Scrolling for spring and summer bridal party dresses? The trends of the season are here. Though trendy fashion can come and go, we’re absolutely leaning into the mismatched-ness that many brides are choosing. Whether you’re in your English garden era or embracing bold, summery hues we have you and your besties covered with inspiration.
One: English Garden Party
Delicate floral motifs in a soft shade of blue dance across the dresses of these lovely ladies in our Canada Spring/Summer issue. Designed by V. Chapman who is known for creating pieces that are reminiscent of having tea and cake in an English garden on a summer afternoon. What’s not to love about sporting the same pattern in different silhouettes?
Photos by Anya Kernes
Two: Pretty in Pastels
Pastels will forever be oh-so perfect for spring nuptials. With shades like blush and pale blue, sherbet yellow, lilac and lavender, and fresh mint the possibilities are endless. This darling bridal party donned light pink and yellow as a nod to cherry blossom trees. Order your copy of Utah Spring/Summer to see more.
Photos by Kenzie Victory
Three: Organic & Earthy
Warm, earthy, and organic is the dress code. When you marry in the Rocky Mountains it only makes sense to have the bridesmaids attire match the natural surroundings. Think green hues such as sage, moss, and olive. We love how bride Jacqueline, Executive Health + Fitness Director of Women’s Health incorporated subtle floral prints while keeping it natural. Flip through Colorado Spring/Summer’s cover winner to check it out!
Photos by Kaylea Moreno
Four: Candy-Colored Crew
Bright, bold colors are dominating the aisle. From fuchsia pink to juicy tangerine orange this extroverted palette is certainly bringing a pop of personality to the wedding celebration. To further up the ante opt for satin dresses, not only are they light and airy, but will surely elevate the mood. See more of this colorful affair in National V8.
Photos by Tish Carlson
Five: Floral Frenzy
We know what you’re thinking: this belongs in the same category as garden party. Rest assured, this bridal squad is serving up whimsy looks with a twist. We’re calling this floral frenzy a wild success for checking all the boxes. Cute, classic, and charmingly fun. You can find this wedding in our upcoming Idaho magazine on stands this summer.
Photos by Montana Lee