27 of the Best Getting Ready Robes for Your Bridal Party

From floral prints to customizable styles.

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On the big day, behind-the-scenes activities can be just as important as the main event. The time you spend with your bridal party getting ready for the wedding is something that you'll remember forever. Beyond putting on makeup and getting those gorgeous hairstyles in place, it's also a moment to connect with your bridal party (while having a glass or two of bubbly).

Meet the Expert

Chevy Berndt is the founder and designer behind BFFS & BABES. Berndt's designs include handmade tie-dye robes, customizable pajama sets, and more.

While robes are not a required item for your bridal party, they make for an extra special touch when you’re all gathered together before the ceremony. "Wearing matching getting ready robes is a sweet way to bond with your closest friends and family," says founder of BFFS & BABES, Chevy Berndt. "Plus, these keepsakes are a great investment and will always remind your bridal party of your special day." What's more, if you’re planning on having the wedding prep documented by your photographer, the occasion will become extra photo-worthy with coordinating robes for the bridal party.

Read on for the best getting ready robes for every style, body type, and budget.

Most Colors: Hundred Hearts Silky Lace Robe


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Sweet details like lace trim make for a pretty photo op especially when it comes to the classic champagne toast shot! Available in over 10 colors and in a range of sizes, you'll be sure to find a style that fits your color palette and bridal party perfectly.

For a Minimalist Bridal Party: BlossomSyrup Chiffon Robe

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Minimalists rejoice! This simple yet sophisticated style comes in soothing pastel green and can easily be worn long after the wedding.

Best Florals: La Mariee New York Peony Robe Sets


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If you want options, La Mariee New York has them! These stunning floral robes come in 10 colors from soft mauve to sage and are easily customizable. They're also available in sets of 6 to 10 robes.

Most Chic: LeRoseGifts Soft Blue Robe


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While blush is a very popular color for bridal party robes, soft blue is a close second. We love this calming and serene blue hue for a spring or summer wedding.

Best for Personalizing: Vovo Robes US Personalized Robes


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We love the simplicity of these customizable robes. With options to embroider the front, back, or both, you'll be sure to create a personalized robe to make each one of your girls feel special.

Best Feathered: The Robe Pure Silk Kimono Feathered Robe


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If glamorous is what you're aiming for, opt for Hollywood-esque details like silk and feathers. Your bridesmaids will swoon over this slinky option (and you can even match them with the white version).

Best Vintage-Inspired: Day of Blossom Floral Robes


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When it comes to getting ready robes, there’s no shortage of floral styles out there, but these beauties from Day of Blossom feel especially striking.

Best Splurge: Lunya Washable Silk Robe


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If you want to treat your brides to something luxe that they'll definitely wear again, why not splurge on this washable silk number by Lunya? It comes in seven shades so there are plenty of options to fit your palette.

Most Comfortable: Love and Luxe Homemade Lace Trim Robes


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When it comes to bridal party robes, comfort is key. Not only are these robes crafted from incredibly soft jersey but they're stylish too. Opt to monogram the robes for a personal touch.

Most Non-Traditional: ModParty Lace Bride and Babe Robes


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For the bride looking for non-traditional bridal party robes, these "Babe" robes are for you. Fun, colorful, and modern, this style will surely make a statement in photos.

Best Full-Length: Femme Long Robe


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When it comes to choosing the right style of robe for your bridal party, make sure you consider length. Your bridal party comes in all shapes and sizes so some might prefer a short robe while others would feel more comfortable in a knee-length or ankle-length robe.

Prettiest Pastels: BespokeGemsCoUk Personalized Bridal Party Robes


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What could be prettier than these personalized bridal party robes featuring a floral garland motif on the back? We're picturing these soft pastel robes at a garden wedding surrounded by tons of greenery.

Best Ruffled: ModParty Custom Satin Robes


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What could be prettier than these feminine robes complete with sweet ruffle details?

For a Garden Wedding: David's Bridal Blue Blooms Floral Robe


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Soft pastels and florals are a no brainer for a spring or summer wedding. This style features a pattern of delicate blue blooms and would be right at home at a gorgeous garden wedding.

Best for Mismatching: My Sew Lovely Studio Robe Sets


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For something a little fun and different, check out these robes featuring a flirty fringe trim. Whether you're having a destination wedding or a backyard wedding, these robes will brighten any photo.

