Choosing the right colour scheme for your big day can be a huge decision; the colour really sets the mood of the day and can add that extra sparkle you are looking for. Alexia Designs have added some new colours to their rainbow of colours already available in their bridesmaid dress collection, giving you inspiration to make the right colour choices for your wedding day.
Here are the top 5 bridesmaid colour trends for dresses to watch out for this year…
Add a splash of fun to your bridesmaid dresses with this minty fresh shade. You don’t need to worry about it being too bright that it takes the attention away from your dress, but it’s still a vibrant and happy colour which will look great on your girls any time of the year.
Feeling zesty? This colour will be perfect for your maids if you are having a spring or summer wedding, or even if you want to add some colour to a winter wedding. This colour shouts enthusiasm, creativity and happiness – everything you want your maids to be on your big day. Perfecto!
This colour is gorgeous and bright but soft at the same time. The great thing about this colour is that it is the on-trend shade for more than just one season. Amethyst is a very elegant colour so if you want your maids to look sophisticated on your big day, even after one or two glasses of champagne, Amethyst is the colour to go with.
This colour has definitely proved itself to be a huge hit for trend-setting brides-to-be in 2015. Say hello to our favourite colour of the season! We can picture this dress looking amazing at a destination wedding by the sea.
This colour lends itself to feminine bridesmaids in springtime. It looks great either on its own or matched with other pastel colours. If your maids are quite girly then this shade is sure to be a winner with them.
Alexia Designs have a variety of different styles, which can be ordered in these colours, and others – have a look on the website right here! If none of these shades appeal, don’t hesitate to check out the other hundreds of colours Alexia have to offer, from deep hues to ice cream shades. Yum!