2019 Weddings: Bridesmaid Dresses
First up, (above) not bridesmaid dresses, but rather a couple who opted to not have a wedding party, but did a FABULOUS job coordinating their family’s attire for the wedding portraits. How chic does this group look? I’m in love. If you can swing this with at least your immediate family, why wouldn’t you?!
Dusty rose and pale lavender are still popular colors for bridesmaid gowns.
Something Blue: Bridesmaid Gowns
Does anyone look bad in light blue? I’m honestly asking. I have blue eyes, so I wear a lot of blue as it is. But all of these ladies look fabulous in their blue bridesmaid dresses.
Jewel-Tones: Bridesmaid Dresses
I saw these bridesmaid dresses in the spring, summer and fall! Having a rich -colored hue of dress will immediately elevate the formality of the fashion, especially if the dresses are full length.
Above, that is not the groom, that is a bridesman! His bowtie matched the bridesmaid dresses. There was also a groomsmaid in this wedding party – she also wore a burgundy gown.
Bridesmaid robes aren’t going away, and if you want a photo in them, it should be a part of the timeline, because it will have to be after hair & make up is completed, but before anyone can start to get dress (obvi.) The overall impact on this decision is an earlier start to the hair and make up schedule.
If you like looking at photos of bridesmaid gowns, you are in luck. Here are my round ups of 2018 bridesmaid dresses, 2017 bridesmaid attire, 2016 bridesmaid dresses and 2015 bridesmaid fashion.
And if you want to see more from my 2019 weddings, I’ve already written about cakes, men’s attire, bouquets, shoes, and wedding data.