Your bridesmaids are not just your closest friends but take an important role in your wedding. Bridesmaid dresses should complement you and your wedding colour scheme. Check our post of top 10 bridesmaid colours for 2020 to choose the suitable dresses for your gals.
Number 1. Burgundy
Warm and romantic, burgundy has proven to be a coveted shade in recent, cooler months – especially with bridesmaid dresses and weddings. From elegant ballrooms to rustic barns and every style in between, burgundy is the perfect pop of colour your wedding day needs. Because burgundy is so rich on its own, we recommend having your bridesmaids carry neutral-coloured bouquets to really let the gowns pop!
Number 2. Emerald Green
Brides are starting to favour more greenery in their décor, including their colour choice for bridesmaids’ dresses. We love this flattering shade of green and will really stand out on your big day and most importantly on the photographs. Plus we think most bridesmaids would be rather happy having to sport this colour.
Number 3. Dusty Pink
It doesn’t look like this light, dusty colour is going anywhere. Dusty pink looks great across a variety of skin tones and lends itself to a soft romantic palette where your bouquets will pop against the soft hue. Incorporate with pale greenery on the tables and the bridesmaids’ bouquets.
Number 4. Rose Gold
Dusty pink’s vintage cousin. It’s hard to beat the classic look of a bridal party dressed in rose gold. Rose gold and weddings go together so well, it’s crazy. If you’re looking for a more formal bridesmaid dress, then our rose gold sequin dress is what you’re after. Sweet, classic & chic… a modern twist on the traditional (and trendy) wedding.
Number 5. Dark Blues
Classic, timeless. Dress designers were clearly inspired by navy and royal blue, since this colour has been seen everywhere in the last few years. We love its preppy style, which is flattering on so many skin tones, which works well for both casual and formal weddings.
Number 6. Rust
Rustic chic weddings seem to be in full swing! Burnt Orange or Rust. It brings your wedding a little closer to nature. This unique colour will just liven up your rustic earth tone wedding theme.
Number 7. Light Blues
A fabulous colour for beach weddings and it’s been seen all over red carpet venues this year making it a popular choice that translates perfectly down the aisle. A great shade for summer wedding venues.
Number 8. Black
There’s nothing more chic than a 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, add a lace skirt overlay.
Number 9. Grey
Many brides are incorporating grey in their colour schemes – it has a lighter, less dramatic feel to black, and can match and blend with most colour schemes. Incorporate greenery and white flowers for a more classic feel.
Number 10. Nude
Neutrals are definitely having a major moment in bridal. It is a universally flattering colour and with a pop of sparkle or lace, we love the idea of mixing cool tones with warmer tones to create a neutral palette. Pale neutrals are all the rage – we love the pairing of nude bridesmaid dresses with all-white bouquets.