Continuing the search for the elusive perfect bridesmaids dress – that is one that is both affordable and fashionable, cute and wearable, plus of course liked by both bridesmaids and bride; which I started a few weeks ago with the LBBD post (that is Little or Long Black Bridesmaids Dresses) today I bring you Ivory! As the traditional colour for brides, it may not be the first choice for bridesmaids dresses, however 18 months after THE Royal Wedding (and who wouldn’t want to look like Pippa Middleton in that fabulous Alexander McQueen Dress) it is a colour that is only growing in popularity. It is especially perfect for a bride who wants to shy away from ivory herself….
Gold Yarra Valley Wedding from Ruffled
To help you steal this glam brides look here are some super chic ivory bridesmaids dresses…..
Chic Chantelle Dress by Darling from Ruche
Tulip Dress from ASOS
Gather Ye Rosebuds Dress from ModCloth
Ribboned Garland Dress from BHLDN
Romantic Texas Ranch Wedding from Green Wedding Shoes
Or how about a touch of sparkle for glam bridesmaids…..
Twinkle Dress from BHLDN
Elegance with a Sparkle from ModCloth
Lipsy Embellished Bodice Dress from ASOS
Sequin Stash Dress from BHLDN
Babydoll Dress with Sequin Bodice from ASOS
Dropwing Dresss from BHLDN
Australian Wedding from One Lovely Day
Or lace makes for bridesmaids dresses that are both timeless and cute…..
Ella Marlene Dress from Ruche
Anna Sui Ivory Lace Dress
Pretty Strapless Lace Dress from ASOS
Lace Bodice Dress from ModCloth
Marianne Dress from BHLDN
Lyrical Sea Lily Dress from ModCloth
Or for a more rustic feel, mix and match cute styles….
Little Mistress Embellished Waist Dress from ASOS
Crochet Detail Dress from Ruche
Gate Expectations from ModCloth
Addison Eve from Ruche
Long Bridesmaids Dresses from Style Me Pretty
Long bridesmaids dresses will always be elegant…..
Isla Dress from Ruche
Noelle from Ruche
De Rigueur Dress from BHLDN
Ethereal Girl Dress from ModCloth
I think Coloured Wedding Dresses and Ivory Bridesmaids dresses may well be the way forward! What do you think? Would you choose ivory for your bridesmaids?