Blush bridesmaid dresses have been a popular pick on the bridesmaid dress circuit for a long time, but this year the shade has had a bit of an upgrade and bounced back stronger than ever.
Forget any previous peachy hues: the shade, also known as “nostalgia rose”, has taken over as a richer pink with hints of mauve.
Blush bridesmaid dresses have been impossible to escape from on recent bridal runways, and we aren’t surprised! The colour is feminine, universally flattering and oh-so elegant. Whether your wedding dress is bright white or a beautiful champagne, blush will work so well alongside it.
New styles are popping up here, there and everywhere, so whether you want a long embellished style or you’re swaying towards knee length chiffon, there really is endless choice.
Here are our favourite blush bridesmaid dresses that you and your bridal party will love.
Kelsey Rose – 18608F High Ruffle Dress
Elegance is the name of the game with this Kelsey Rose dress: the ruffled high neckline is both feminine and flattering, and the soft chiffon makes for the perfect material to dance the night away. Although this blush bridesmaid dress would look chic without any accessories, if you did want to add a personal touch then you could present your girls with flower crowns. They’ll work wonders with the elegant dress style and result in the ultimate summer wedding chic.
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ASOS DESIGN – Flutter Sleeve Maxi Dress
ASOS have the ability to pull through time and time again, and they’ve certainly not let us down with this lovely pleated blush bridesmaid dress. Part of their “design” line, this dress falls effortlessly to the floor. The vertical pleated detailing elongates the body and the lace detailing adds a welcome bohemian twist. Oh, and it’s only £75. What’s not to love?!
Colour by Kenneth Winston – 5318 Sweetheart Dress
If your wedding is a lavish affair then Kenneth Wilson piece is the bridesmaid dress for you. It is gloriously simple and the sweetheart neckline is balanced out nicely by the floor skimming skirt length. The back drops down into a flattering V shape while the straps are thin and dainty. Treat your girls to a beautiful up do and they’ll blow your wedding party away.
Romantica – Gail Empire Line Dress
There’s so much to love about this Romantica blush bridesmaid dress, namely the cowl back which is totally on trend both on and off the wedding circuit. It is complimented by the forever-flattering beaded empire line: a glamorous twist to a timeless style. This dress would be the perfect addition to a traditional wedding party.
Monsoon – Angelina Embellished Maxi Dress
Here at Hitched we are all about detailing, so this piece by Monsoon immediately caught our eye. Hand-sewn sequins fan from the waistline making for a flattering fit for all. What’s more, the silhouette is vintage inspired, so if you’re all about a retro-themed wedding day to remember, then this is your bridesmaid dress pick.
Ghost – Sylvia Maxi Dress
This blush bridesmaid dress screams Hollywood glamour, so if you want your bridesmaids to resemble the most glamorous of movie stars, you’ll absolutely love this style. Flattering for all body shapes and totally timeless, this piece is quite simply breathtaking. We love.
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David’s Bridal: White by Vera Wang – One Shoulder Dress
One shoulder styles are all the rage, and they’re a big hit with us here at Hitched. Although this dress by David’s Bridal comes in a range of colour ways, we love the blush pink. The satin sash contrasts nicely against the chiffon dress and makes for an ultra-flattering waistline. Your girls will feel a million dollars walking down the aisle before you in these.
Monsoon – Blondie Embellished Maxi Dress
Because just one embellished dress was never going to be enough. This blush bridesmaid dress by Monsoon would get the Hitched stamp of approval over and over again: it has a V cut back, sheer neckline and hand sewn beads. The full length skirt, which skims the ankles just in time to show off a pair of gorgeous heels, will float delicately in the breeze at your spring wedding. Perfection.
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Ellie Wilde – EW218443S Mini Dress
Brides on the look-out for a short, sexy and playful bridal party dress should seriously consider this piece by Ellie Wilde: a brand we can always rely on to pull out the stops with extravagant shapes and fabrics. The metallic corded lace might not be completely classic, but the delicate colour way pulls it back a few notches closer to tradition. As long as you keep the maids’ hair down to avoid the dress looking too prom-night-esque, this piece could be a show stopper.
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ASOS DESIGN – Pleated Panelled Short Sleeve Midi Dress
Another steal from ASOS, this time in the form of a beautifully cut midi-dress. The floaty sleeves are forever flattering whilst the open back adds a really nice touch to an otherwise traditional cut. The below-knee length makes for a great style for shorter bridesmaids who might not suit full length dresses. At £65, you can’t really go wrong.
Chi Chi London – Allanna Dress
Not only would this blush bridesmaid dress work wonderfully at a summer celebration, but the colour would pop against dark grey or burgundy colour schemes at winter weddings too. The cut is what drew us to this piece. The dip hem looks great on and allows your girls to show off their shoes! The sweetheart neckline is a flattering touch, and if you’re wearing a lace wedding dress, then a nod to lace in the bridesmaids’ outfits can be a lovely idea.
Quiz – Bardot Embroidered Maxi Dress
This is our bargain dress of the edit; you’d never guess you could get a bridesmaid dress for under £50 as gorgeous as this one. We love the Bardot neckline and delicate embroidery. Compliment the neckline with a silver necklace which sits above the collarbones and your bridesmaids will twinkle in the light!
Ted Baker – Scalloped Bodycon Dress in Harmony Floral
If you’re getting married in the summer and want your bridal party to encapsulate that, then opt for a floral dress. The print on this Ted Baker number is understated and allows you to dress your girls in something a little different without going OTT. The Bardot neckline is flattering and super fashion forward, whilst the midi length will be nice and cool in the warmer weather. Pair this with some strappy heeled sandals and they’ll be good to go.
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So there we have it: a roundup of the most beautiful blush bridesmaid dresses currently on the market, perfect alone or as part of a line-up of mismatched bridesmaids dresses. Take your pick and thank us later.