Peach Bridesmaid Dresses for a Sunny Summer Soirée

Peach Bridesmaid Dress Styling Ideas

Photo: LK Griffin Photography

Isn't your maid of honor just an absolute peach — and the rest of your bridesmaids, too for that matter? They're helping you plan the wedding day of your dreams, offer you a shoulder to cry on when the pre-"I do" stress gets to be too much, and they're your go-to gal pals to giggle with when your soon-to-be mother-in-law makes yet another so-ridiculous-you-just-gotta-laugh request. So why not show 'em by outfitting them in pretty-in-peach bridesmaid dresses?

The orange-y pink hue fits right in at spring and summertime soirées and is this season's preferred pastel. Consider it coral's — another popular frock hue for warm weather nuptials — softer, more romantic cousin. Best of all? The sunny summer shade complements a wide array of skin tones and complexions, making peach a pretty big crowd pleaser among your 'maids. Feminine, flattering, and trendy? Ahh, we see we have your attention!

From pretty prints to stunning solids, check out the pretty-in-peach bridesmaid frocks below and let your girls know they're just peachy!

Printed Peach Bridesmaid Dresses

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These pretty peach prints are perfect for a boho bride's summertime "I dos," set against rustic wood backdrops and bridesmaid bouquets full of clean white blooms and lush greenery. Dust sheer washes of pink blush on your 'maids cheeks to incorporate the orange-meets-pink shade in your bridal party's beauty look for a gang of girls that are fresh faced and looking as sweet as, well, a peach! (Embellished chiffon minidress, $570, Needle & Thread available at Net-a-Porter; Floral print dress, $340, Alice McCall available at Moda Operandi)

Solid Peach Bridesmaid Dresses

Photo: Gorman Studio; Dyad Photography; Styling by Alex Silva and Miako Katoh

If you'd prefer to keep things simple with a solid, have no fear for boring bridesmaids — this sunny shade will never fail to brighten up a bridal party. Pair a darker peachy hue with silver accessories for a surprising (and less saccharine!) effect. Meanwhile, pastel peach frocks — like this trendy two-piece J.Crew number — look dreamy standing next your ivory lace wedding dress. You and your 'maids will look (and feel!) positively peachy. (Peach gown, $270, Jenny Yoo; Peach top and pleated skirt, $88 and $98, J.Crew)

See More: 30 Ways to Style Your Wedding Party

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