Rewritten bridesmaid dresses are designed for all those damn cool bridesmaids who are searching for a dress that breaks tradition slightly, and I’m excited to share their collection with you.
Based in London, friends Katie Arnott and Frances Cookson launched Rewritten in 2016. Frustrated by the current offering of bridesmaid dresses for their own bridesmaids, they decided to design their own.
Rewritten takes an entirely modern approach to bridal wear, creating beautiful bridesmaids dresses which are chic, sophisticated and a little bit bohemian. They work alongside some of the world’s best suppliers to offer flattering, simple designs in the most beautiful fabric and colour combinations.
Dress Style and Colour Options
Rewritten bridesmaid dresses are available in seven signature styles and eight unique colours…
Concrete – Grey
Forest – Dark Rreen
Ink – Navy
Marine – Light Green
Oyster – Pale Pink
Bluebell – Blue
Chianti – Burgundy
Peachy – Peach
I especially love the soft pinky purple shade ‘Oyster’ and the mint green shade ‘Marine’.
As 25th March 2018 marks National Bridesmaids Day, we ask the all-important question… what will Meghan Markle’s bridesmaids wear on Saturday 19th May when she marries Prince Harry?
As the biggest bridal shows of the year London Bridal Week and White Gallery continue to grow, we learn that bridesmaid fashion is fast becoming just as important as bridal fashion itself. We all remember the royal wedding headlines when Pippa Middleton (and her derrière) well and truly stole the limelight in that amazing form-fitting gown. So, it turns out what you dress your besties in really does matter!
A-List Line Up?
Being the social butterfly she is, Meghan has a long list of possible bridesmaids, but we’re yet to find out who has actually made the cut. It’s likely that best friend and Meghan’s former stylist, Jessica Mulroney, will top the list, but it’s also rumoured that long-standing friends Janina Gavankar and Lindsay Roth, as well as mutual friend of Harry and Meghan, Misha Nonoo, could also be the lucky ladies by Meghan’s side.
Serena Williams, Olivia Palermo and Millie Mackintosh are among the A-list potentials, and we kinda hope she has a huge bridal clan that’s awash with lots of celeb friends – just imagine the photos!
What Style of Bridesmaid Dress Will Meghan Choose?
Whether it’s a A-list affair or a bridal squad made up of long-term BFFs, what style of bridesmaid dress will Meghan choose for her girls?
Rosanna Garden, founder of bridesmaid brand Motee Maids, suggests that if Meghan doesn’t want her maids to upstage her on the day she should “look for something which mirrors her own bridal dress in terms of silhouette or neckline, so her bridesmaids complement her and don’t stand out too much.”
Regine Ellis of Ellis Bridals and sister bridal brand Kelsey Rose, agrees that “the bridesmaid gown should always reflect that of the bride, as their gowns are an extension of her own personal style and nature.” With that in mind, Regine predicts that “Meghan’s chosen bridesmaid look will be refined and classic, with just a dash of statement to echo her own personal style.”
I have adored the exquisite flower girl and bridesmaid dresses from Nicki Macfarlane for a long time, and her latest collection for Spring/Summer 2018 is just adorable.
Nicki Macfarlane always offers a wide range of dress styles in beautiful colours. Her dresses are specifically designed to flatter a varying age range, from the smallest flower girl to the more sophisticated older bridesmaid.
The SS2018 collection is timelessly elegant and features beautiful floral lace patterns and pastel colourways. The latest designs include traditional, structured dresses with full petticoat skirts, as well as floaty, relaxed silhouettes.
You can also inject your own creative style to any dress, with an extensive choice of fabric and coloured silks. Complete the outfit with a matching or contrasting button and sash combination for a truly unique look.
Each of the new Spring/Summer 2018 dresses added to Nicki Macfarlane’s repertoire is super cute. Your flower girls and young bridesmaids will turn heads in these dresses and add a touch of magic to your wedding day…
How cute is this dress? I adore the intricate appliqué butterflies that adorn Annelise, and it’s lovely in the pale pink.
Can you image your flower girls and little bridesmaids’ faces when you show them this amazing dress? Darcey, with the cute beaded ballerinas dancing all over the fabulous tulle skirt, is every little girl’s dream.
We are thrilled to uncover the brand new Twobirds Bridesmaid Party Collection of eight beautiful bridesmaid dresses. Keeping the Twobirds philosophy in mind, the chic new gowns have a strong focus on re-wearability and seamlessly integrate into the existing Twobirds collections.
The new dresses are available in nine popular colours. Constructed from the same luxurious fabric as the popular Classic and Tulle collections, the 2017 Party Collection introduces stunning alternative silhouettes to the multiway dresses.
Mix and Match
The high-low scooped hemline of the Lily dress, billowing kimono sleeves of the Lucy wrap dress and the dramatic frill details of the Zoe and Maya designs look great when mixed and matched with any Twobirds outfit.
The Maya, Zoe and Charlie dresses incorporate convertible design elements that can be styled in different ways, making them the perfect, hassle-free choice for stylish bridesmaids.
The gorgeous dresses in the 2017 Twobirds Bridesmaid Party Collection include…
The beautiful new Nicki Macfarlane dresses for flower girls and young bridesmaids feature vibrant colours and modern prints. The spring/summer catwalks have already seen striking prints making a return, and the meticulously chosen patterns in Nicki Macfarlane’s 2017 dresses will add extra colour and cheer to any wedding.
The collection also offers enchanting dresses in traditional colours and styles for a quintessentially English wedding look. New designs boast luxurious fabrics with full petticoat skirts and beautiful trimmings.
I love the Clementine dress. This striking dress with orange floral print organza skirt has a silk bodice and piped arm frills. It comes with an integral petticoat, contrast silk sash in willow or orange, and silk covered buttons.
Pandora and Michaela
Next we have Pandora (left) and Michaela (right). The Nicki Macfarlane Pandora dress in hot pink with orange piping and sash features a brightly coloured embroidered organza skirt. Perfect as a flower girl or party dress, Pandora has a generous integral petticoat.
Michaela is a fabulous brightly striped organza dress with lipstick pink sash. It features a soft ruffled neckline which dips to a pretty V at the back.
Loveday is a very pretty flower girl dress featuring a wild flower print organza skirt. This dress has a silk bodice, and sash and shoulder ties which are available in a choice of colours.