The Best Patterned Bridesmaid Dress Inspo on Pinterest
When it comes to wedding planning, Pinterest is the inspiration mother ship. So, needless to say, when the mood-board mecca released its 2017 Pinterest Wedding Report, we couldn’t get our hands (and eyes) on it fast enough. One of our favorite finds: Printed, patterned, and often mismatched bridesmaids dresses are on the rise. We are SO into that. Injecting a little whimsy and personality into their looks can take them from pretty backdrop to drop-dead gorge in no time. And don’t your best girls deserve that much? Take a look at the 11 best printed bridal party looks straight from Pinterest. Trust us; your bridesmaids — not to mention your photos — will thank you.
Keeping the palette limited and the prints of similar scale make for mismatched magic. Swoon.
Start with one pattern, then pull out the colors in that print to create a scheme for the rest. The result? Stunning visuals and individuality for your ladies.
Tropical prints and flower crowns strike a totally laid-back, bohemian note.
White dresses aren’t just for the bride, especially when they’re covered in colorful blooms. Plus, no need for elaborate, bold bouquets — just simple baby’s breath completes the look.
If you’re into the nautical-meets-preppy thing (raises hand) but want to keep things delicate, try a muted stripe. The short length also keeps the pattern from dominating photos and varying bridesmaid body types.
Alternating feminine prints with solid color keeps things interesting. Mixing in separates takes it to an entirely new and practical level.
Love stripes and don’t care who knows it? Go graphic (but still girly) in thick black and white lines.
One-shoulder with minty pleats? Yes. A print dress you can wear again? Double yes.
Palm leaf prints and tassel earrings just scream island wedding. Fun, fresh, and unexpected for bridesmaids!
Like an heirloom family photo come to life! Garden florals on old-school silhouettes feel totally timeless. We particularly love the mix of moody and soft florals.
Mix stripes with pops of green for a stylish and sophisticated mash-up. Keep flowers neutral to balance it all out!