Your wedding is finally here, you have been to pick out one of the custom made engagement rings and are ready for the big day! One of the most important decisions you’ll make is who stands next to you on this monumental day. Bridesmaids dress trends are continually coming and going. Some are only around for a while while others are timeless. Bridesmaidwire.com is taking a look at our favorite trends in the upcoming 2022 wedding season.
What’s the color of the day? White! It’s not just for the bride anymore. The pristine white color has become a modern wedding staple. What a brilliant way to add a fresh, crisp element to the bride’s entourage. Check out our very own Content Curator, Lauren, who is an ambassador for the amazing pilate socks from ToeSox, who incorporated the trend into her luxe modern wedding.
The color blush is a versatile, feminine, and elegant accent color for wedding dresses. A bride can dress her bridesmaids in this shade to create a cohesive look. And it’s also a great transition color that pairs well with a variety of shades and patterns. Blush is a great choice for spring or summer weddings as it complements the wildflowers that start blooming then.
Bridesmaids are no longer stuck with one dress — they can get a dress that suits their individual style and body type. The bride has the opportunity to choose a color that suits their skin and compliments the flowers being used for their bouquet. Don’t you just love this photo of radiant bridesmaids outfitted in different jewel tone dresses that match the bride’s choices?
Today, many brides are opting to have their bridesmaids wear different dresses. This decision is great for a couple of reasons. First, it allows the bridesmaid to choose something that’s more comfortable and fits her body type. It also lets the bride’s closest friends show off their personality with a color that complements their skin tone. We love this bridal party of ladies all wearing different jewel tone dresses, matching the bride’s choice of flowers.
Fall is just around the corner, which means that your wedding colors are about to change. There are two trends that you should be aware of: incorporating your bridesmaids in patterns and incorporating colors like yellow, amber, and red. The colors will complement the changing leaves and bring a different level of vibrancy that is perfect for fall.