With the temperatures going up (hallelujah!), the longer evenings treating us well and summer on our doorstep, we’re in great form! We adore the bright and vibrant shades of the season, and that’s exactly what we’re looking at today – beautiful bridesmaids colours we love for summer.
Choosing the perfect palette for your summer wedding is no mean feat – colours that compliment your style, venue and theme, as well as all your girls, it’s a decision not to be made too quickly. To help you out, here’s a little inspiration for your summer wedding, from pink to purple and yellow to blue, we’ve definitely found a shade to suit you and your girls.
Dusky blue beauties
Shades of blue are super calming and make a great colour for bridesmaids as there’s shade to suit every maids colouring.
How pretty are these pink dresses?! The shade screams summer in the best possible way and works perfectly with a bride in white.
Mix and Match Pastels
This colour combo, paired with the floral maids is a dreamy palette – don’t you agree?
Magical Mauve & Dusky Pink
This colour combo sounds a strange one but boy does it look pretty. The secret is to keep the style of dresses simple and let the contrasting colours work their magic.
Maddie Waters Photography via Rock My Wedding
Green & Gorgeous
Green works in every season, but for summer why not lighten things up with varying shades of green from mint to olive. Try to avoid very heavy emerald and hunter shades – save them for autumn and winter.
Adelyn Boling Photography
There’s nothing more cheery than maids in yellow, just be careful you choose the right shade to work with your girls colouring.
Zoe Brunner Photography
One dress, four colours all in the same pastel family – what’s not to love?
Via Fab Mood
Floral & Fabulous
Who would have thought two different floral patterns could work so well together! Keep the colours muted and you’ll not have a clash.
There isn’t a colour better suited to a summer wedding that vibrant coral. It reminds us off tropical isles, even if you’re still getting married in Ireland!
Via The Knot
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