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Elevate your bridesmaid ensemble by thinking outside the box by integrating unexpected looks for a wedding day that will wow your guests!

Traditional Twist

Who says your girls have to wear dresses, anyway? Rompers and jumpsuits are a trendy alternative and separates consisting of a crop top and skirt are just as stylish! A perfect way to change up the traditional look of same-color bridesmaids.

Photographer: Dakota Lynn Photography; bride: Rebekah Bradley; dress: Rue De Seine; florals: Two Doodles and a Flower; hair & makeup: Ashlee Noriega; jumpsuits: Target.

Boho Blend

Why choose just one color when you can have them all? You can still embrace the versatility of “mismatched-ness” within your bridal party by opting for different colors for a cohesive but refreshing twist! 

Photo by: Under The Sun Photography; Venue: Gruene Estate Venue; Lead Design & Stylist: Rustic Romance Rentals; Planning & Design: VOLARÉ Planning & Design; Floral Design: Lesley’s Flowers & Gifts; Hair & Make Up: Love Lipstick & Lashes; Gown: Rue De Seine, Unbridaled; Hats, Leather Accessories & Jewelry: Vestige by Double J; Bridesmaid Dresses: Jenny Yoo Collection, Bella Bridesmaid San Antonio; Bride Model: Isabella Radovan; Bridesmaids Models: Gracie LaGasse, Briana Jevic.

Modern Mix

Mix it up with mismatched bridesmaid dresses! Create a truly unique ensemble featuring gorgeous dresses with different colors, fabrics, and silhouettes, highlighting each individual bridesmaid’s personality to ensure she wears a dress that she feels fabulous in. 

Photo by: Elise Kennedy; Florals: The Bloom Bar Texas; Location: The Ice Plant Bldg.; Furniture & Decor: Melissa Newbould; Jewelry & Vintage Boots: Wimberlyinc; Models: Jessica Schmidt, Gabrielle Sage, Lori Falcon, Macey Parkls, Cheyanne Summer Hatley.