Behind every fab bride is fabulous bridesmaids and these 11 beautiful bridesmaids from our real weddings are no exception! From their gorgeous dresses and matching bouquets to their perfect hair and make…
Written by Kate Thompson Last updated: March 10, 2016
Pink is a great colour for weddings as it symbolises romance. Blushing bridesmaids look pretty in pink this spring and summer in pastel shades for a delicate and feminine look or brighter hot pink for a bolder style. Here’s the best of pink wedding inspiration from modern multi-way dresses to shoes.
Not every bride wants a uniform look. Mix it up with a multi-way gown in a variety of shades. It’s a modern idea that will make your wedding photos far more interesting and means your girls will love you even more as they’ll get to wear the colour and style that suits them best.
This pink and white floral patterned multiway gown by Allure Bridal, below, can be worn in these very different ways. Deliciously flattering to any figure and, and again your girls will love that it’s a summer dress they can wear again.
Many of the collections around this season feature beautiful detailing, such as this modern vintage dress by Alfred Angelo with its delicate pearl beaded garland straps in a soft shell colour for a very feminine look. The vintage style ruffles of the styles below is another interesting and pretty detail that is very flattering on any bridesmaid who is looking to add the illusion of curves to her figure.
Muted pale pink tones work beautifully against ivory for a sophisticated classic style. For a slightly different look mix a pale or muted blush pink with sage green or a deeper, bolder navy for a complimentary contrast that will look gorgeous against classic ivory and can be made to shine with an accent colour of silver or gold.
For a traditional uniform look across bridesmaids of all ages, Amanda Wyatt has brought out a lovely range of gowns in different colours and styles to suit everyone from your adult and teenage bridesmaids to your little flower girl.
If a brighter shade of pink is more your style, then go for a hot pink, cerise or fuchsia, as Laura and Matt did below, and include a variety of light, dark and bright shades in your bouquets.