Who should pay for the bridesmaids’ dresses ?

Being a bridesmaid is all very exciting. Maybe  it’s your first time, or you’ve always had bridesmaid dreams!What's your insights about who should pay for bridesmaids' dresses?urns out, the majority of bridesmaids say brides should cover the cost, or “at least contribute” – especially if dresses are pricey!New survey findings suggest bridesmaids are largely unwilling to cover the costs of their bridesmaid dresses:59% stating that brides should pay in full as a ‘treat’ to their maids.Over a third (35%) of bridesmaids think that brides should at least make a contribution to the price of a bridesmaid dress. With the majority of brides expected to cover the cost of bridesmaid dresses, the price is predictably an important point.80% of brides spend more than £50 per dress – with the majority (44%) of brides spending between £51 and £100,  20% of brides spend over £150, 3% spending over £250 per dress.The average price per dress sits at £114. TO BUY: BLUE MERMAID BRIDESMAID DRESSES WITH SPAGHETTI STRAPS, £92.00Despite this spend, just 37% of brides take full control over what their maids’ dresses look like. 35% of brides simply choose the colour of their maids’ dresses, leaving fit, style and accessories to their maids.The data showed that brides often gift the dresses to her bridesmaids, it’s interesting to see that an increasing number of brides allow their maids to lead on the decision-making process when it comes to style and fit, preferring instead to offer a simple colour swatch as a steer.Happyprom bridesmaid dresses collection was launched in response to an increasing demand from our customers for affordable dresses in a variety of styles and colours. TO BUY:  Rose Lace Mermaid Bridesmaid Dresses TO BUY:  Vintage Lace Mid Calf Bridesmaid Dressesfor Wonderland Wedding Themes TO BUY:  Ivory Lace V-neck High Low Bridesmaid Dresses