We Asked, You Told: 5 Beautiful Bridesmaid Dresses from Our Facebook Users!

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Short blue bridesmaid dresses

Photo: Courtesy of Amanda Sanchez

The best way to decipher wedding trends and what brides like right now? By asking our Facebook and Twitter followers, of course! As brides inject more and more of their personality into every aspect of their wedding, it's exciting to see the different kinds of gowns they choose for their 'maids. So this week, we wanted to find out what kinds of bridesmaid dress looks our readers are loving right.

It was hard to choose, but we narrowed down the amazing submissions to five totally unique and completely beautiful dresses.

Kicking the list off is the above gorgeous photo of bride Amanda Sanchez's Mori Lee bridesmaid dresses. The knee-length, mint green designs feature strapless sweetheart necklines that flatter all four of her ladies. We especially love how they look with the pale pink-and-white bouquets. So romantic and summery.

Long purple bridesmaid dresses

Photo: Courtesy of Stephanie Brown

This dramatic photo captures how striking a long bridesmaid dress can be. The floor-length purple dresses that bride Stephanie Brown chose pop against the backdrop of Chicago's Marina Towers; it's an ideal dress choice for a formal wedding.

Mismatched bridesmaid dresses

Photo: Courtesy of Meghann Brady Caswell

These mismatched gowns from Weddington Way, which bride Meghann Brady Caswell's bridesmaids chose, are all the same style and designer, but with different colors and styling. The overall effect is a little bohemian and a lot romantic.

Art Deco bridesmaid dresses

Photo: Courtesy of Golborne Events

These Art Deco-inspired Adriana Papell beaded dresses are so stylish, we wouldn't be surprised if the bridesmaids wear them again! The two different colors are perfectly wedding-worthy, and subtle enough for vintage-inspired nuptials.

Long blue bridesmaid dresses

Photo: Courtesy of Nikki Miller

We love how bride Nikki Miller's bridesmaids chose different necklines for their floor-length, turquoise Amsale dresses. This way, every woman can feel comfortable and supported while still very much looking like a bridesmaid.

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