17 Times Mix and Match Bridesmaids Gave Us Style Goals

We can't get enough of these super stylish real life bridesmaids in mismatched bridesmaid dresses!


If you want your bridal party to look totally Instagram-worthy, make sure you follow the mismatched bridesmaid trend. We’ve rounded up 17 gorgeous sets of bridesmaids who pulled it off perfectly to inspire you.


Mint Green and Pastel Pink

Be inspired by Editor of Hitched, Caroline Bradley, who opted for mix and match bridesmaids’ dresses in pastel pink and mint green. Not only did she choose different colours, but also opted for different styles to make sure each of her ‘maids felt at their best in their dresses.


Image credit: Claire Lau Photography

Pastel Hues

We are obsessed with this bridal party by Braid & Bloom, snapped by Rebecca Searle Photography – each bridesmaid looks totally fabulous in a unique dress picked to suit their individual style. This is a particularly good idea if you have pregnant bridesmaids as it can be hard to pick one easily-adaptable gown to suit everyone.


Jewel Tones

Make your best girls feel like the gems they are in jewel-toned bridesmaids’ dresses, like this glamorous group, made up by the Cambridge Makeup Artist. They look super stylish in their richly toned dresses.


Metallic Maids

Got a 1920s style wedding dress? Let your best girls sparkle too in gorgeous shimmery bridesmaid gowns – it’s so easy to mix and match metallic tones so it’s a perfect way to nail the trend if you want to do it subtly.


Image credit: Carlien Koning Photography

Pale Blues

How amazing does this bridal party look? All the blue hues complement each other perfectly and each girl is totally rocking their unique look – we adore it.


Image credit: Dominika Miechowska Photography

All White

Want to channel some Kim K style on your wedding day? Ask your bridal party to wear all white for super A-list style. How amazing does this wedding party look? And the groomsmen in white suits – do we have a fire emoji on here?


Image credit: Dominika Miechowska Photography

1950s Flair

Our designer Heather had a gorgeous retro theme at her wedding and added even more flair to her bridal party with these amazing mismatched vintage bridesmaid dresses. Your girls will adore this.


Image credit: Becki Young Photography

Peach at the Beach

You don’t have to go for different colours to work the mismatched trend – we love these beach ready bridesmaids in neutral, peach dresses, snapped at Karma St Martins, each of which has their own style. The sparkly silver touch on the strapless gown is perfection.


Pretty Pastels

How much fun are these bridesmaids at Lillibrooke Manor? It could be because they are on a bouncy castle, but we think more of it is because they were rocking awesome pale pastel mismatched bridesmaid dresses.


Pink and Purple

We love how pretty these bridesmaids look in their lovely lilac and pink bridesmaid dresses – they’re still very traditional in style but with a varied colour palette so each bridesmaid can stand out.


Image credit: Makeup by Elisa

Bold and Bright

Of course, you don’t have to go for subdued shades – why not make a real statement with popping colours like these bridesmaids pictured at wedding venue Matara – it’s perfect for a late summer or early autumn wedding.


Balloons and Bridesmaids

Don’t just go for mix and match bridesmaid dresses – go for mix and match oversized balloons too to really add to your wedding photos – just look how cool this group at Molland Manor House look.


Lovely in Lace

These bridesmaids, pictured at Salcome Harbour Hotel, show how you can subtly nail the mix and match trend with lots of elegant lace detail. Inspiring!


Maid of Honour Glitz

Make sure your maid of honour stands out by giving her a suitably glitzy gown to wear, whilst your other bridesmaids rock gorgeous gowns in artfully mismatched hues.


Image credit: Silent Valley Photography

Bringing it Back

Mismatched bridesmaid dresses look amazing from the back as well as the front as these bridesmaids at the William Cecil prove. We love how they are unified with a matching ribbon on each dress.


Bold Prints

Don’t be afraid to include prints in your mismatched bridesmaid line up – as these ‘maids prove, a pop of print creates a seriously stylish bridal party line up.


Image credit: Unveil

1920s Style

These amazing 1920s style bridesmaid dresses snapped at the Wild Boar are giving us ultimate bridesmaid goals – we can’t decide which bridesmaid we want to be more. The floral crowns are the perfect finishing touch.


Check out our round up of mismatched bridesmaid dresses for even more style inspiration.