Floral Bridesmaid Dresses: 25 Looks Your Maids Will Adore

If you're looking for pretty ways to incorporate flowers into your day, consider choosing one of these lovely floral dresses for your girls


If you’ve found your own dream gown but still need to hunt down the perfect dresses for your maids, then consider one of these stunning floral bridesmaid dresses for a playful and unique look. If you’re planning to tie the knot in a pretty summer wedding venue, then you’ll certainly give a nod your surroundings if you incorporate floral details throughout the bridalwear. We’ve done the hard work for you and have compiled an edit with 25 different designs that you and your maids will love.



The great thing about the bridesmaid dresses from Twobirds is that they are multiway, which means you can style them in over 15 different ways. Whilst the versatile bodice is a great feature of the dress, we can’t stop staring at that incredible ruffled rose skirt.


Lady V London

Our very own designer Heather (pictured below with her bridesmaids) chose a range of 50s style vintage bridesmaid dresses from Lady V London for her best girls. The beautiful swing dresses she picked featured different floral prints for each of her bridesmaids. The gowns fit right in with her amazing retro themed celebration!


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If you’re looking for a fashionable selection of floral dresses for your bridesmaids, then ASOS offers some great styles. This halter neck dress has a romantic floral print and a delicate blush colour that would suit a spring wedding.


This gown’s sheer pink skirt and 3D floral detail makes it a must have for a super stylish bridesmaid. It’s less than £500 and they can wear it again if they want to – what’s not to love? This dress proves that you don’t necessarily have to go for head to toe print if you’re looking for floral bridesmaid dresses.

This style would also make a wonderful summer dress for your wedding guests if you’re not too keen on it for your maids.


If you’re planning a festival themed wedding, then a floaty bridesmaid dress with a floral print would be a fitting look for your bridal party. We’re liking the 70s vibe of this batwing sleeve floor length dress.


Kelsey Rose

If you want your girls in head to toe florals but they’re not keen on prints then don’t get frustrated just yet – take a look at the stunning 50162 bridesmaid dress from Kelsey Rose. The delicate lace overlay and elegant column shape is sure to please even the pickiest bridesmaid.


Vivien of Holloway

Vintage inspired brand Vivien of Holloway are renowned for their glamorously retro frocks. Their wedding department is filled with the nicest floral bridesmaid dresses, all of which have a 1940s and 50s influence. Your bridesmaids will love their selection of flattering halterneck styles if they’re inspired by these fashionable eras.



British Retro

Now here’s a colourful way to do the bridesmaid dresses – take a look at the British Retro gowns from Nadine and Sam’s real wedding. The contrasting blue and pink floral print of this bridesmaid’s dress is made even more eye catching with a frilly pink petticoat.



This unique tea length dress from Debut at Debenhams looks like it’s stepped straight off the catwalk! The illustrated style floral skirt is contrasted with an eye catching blue lace bodice for a totally on trend bridal party look.



This pretty peach bridesmaid dress from Dessy has the dreamiest design. The long tulle length skirt is complemented with a floral lace overlay at the bodice. This romantic gown should be paired with simple accessories and a sophisticated hairstyle.


Alexia Designs

The 152S bridesmaid dress from Alexia Designs is ever so pretty. If you’re looking for one shoulder bridesmaid dresses with a floral touch then your girls are sure to adore this knee length number. Style 152S is also available as a floor length style if you’d prefer not to have short bridesmaid dresses.


Miss Selfridge

This beautiful blue bridesmaid dress from Miss Selfridge is a lovely, summery look that your bridesmaids will adore – and will even want to wear again! A lacy floral design is a softer alternative to a bold print.


Little Mistress

If you want a sweet and sophisticated look for your bridesmaids then look no further than this elegant belted number from Little Mistress. There’s also a curvy range which stocks a gorgeous selection of plus size bridesmaid dresses.



This stunning A-line dress from Monsoon is a must have for bridesmaids who don’t do girly florals. The black top is a unique look for your bridal party and the pretty printed skirt keeps it wedding-appropriate.


New Look

If you don’t want to completely blow the budget then did you know that you can find fabulous bridesmaid dresses on the high street? We think this off the shoulder dress from New Look is a gorgeous choice and the soft floral print lends itself well to the ruffled neckline. Can you believe it’s less than £30?


Stylish bridal separates are currently all the rage right now, but have you considered this look for your bridesmaids? New look do a separate top and skirt version of the previous dress that would put a modern spin on your bridesmaids’ looks. The elegant floral print and ruffled top stops the outfit looking too ‘girls night out’.


Phase Eight

This embellished full length dress from Phase Eight is glamorous and dramatic thanks to the black floral detailing and deep red colour. The high neckline and keyhole detail also tick the trend boxes, so your bridesmaids will feel super fashionable. This daring dress would look great if you’re having a winter wedding – especially if you’ve opted for a gothic wedding dress.


This pretty fit and flare dress from Phase Eight would make a stunning floral bridesmaid dress for a spring or summer wedding. The oversized floral print is embroidered onto organza to give an interesting mix of textures and the A-line shape is super flattering. An all-round winner!


If you want to bring Gatsby glamour to your big day, we think this full length nude dress from Phase Eight would be a glitzy choice for your bridesmaids. We love the gown’s unique take on florals with its sequinned gold detail – it would go well with a 1920s wedding dress.


Bridesmaids by Romantica

For another alternative to a bold floral print, the lacy rose detail on the Poppy dress from Bridesmaids by Romantica is a pretty choice for your maids. Although it’s pictured here as a pink bridesmaid dress, the Poppy style is also available in more colours which makes it suitable for weddings at any time of year.



This beautiful Topshop dress is a stunning alternative look for your best girls. The sheer overlay is scattered with floral embellishment which softens the dark colour. Pair with a crown of dark red flowers to give a boho twist to the dress. Check out our guide to making your own flower crown if you’re feeling creative.


If you’re looking for the perfect shoes to complete your bridesmaids’ looks, then take a look at our edit of stunning silver bridesmaid shoes.