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You put a lot of thought into picking your wedding party, and one of the best ways to show your appreciation is by selecting a truly stunning dress for your bridesmaids to rock on the special day. While there are plenty of options out there to choose from, one of our favorite looks involves a pretty, pinky rose gold.
Whether you’re having a formal Gatsby wedding, a trendy rooftop celebration, a modern marriage event, or something in between, rose gold bridal party dresses are the perfect combination of luxury and warmth. The best part is, there are so many different types of rose gold hues to choose from depending on your venue, formality, and color palette. From sequin stunners to understated satins, there’s a rose gold gown for every season, venue, budget, and style.
Ahead, check out some of our favorite rose gold gowns that’ll keep your bridesmaids smiling all night long.
Favorite Vintage-Inspired: Kalinnu Round Neck Mini Sequin Dress
If decades past inspire your style, Azazie’s stretchy, sequin, flapper-like dress was made for a raging party. The sweetheart neckline, off-the-shoulder straps, and fringe detail will help your bridesmaids get in the celebratory spirit.
Best Beaded Details: Adrianna Papell Plus Size Beaded Short Sleeve Gown in Biscotti
Rose gold and Gatsby seem to go hand-in-hand, and Adrianna Papell is the go-to source for all things bling and beads. This figure-flattering soft gold gown features capped sleeves and an artful, flattering embellishment design.
Favorite Midi: TFNC Tall A-line Sequin Midi Dress in Rose Gold
Midi dresses can be tricky, especially if you have a taller wedding party, which is why this A-line number from TFNC is a perfect choice. The tall sequin option means more material so all of your bridesmaids can find their perfect lengths.
For a Formal Wedding: Alex Evenings Illusion Cap Sleeve Embroidered Lace Godet Gown
An illusion V-neckline, a godet hem detail, and embroidered lace fabrication will make your wedding party feel dressed to the nines for your special day. Add a simple sash or dangling earrings to pull the look together.
For a Cocktail Wedding: Chi Chi London High Neck Pleated Midi Dress in Rose Gold
A chic cocktail wedding calls for a fun and flirty look, which is why we love this pleated midi from Chi Chi London. The silky fabric and high neckline perfectly balance the shorter-than-floor length hemline for a modern wedding day look.
Best All-Over Bling: Adrianna Papell Short Sequin Cocktail Dress With Long Sleeves in Rose Gold
If you want a bridesmaid dress that stuns in the shine department, this unique sequin gown from Adrianna Papell will delight your party. The boat neckline, embellished sleeves, and shimmering sequins are balanced by the cocktail length for just enough pop of glam.
For a Summer Wedding: Lulus Dazzled Up Champagne Embroidered Backless Maxi Dress
If you love rose gold but want to skip the shine, the floral embroidery and sheer mesh lining of Lulu’s backless maxi will dazzle without being distracting. The best part is, the comfy cut and light fabric make it ideal for summer celebrations.
For a Winter Wedding: Xscape Jewel Neck Long Sleeve Beaded Bodice Chiffon Gown
A cold-weather celebration calls for a gown that not only looks the part, but keeps your bridal squad feeling warm and covered all night long. This Xscape jewel chiffon gown has long sleeves to keep them comfortable and pairs beautifully with a faux fur shaw or jacket.
Best Metallic: Dear Cleo Piper Dress
If you want to shine without the sequins, Dear Cleo’s Piper dress—which is made from recycled satin—is elegant and shimmering without all the embellishments. We adore the bright, rose gold hue (appropriately called “sunset”) that seems to radiate warmth and glamour.
For a Boho Wedding: Off-the-Shoulder Lace and Mesh Bridesmaid Dress
Rose golds don’t have to be super metallic or yellow. In fact, this off-the-shoulder gown from David’s Bridal leans a little pinker in color, but the shimmery rose gold lace bodice elevates the otherwise classic silhouette and pink hue.
How do I select a rose gold hue?
Since rose gold can vary greatly, it’s important to get color swatches to ensure it’s the hue you’re looking for. Some options are pinker while others are much more traditionally gold, so do your research before selecting a final order garment.
Will a rose gold dress match my wedding dress?
Consider your dress’s colors, embellishments, and accessories to determine if a rose gold dress will match. Warmer hues and color palettes will, traditionally, look better with a rosy gold gown.
How do you accessorize a rose gold bridal party dress?
Depending on how glam your gowns are, you might want to let the dresses speak for themselves. If the rose gold is especially shiny or vibrant, opt for smaller and more muted accessories for a look that looks cohesive.