As the bride, you’ve likely spent weeks, maybe even months shopping for your perfect wedding dress. But even once that’s done, you’re not done dress shopping. There’s the matter of your bridesmaids and what they will wear to worry for.
Their style will have to be something that can be paired with the flower arrangements you’ve ordered. Something that fits with the theme of the wedding. Something that compliments (but doesn’t distract from) the bride’s dress. Something comfortable, versatile. Something that looks timeless and flattering on any body type. Something distinctive, to set them apart from the other guests.
Bridesmaid styling has come a long way in the last few years as wedding ceremonies have become increasingly more unique, with different bridal looks and traditions taking centre stage. Gone are the days of bridesmaids wearing the exact same dress in the exact same colour. Today, brides are mixing it up by having their bridesmaids wear dresses of varying shades, lengths and fabrics. It makes it look more interesting and fun! It allows you to highlight each bridesmaid’s unique style in a dress that makes her look and feel great!
But, it’s your wedding. Which means it’s your rules!
For a look that’s timeless yet a bit retro with it’s 1920’s inspired art deco, go for the Art Deco Beaded Gown by Adrianna Papell. This gown features a demure v neckline, thin over-the-shoulder straps, a blouson waist and a flowy floor length hemline. With an intricate, all-over sequinned pattern, this dress is lavish and eloquent enough to set the bridesmaids apart, while still refraining from overpowering the bride’s stunning dress!
If you’re seeking a similar style in a different shade, the Art Deco Beaded Gown comes in a soft dusty blue too!
For a classic yet undeniably opulent look, go for the Ignite Passion Gown by Grace & Hart. Stunning, floor-length embroidered motifs fall over the figure-flattering fit, with a crew neckline and sleeveless cut. Perfect to send your bridesmaids down the aisle in, before you. This dress can be styled up with the right pair of shoes and bouquet of flowers to make it pop! Perfect on all body types, this gown is a surefire choice for a bridesmaid’s dress!
For a more playful and unconventional look, check out our Majestic Dress by Grace & Hart in a feminine blush pink! This dress features a crew neckline, full-length flared sleeves crafted from smooth-spun lace, a knee-length hemline and a gorgeous scalloped back cut-out. This dress is unforgettable and will look absolutely dreamy on your bridesmaids! Along with the wedding vibes, this dress embodies sheer femininity of bridesmaid styling and that’s what we love about it! Complement the dress with a nude pair of heels and dewy makeup. Go for romantic wavy locks to really set this look off!
The Frilling Around Flare Midi by Grace & Hart is contemporary and graceful, quintessentially feminine! With a cinched waist, thin over-the-shoulder straps and a gorgeous lace-scalloped hemline. This dress leaves us longing for spring! Figure-flattering but flaring out below the waist, this dress hugs your curves in all the right places! This dress will compliment almost any wedding colour scheme. Style it up with a pair of nude heels, dewy makeup and wavy curls.
For a bit more fun and movement, our Nyla Dress by Rachel Gilbert is the perfect knee-length bridesmaid dress! We love the play on pleating all over the dress — from the beautiful long bell sleeves to the layered asymmetric hemline. The dress also features lattice inserts on the bell sleeves and raglan armhole, with a sophisticated keyhole back opening and crew neckline. Contemporary and undeniably chic!
Finally, our Juliets Delight Gown by Grace & Hart is an unarguably stunning rendition of the slinky satin trend. Gorgeous blush hues radiate off the figure sculpting silhouette, with it’s beautifully draped crossover bodice and delicate cross-back straps. Cascading from the hem is the gorgeous flounces that make up the mermaid hem. This dress will certainly complement your remarkable wedding dress. #squadgoals?