25 Blush Bridesmaid Dresses That Are Perfect For The Big Day
These gowns are making us blush.
We didn’t leave pretty in pink behind in the ’80s, nor should we have. Blush bridesmaid dresses are basically the embodiment of the term, and they are a wedding classic. You’ve probably seen them at some point. The light pink-hued dresses remain everywhere wedding-related. Bridesmaids and brides alike frequently wear them.
It makes sense that the charming color would stick around in the wedding world. The big events are all about love and romance, and there is perhaps no other color more than pink that we associate more with those things. Blush, in particular, works well for wedding attire; it is muted, elegant, and fits into a variety of wedding color palettes. That’s just not true of, say, magenta or hot pink, you know?
It is important to note that not all pinks are created equal. What one brand calls blush may look a bit different compared to another’s. That means it can work for any skin tone, and your perfect blush is out there, even if you have your doubts. Needless to say, that is very good news for bridal parties, because the color is clearly not going anywhere.
Buying the perfect bridesmaid dress is just one of the many tasks bridesmaids have to do, and it is an important one. That doesn’t mean it’s easy, though. There are so many options out there, that it can be hard to know where to start. However, if you’re interested in a blush bridesmaid dress, we’re here to help. We have a host of them for you to check out. You’ll be looking oh-so-pretty in pink!
Below are 25 different blush gowns, of all different styles. Make sure you bookmark this page so that you can refer to it later.
If blush and lace sound like a winning wedding combination to you, take note. This gown has a unique lace overlay above the chest and a romantic sweetheart neckline at the bust. Meanwhile, the waist is tied together with a matching satin belt.
One happy bride shared her excitement about the gown, highlighting that it was “well made” and “exactly what [she] was looking for for [her] bridesmaids.”
“Every girl that has tried it on looks stunning,” she wrote. “Also it gives the coverage you need if you are bigger busted with an elegant soft look!”
Sometimes less is more, and that’s the case here. This dress has a lovely silhouette and comes in a pretty pink, so it works without any flashy detailing or adornment.
“They look SO good in person,” one reviewer wrote. “I was so scared ordering online that my dresses were going to come in looking like an old tent mixed with tissue paper. I was very wrong! They fit perfectly.”
Multiple reviewers noted that the dress arrives inside out, so if you order it and think it looks strange when you get it, make sure you check.
This cocktail crepe dress gets a little flair from its pencil skirt. Starting at the top in the front, there is cascade detail. Once you get out on the dance floor, it might be a sign of how much fun you’re having. Presumably, the more it moves, the more dancing you’re doing.
For more casual weddings, this midi dress is a solid option. You will have to be comfortable showing a little skin, of course. It has a V-neck bodice and open back, aside from the crisscross straps. The pleated chiffon skirt, on the other hand, is more conservative, as it hits below the knee. It has great movement, so you owe it to yourself to take this dress for a spin on the dance floor.
Lela Rose Bridesmaid Dress
As if the silhouette of this crepe dress weren’t beautiful enough, there is a beautiful off-the-shoulder bodice of Marquis lace. The brand describes it as “delicately romantic,” which we think is a good way of putting it. It’s all very elegant, isn’t it? This is a great option for more formal weddings.
This chiffon midi dress is perfect for more casual events. That doesn’t mean it is not beautiful, of course. The crochet lace top really adds to it. There is a vaguely boho vibe in spite of more classic, below-the-knee skirt. It’s a great look, that’s for sure, and it appears comfortable, too.
A formal dress that you can wear your regular bra with? Yes, please. That’s true of this dress, as it has 1-inch straps. The silhouette is also very flattering and comfortable, and the slit makes it a little flirtier.
“I loved how this dress fit me thin in the waste [sic] and flowed out,” wrote a reviewer. “It was nice to be able to eat and drink what ever [sic] at the day of the wedding/reception and not notice in the dress.”
This romantic below-the-knee bridesmaid dress has lace aplenty. With its fitted bodice and A-line skirt, it’ll flatter your curves in photos and have great movement when you walk down the aisle. There’s also a ribbon for extra adornment, but you can wear it with or without it.
“[It] fits me like a dream and it’s super comfy as well!” one reviewer wrote. “I’m also so happy with the color! It’s exactly what it is in the picture.”
Know that the bottom half is a bit sheer, according to at least one other reviewer, so a slip to wear underneath would probably be a good investment.
Whether the wedding you’re slated to be in is during the day or evening, this fitted dress would definitely be appropriate. It is both chic and a bit playful; we credit its blush color and the ruffles at the skirt bottom for that. As a bonus, it looks comfortable enough to wear through an hours-long event, which is just what you need.
The star of this one-shoulder dress is not the asymmetrical neckline; instead, it’s the layered skirt. Starting at the natural waist, there are what the brand describes as “sweeping chiffon tiers.” It not only looks interesting, according to one reviewer, it makes the dress “very forgiving” in a good way.
