1/7 Play up the contrasts. Neutral colours paired with the right shade of flowers can create a unified look that really pops. This Four Seasons Resort Palm Beach bride chose grey chiffon dresses from J.Crew, which beautifully complement bouquets of light pink roses.
2/7 Modern cuts and necklines in flowing fabrics can really dress up a casual beach wedding without seeming out of place. Try shades of emerald or other, more muted, green tones to tie in hints of nature in an updated way.
3/7 Add some variety by choosing different shades of the same colour. This Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok bride alternated light and dark shades of purple, creating a dynamic vision for her bridal party. Who says they all have to match?
4/7 Forever in style, the colour black is a popular choice for more formal affairs, like this Four Seasons Resort The Biltmore Santa Barbara wedding. If you’re going to go formal, don’t hold back. Your bridesmaids’ dresses can help set the tone for your entire wedding.
5/7 Have a favourite colour? Just go for it! If you love pink, like one of our Four Seasons Hotel Sydney brides does, there’s no reason it shouldn’t be a big part of your wedding. Picking multiple shades can also help keep brighter colours from being too overwhelming.
6/7 Don’t forget about the littlest member of the bridal party—the flower girl. A unique red headpiece and bright bouquet add youthful flair when paired with a sophisticated white dress for an intimate Florence wedding.
7/7 Sashes are a great way to add some colour. If your flower girls are wearing white, like these Maui darlings, add a sash or other accents—like floral headbands—that match your bridesmaids’ dresses.
Possibly the second-most-important style decision any bride has to make is how to dress her bridesmaids. From colours to cuts to making sure your girls are comfortable standing alongside you at the altar, the selection process can be difficult—but so much fun. Here are some great ideas from
real Four Seasons weddings to help inspire your bridal party fashions.