6th July 2018
7 bridal party dress colours that channel real summer vibes
While we do love dark and moody colours, summer calls for bright and beautiful shades!
1. Bright and blue
No colour invokes the thought and feel of summer more than a lovely shade of blue, especially on this sunny and sea-surrounded island. So why not choose it for your bridesmaids if you’re tying the knot in summer?
2. Shine and shimmer
Imagine a stunning shade of bronze or rose gold on your bridesmaids’ sun-kissed skin, tanned enough in time for your summer nuptials! Even with different styles, lengths and varieties of the same tone, you simply can’t get it wrong with metallic-inspired dresses.
3. Glamourous in green
Whether an emerald green shade, clover, hunter green or this rich and regal shade, we can totally picture this colour for a summer wedding. Imagine it in a fluid and shiny fabric such as silk – you and your bridesmaids will fall in love.
4. Pretty in pink
If you’ve chosen pink as a main colour for your wedding palette, then you’re seriously spoilt for choice. Rose gold, blush, old rose and nude all make for stunning options for your bridesmaids’ gowns – and we’re sure they’ll love the choice too!
5. Gorgeous in grey
Whoever said grey is a boring colour option for a wedding simply isn’t thinking straight – there are so many shades to choose from, and the lighter options in particular will look great for a summer do. Think stone grey, Wedgewood grey and even pale smoke.
6. All-white wonder
If you simply cannot settle on a colour, then white is the way to go. Some argue that choosing white for the bridal party takes attention off the bride, but we have to disagree. The bride and her ladies look completely harmonious in the same colour, and in a colour, no less, that’s a perfect choice for a summer wedding.
7. Drops of sunshine
Perfect for the carefree bride who loves colour, yellow is a vibrant choice that truly reflects the vibe of the day. Whether canary yellow, lemon, banana or butterscotch (those are their actual names, we promise), choosing the right shade is simply a matter of which one best suits your personality.