A Girl's Guide to the Best Bridesmaid Colors - The Dress Outlet

A Girl's Guide to the Best Bridesmaid Colors

When planning your wedding, it can be hard to know what colors are great for bridesmaids. While there are plenty of shades that look great together, there are some that should be avoided. If you're not sure where to start, let this guide give you some tips on color schemes for your wedding party.

The color of your bridesmaids' dresses can have a huge impact on how the wedding day feels The most important thing to consider when picking out colors for your bridesmaid dress is what the bride wants her color scheme to be. If she's not sure yet, it's time to get planning! This blog post will give you all the information you need about what colors work best and why:

Marigold yellow

There's something about the Marigold Yellow color that just makes you feel like your day will be sunny, no matter what. With an almost pure-gold undertone, this color looks great with earthy tones like gold and brown in addition to soft neutrals of white or cream when paired with pink lavenders for a beautiful spring look!

Blush Pink

Blush pink is one of the most popular bridesmaid dress colors for a reason. A little bit goes a long way, so mix-and-matching your selection will give each girl her own individual flair! Blush pink works well for the calming and demure bride who wants to keep her bridesmaids looking soft and feminine.

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Soft, pastel colors

Pastels are a great choice for the blush bridesmaid dress. It's not just about adding some color; it can also change up an otherwise traditional look and add variety to your wedding day! Pastels are a great way to add some flair and creativity to your wedding without feeling too overwhelming. Do you want something more bohemian-chic though? Throw in lavender or dusty blue—the mix will be unlike any other combination.

For a unique look, have your guests wear mix-and-match pastel dresses. A grouping of blush, lavender, and dusty blue gowns will create an eclectic style that's both feminine and trendy at once!

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Coral Shades

For a super-cute look, throw on some bright coral bridesmaid dresses from our collection. It sounds like an idea straight out of a fairy tale! In an effort to make their weddings as cohesive and beautiful as possible, couples are returning back to the popular bridesmaid dress color of coral. The reason for this trend? It's bold enough on its own without looking gaudy or overdone so it won't compete with your special day!

Coral works well as a bridesmaid color since it complements a variety of other hues, including gold and pink.

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Fruity Hues

The Sorbet palette is a refreshing choice for your next wedding! These colors are perfect to be worn in any season and would match well with fall or winter themes as well. They're extra special because the softness of these tones matches perfectly against warmer weather while maintaining their cool vibes when needed most during colder months

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Honey and Orange

Who doesn't love the bright and cheery color orange? It's a perfect match for weddings, but it can also work well if you're looking to be more whimsical or spirited. If you're looking to go bold and unique with your wedding party dresses, the color orange should be one of them. We know that it can seem overwhelming at first but don't worry--add richer tones like gold for an all-over decadent feeling!

For a modern twist, have your bridal party wear colorful dresses that match your wedding theme. You can go with a simple solid look or choose an eye-catching pattern. The possibilities are endless!

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Rosy Patterns and Hues

If you love vintage style and want to give your maids a chance at finding their perfect dress, ask them to wear rosy patterns and hues in pink tones or patterns. Mixing fabrics on dresses can create some really interesting combinations. Not only does this give your bridesmaids the chance to find a dress that they feel totally comfortable in, but they're also more likely to re-wear the dress after your wedding day is over (and believe us, they'll thank you for it!)

There's a reason why the rose is a classic wedding flower choice. It is romantic, nostalgic, and whimsical.

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The color burgundy is often a popular bridesmaid dress color for fall weddings. For an elegant, symmetrical look that will make your guests swoon with admiration, have all of the ladies wear matching dresses in dark red tones such as merlot and maroon to really set off their beauty! Matching burgundy hues are to be expected for autumn weddings this year. The color of choice should be a darker tone, such as midnight blue or grapefruit yellow; these sophisticated wine-inspired shades will provide an elegant and symmetrical look that is perfect for a fall wedding.

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Contrasting colors

Sometimes it's fun to shake things up and go against what you're used to. Pairing dark colors with bright accents like red or tangerine orange, might push your comfort zone at first but don't worry because this isn't a risky choice! Pairing dark colors (navy blue and emerald green) with bright accents (red and tangerine orange) might push you out of your comfort zone at first, but don't feel like you have to play it safe. This daring combination of different colored bridesmaid dresses is perfect for an artsy, eclectic theme. The bold combo of navy blue or emerald green with tangerine orange (or red!) will make all eyes on them shine!

For an original look, have your maids contrast colors with the gentlemen. Paired together, you're guaranteed to have an unforgettable wedding party.

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Royal Violet

Fall weddings are all about the color purple. This regal hue will work on any skin tone and can be paired up with a variety of different shades for an even more dimensional look. This is a popular color that can be used for both the men and maid of honor. A palette that includes dark plum bridesmaid dresses paired with lighter lavender party wear is rich yet dramatic - perfect for your big day!

