Sweet & Flirty
If you normally prefer traditional bridal party looks, floral bridesmaid dresses like this one might be your best bet. It follows a classic silhouette, has a full skirt, and the floral pattern is colorful without being too bright.
This darling sheath dress has a 1960s vibe with its cross stitch-inspired floral pattern on a subtle grid throughout the dress. This is a great choice for a garden wedding and can be easily paired with a cardigan if the evening gets chilly.
With pink and red embroidered flowers covering a sheer black overlay, this beautiful dress hits right at the knee, a length that is flattering to women of most heights.
Floral bridesmaid dresses don't need to be in bright sherbet shades. This glam black dress with a modern high-low hemline features bold royal blue flowers.
Planning a beach wedding? A large-scale print like this one in dreamy blue shades will fit right in. If you don't want all of your ladies in floral, remember that you could have some of them in solids.
This summery bridesmaid dress is cool and light. We adore this flattering silhouette, but we think we love the subtle blush floral pattern most of all.
A simple bodice blooms into a full skirt full of bright and colorful flowers. Floral bridesmaid dresses like this one are suited for more formal events, and its floor-length hemline will probably require most of your friends to wear heels.
Merge together two of this season's hottest trends when you put your bridesmaids in stunning separates with a floral pattern. The pleated skirt features a watercolor flower pattern in a wash of pale sage green.
This sweet navy and pink minidress has an apron silhouette and is perfect for when the temperatures soar. If your wedding is in the middle of summer, spare your bridesmaids from lots of heavy fabrics with a simple floral dress like this one.
But if you really want to keep your gal pals cool and comfy, give them floral rompers instead. Great for casual beach weddings, they can be paired with wedge sandals or classic flats.