Pink bridesmaid dresses ideas

Before you’ve even gotten engaged, we’re pretty sure that you’ll have known for years who you’d like to be a part of your #bridetribe. Once you’ve chosen them and asked them (there are so many lovely ways to do this) it’s time to think about their aisle style. Today we’re talking all about ridiculously gorgeous pink bridesmaid dresses that will make your best girls blush…

Pink is one of the most popular colour palettes out there in the wedding industry and we can certainly see why. This versatile shade works wonderfully alongside an array of colours, including navy, grey, green and even orange. However, when used alone it remains romantic, feminine and modern. There’s also a shade of pink to suit everyone, so it’s a guaranteed winner amongst your ‘maids.

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Images: Top Row Left via Washingtonian by Renee Hollingshead Photography | Top Row Right via Style Me Pretty by Caroline Tran | Second Row Left via Love My Dress by M and J Photos | Second Row Right via Trendy Bride by  Kir Tuben Weddings | Third Row Left via Wedding Chicks by Stephanie Messick Photography | Third Row Right via Southern Weddings by Tec Petaja| Fourth Row Right via Wedding Chicks (same as before) by Kylie Morgan Photography | Bottom Row via Ruffled Blog by Studio Castillero

Whether you have just a handful of ‘maids or your bridal squad is made up of 10, picking out the bridesmaid dresses is guaranteed to be one of the most difficult aspects of wedding planning. Trust us! Your team of bridesmaids will be all different heights, shapes, sizes and styles, so it is near enough impossible to pick one dress that each girl will feel comfortable wearing. If this is the case and you’re struggling to find pink bridesmaid dresses for everyone, we suggest you go down the mix and match route. Still a huge trend in the world of weddings, it will offer plenty of options for your bridesmaids and they’re guaranteed to feel comfortable and most importantly, confident throughout your celebration. You’ll need to keep at least two things the same to ensure your girls look coordinated. For instance, this could be the same shade of pink and the same length, but the neckline can differ. Or perhaps they’re all strapless but some are midi and some are maxi.

Pink bridesmaid dresses also offer a swoon-worthy palette, so why not let your best girls pick out their favourite shade of pink? From the palest of pinks to hot fuchsia, if you have a larger number of bridesmaids they can choose from the palette. An ombré effect would be perfect, particularly if you’re having a spring or summer wedding.

bridesmaid dresses ideasImages: Top Row Left via Wedding Sparrow by Anagram Photo | Top Row Right via Whimsical Wonderland Weddings by Helen Jane Smiddy Photography | Second Row Left via Hello May by Joseph Willis | Second Row Right via Rock My Wedding by Big Bouquet Photography | Third Row Left via Style Me Pretty (same as before) by Josh and Dana Fernandez Photography | Third Row Right via Ruffled Blog (same as before) by Michelle Lillywhite Photography | Fourth Row Left via Style Me Pretty (same as before) by Brett Heidebrecht Photography | Fourth Row Right via Soper Photography | Bottom Row via I Take You by Nicole Leoné Miller Photography 

There are tonnes of beautiful ways to accessorise your pink bridesmaid dresses too, and they’re a lovely gift option as a ‘thank you’ for being a part of your wedding day. From hair pins to earrings, necklaces to brooches, Glitzy Secrets have plenty of pink accessories and jewellery that will fit in with any style of wedding.

If you want something rustic yet romantic, why not team greenery hair garlands with your pink gowns? This would work wonderfully for an elegant country garden wedding or a pretty bohemian wedding theme. For girls who want to look glam, opt for chic golden accessories and even a sequin gold clutch bag.

We will always say it’s worth organising a date ahead of the big day where your team of ‘maids can try on their gowns together. This way, you can check that everyone is completely happy with their outfit for the day and any last-minute tweaks can be made. This will be especially useful if you’ve gone down the mix and match route as you want to ensure the dresses still look cohesive – after all, you don’t want your bridesmaids to look like wedding guests!

Written by Lottie Dainton

 


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