Vintage Wedding Inspiration: Tea Length Bridesmaid Dresses

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Vintage Wedding Inspiration: Tea Length Bridesmaid Dresses

Continuing on from my earlier post about vintage-inspired wedding dresses, how about some colourful 1950s-inspired bridesmaid dresses like in this wedding photo?

Dan O'Day Vintage Wedding Photographs

Tea-length wedding dress…and I love those bridesmaids’ dresses.

Photo by Dan O’Day - an amazing photographer based in Australia.

Get the Look

As I went through in the last post, there are a few places you can try looking for tea-length dresses – you can try the beautiful dresses of Pixie Pocket down in Christchurch, who makes to order.  You could try Bella Vintage for the real deal – she imports vintage dresses from the US.

If you are in a hurry and want a bargain, you could try Unique Vintage in the US, who post internationally – you could find your all your bridal party’s dresses in one place.  They also take returns, which is a great if you are a bit nervous about ordering online.

Vintage-inspired Bridesmaids’ Dresses

Start the look with this tea-length red crinoline petticoat:

Red tea-length crinoline: US$44

For a more traditional bridesmaid look, you could have a bridesmaid in this navy satin 1950s swing dress:

Navy satin 1950s swing dress: US$110

 

You could have one bridesmaid in this polka-dot navy 1950s style swing dress:

Navy Polka-dot Swing Dress US$110

And another in blue but this time it’s a blue floral 1950s halter swing dress.

Blue floral swing dress: US$128

Or for a different floral pattern, you could have a dress in this Turquoise Hydrangea 1950s Swing Dress:

Turquoise Hydrangea Swing Dress: US$124

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