It goes without saying that I am a huge fan of mismatched bridesmaids dresses. It allows your maids to be a in dress that they are comfortable in, highlights your individual style, and that shows that you aren't afraid to do something a bit outside of the box.
For our wedding, we selected mismatching champagne colored street-length dresses. (I actually purchased most of them at H&M!) The muted color pallet allowed me to throw in some cute coral shoes, bright flowers, and turquoise jewelry without being too over the top with color.
|Our wedding with my GORGEOUS bridesmaids. On Style Me Pretty, photographed by Bobbi + Mike |
It's okay to have dresses that are not in the same exact color. Different shades and hues of of the same or similar colors can coordinate with each really well.
|Incredible mint and turquoise pallet courtesy of Style Me Pretty|
This is a beautiful color pallet with mismatched light gray bridesmaid dresses mixed in with a couple of ivory ones.
Courtesy of Style Me Pretty
What an incredible look--light colored mismatched bridesmaid dresses in the snow. Ivory, white, and cream, it's just not for brides anymore. And how about that fur wrap!?!
|Courtesy of Green Wedding Shoes|
I love the ruffle details on the dresses. Very femme.
|Courtesy of Bethany Gilbert Photography|
|Courtesy of Love and Lavender|