We all know that Donna Morgan bridesmaid gowns are the epitome of seriously stylish + seriously chic. But did you also know that when you mix and match these fabulous frocks it takes it to an entirely new level of awesome?  One that sees your maids practically glowing in everything from coordinating hues to vibrant prints to pretty pastel tones… see the tips and tricks to make your besties stand out below!

1. Your Maid of Honor is your best friend for a reason, so having her stand out amongst your lovely lineup is a serious no-brainer.  Make her feel extra special by dressing your maids in one amazing hue, then kicking the style up a notch with your MOH in a corresponding color.  And by choosing a hue from your sure-to-be fabulous florals, you’ll be keeping it cohesive AND seriously gorgeous.

2. Want to add a pop of style and still stay in the same color family?  Go for it!  By choosing hues like grape, lavender and eggplant, your maids will stun in a lineup that bursts with variety, all while upping the ante on the pretty.

3. Tip three?  Don’t be afraid of different colors, lovelies!  By dressing each of your maids in an individual + oh-so-stylish hue, you can put your inner chicness (and favorite colors) on display.  And don’t forget to select hues from the same palette… think gorgeous pastels or rich jewel tones.

4. We’re never ones to shy away from a stunning print, especially when it comes to styling your besties. Add a pop of pattern to your lineup of solids to really make a statement.

There you have it, lovelies.  Some inspiration from the amazing Donna Morgan to get your bridesmaid party started.  Choose from any of the fabulous colors and styles that Donna Morgan has to offer to really take your bridal party to the next level.  And, remember – don’t be afraid to mix and match your maids! You’ll thank us later.

Photography: Trent Bailey Photography + Marianne Wilson Photography + Mademoiselle Fiona Wedding Photography + Josh Elliot Photography + Dove Photography + True Weddings Photography

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