We love all of the new trends and styles coming out for weddings in 2015! We asked Bridget Pope, owner of Bella Bridesmaid in Pittsburgh, to weigh in on the biggest bridesmaid trends of the year, and here is what she had to say.
“We're also seeing a lot of brides choose an Ombre palette of colors which can look beautiful when all put together,” Pope said. “Our bride Jessica chose a Charcoal, Graphite and Dove chiffon dresses by Amsale for her bridesmaids.” (Photo by Ryan Zarichnak)
“A bride will pick gray as the color and then choose three different shades of it and have it all woven into the bridal party,” Pope said.
This style can be used in any season, and with many different color palettes, dress materials and dress lengths.
You can use bright and bold colors
Or keep the ombre more subtle.
Neutrals with Sparkle
Add a bit of glam to your wedding with neutral (and sparkly) bridesmaids’ dresses. Inspired by the roaring 20s, your bridesmaids can all wear the same dress or mix it up with different dresses.
“Brides are really loving to bring in bling on their bridesmaids. Mixing and matching sparkle with different styles and colors of chiffon, lace and tulle can create a unique and fun look for a bridal party,” Pope said. “You can choose different styles with complementary colors and different dresses.”
“Our bride April chose Adrianna Papell style 091866700 in Taupe/Pink for 2 of her bridesmaids. Her other bridesmaids wore various styles of Joanna August in Silver Bells, I Want Candy, Paradise City and Tiny Dancer,” Pope said. (Photo by Veronica Varos Photography)
“Our bride Laura added subtle sparkle into her bridal party with two Jenny Yoo metallic lace dresses mixed with Twill Blush dresses,” Pope added. (Photo by Caitlin Thomas)
One of the biggest trends for 2015 is floral dresses – which you can mix and match or have your bridesmaids wear the same. Pope said that while the floral trend hasn’t officially hit Pittsburgh yet, it is huge in other parts of the country.
Remember to keep the flowers the bridesmaids carry simple so they won’t clash, and keep the color palette the same if you are choosing different dresses.
Lauren Conrad recently teased Instagram followers with this sneak peek of her bridesmaid dress collection, Paper Crown.
We love the incorporation of the bride’s cultural background in these dresses.
“We are also seeing a lot of the vintage/romantic look with our brides,” said Pope. “One of our most popular dresses is the Jenny Yoo Annabelle. This is a convertible dress which can be styled in a variety of different ways, allowing each bridesmaid to be unique and also comfortable! The dress comes in many gorgeous shades, and the neutrals have been the most popular. This dress also now comes in Metallic Gold Tulle.
“Our bride Margi's bridesmaids wore the Annabelle in Shadow Grey.” (As pictured below)
We love these romantic bridesmaid dresses from a wedding last year.
For even more bridesmaid inspiration, make sure to check out our Pinterest boards and our gallery pages. And remember to visit Bella Bridesmaid for all your bridesmaid needs!