of a professional stylist comes to the fore. We handhold our clients through all of their wedding shopping expedition and ensure that they make the right decisions and put their money in the best purchases.
Nothing in a Wedding Shopping should be an impulsive decision. And the Wedding look being one of the most important looks of their lives for the Bride and the Groom, it should be very well thought of and discussed through. Both o them need to reach a consensus as to what overall feel they want and it should also be reflective of their personalities, likes and their bond. Your look can either be totally traditional, contemporary, vintage, floral romantic or maybe very cosmopolitan. You can go overtly heavy with outfits, embroideries, jewellery or decide to adopt a minimalist and neutral approach with everything being very sublime yet with a touch of class and refined taste.
With their extensive research on the topic and experience, our team of inhouse stylists have decoded a few of the ways in which the Bride and the Groom can coordinate their wedding looks. You can bookmark your favourites, but don’t forget to style it in your own way. Else, we are just a call away to take you towards that step of looking like the most stunning Bride and Groom ever.
This style spells unquestionable regality and class. Both the bride and groom look extremely twining. The effect comes out the most dramatic and larger than life when the colour is a very subtle shade, maybe a pastel, a neutral or gold, something that is not outlandish even for the groom to carry. Even the Jewellery and the makeup needs to be complementing the whole look and should not stand out in a complete contrast. The work and embellishments embroidery on the groom’s outfit is also kept proportionally heavy to the bride’s dress.
Rather than going in for a complete monotone look, the bride and the groom can also zero down on a single colour which might be a favourite with both of them. Keeping this unconventional colour as the highlight, they can plan their entire looks around them, bringing out the shade using neutrals and light shades to pronounce the entire effect more strongly. This way the couple surely stands out in the gathering and also the choice of a unique colour highlights their common taste and their solidarity with each other.
This is ideally an evergreen and classic way of twining and the couples have been doing it for generations now. What has changed now is probably the styling and the way this complementing through an accessory thing is done now. It could either be through a turban, shoe, tie or maybe a stole or a shawl. Also, the choice of the dark colour for the bride has moved beyond the quintessential reds and maroons. Bride’s today are willing to go for the unconventional colours and that just adds to the final dramatic effect.
For some couples, it works the best that rather than trying to blend in with each other, they dress up as their own strong individualities to give a hint of two strong personalities coming together not to complete but to complement each other as a team. The striking contrast in the colour of their outfits and the overall vibe of the look is so eye catchy that it pushes one to take an unmissable notice. This works the best both for their own selves and also for them as a couple. Generally, the bride and the groom agree upon one taking up a traditional look and the other going in with a complete cosmopolitan avatar. As long as each one of them looks as stunning standing together as standing alone, it all works out brilliantly well.
For the much in love mushy couples, who are also a big fan of minimalism, this vibe of their wedding outfits works really well. It is charming, pleasant to the eye and a refreshing change of sorts from those heavily done up wedding looks. A summer or a winter daytime wedding is the best time to carry off this look or maybe a destination wedding at the beach. Try to keep the jewellery also as sublime and unconventional as the whole look and even the makeup to be light, dewy and natural to highlight the natural features of the bride. The hair maybe best left open with natural beachy waves to accentuate the whole romanticized effect.
To carry off this look with maximum aplomb, even the groom should also be game for carrying too many loud colours as effortlessly as possible. The whole look comes out beautifully well but one has to be wise while making the selection of the outfits. Also, the family of colours chosen should go well with the personality, the skin tone and the aura of the couple. Refrain from picking up anything that isn’t expensive or reflective of superlative craftsmanship, otherwise the look might end up looking loud and mismatched.
This brings us to the end of this compilation from our Creative Team desk.