Something that I was never able to share with the Hive before the wedding were our finished bridesmaid dresses. My mom, being the awesome seamstress that she is, offered to make the dresses for our girls. We settled upon Butterick B5322 for MOH-T:
Image via Butterick
And for BM-D, she would get the strapless version of Simplicity 4070.
Image via Simplicity
My mom would adjust the skirt of the patterns to include box pleats similar to our Alfred Sung inspiration dresses.
Alfred Sung Style D438 / Image via Toronto Dresses
You guys, Mama Gazelle was awesome and amazing. She made several treks out to Calgary (a 7 hour drive one way) to fit the dresses on the girls to ensure that the girls would feel beautiful and that the dresses would fit perfectly. Plus, not only was she making the two bridesmaid dresses, she was making our Flower Girl’s dress and her own dress. She had to pull a couple of all nighters the week of the wedding to finish everything off, but at the end of the day everyone looked so beautiful.
First up, our super cute and adorable niece as our Flower Girl:All together:Model shot!
*All pictures courtesy of our awesome guests – thank you!
Even though the girls could pick any shoes they wanted (except preferably not black) they both chose the Dasa from Nine West in pewter satin.
Mama Gazelle then made a tie for each dress in a matching fabric to the shoes.
I think the girls looked amazing and their dresses fit them so well. Many thanks to Mama Gazelle for all of the hard work that she put in. It definitely paid off!
Did your bridesmaids order their dresses or are you having them made?
Wow!! The dresses are amazing! Your mom is certainly talented.
Your niece is adorable- the flag is the cutest.
We bought the BM dresses- we don't know any talented seamstresses!
I totally got distracted by the here comes the bride sign. The dresses are awesome!
great dresses, they looked so beautiful in them!
Wow- your mum is awesome! And I love the colour!
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