Bridesmaids from Real Weddings
All seven bridesmaids wore the same Amsale dress (minus a shoulder strap for the maid of honor).
'Maids in Mauve
These bridesmaids were outfitted in two different shades of pink, floor-length dresses by Jenny Yoo.
These bridesmaids sported silk taffeta J.Crew dresses in a variety of styles.
Bride Meghan shared a laugh with her five bridesmaids, all decked out in navy J.Crew.
This bride's gown matched her bridesmaids' custom-made cream-colored gowns.
Maids of Honor
This bride’s sisters, both maids of honor, wore champagne Tadashi Shoji dresses.
Each of these bridesmaids wore a different long black dress and carried pink peony nosegays.
All Dressed in White
This bride’s five attendants wore simple white dresses with dangling earrings from Anthropologie.
Shades of Pink
This bride's attendants picked out their own ensembles in shades of pink and blue, while her man of honor donned a crisp black suit.
Designed by the Bride
Bride Jaime designed each of these bridesmaids' dresses to reflect their individual styles.
Each of these 'maids sported a different style dress in warm, complementing shades.
Shades of Blue
All three of these bridesmaids wore short teal chiffon dresses from Nordstrom.
Same Color, Different Styles
Traci's five bridesmaids sported neutral colored Amsale dresses in varied styles. They all carried bouquets of peonies, sweetpeas, phalaenopsis orchids, tulips, lisianthus.
Pop of Color
These three bridesmaids wore strapless navy Monique Lhuillier gowns.
To complement the bride's blush silk jacquard trumpet gown, these bridesmaids wore crisp white dresses from J.Crew.
The soft pastel gowns on this bridal entourage were made by the bride.
These bridesmaids wore dark blue Lela Rose for Dessy dresses.
Each of these attendants chose her favorite Amsale silhouette from a range of champagne-colored, crinkle chiffon dresses.
Beautiful in Blue
Maids in Gray
Six bridesmaids, along with the bride's young daughter, wore various gray dresses of their choosing and carried small bouquets of pastel blooms for this outdoor wedding in North Carolina.
This bridal party chose their own berry-colored dresses and added neutral accessories. Instead of bouquets, they carried vintage books adorned with greenery.
Neutral and Natural
For this destination wedding in Miami, the bride let her bridesmaids wear black dresses of their choosing. "I wanted them to feel comfortable and be able to wear their dresses again," she said.
These bridesmaids wore lace-overlay dresses from Donna Morgan, with old-timey pillbox hats to cap off their vintage looks.
This bride's nine attendants wore convertible Coralie Beatrix dresses every which way.
At this Thanksgiving-weekend wedding, the bride chose an ivory gown, and asked her bridal party to be the ones in white. They each wore a Thread dress and accessories of their choosing.
This quintet of girls wore different dresses by Sarah Seven in nude and blush tones.
An Old Mix
This fashion-stylist bride outfitted her bridal party in a mix of vintage frocks, all in pastel hues.
At this fall wedding in England, the bridesmaids wore Vera Wang gowns and matching cashmere wraps.
Made to Measure
Like the bride, the bridal party donned custom Carol Hannah gowns. The sherbet-colored fabrics and silhouettes were hand-selected for each girl.
Back in Black
Fitting in with this real wedding's black-and-white theme, bridesmaids wore short shifts by Loeffler Randall.
The bride's mother purchased complementary silk saris in New Delhi for the two-part wedding in California.
Keeping It Casual
Shimmery J.Crew gowns in various styles were the perfect fit for this California bridal party.
Made with Love
The bride's friend designed ruffled raw silk tops and skirts for the bridesmaids to wear.
At this seaside celebration, the bridesmaids wore teal dresses with differing necklines from Watters.
In keeping with the orange-and-green combination of the day, these bridesmaids wore the bold hue in different styles, all from J.Crew.
At this Idaho wedding, the bridesmaids wore dresses dyed with pear and walnut leaves. One of the bridesmaids, who designed the look, has her own fashion line, Mr. Larkin.
Dana's four attendants fit in to the Wine Country setting in their warm purple dresses from Anthropologie.
This bride's four attendants wore the same soft-pink Amsale gowns.
Mixed and Matched
For this bride's eclectic affair, she asked her bridesmaids to pick dresses in any jewel tone.
For this all-blue wedding, the bridesmaids kept it simple, wearing Lela Rose dresses boasting fabric flowers around the neckline and simple jewelry.
This group of girls selected their own gowns from within the color palette -- which only highlighted the Jackson Hole, Wyoming, setting.
These two purple dresses were snagged for only $25 at H&M.
Charcoal Amsale dresses were paired with cardigans and mittens to keep warm during portraits at this December wedding in Washington, D.C.
For this Massachusetts wedding, the seven attendants wore gingham dresses, navy cardigans, and a mix of red shoes.
At this real wedding, the maid of honor and all 10 bridesmaids wore the same J.Crew cocktail dress in one of the main colors of the day.
Silver ML Monique Lhuillier sheaths and black heels fit the style of these New York City nuptials.
Tonal blouses in the wedding’s palette were paired with black silk shantung skirts at this autumnal event.
A Rainbow of Girls
Like the colorful grid they posed in front of, this couple's bridal party wore a range of hues, all made in cotton cady from J.Crew.
It’s Easy Being Green
At this verdant-hued fete, the bridal party donned the same Jenny Yoo dress in various shades.
Accessories and Accents
Sweet and Summery
At this New York celebration, the bridesmaids wore silk-and-lace dresses accented with yellow sashes and matching bouquets.
Each of this bride's eight 'maids wore a different custom-made gown by Avail & Co., with silk-chiffon over taupe underlays, and blush sashes as accents.
Smashing in Stripes
Bridesmaids looked summery in their Anthropologie dresses.
Sophisticated brown gowns with sheen and crisp tailoring were by Jim Hjelm.
Patterned Party Dresses
The girls wore floral dresses and carried parasols in lieu of flowers at this Connecticut wedding.
For this wedding on Martha's Vineyard, Massachusetts, the bride found inspiration from the coastal colors and asked her bridesmaids to choose dresses from Thread as a reflection of the sea and sky that surrounded the location.
A Sweet Duo
The bride's sister and sister-in-law wore dresses with distinct styles but complimentary colors. Their bouquets of Pampas grass tied the two together.
Vintage-inspired dresses with poofy underskirts were fashioned to be reversible by Etsy vendor Miss Brache.
One-shouldered dresses by Thread were the same color as the sky at this Tennessee wedding.
The ruched bodices on these Watters and Watters dresses added a bit of flair.
This quartet of sisters wore yellow skirts and dresses with brown leather accents.
These gals chose their own vivid-green party frocks.