Tips to score high on the mismatched bridesmaids trend


Bridesmaid style has come a long way. Gone are the days of everyone wearing the same dress. Today, brides are mixing it up with mismatched bridesmaid dresses, creating truly unique ensembles featuring gorgeous gowns with different styles, fabrics, hemlines, and colors. The trend allows you to highlight each individual woman and ensure she’s wearing a dress that makes her feel great.

1. embrace the versatility of “mismatched-ness” within your bridal party by opting for different colors. Keep in mind that while rainbows are pretty

2.By committing to the same hue yet allowing for options in style and design, you’re acknowledging a golden rule that all bridesmaids can appreciate: Not every dress is flattering for every person

3.Bridesmaids looking beautiful here while appreciating the freedom of choice and are sure to be comfortable and happy.

4.Also, If you’re going to commit to using different bridesmaid dresses, you might just want to go all out. Let your bridesmaid understand and act on the theme.

5.You can stick within the same family and play with different tones and hues or use the palette of your wedding inspiration while shopping and selecting. 

6.In the true spirit of mismatching, brides often choose different length bridesmaid dresses. Just be sure that there is a good mix of lengths. 

7.A lot of brides love the idea of giving their bridesmaids a color and the freedom to shop, try it with a trail run to make sure everything was in place during your big day 

8.The beauty of having various bridesmaid dresses is that each girl can feel beautiful and confident in their own look while still fitting into your desired vision and color scheme.

9.Create a visual mood board to communicate your vision with your crew. Include swatch colors, dress silhouettes, and inspo photos of what you picture the group to look like on the big day. 

10.Don’t forget the flowers! When it comes to both different cuts and colors in your bridesmaids’ dresses, the perfect way to tie it all together is with neutral and simple matching bouquets.