Made For Maids

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Deciding on your bridesmaids dresses has the potential be as big a task as choosing your own wedding gown, sometimes it might prove a lot harder! With different body shapes to suit, different colourings and almost definitely difference in opinions, sometimes being the bride is no fun!

Two birds bridesmaids dresses in aubergine

Two Birds Bridesmaids

The important thing to remember is that, it is YOUR day and you have asked these girls to be your bridesmaids for a reason. Whether they are your sisters, best friend or sister-in-law to be, remember they are your nearest and dearest and will help all they can to make your day memorable, no matter what they are wearing!

Now, onto the matter in hand, bridesmaids dresses, what’s in, what’s out and what we are loving!


The colour of the sky and the sea, blue is big this year. All shades of blue from light azure to darker ultramarine, turquoise, teal and aqua, all feature on bridesmaid dresses for 2012 and 2013.

Asymmetric skirts will add extra interest to a simple dress.

Dupioni bridesmaid gown with a strapless sweetheart neckline and asymmetrical skirt

Alvina Valenta

and pleats in delicate chiffon will add a soft touch and feminine look to your dress.

French navy bridesmaid dresses by JLM Occasions

JLM Occasions

Current fashion trends always flow through to bridal wear, with even the peplum skirt a la Victoria Beckham gracing many modern bridesmaid dresses!

Bateau neck dress with peplum detail and slim skirt

Alfred Sung



If you simply can’t choose a colour for your maids, a metallic dress in simple shades of graphite, silver, bronze or soft gold could be the ideal option.

Elegant metallic lace would work perfectly with your wedding gown.

Carolina Chantilly lace sheath bridesmaid dress

Alvina Valetna


Simple draping can add a Grecian touch to your maids.

Silver chiffon dress with draped skirt

Lou Lou Bridal


Many dresses are now being beautifully crafted in luxurious taffeta. By adding a contrasting belt to your dress, you can easily introduce another complementing colour to your day.

Slate luminescent taffeta off the shoulder dress



Accents of lace are no longer only reserved for the bride! Great for vintage themed weddings, lace will add a sophistication to your bridesmaids dresses, and compliment your own gown.

The addition of lace to this cocktail dress immediately makes it unique.

Cocktail length dress with black lace overlay

Lela Rose


The smallest touches of lace can really transform a dress!

Chiffon dress with lace shoulder straps and open back

Alvina Valenta


Using lace will give your bridesmaid dress a two tone colour effect.

Satin knee length dress with ebony lace bodice




Choosing to go for a neutral palette will not only mean you are top of the style stakes, but you have the freedom to accessorise with pretty much whatever colours you want! You can go to town on your flowers, jewellery and even shoes! Neutral is also a great choice if your bridesmaids have very different colourings.

This delicious satin dress would look stunning teamed with both delicate peonies in the summer or rich red roses during the winter months.

Cappucino dress with draped neckline

Romantia of Devon


Two Birds Bridesmaids dresses give you the option of 15 different necklines in one dress! This rosette version is pretty and chic!

Ivory tea length Two Birds bridesmaid dress with rosette detailing on hem

Two Birds Bridesmaids


Pretty candy and pastel colours have always been very popular choices for bridesmaids. From frothy fresh greens, sweet shades of pink to luscious lemons and lovely lilacs, think sherbet shades for a spring wedding.

Add subtle detail to your bridesmaid dresses with an elegant flowing dress with light beading detail.

Long chiffon dress with flower and beading detail by Mori Lee

Mori Lee


This sweet maize coloured dress will certainly give you day a golden glow!

Alfred Angelo

Alfred Angelo



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