How to do mismatched bridesmaids flawlessly

Mismatched bridesmaid outfits aren’t necessarily a new thing, but the diversely dressed yet cohesive bridal party look has definitely gained popularity over the last year. This look is a great opportunity to get your leading ladies involved,  have fun, and make your wedding truly personal, but it can be daunting, so let’s break it down…

When it comes to choosing the colour or colours of your mismatched bridesmaid dresses, you have two main options: a colour palate (e.g. pastels, jewel tones, multi-coloured etc.), or a general colour (e.g. blues). Following this, consider the fabric, how short or long the dresses will be, and whether or not and what type of embellishment they will have. Then the fun part – accessorising! Will your bridesmaids wear different accessories or matching? Which colours and materials will you choose?

To spur your imagination, we’ve put together an inspiration board, below. We combined sorbet shade bridesmaid dresses with complimenting RibbonsFlowers and Feathers. We hope you enjoy putting your bridesmaid looks together as much as we did!

Photographs: Camilla Lucinda Photography. Location: Askham Hall. Hair: Peaches & Cream Wedding Hair. Makeup: Lauren Amy Makeup. Dresses: Ghost from Mia Bridal. Flowers: V V Rouleaux founder Annabel Lewis. Ribbons, trims, & accessories: V V Rouleaux.

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