For more than 70 years, thousands of brides have traveled to Kleinfeld Bridal in New York City to find their wedding day looks. From the moment you walk through the doors, you’ll feel the magic of Kleinfeld. Not only does Kleinfeld have 30,000 square feet filled with the largest selection of wedding dresses in the world, it also has the greatest professional staff of over 200 employees who are dedicated to finding and perfecting your bridal look.
You’ve got your wedding colors picked out, your dream dress ordered, and your bridal party locked down. Now, it’s time to shop for bridesmaids dresses! You know for certain you want your squad to coordinate, but you want to make sure your maid of honor, your nearest and dearest, stands out from the crowd. How do you pull it off? We’ve got the answers, below.
Dresses pictured from left to right: KBP Style 200034 in Ballet, KBP Style 200055 in Ivory Floral, Reem Acra Style: 5936, KBP Style 200127 in Peach
Dress her in a unique color.
The easiest way for your wedding guests to identify your MOH at your wedding is to dress her in a separate color from the rest of the bridal party. Go with a color that will complement the others, such as lilac with blush.
Dresses pictured in group shot from left to right: KBP Style 200126 in Peach, KBP Style 200122 in Heather, KBP Style 200062 in Latte
Give her the spotlight.
When photographing your bridal party, visually separate her from the rest of the group as well as get solo shots with her. Not only will this make her feel extra special on the big day, but anyone who looks at your wedding photos will be able to pick her out of the crowd!
Dresses pictured from left to right: KBP Style 200131 in Blush, Anne Barge Style: REESESKIRT, KBP Style 200131 in Tea Rose
Give her her very own style.
A more subtle way to differentiate your MOH from the rest of your bridal party is by dressing her in a separate style from the group. This can be as simple as adding straps to a strapless gown or as elaborate as dressing her in a tea length halter gown and the rest of the group in floor length cap sleeved dresses.
Dresses pictured from left to right: KBP Style 200011 in Skyway, Henry Roth Style: FAIRLYX, KBP Style 200008 in Skyway/Ivory, KBP Style 200011 in Skyway
Mix in a pattern.
Have a little flexibility in your wedding theme and colors or looking to really mix and match? Dress your MOH in a complementary pattern! We love how this floral option goes so well with these blush bridesmaids, pictured above.
Dresses pictured from left to right: KBP Style 200034 in Ballet, KBP Style 200055 in Ivory Floral, KBP Style 200127 in Peach
Photography: Brian Leahy Photography
Design & Planning: Emily Clarke Events
Floral: Floressence Flowers
Venue: Lonesome Valley
Hair & Makeup: GLAM salon
Video: Le Reve Films