We’ve been loving talking all things bridesmaids (and bridesmen) throughout March as part of The Bridesmaid Issue and today, we’re taking a break from the gorgeous outfits, the pretty gowns and stunning jumpsuits, to something for the wedding day morning. It’s become a thing to don a special look for the morning of the big day. Whether it’s a beautiful robe, fun, comfy pyjamas or something unique. So today, we’ve rounded up options form some of our favourites- there’s pretty robes, comfy nightshirts, linen pieces, smart pyjamas. You name it! Get a little glamour happening as you get wedding ready!
If you’re looking for classic, getting ready pieces then Le Rose needs to be on your radar, They’ve got beautiful shortie pyjama sets, robes for bridesmaids and robes for the bride, In varying fabrics (lace, of course, features heavily, alongside satins and floral prints) the pieces can each be personalised with your choice of monogram. See Le Rose on Candice, Mel and Elle’s big day,
Australian designers Homebodii have been bounding from strength to strength just about as long as I can remember, Their dreamy robes feature beautiful white laces, floral prints and pretty patterns. They’ve even got curve friendly styles and options for flower girls. Of course, each can be personalised with a monogram, just for that special little touch! See them in action at Justine’s wedding here, and Claudia’s wedding.
With luxe satin pyjamas, robes and accessories all designed to be comfortable and beautiful for your wedding day morning. In soft silk satin, with contrasting trims, floral prints and comfy laces, Bride Tribe specialises in customising your pieces. They’ll allow you to not just customise on the lapel, but also across the back of the piece with whatever text you like!
I adore BHLDN for well. pretty much anything to do with weddings, but their robe section? It has all your usual white lace favourites, satin slips and more. But what I love? Is the unusual, the deep inky blue ombre sleeve of the “Arla” robe, for instance, casts it’s own kind of special spell.
Pomme is an Aussie label founded by friends Kara Liu and Emily Ventura. The duo, have designed their range of chic range of linen robes, shirt dresses, and pyjama sets (with both cami and shirts) that bring a sense of sophistication to those getting ready moments. Each piece can be personalised and there are even sweet shirt dress options for your flower girls! My pick – the polka dot “Anouk” shirt and short set, because polka dots on a wedding day morning? Never a bad idea!
Girl And A Serious Dream specialise in beautiful handmade French lace robes, think the dreamy pieces you see in fine art editorials, The lace robes, are statements in themselves, but this design team also creates printed pieces, with beautiful watercolour-esque details and romantic solid colours. Their design expertise extends to veils and underwear, just to complete the picture.
Online & Queensland based Bridesmaids Only know their stuff when it comes to bridesmaid gowns, so it makes sense that they’ve recently introduced robes and getting ready outfits too! Available in satin and cotton, and a whole host of beautiful colour tones, these robes are available in sizes from small to XXXXL and each come in a signature Bridesmaids Only suede drawstring bag.
We could never do a roundup of bridesmaid and getting ready robes without including the originals – Plum Pretty Sugar. The brand, who started out making bridesmaid robes, have evolved to pyjamas, sleepwear and now even gowns. Wear them inside, wear them out – whichever you choose, Plum Pretty Sugar makes it easy to get your wedding morning sorted with curated packages for wedding parties and a whole host of matching accessories.
See them at Julia’s wedding,
All about the modern style, Jasmine & Will ‘s offering is minimal, and that’s why I love. it. Beautiful cotton, linen and silk robes, sleepwear and sleep shirts with contrasting piped edges, and beautifully done personalisation. Minimal, classic styling at it’s best. See Jasmine & Will in action on Conor, Kate & Katie.
Piyama is founded on family – mother & daughter Pea & Greer dreaming up designs that offer comfort and simplicity. Their range of robes, sleep shirts and shortie pyjamas are just right for wedding mornings. But my favourite? Their fresh cotton dresses (with buttons!) that are a chic option for the bride who hates the idea of a robe. See Pyjama in action at Steph’s wedding and Jilly’s big day.