EP Bridesmaid Style Inspiration

July 9, 2018

Rebecca Dimock/Elegant Productions

Short or long, strapless or halter, mismatched or identical, we love seeing how the bride tribe is dressed for a wedding day. We've collected some of our favourite Elegant Productions bridesmaids styles for some planning inspiration.

Navy blue floor length with lace and cap sleeves for Brittany's day. Her bridesmaids look elegant and glam with the gorgeous setting of Healy Farms. 

Photo by Brady McCloskey Photography

Mixed pastels with lovely textures and lace for Alyssa's bridesmaids. They pair perfectly with her Amsale classic and minimal gown. 

Photo by Brittany MacLeod Photography

Santana's bridesmaids wore beautiful grey Vera Wang floor length gowns that had the cutest little bows on the back and paired perfectly with the her glam reception at the Prince George Hotel. 

Photo by Brittany MacLeod Photography

Jenn's bridesmaids were pretty in pink. Who else is loving this high neckline? It's so flattering and really shows of the shoulders.

Photo by Steph MacKinnon Photography

Blush pink is perfect for Alex's maids and they look beautiful and feminine. We also love that Alex's maid of honour wore a slightly different dress in the same hue. 

Photography by Candace Berry Photography

It's hard not to feel like a princess in a blushing gown that flows beautifully in the breeze. Becca's bridesmaids had the loveliest floor length gowns in two different necklines and had the prettiest ruching.

Photography by Candace Berry Photography

We love when bridesmaids have different dresses in the same colour. They're able to choose a gown  that best flatters their body and they feel comfortable wearing, like Brittany's bridesmaids did. 

Photography by Candace Berry Photography

Mismatched in navy and pastel tones were perfect for Chantal's wedding day. Her reception was filled with bright pops of colour grounded with navy blue. We love that each of these dresses speaks to the bridesmaids personal styles. 

Photo by David McVicar Photography

Cheryl's wedding day was glam and filled with luxe elements. We love that these cabernet coloured gowns went perfectly with the rest of the decor. The strapless sweetheart neckline was so elegant.

Photography by Candace Berry Photography

Why not make your bridesmaids your something blue? Kaitlyn's ladies wore floor length breezy gowns which were perfect for her cliffside wedding at the Keltic Lodge.

Photo by Cooked Photography

As you know, we're pretty partial to dusty purple so these dresses are all heart eyes for us and they flowed in the breeze beautifully at Liz's Seaport Market rooftop ceremony.

Photo by Cooked Photography

Crystal dressed her bridesmaids and bridesman in navy blue that reminded us of the ocean waves which fit perfectly for her seaside ceremony.

Photography by Candace Berry Photography

Yep, we couldn't stop raving about D'Arcy's bridesmaids in their dusty pastels either. They co-ordinate perfectly, can everything just be in this palette? 

Photography by Candace Berry Photography

J.Crew jumpsuits, yes please! Erin's bridesmaids wore these adorable polkadot ensembles and one of the best things about them is that they can totally wear them again.

Photo by This is Photography

Dusty rose is definitely a trend that we think is here to stay, it's so elegant and feminine, plus it flatters so many skin tones. Lauren's bridesmaids were a vision in these floor length gowns. 

Photo by Brittany MacLeod Photography

Joanne's bridesmaids wore pale blue dresses that were simple in the most elegant way. They flatter all six women beautifully and they can easily be worn as a dressy summer frock after the wedding.

Photo by Evan McMaster Photography

Jacqueline's bridesmaids wore blush that beautifully into her outdoor summer wedding that was filled with beautiful pink floral and was set in an apple orchard. 

Photography by Candace Berry Photography

Katherine's bridesmaids wore mismatched gowns in shades of blush pink. All together they are perfection and compliment each other so well.

Photography by Candace Berry Photography

Kelly's black tie wedding was an elegant south shore affair and her bridesmaids were a vision in their floor length grey lace gowns. 

Photography by Candace Berry Photography

Laura dressed her bridesmaids in floor length white gowns that were reminiscent of greek goddesses. She also had (adult) flower girls who wore short white dress and pretty flower crowns. 

Photography by Candace Berry Photography

BHLDN has some beautiful gowns and is the perfect place to mix and match dresses. That's what Lauren and her bridesmaids did. They each look so stunning on their own and brought together they're even better.

Photography by Candace Berry Photography

White dresses in all different silhouettes were perfect for Laura's white wedding. She also had some bridesmaids wearing maternity styles, so it was key to let them chose their styles. We're loving the white bridesmaid dress trend so much!

