Nothing says spring or summer like a floral print—groundbreaking, we know. But if your wedding falls between April and September, floral printed bridesmaid dresses are a perfect choice for your lineup of gals. Budding motifs and blooming bouquets do more than befit the season, of course. Whether you go for a bold design or barely-there print, they’re a romantic alternative to solid colors like pretty pastels and punchy hues which are popular this time of year. If you’re interested in trying a mixed bridesmaid palette, floral printed bridesmaid dresses are also the perfect way to break up solid colors and add dimension and texture to a slew of coordinating dresses—a modern, on-trend option to set off your wedding dress just right. If you’re planning to wear a floral printed wedding dress, blossoming bridesmaid dresses are a gorgeous way to continue the theme too!
From one-shoulder silhouettes to ruffled accents and waist-cinching styles, there are many flower-filled patterns to choose from. You can go for oversized flowers in sweet pastel hues like blush, lilac, or mint; choose stamped petals for a minimalist take; or you can go with an embroidered or floral lace pattern for a more intricate take on buds. For something statement-making, opt for an ‘80s-inspired floral print in saturated hues or an asymmetrical silhouette to stand out against more classic shapes.
Not only will you have a multitude of options for your bridesmaids to choose from, but this versatile type of floral print almost guarantees that any arrangement of dresses will look beautiful together (which makes shopping for different body types, tastes, and price points a whole lot easier—especially if each bridesmaid is shopping in a different city). After your “I do's,” your bridesmaids will certainly be able to get more use out of a flower-patterned dress again as wedding guest attire or as an elegant summer frock for weekends and vacations.
If floral bridesmaid dresses feel right for your wedding, scroll through 25 of our favorite styles from off-the-shoulder shapes to long-sleeve silhouettes and flattering halter necklines.