This Jenny Yoo design is a great option for mothers-to-be. It has an empire waist and flowy skirt, so it should accommodate a growing belly. Furthermore, beyond providing comfort, the gown is just plain pretty. We like the sweetheart neckline as well as the bow at the back. Never let it be said that there aren’t lovely maternity outfits out there when options like this exist.
If you’re an Audrey Hepburn fan, this sateen twill dress may be the one for you. With its high neckline and full, pleated skirt, it looks like something that the late actress would wear if she were a bridesmaid. At the same time, it’s practical. It seems easy to move in and there are side seam pockets (always a plus!).
Lulu's Make Me Move Blush Pink Maxi Dress
This pink maxi dress has a clean and unique look. Its garnered surplice bodice features a pretty sweetheart neckline, and it is topped with double shoulder straps. The result is perfect for a wedding, but you could re-wear it for plenty of other occasions as well.
“I bought this as a bridesmaid dress but I’ve worn it in three separate occasions since then!” one reviewer wrote.
This tulle maxi dress is light and airy. It features a gorgeous wrapped bodice with lace straps. There’s also a removable grosgrain sash. All of that adds up to yet another appealing option for blush fans.
“I absolutely love this dress,” a reviewer wrote. “An excellent price, the softest lace I’ve come across and very comfortable. It fit our outdoor venue amazingly, and was a little more causal which is what I wanted.”
Hitting just above the knee, this dress has a lovely, flowy skirt. On top of that (literally), there is a high halter neckline that’s sheer in both the front and the back; the latter has a keyhold as well, which works well with the removable sash that ties at the waistline. Best of all, the dress is supposed to be easy to wear.
“This dress is the perfect color for the wedding,” a bride wrote. “Many of my bridesmaids have told me that they love this dress mainly due to the breathable fabric and comfortable fit.”
Less is more some of the time, but more can be more, too. This gorgeous gown has a lace skirt with tulle overlay, a cherry blossom print, and sequins, yet it still comes together perfectly. A big part of that may be how the blush color keeps it from becoming overpowering. Overall, there is a certain timelessness that we really like.
Lulu's Dance the Night Away Blush Pink Backless Maxi Dress
This maxi dress celebrates simplicity. Yes, there’s tying detail at the shoulders, but that is the beginning and end of it. Still, the outfit manages to flatter with its surplice bodice, fitted waist, and sweeping skirt.
“I ordered these dresses for my bridesmaids,” one bride wrote. “I am so pleased, they all look stunning in them. ... The color is amazing and the fabric is very high end.”
The combination of this sweetheart neckline and draped sleeves is working for us. It’s not just that, either. We really like the ruching and general elegance of this gown as well.
“I wore this as a bridesmaid’s dress this October and loved it!” one reviewer wrote. “The dress is very feminine and I received many compliments. … I ordered 1 size up and it fit perfectly.”
If you are going full-length, this A-line gown is worth considering. It has a full skirt made with layered panels of tulle. Additionally, it has a simple, fitted bodice, thin straps, and an open back that we picture working great at a summer wedding. One reviewer described it as a “gorgeous dress” and added that the “quality is amazing.”
Here’s another bridesmaid dress great for summer. The material is lightweight, and you get a little extra breeze around your legs thanks to the short skirt. One reviewer indicated that was a huge help at a friend’s outdoor wedding.
“The temperature was close to 90 and I felt very cool due to the slit,” she wrote.
Her experience must have been really great. She added she “can’t say enough good things” about the ensemble.
Brides don’t have a monopoly on mermaid gowns. This one is perfect for a bridesmaid. It’ll show off your curves, plus the flutter sleeves and ruffle details add a unique quality. If you look closely, you can also see that there is beaded trim. There is more going on with this dress than you may have originally realized.
You can dress this bridemaid dress up or down for the wedding you’re in. It has a unique hem that, and the skirt itself should have a lot of bounce. Both complement the off-the-shoulder neckline perfectly, and the result is a pretty option. Just remember that the design will affect what bra you can wear, if that’s a concern.
This stretch crepe dress is classic and beautiful. The off-the-shoulder straps look great from the front, and then they’re even more interesting when you see how they crisscross at the back. Let’s not overlook the skirt, either. It’s figure-hugging and has a slit, both of which are things we tend to like. There’s a low-key pageant vibe to this dress, and we mean that in a good way.
This cocktail dress is elegant with its lace-paneled neckline. Other fun elements include its full skirt and lace overlay. You’ll get some good movement with this skirt.
As one bridesmaid put it, the dress “did not disappoint.” She added that it was “comfortable enough to dance in all night, and cute enough to feel like [she] wasn’t bringing shame to the marriage.” And isn’t that always the goal?
The beaded bodice is the star of this Adrianna Papell bridesmaid dress. It adds sparkle, color, and texture, and brings the look to another level. Meanwhile, the simple chiffon skirt complements the top perfectly; it doesn’t need to be anything more than what it is. Overall, the gown is a beautiful option that’ll pop.
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