Planning the happiest day of your life is very important so we are back again with even more advice as to just how to make the day as perfect as you always dreamed of. This time with a focus on the all-important colour scheme and how to decide on the colours for your supporting ladies glamorous look.
Give your bridesmaids an extra elegant feel, in the Bardot pleated maxi dress, £65 in emerald green a classic long length figure flattering occasion dress.
Goddiva has so many different colours of dresses for your bridesmaids so they can be drafted into your wedding colour scheme easily giving you less to worry about and more time to enjoy planning the big day.
What are traditional colours for bridesmaids’ dresses?
The colours that brides traditionally opt for when dressing their bridesmaids vary greatly. In previous years popular shades for Goddiva bridesmaid dresses and the most popular selling dresses have been in reds, navy blue’s and emerald greens, great eye catching bold colours that look fantastic in professional photographs. Other colours that are very popular for bridesmaid dresses are silvers; pinks and champagne shades are increasingly envogue as these are colours, which bridesmaids can wear throughout any season.
The front twist Bardot maxi, £49 is an obvious choice for bridesmaids available in both red and emerald green, this dress will have your squad looking and feeling elegant throughout the whole day.
When choosing colour for a group of different people like your best friends and family members in the wedding party the colours and dress styles really need to be complimentary to all complexions, shapes and sizes. These bridesmaid dress colours are easily adorned with sequins, embellishments or plain in a selection of materials.
Tradition isn’t for everyone and as its your big day you should also go with what you and your partner feel suits your celebration and how you want the overall days theme to appear in precious memorial pictures when looking back on the day in future years to come.
What colour pallet is best for my bridesmaids?
Finding a colour pallet, which is fitting for your bridesmaids all boils, down to what colour suits them all and you so that you as one look like a team and the wedding party is easily recognisable to your guests. The best way to do this to do lots of colour research, what flowers do you like? Also what flowers are in season around your wedding date? There is no point in having your heart set on peony’s for a winter wedding as they are only in season late Spring, vice versa sunflowers if part of your desired theme dictate the date you can wed. Making friends with your chosen florist is a great idea so that they can advise what flowers are available to you on your chosen date You may find that the dress you love doesn’t look as great as you thought in the colour to match your theme so its all a case of trial and error to see which beautiful Goddiva bridesmaid gown suits your flowers and venue.
Take inspiration from Goddiva bride Hannah and let flowers be the cue to your theme, bridesmaids wear sequin and chiffon maxi dress, £99 in blush also available in navy, silver, emerald, powderblue and lavender accessorised with white floral hand tie arrangements.
Classic navy cowl back sequin and chiffon maxi dress, £65 also available in champagne. This Goddiva bridal party look beautiful with classic navy sequin and chiffon gowns with contrast coloured hand tie bouquets
What are unique colours that my bridesmaids can wear?
Unusual colours that brides have been choosing for their bridal team are cerise pinks, mint greens, tropical oranges or even vibrant limes. These colours are more fitting to summer weddings, but will also give a bright touch to a winter wedding. Winter weddings are increasingly popular and Disney Frozen’s Ice queen Elsa has led the way for our powder blue shade to be very popular. These ladies look fantastic in their powder blue Goddiva dresses in different styles but the colour palette unites them in use as bridesmaid dresses.
Goddiva criss-cross back sequin maxi dress, £59 and sequin and chiffon belted midi dress, £49 and one shoulder chiffon and sequin maxi dress,£59 all in powder blue but available in a large range of colour
Do my bridesmaids all have to wear the same colour?
Traditionally, bridesmaids are all in the same colour, that way it is easier to pick them out from the crowd so they don’t look like a guest. But, what a lot of brides are doing nowadays is having the same colour dresses but different styles of bridesmaid dress to flatter each ladies figure. Another popular approach brides are having in recent years are picking a contrast of two colours and having bridesmaids standing in alternate colours for professional photography this can be a nice modern affect to a traditional group shot. Another thing that some brides do is have their bridesmaids in one colour and have their maid of honour in another i.e. bridesmaids in a blush while the maid of honour may wear cerise pink. There are no rules when it comes to modern marriages yourself and your partner writes those, as it’s your day!
Goddiva champagne sequin and chiffon maxi dress, £69 also available in navy, rose, powder blue, lavender, mint and peach
All dresses available from Goddiva, most importantly always remember to take time enjoy your special day!