Your bridesmaids not just as your nearest friends but take an important role in your wedding. Bridesmaid dresses should complement your wedding color scheme and look in fashion. Check our post of Top 11 Colors for Bridesmaid Dresses to choose the suitable dresses for your bridesmaids.
Pink is such a romantic color that many brides use it as the main color scheme of their weddings. The palest of pinks makes a flattering and feminine bridesmaid dress color, which translates well at any wedding venue.
A wedding color staple, purple is just as popular as ever. Purple hues add a touch of ultra-feminine grace to the wedding party. From soft lavender to dark purple, there are various options within this color palette.
Many brides are incorporating grey in their color schemes – it has a lighter, less dramatic feel to black, and can match and blend with most color schemes. A great color for any season.
Neutral bridesmaid dresses in pale shades of champagne, beige, taupe, tan, gold, cream; make for an understated and elegant wedding party. As you may know, neutral dresses like these are timeless, elegant, and a very popular style for modern weddings.
This pale green shade is so hot right now on all ready-to-wear runways, and we think it’s a gorgeous choice for a wedding. Great teamed with gold and white; this color doesn’t have to stop at the dresses.
A fabulous color at beach weddings and its been seen all over red carpet venues making it a popular choice that translates perfectly down the aisle. A great shade for both summer and autumn wedding venues.
Looking for a versatile, chic and unique wedding theme? Beautiful blue has it all. And the best part? Blue is a relatively underused when it comes to wedding themes, so your big-day is bound to stand out from the crowd too!
This berry-hued, deep jewel color could match a wide range of colors from blush, grey, rose, gold to green, and much more. This hot wedding color combo creates a vintage and elegant look and also shows a hint of modern.
This flattering shade of green will really stand out on your big day and most importantly on the photographs. Plus we think most maids would be rather happy having to sport this color.
Yes, your bridesmaids can wear white! Once considered taboo, we predict that white bridesmaid dresses will remain popular into the following year. And don’t worry that your bridesmaids will be confused with the bride – as long as the bride styles her dress a little different, for example with a veil and long train, then there’s no worries about a mistaken bride.
There’s nothing chic than an LBD (Little Black Bridesmaid Dress). Not only does black look great on most skin tones, it’s also a wardrobe staple that your bridesmaids will wear again and again. To add a touch of femininity to an edgy black dress, look for dresses that incorporate another hot bridesmaid trend – lace.