Many people are buzzing about Meghan’s wedding dress designer and speculating everyone from Erdem to Ralph & Russo to but few have talked about the colors of the wedding and the bridal party gowns. While Pippa Middleton wore white for her role in Kate Middleton’s wedding as did the rest of her bridal entourage, it’s likely that Meghan will make her own rules and possibly appoint her maid of honor and the bridal party to wear a different color.
As Meghan loves shabby chic decor and minimalist modern styles, her bridal party could be dressed in a range of shades from pale pink to green lily to grayish purple. In all likelihood she will have the pageboys and bridesmaids outfits as bespoke custom creations–like Pippa Middleton. She may opt for Pippa’s British wedding style–like cream colors, puffed sleeves and gold breeches.
Markle will likely chose a very romantic and sophisticated color scheme–focusing on pale or pastel shades. The bridal party will likely be outfitted in elegant and classic styles with nothing too bright, shiny or busy. The silhouettes will likely be simple–long maxi dresses with chiffon or satin.
Jessica’s daughter Ivy, who often wears matching coordinated styles with her mom, will likely also be a featured player and take on the role of flower girl or bridesmaid. It’s not known but suspected that Princess Charlotte will also be a key player likely as another flower girl.
Potential maid of honor and Canadian stylist Jessica Mulroney will probably inspire some of Meghan’s choices. Mulroney’s style tends to be more avant-garde and super glamorous with sequin jumpsuits, satin bustiers and lace dresses.
One thing is for sure: Kate Middleton will not have a role in Meghan’s bride squad. For one, Kate will have just welcome a new baby in April and this will likely hinder her involvement in the wedding festivities. Secondly, as a married woman Kate is not eligible to be a bridesmaid or maid of honor. Finally, Kate and Meghan have only recently become acquainted thus, she’s likely only going to be a wedding guest rather than #teambride player.