Green scene – Bridesmaid fashion on trend.
Green scene – Bridesmaid fashion on trend.

Green scene – Bridesmaid fashion on trend.

Photo by Dan Milligan, bridesmaid’s dresses by Bec + Bridge, from Brennah and Trent’s Yarra Valley wedding.

 

 

You’ve seen it in our real weddings, Instagram feed and any other #wedspo you’ve come across – there’s no doubt green is a real scene when it comes to recent bridesmaid fashion.

While it’s a trend right now, glamming your gals in green will stand the test of time. A natural tone, that in it’s many and varied shades, suits most wedding themes, it will have your bridesmaids feeling fresh and fabulous.

Be it an olive or sage green in an outdoor setting or glamorous emerald that will look stunning in a city affair, we’ve popped together some glamorous green looks for your own dream day.

 

Photo by Tess Follett, bridesmaid’s dresses by Manning Cartell, COS, Sandro and Dion Lee, from Stefan and Alex’s Langwarrin wedding day.

 

It’s no secret that a mis-matched, yet stunningly cohesive bridal party has taken centre stage in recent years. We love the play on shades of green, multiple textured and metallic accents as seen on Alex’s girl gang.

 

 

 

Photo by Emotions and Math, bridesmaid’s dresses by búl from Hannah and Mitch’s Nagambie celebration.

 

We love bridesmaid gowns that enhance the natural setting of the wedding day,  and don’t detract from it. Hannah’s magic maids not only look stunning but look right at home in this sweet setting.

 

 

 

Photo by Bianca Virtue, bridesmaid’s dresses by Shona Joy , from Jess and Matt’s Warandyte wedding.

 

This deep emerald green is reminiscent of a royal blue hue, and we’re here for it! In a thick, luxe satin-look, it saw Jess’ bridal party the perfect accompaniment to the overall luxe styling of this Warrandyte wedding.

 

 

Photo by Blossom Daisy Creative, bridesmaid’s dresses by Dion LeeBec and Bridge, Shieke and Chancery, from Kirsten and Ben’s Red Hill wedding.

 

Another look at varied shades of glorious green, with asymmetric hemlines and cuts to suit each bridesmaid’s individual style. The silk finish stands beautifully against bride Kirsten’s gorgeous textured gown.

 

 

Photo by It’s Beautiful Here, bridesmaid’s dresses by Scanlan and Theodore, from Rosie and Ben’s Fitzroy wedding.

 

This structured, one-shoulder look made for the perfect modern maid brigade. The moss green settles beautifully as the backdrop to bride Rosie’s bright wedding day blooms.

 

Photo by Dan Milligan, bridesmaid’s dresses by Bec + Bridge, from Brennah and Trent’s Yarra Valley wedding.

These silky tea green Bec and Bridge gowns are light and luxe, making an elegant yet playful statement that nestles beautifully against a showcase of crisp white blooms. These dresses have been among our most-loved on social media in 2020.

 

Pic by Lou Lou Memphis, bridesmaid’s dresses by Witchery, Shona Joy, One Fell Swoop and Camilla and Marc, from Luci and Patrick’s Dromana wedding celebration.

 

Lovely bride Luci nailed her wedding day look and her glamorous girls, in complementary tones ranging from sage, olive and army green, looked both natural and elegant in their various gowns.

 

 

Photo by Dan Brannan, bridesmaid dresses from Etsy, from Alex and Jimmy’s Ballarat wedding.

 

Nothing screams luxe like a bit of velvet and bride Alex had her crew decked out to the nines in this dreamy deep green. These alternating necklines on these full-length frocks added the perfect point of difference and splash of creativity to the look.

 

Photo by Georgia Verrells, bridesmaid’s dresses their own, from Holly and Jason’s wedding celebration.

 

Holly and Jason’s wedding was all about up-cycling and minimising waste, so her girls wore gowns of their own and found harmony in their own take on the green dream trend, nestled against the bride’s lace dress and bustling native florals.

 

 

Photo by Jeremy Blode, bridesmaid’s dresses all from various stores , featured on Sophie and Adam’s Toorak celebration.

 

Dressing seven of your closest pals in totally different gowns and making it more than just work, is no mean feat! Sophie’s crew worked to the brief of silky and green, and each found a way to celebrate the day in their own style.

 

 

 

If real wedding inspo makes you happy, we’ve got tonnes of it! Head here for all our real wedding magic in one place. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




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