Some rules are created to be broken.
And in our opinion, the one which only the bride should wear white in the wedding is one of them.
To be truthful, it didn't appear to bother Kate Middleton much when she married Prince William. Her sister Pippa wore an off-white and looked completely fabulous, without detracting in the bride by any means. So if Royalty can perform it, why can't you?
Whites or creams look fabulous anytime of year. Spring, summer, fall, or winter
Brightly colored wedding flowers are beautifully offset by white frocks
You can also add pops of color with colorful shoes and accessories
White and cream suit a variety of skin tones
White is simply made for a destination beach wedding too
White is really a classic - it never is out of style like a color
If you need to mix it up together with your maids when it comes to necklines and sleeves, then all-white dresses will hang all of your look together. Ask your girls which necklines and waistlines they think flattered them best after which go bridesmaid dress shopping.
In winter or chillier weather, give your girls shrugs or wraps to pay for bare shoulders. Any color complements white to help you follow your color theme.
Think about adding sparkling touches. Maybe metallic shoes for the girls? Chandelier earrings? White is neutral meaning it works like a blank palette, to help you layer colors, textures, and different shades.
The bride will probably have a substantial amount of detail on her behalf dress - maybe an embroidered bodice or sleeves. In which case it is best to keep the bridesmaid frocks quite simple if they're likely to be in white. Think when it comes to shapes and fabrics instead. Maybe choose a slinky satin or ballerina-length skirt.
One tip is by using the same shade of white for your frocks (that is easy to Dessy's fabric swatches). Although you may think white is simply one shade, it isn't and if your bridesmaids are wearing different of white then you definitely won't obtain the effect you're after.