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Your bridesmaids will do a happy dance in this bridal party collection in all sizes (with pockets & sleeves!)

Y'all know we love the custom fit, all sizes collections of our faves, Cocomelody. They're KNOWN for their affordable prices, inclusive sizing, custom options, gorgeous details, and lots of offbeat and classic options. They've got a new bridal collection for 2020 with some of the loveliest bridesmaids dresses in gorgeous colors, with cool fabrics like velvet, twisted silk, tulle, and a ton have sleeves and pockets. I know!

Let's take a peek at a few options from the collection…

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A colorful dinos & games wedding in Pasadena (with a petting zoo!)

The first thing you can see in the space was a hundred golden dinosaurs on the welcome table. It was the hint that this wedding would be glam, whimsical, animal-centric, and totally fun. i mean, after the ceremony the guests were treated to a petting zoo! Don't miss the super colorful wedding party, projected video games, sparkly gown, greenery covered ceremony, and of course, animals galore.

Don't miss the stunning sequin gown at this mansion wedding in Illinois

Jana and Bryan celebrated their romantic wedding at the Allerton Park and Retreat Center in Monticello, Illinois. It's one of those classic venues with grand staircases, huge hedge walls, and a total majestic library feel that has us totally heart eyes. But what made it extra amazing was how they really took the details and made them their own. Case in point: Jana's FAB sequined gown and Bryan's custom blue suit.

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A fabulous retro drive-in meets cocktail party prom

There wasn't a real theme for the wedding, other than "Let's Duerr It," based on our last name. It was our URL, hashtag, and was prominently displayed in large balloons on stage. One friend had made the comment that she felt like she was at a prom, "in the best possible way." We got married at an old drive-in hot dog stand called Superdawg, where we had one of our first dates. Our friends Kate and Pete chauffeured us in their '61 Lincoln Continental and the officiant was our friend Louie. The guest list was about 15 people (plus our dog, Stanley) and the ceremony lasted about five minutes.