Top 5 Colors For Summer Bridesmaid Dresses

Tis the wedding season! What will your favorite girls be wearing this year? Want to try something new or stick to the classics? Don't worry we have you covered with the top five colors for summer bridesmaid dresses!  

1. Blushing Down the Aisle 

Have your girls looking romantically elegant with blush bridesmaid dresses. Blush can easily be matched with a light olive green, a light turquoise, a simple lilac, or a classic light grey. This dress is similar to our Julia.

 

2. Mint to Be Your Girls 

Beach wedding, barn wedding, church wedding mint is the perfect color dress for any summer wedding. Mint will be the perfect pair with sliver and blush to create an elegant romantic look. Add a little pop of bling to the look with our clear crystal chain link necklace. (Found Here)

 

3. Neutral Territory 

Your girls keep arguing who looks better in what color bridesmaid dress? You'll be in neutral territory by sticking to a neutral color dress that looks good on everyone!Want to add color? Add color by having an unique colorful bouquet with all of the colors you want. This dress is similar to our Scarlette.

 

4. Coral In Love  

Give your bridesmaids a dress color that will POP! Not only is coral paired with light creams, soft pinks, deep olives, and classic with navy blues a trend of the season. Try having your girls rock their own personal style by letting them choose what style of dress they want in coral. Check out our favorite short bridesmaid dress (here).  

 

5. You're So Classic

They say a friend last a life time... Your ladies will forever look gorgeous and elegant in a little black dress. Add bright fuchsia colors to liven up the dresses. Not a fan of fuchsia? Just a simple classic black and white color combination will make your girls timelessly beautiful. This dress is similar to our Ava. 

Photography Provided By: David Pascolla, Anna K, Rachel Solomon, Jill Thomas, Chris Barber



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