Ivory bridesmaid looks
Ivory bridesmaid looks
Ivory bridesmaid looks
Ivory bridesmaid looks

Ivory bridesmaid looks

Photo by Fern & Stone Photography


It’s no secret that bridesmaids in white is a fresh, modern and versatile look that has gained popularity in recent years.

From modern and structured fabrics, to slinky and strappy styles, there really is a neutral number to suit every member of your bridal brigade.

Be it cream, ivory or simply an all-over neutral palette, bridesmaids in white (or thereabouts!) is a wedding day winner.

We’ve wrapped-up some of our favourite looks below, and we think when it comes to selecting white for your wedding day, the choice is anything but vanilla.




Photo by Ali Bailey, bride wears One Day Bridal, bridesmaids dressed in By Johnny, for Sammy and Damien’s Swan Bay celebration.


With a flattering neckline and a simple fitted cut, this bridal party look as elegant as they do comfortable. The thigh-high split adds to the drama and coupled with their mis-matched shoes, it’s a real vibe.


Photo by Janneke Storm. Bride wears Karen Willis Holmes, bridesmaids in Bec & Bridge, from Jemma and Sam’s Sunshine Coast celebration.


Champagne dreaming! This not-quite-white look ticks all the boxes. A satin finish in a gorgeous, elegant hue, that settles beautifully next to the crisp white florals and the bride’s stunning sequin gown – this is the perfect example of marrying different styles in the same fabric.


Photo by Motta Weddings, bridesmaid gowns by Bec & Bridge.


Selecting an outfit for your A-team is just as much about cohesion with your overall vision as it is them feeling their absolute best. These fab frocks are a great display of how wonderful white can look against Daisy’s gorgeous gown. Throw in some stunning florals and megawatt smiles and your work here is done.


Photo By House of Lucie, florals by Le Sorelle The Sisters, bride wears Karen Willis Holmes and bridesmaids in Shona Joy.


This gorgeous crew screams all over elegance. A solid, single use of colour, with high necklines to contrast the bride’s own off-shoulder design, and it couldn’t work more beautifully. The simple fabric sits so well against a textured bridal gown, and add in that sweet ruffle detail – its happy days indeed.


Photo by Ed Sloane, bridesmaid dresses by DISSH.


No wonder these bridesmaids are so happy – they look absolutely perfect in these neutral dresses that not only look comfortable, but blend beautifully into the coastal location Annabel and Anthony chose for their dream day.


Photo by Fern & Stone Photography. Bride wears Prea James Bridal and bridesmaids in Hexie and Shona Joy.


The simultaneous cheer says it all! This happy crew shines brightly in a gorgeous mix of white, cream and ivory. Minimal texture can make for added cohesion.


Photo by Katie Harmsworth, bride by Luci Di Bella design, bridesmaid gowns White Story.


If you can’t quite find what you’re looking for, custom bridesmaid dresses might just be the way to go. We adore Lucy’s gorgeous gals in their cream numbers – classic, timeless, stunning and the sweet bouquets only add to the beauty.


Photo by Kelly Tunney. Bride wears Berta and bridesmaids in Bec and Bridge.


Bella and her beautiful bridesmaids from this NSW wedding day, were showstoppers. The midi-length gowns on the girls are simply perfect for a black-tie affair and and shoe-string straps, add to the delicate and sophisticated nature of this look.


Photo by Kelly Harwood. Florals by Fox and Co Flowers. Bridesmaids in Bec & Bridge.


There’s no denying that if opting for various designs, choosing one brand will make the job an easier one. Matching shades of white in various brands can start to send even the sanest person crazy. These five gorgeous frocks, all Bec and Bridge, are unique and suit the individual bridesmaid’s style, but yet again, are cohesive in fabric and colour.


Photo by Ali Bailey. Bride in Nina Couture and bridesmaids dresses Esther & Co.


Sleeves! Always a solid idea because it’s both practical in the cooler months but sure is pretty! Lauren’s bride tribe (from this incredible country Victoria celebration) in their light and airy knee-length numbers, look positively radiant.


Photo by Joey and Jase. Bride in Elie Saab and bridesmaids in Héxié.


The length, the colour, the divine silky fabric – next to a glamour and classically beautiful bride in Brit Selwood, these gowns are elegant and easy to wear. The bonus – the unique colouring, while neutral and soft, still lends itself beautifully to a strappy, black heel.


Photo by Elk & Willow Photography. Bride wears One Day Bridal, bridesmaids wear Bec & Bridge. Flowers by Wildfolk Florals.


These wide-strap, square neckline gowns make for a super flattering fit with subtle panelling and gorgeous thick fabric. Set against the lace detailing of bride Demi’s gown, and those beautiful blooms – what’s not to love? See more of this Lorne love-fest here.


Photo by Jason Corroto Bride in L’eto Bridal and Bridesmaids in Bec & Bridge.


These textured, stretch, sleeveless midi dresses with panel line detailing line up perfectly for a modern day wedding celebration. Bra-friendly (big tick!) and easily paired with some super fun footwear, see these gorgeous gowns in action at Ben and Tess’ Palm Beach party,


Photo by Georgia Verrells. Bride in Georgia Young Couture and bridesmaids in Shona Joy.


Long and luxe, the cohesive fabric and flattering cowl neck finish of these dresses mean the palette of neutral tones tie in perfectly with the setting. See how Alana’s beautiful bridesmaid’s in their full-length silky silhouettes shone bright by viewing the real wedding here.


Photo by Jeremy Blode. Bride Jess in Marquise Bridal and bridesmaids in Scanlan Theodore.


Jess’s glam gang wore textured, crepe knit dresses from Aussie brand Scanlan Theodore and there couldn’t possibly be a more perfect, modern wedding day muse and their happy faces say it all! See more of this stunning wedding here.


Photo by Fern & Stone Photography. Bridesmaids in Rebecca Vallance.


A sexy split, bow detailing and heavenly heels, these gorgeous gals are absolutely nailing their bridesmaid look. Complementary to the setting without stealing the entire show (even though they go close!) they look comfortable, relaxed and ready to party. Diana and Brendan’s Yarra Valley day is also on our blog.


Photo by Elk & Willow Photography. Bride in One Day Bridal and bridesmaids wearing Bec & Bridge.


You can’t go wrong with a simple yet sweet set of bridesmaid gowns as well as a nude heel. Combined with a show-stopping bridal gown by One Day Bridal this look has been a popular one and more can be seen at this beautiful Barwon Heads wedding celebration.


Photo by Bek Smith from Stacey and Semi’s Melbourne wedding. Bridesmaid dress from Bec + Bridge and C/MEO Collective.


These ivory ladies sure pack a pretty punch when it comes to their bridesmaid look. Classy, yet glam and the different styles to suit each individual in the same tone make this look an absolute winner in our book! Be sure to see more of Stacey and Semi’s magical Melbourne day.



If you weren’t already sold on the idea of a neutral ensemble for your big day besties, you’ve surely been armed with plenty of inspiration and ideas. For more on what’s hot in the land of bridesmaids – click here and see why green too is hot on the wedding circuit scene. 





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