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5 Trendy Bridesmaids Dress Ideas

 November 14, 2022

 

Top 5 Most Flattering Bridesmaid Dress Choices:

 

Deciding on your bridesmaid gowns is no easy task, especially when you have picky friends in your bridal party… Between finding a gown that everyone feels comfortable in, to choosing a color that flatters the color scheme of the wedding, there are many factors to consider in this decision. We’ve put together the top 5 bridesmaid dress themes that are extremely flattering, classy, and trendy for 2022-2023. 

 

Classic Black Bridesmaids

 

Number one, I have to admit that black bridesmaids’ dresses look phenomenal next to the bride and groom, and do not typically clash with much. Whether you’re getting married in a church or a forest, both sceneries will complement black bridesmaids’ dresses. We have seen in recent trends a shift toward more neutral weddings and have found that greenery and certain florals look amazing with black and white. 

 

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The Color Palette Dresses 

 

For color lovers, don’t worry we have something for you too. I think going non-traditional and choosing a palette of colors is a unique and fun take for your bridesmaid’s gowns. Rather than picking just one color, choose a palette of 3-4 colors that go well together and your bridesmaids can choose between them. This is a great alternative to choosing just one so that your bridal party can choose the color that best suits their skin tone. 

 

 

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A Satin Moment 

 

Though not a color, satin is such a stunning accent fabric that will really make your wedding party feel and look elevated. Satin dresses can be done in any color, or a variety if you want to do a satin color pallet. Choosing a fabric that differs from the rest of the fabrics will add an eye-catching element in photos, and overall look very elegant. 

 

@thuyngphoto

 

 

 

Neutral Dresses 

 

And for my personal favorite, we have neutral dresses. Neutral colors, brown, cream, beige, taupe, and gray, are the most flattering shades on the widest variety of people. Any of these varieties will complement greenery, florals, and the bride and groom. When in doubt, go neutral. 

 

 

@haleychristoneweddings

 

 

 

 

Something Blue (or green)

 

If neutrals aren’t for you, or you just want a little extra something in your bridal party, the next best choice would be green or blue bridesmaid dresses. A warm mint or sage green is very complimentary to outdoor weddings in the spring and summer. An added bonus to going with blue gowns is incorporating that ‘something blue’ without having actually to wear it yourself. 

 

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Conclusion:

 

Go with the color that you truly want, because it’s your special day. These are merely our suggestions and popular trends that we’ve seen in recent wedding seasons. Happy wedding planning!