Best Blushes: LeRoseGifts Lace Satin Robe


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Pretty in pink! These floral lace robes are perfect for a springtime wedding and we're even loving the matching floral crowns that tie the whole look together.

For a Western Wedding: BHLDN Matine Robe


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Is the backdrop to your wedding lush mountains or a serene desert? If yes, can you imagine anything more complementary than this rust-toned cover-up that is reminiscent of a Western sunset?

Best Seersucker: Flower Fairy Monograms Monogrammed Robe


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If you're more of a classic bride, a seersucker robe is a great option. These striped robes are sophisticated and timeless and can be worn long after you say "I do."

For the Coolest Bridal Party: BFFS & BABES Tie Dye Waffle Robe

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If there's one trend that's not going anywhere anytime soon, it's tie-dye. So, if you're looking for a robe that's completely non-traditional but totally on-trend, this waffle robe from BFFS & BABES is a no-brainer for your bridal party.

Most Unique: Turkish Bath Towel Striped Robe


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Turkish towel robes are a super fun and different idea for a destination or summer wedding. Mix and match colors for a truly tropical look whether you're on the beach or in your backyard. 

For a Winter Wedding: Ella Winston Velvet and Lace Robe


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If you're having a winter wedding, opt for velvet robes. Not only is it a chic fabric choice for cold weather, but velvet will also help to keep your bridal party warm–your bridal party will thank you!

Best Plus Size: Champagne Bubbles Shop Plus Size Pink Robe


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Some robes state that they are "one size fits all" but that is rarely the case. Make sure that the robes you choose have options to flatter and celebrate everyone in your bridal party.

Best Lace Trim: Make You Blush Boutique Icy Blue Robes


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There are a lot of bridal party robes out there that look very similar so if you're searching for a style that looks different from the rest, consider these icy blue robes featuring unique lace trim.

For a Beach Wedding: Mod Party Tropical Bridal Party Robes


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If you're having a destination wedding or a beach wedding, look no further than this tropical style from Mod Party. These robes practically scream vacation vibes and could even be worn as a swimsuit coverup.

Best Luxe for Less: David's Bridal Painterly Floral Satin Robe


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For brides searching for luxury for less, this silky satin robe from David's Bridal both looks and feels expensive—and will look stunning in photos to boot!

Best Sparkle Detail: David's Bridal Rhinestone Robe


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If you're more of a minimalist bride, consider robes in a solid color. A simple and classic blush robe like this one also complements a bridal suite with busy decor.

Best Waffle Style: The Wedding Party Store Personalized Waffle Robe


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A waffle robe is not only comfortable, but it is also light enough for a summer wedding and thick enough for a fall wedding. A monogrammed robe makes for a great personalized keepsake that your bridal party will wear long after the wedding is over.

What to Look for in Bridal Party Robes

Size and Length

You’ll want your girls to feel beautiful and comfortable in their getting-ready robes so it's important to find a style that's inclusive of all sizes and body types. Keep in mind that some bridal party members might feel more comfortable in longer-style robes. It's also important to consider a robe's fabric as some fabrics tend to be more see-through than others.

Colors and Patterns

When it comes to choosing colors and patterns, it's helpful to draw inspiration from your wedding theme and color palette and to think about how a certain style will look in photos. If you're looking to add an extra special touch to your getting-ready robes, consider choosing brands and shops that offer monogramming.

  • Who buys the bridal party robes?

    Typically, the bride will purchase robes for her bridal party. If buying robes for your whole bridal party isn't within your budget, you should check with your bridesmaids to make sure they feel comfortable covering the cost.

  • What can the bridal party wear instead of robes?

    From shirt and shorts sets to rompers and casual dresses, there are many alternatives to the traditional getting ready robe.

  • How can I customize my bridal party robes?

    "We always suggest customizing robes with your bridal squad's names, so your party can enjoy their robe even after your wedding. If you want to be more creative, we love the idea of customizing the robes with cute nicknames, initials or Instagram handles, too," says Berndt.

  • Can I buy bridal party robes in bulk?

    Yes! In fact, it's usually more cost-effective to buy in bulk.

Why Trust Brides

Contributing writer Sophie Moore is a former fashion editor at Brides and is an expert in all things bridal attire, from couture wedding gowns to the perfect "something blue" accessory. She researches and sources the best fashion items for brides, grooms, wedding guests, wedding parties, and more.

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