We can talk at length about the newest gowns from bridal market (and we will!), but bridesmaids want to make sure their look is just as fashion forward for the walk down the aisle. Let’s take a moment to showcase one of the latest trends in bridesmaid fashion – pink!
Pink has popped up in a majority of the collections we’ve seen from bridesmaid dress designers thus far. The runways have not been limited to one shade or style either. Instead, dresses have ranged from pale pinks to deep raspberries, which allow pink gowns to be seen as a year-round style rather than one limited to a single season. Below, we’ve matched the style and shade with its seasonal counterpart.
Pastel: Because it’s a lighter shade of pink, this Anna Elyse Bridesmaid dress would be perfect to wear during the spring and early summer. The bow adds a touch of unique prep, and pockets are always an added bonus.
Coral: Lace and coral are two of the most popular ways to make a statement in the fashion world, and this pink shade is now extending to bridesmaid dresses. Ginger by Watters will make a great addition to a garden party wedding in the summer to early fall.
Peony: Darker colors are almost always more popular in the fall and winter when temperatures have dropped. As a result, with it’s deeper pink shade, we can see this cowl neck Collection 20 Watters dress paired with a late fall or winter wedding for an added pop of color.
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Our Olympics obsession has not wavered, and we have many more medal-worthy wedding details to share with you. We’ve already provided you with gold and silver wedding cakes and wedding dresses but today, it’s all about the bridesmaids! We think metallic bridesmaid dresses, like the ones shown above, would be lovely at more formal, glamorous weddings. Are you a fan of these gold and silver bridesmaid dresses? Let us know in the comments!
Blue has been a popular bridesmaid dress color choice for a while – but with so many shades to choose from, how do you decide? Of course, you could have your ‘maids each pick a dress in a different shade of blue to create a pretty palette, but if you just want to pick one shade, think about your venue. Lighter blue shades look best in the warmer months, at less formal weddings in outdoor settings like the beach or garden. Darker shades are ideal in colder months (though navy looks great year-round!) for more formal weddings at country clubs or ballrooms.
We’re loving all of the new bridesmaid dress options out there – so many new fabrics, necklines, and colors to choose from! While some bridal parties wear the exact same dress, we’re also noticing more and more groups of bridesmaids wearing dresses with differing necklines, or perhaps choosing their own dresses within the same color palette (we thought the three brand-new dresses above would make a pretty combination). That got us wondering about what your bridesmaids are doing. Take the poll below, and if you’re doing something completely different, let us know in the comments!