Styling Your Bridesmaids Along with Their Bouquets


Today’s fashion + beauty feature, conceptualized + photographed by Apryl Ann, is all about your bridesmaids! Stylist Lindsey Zamora wanted to show brides-to-be how fun bridesmaid fashion can be, while keeping it modern + fresh by coordinating their look with some super pretty blooms! Using a fun variety of dresses as inspiration for the floral design, the talented team at Bows and Arrows created beautiful bouquets that mimicked the dresses’ design + feel.

First up is a marbleized watercolor look, perfect for a whimsical outdoor wedding! Pair a fun, floral number with a wild, pastel, garden-style bouquet tied with a neutral-hued ribbon. Keep the look simple by adding minimal accessories; perhaps studs or a few bangles that fit with your color palette.

watercolor bridesmaid dress

watercolor bridesmaid dress

watercolor bridesmaid dress

watercolor bridesmaid dress

Love this look as much as we do? We found a few similar dresses that we think would make perfect bridesmaid’s dresses!

watercolor bridesmaids dresses

Shop the Look Watercolor (clockwise starting top left) one // two // three // four

Headed somewhere tropical? A coral + peach frock would pair perfectly with a tropical inspired bouquet, filled with brightly-hued peonies + dahlias.


pink peony bouquet


shop the look peach and coral dresses

Shop the Look Coral & Blush (clockwise starting top left) one // two // three // four

A yellow silk dress with a sophisticated silhouette would be perfect for a modern wedding! To keep the look clean, go for a solid bouquet wrapped with a simple bow.

yellow bridesmaid dress

yellow bridesmaid dress

yellow bridesmaid dress

yellow bridesmaid dress

shop the look yellow dresses

Shop the Look Yellow (clockwise starting top left) one // two // three // four

Want to go graphic? Dress your ‘maids in fun prints! A polka dot dress works well with a solid bouquet – just wrap a printed ribbon around your bouquet to complete the intentionally mismatched look.

dotted dress

dotted dress

peony bouquet

peony bouquet

shop the look polka dot dresses

Shop the Look Polka Dots (clockwise starting top left) one // two // three // four

A sweet white lace dress, paired with a bundle of delicate baby’s breath, works well for a romantic-style wedding. Keep the accessories minimal for a softer look, or use them to add a fun pop of color for a more playful vibe!

white eyelet dress

white eyelet dress

babys breath

shop the look white lace dresses

Shop the Look White Lace (clockwise starting top left) one // two // three // four

Thank you so much to the following creatives for sharing this lovely (and informative!) feature with us today! How many of you are now you inspired to style your bridesmaids with fun coordinating bouquets?!

concept + photography: Apryl Ann // creative direction + Styling: Lindsey Zamora // floral design: Bows and Arrows // hair + makeup: Beauty & the Blush // models: Evan and Regan with Kim Dawson Agency // dresses: polka dot dress: ASOS; yellow dress: ASOS; white lace dress: Jay Godfrey; floral dress: Alice + Olivia; orange/blush dress: Ted Baker // accessories: Dilliard’s + Urban Outfitters

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  1. What a great feature! I love the addition of shop the look. Well executed.

  2. Pretty! What is the name of the flowers paired with the yellow dress? Seem like they’re a nice alternative to baby’s breath.

  3. I am DYING to know who makes the first watercolor bridesmaid dress, the one in the photoshoot. I would love a designer’s name, shop, or link!

  4. Really very beautiful images of bridesmaids with carrying bouquets. Nice topic with beautiful clicks.


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