What can I use instead of a robe?

What are some alternatives to getting ready robes? Some great alternatives to getting ready robes for your bridal party are: rompers, pajama sets, oversized shirts, flannels, jumpsuits, and dresses.

What should a bride wear while getting ready?

No matter what you decide to wear, McCall says every bride should make sure that their getting-ready attire is easy to slip off, as you won’t want to disturb your fresh makeup and hair. While most women choose robes, she says that a button-down shirt or anything with a wide neck will work, too.

Do Moms Get ready with the bride?

Most of my brides have their bridal party there, meaning their bridesmaids and usually mothers turn up later to have their hair and makeup done and finish getting ready with the bride for their photos. Its up to you lovely! But generally the bride gets ready with her bridesmaids and mother.

Why do bridesmaids receive robes as a gift?

While popular, gifts that say ‘bridesmaid’ are great for giving to bridesmaids as an additional gift item – not the main gift. This is because a robe, sweatshirt, t-shirt, piece of jewelry, or bag that reads ‘bridesmaid’ will only be used for the wedding or just before; afterward, they most likely won’t use it (and it will just sit in a closet!)

Where to find bridesmaid robes?

Bridesmaid robes not only make a cute and creative gift for your ‘maids that they can use long after your big day has passed, they’ll also make those pre-wedding photos look even better. And because they come in a variety of colors and styles (check out WeddingWire Shop for some ideas), you can certainly find bridesmaid robes to match your

Who pays for bridal party attire?

Wedding Attire. Bride and family pay for bride’s dress, veil, accessories and trousseau (read: lingerie and honeymoon clothes). Groom and family pay for groom’s outfit. All attendants pay for their own clothing, including shoes. (Here’s a list of the bridesmaid expenses the bridal party is expected to cover.)

Are bridal shower gifts just for the bride?

Traditionally, a shower is a celebration of the bride’s upcoming marriage and an opportunity to give the couple gifts for their home—read: appliances and settings of china.