The colors of fall weddings are dark and rich, including burgundy, midnight blue, olive green, plum, etc. Your bridesmaids can choose a dress color that matches your wedding theme or go with a contrasting ensemble.

Fall is the perfect time for both you and your maids to experiment with deeper hues.

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Jewel and Gem tones

Jewel tones are an easy way to create a cohesive look for your wedding party. Jewel tone colors include magenta pink, eggplant purple and s,apphire blue while jade green also falls into this category Mixing fabrics on dresses can create combinations that will make sure all bridesmaids feel comfortable and also more likely to re-wear their dress after your wedding day is over.

For an artistic touch, have your bridesmaids choose jewel tone dresses. Whether you go with deep hues or light pastels, it's a great way to make an impact.

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French Blue

A classic color, blue is perfect for bridesmaids! Try different styles and details like lace or ruffles with your dresses to create an eye-catching look! With blue dresses, you can create an updated look by outfitting your maids in various necklines and details like ruffles or lace fora more modern flair.

Blue is a very versatile color, and the shades that go well with it depend on how light or dark the dress itself is. For a navy blue color, for instance, lighter shades such as powder blue and baby pink complement nicely. For royal or paramilitary-inspired wedding themes, darker colors such as navy blue and midnight blue will look stunning when paired with beige pinks.

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Tropical prints

If you're looking for a way to dress up your bridesmaids with some personality, then opt for tropical prints. You don't have to be on the beach to wear tropical prints! If you want your bridesmaids' dresses to have a tropical theme around it, then go ahead and get palm leaf patterns. They'll look great against peach or blue colors; just make sure not to overdo things because these types of designs are best when they're subtle enough. If you're going for an island-inspired theme and your colors are peach with blue accents then this is perfect attire! It's bright and fun, which are two things that are needed for an island wedding.

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Garden Green

A garden wedding is a dream come true for most brides. But deciding on the perfect dress can be tough, especially when there are so many different patterns to choose from! If you're thinking about the pattern being too overwhelming, choose understated colors like mint or cerulean for an easy way of casing instead!

This is a great idea if your wedding has a garden setting. It'll make all those floral dresses really pop and stand out in their individual beauty without feeling overbearing on one specific area. View our beautiful green wedding guest dress collection.

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The color teal as bridesmaid colors is a chic and stylish alternative to the traditional white or light blue dress. These outfits work great for both a moody event or any other formal occasion. For an alternative look that's less feminine but still elegant- try dark colored skirts with light tops instead; this color combination gives off such an edgy vibe without being too overwhelming.

This is a good color option if your wedding is a formal one. It's not as common as white or pastel blue but it still looks really nice and elegant!

Trendy Black

There's a reason why the color black is often used in formalwear. It can make you look like royalty, without all that makeup! Black is one of the easiest colors to help you pull off a formal look. Use dresses in the same fabric for the most formal effect, or experiment with black dresses in different materials, like velvet, sequins, or satin.

If you're looking for something that's more on the casual side, try mixing in other hues like brown or blue velvet with your maids' dresses!

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Dark floral prints

For an edgy, yet romantic look with your wedding party- choose a dark floral print bridesmaid dress. Embrace an edgy-romantic aesthetic with dark floral print bridesmaid dresses, which look extra-amazing next to a blush wedding dress. The contrast between these three classic colors will give your special day that signature flair you've been dreaming about!

If you're looking for a new twist on the classic bridesmaid dress, look no further than dark floral print bridesmaid dresses.

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Lilac and Lavender

The color purple is a traditional symbol of royalty and elegance. Patterned lilac bridesmaid dresses are the perfect way to bring elegant, classy style into your wedding attire! The floral burnout print will be eye-catching without being overwhelming to the guests. These lilac bridesmaid dresses are perfect because they feature an eye-catching floral design on their fronts while still keeping with elegant style that is often seen at formal affairs such as weddings in this case.

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Pink and Purple

You can never go wrong with pink! When paired with purple, this timeless color scheme gets a brand new spin. The best part about these dresses is that there's no limit to how creative you can get. You can opt for sleek, sophisticated styles or playful prints; the only thing that matters is that these colors pop against your wedding decor!

This adds such a fun and unexpected twist on standard bridesmaid dresses! It gives off such a cute and classy vibe at the same time.

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Royal Blue

For a more traditional look, you can't go wrong with blue bridesmaid dresses. A dark shade of royal blue will be the perfect way to bring class and sophistication into your girls' getups. Imagine how gorgeous your wedding party will look posing gracefully under a pure-white wedding canopy!

When it comes to choosing the perfect bridesmaid dress color, there are endless options. View our Bridesmaid Dress Collection Here. One of these is jewel tones which include magenta pink, eggplant purple, sapphire blue, and jade green. Now go ahead and get shopping- we know your girls will appreciate this extra bit of consideration from you when it's time to order their dresses.

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