We are totally seeing spots. We love the idea of using polka dot (and vintage) patterns for a casual summer wedding. If you think the dots are a little much, consider wearing something similar for the rehearsal and dinner instead of as bridesmaids’ dresses. Want to keep the polka dots on the bridesmaids? Consider something like a spotted sash, trim, or accessory.
If you’re absolutely positive that you, the bride, want to wear polka dots on your wedding day, and on your wedding dress (yet you want to stay with the traditional white), look for sheer fabrics with just a hint of polka dot. That way, you can achieve spottedness, without going overboard. Manolo recommends checking out Retro Kitty Kat for some more vintage clothing ideas, and assures you that finding spotted dresses is only a few clicks away! (Look at what we found from DollyDaggar!)
Or perhaps you want to stick to polka dots for post-wedding activities. Say goodbye to guests in this whimsical yet romantic top from Designer Exposure.
Or for your party of two, check out these fun unmentionables from Forever 21 and Elle Macpherson.
Wedding bands look nice on almost anyone, which is why finding the right one before your wedding planning is important. Danforth offers a wide variety of unique wedding bands and other wedding jewelry. They specialize in high quality diamond engagement rings and have a knack for marvelous anniversary jewelry that can make any jewelry fan squeal with joy.