Photo by Chantal Routhier Photography

Morgan's bridesmaids wore the neatest dresses that you can create your own neckline with. They have two straps at the top that can be twisted into so many different styles. They all went with the one shoulder look, which was so pretty.

Photography by Candace Berry Photography

These beautiful blue dresses had the most beautiful flowing skirts and open backs. Nicolle even borrowed one for her engagement photos.

Photography by Candace Berry Photography

These dresses were so perfect that you may have seen them earlier in the list. We can see why Ellen chose them, we would too.

Photo by Shauna Ross Photography

Rowan's bridesmaids wore separates. A chic navy blue long sleeved top paired with a colourful tea length skirt made for an unforgettable style. The skirts were made by a local fashion designer Elle Musset. AND they had pockets! 

Photography by Candace Berry Photography

Ok, so Skylar's bridesmaids dresses are like out of our dream closet. They colours, textures and details compliment each other perfectly and we want every single one in our own wardrobe. 

Photography by Candace Berry Photography

These understated pale blue dresses tied in perfectly to Shea's pastel wedding day. Also, can we just talk about how they make her eyes pop?! What are friends for right. 

Photography by Candace Berry Photography

One shoulder peony pink dresses on Kristine's bridesmaid were so feminine and they had a beautiful Grecian style draped element that made them look like goddesses.

Photo by Terri-Lynn Warren Photography

Seafoam green was a perfect natural and earthy colour for Hannah's bridesmaids. They pulled tones straight for the bouquets and they looked gorgeous together. 

Photo by Nicole Lapierre Photography

Mis-matched floor length gowns in pretty pastels look stunning with the contrast of these beautiful florals and that pop of dark red in the ribbons. Leigh and her ladies look perfectly elegant with a touch of boho.

Photo by Shaeline Faith Photography

The prettiest pale blue with off the shoulder ruffles for Christina's bestie. It was perfect for the seaside ceremony and reception.

Photo by Nicole Lapierre Photography

Chelsea's bridesmaids gowns were all in the prettiest merlot colour in different styles, with all of them to the floor. The pops or red in the bouquets tied in perfectly!

Photo by Terri-Lynn Warren Photography

Blush pinks with sequins, lace and all the pretty flowers! Don't you know blush is the new black? We love seeing variations on the light pink look.

Photo by Nicole Lapierre Photography

We may be biased we but we love these dusty purple gowns designed by Azazie! Don't they look like the most gorgeous princesses walking through the vineyard?

Photo by Candace Berry Photography

Peach, pale pink and white made Steph's bridesmaids co-ordinate perfectly. We are seeing more and more mis-matched bridesmaids and we are HERE FOR IT!

Photo by Candace Berry Photography

These corals dresses are summer summed up! They flowed beautifully at Hillary's outdoor ceremony and each maid looked oh-so-pretty.

Photo by Nicole Lapierre Photography

These pale pink dresses are so flattering on Emily's bridesmaids, we absolutely love the necklines and those trains!

Photo Terri-Lynn Warren Photography

Beautiful blue off the shoulder ruffles and flowing hemlines remind us of the gorgeous ocean at White Point Beach Resort where Allie tied the knot.

Photo by Candace Berry Photography

These pretty pleated dresses are so cute, we love the little embellished belts, but our favourite part is that these bridesmaids can easily wear these dresses again to a party or cocktail occasion.

Photo by Evan McMaster

These shades of purple are to die for! We are so in love with how these gorgeous dresses compliment each other and the flowers. Jill's bridesmaids did a great job sourcing their own dresses in a colour palette Jill supplied them. This is such a great way to ensure each woman feels great in their gown and absolutely loves it.  

Photo by Cooked Photography

Sarah's bridesmaids double as her something blue in these pretty gowns. The hemlines are so pretty and show off their strappy shoes. 

Photo by Candace Berry Photography

These ruby red dresses are wrap style, that means you can wear them in any way you want! Halter, cross back, one should or strapless. The options are endless.

Photo by Kate Hayder Photography

Stunning layered skirts and lace details makes these dresses standout. Don't Mel's bridesmaids look like mermaids?!

Photo by Mackenzie Jane Photo

We don't often see patterned bridesmaid dresses, but we love them when we do! This subtle floral is bringing us back to warm summer days.

Photo by Chantal Routhier Photography

The most popular trend for wedding dresses in 2018 was definitely mis-matched dresses. Just like Jonel's bridesmaids. 

Photo by Chantal Routhier Photography

As you can see bridesmaid looks come in all different styles and can really be matched to the look and feel of the wedding day. We hope you got some great ideas for your wedding or if you're going to be a bridesmaid some ideas for your bride.