Our wedding colours are pink and blue. I'm mainly looking for advice on my bridesmaids, ages 20,17,5&2.. do I have the older two in one colour and younger two in another, or do I do one older and one younger in one colour and the other two in the opposite? I'm really stuck on what would look the best? Also any photos anyone could share of bridesmaids in two colours (adults and children) would be much appreciated. As most of the mixed colours are all adults in the photos I've found!! Thankyou in advance x
I'm doing lilac and blue. My bridesmaids are in lilac with exception of my stepdaughter who is in blue matching her dads waist coat. Then I'm doing purple on the flower girls x
Aww that sounds lovely! The older two are my sisters and younger two are my daughters, do you think the older two in blue and younger two in pink would look nice? Xx
I think that sounds great Hun x
I would put the older 2 in 1 colour and he younger 2 in another as it will make it easier to find dresses x
I'm having my adults in peach and children in orange, haven't gotten married yet but holding the dresses together looks cute!
Nnot decided on colour schemes but I'm thinking I'll have my flower girl (6 year old) in the traditional white/ivory and bridesmaid (2 adults and a 14 year old) in a colour.
I had three older bridesmaids and I out them in the sequin dresses I had two champagne gold and my maid of honor wore rose gold so she stood out a little but matched and my three Younger ones had on ivory dresses with a beige gold belt and under skirt so they had the same style dress as me but in a different colour but the colour tied in with the older ones xx
My auntie had us in the same colours but different styles for the older bridesmaids and the younger ones. The older bridesmaids had off shoulder gowns whilst the younger ones had straps, subtle differences but suitable for the difference in age and the dresses were gorgeous!
How about the younger 2 in a lighter shade of the older 2
Oooo, or you could go with accents of one colour on top of another more dominant colour! Say like a blue dress with a pink belt around the middle?
My girls are wearing navy blue and having pink flowers. My daughter is my flower girl and I'm going to find her a white/ivory flower girl dress that comes with hints of pale pink of navy blue. My daughter will be four and she's not having a bunch of flowers instead she's having a glittery star wand in gold with a couple of pink flowers on. So she doesn't lift up her dress and play with it.
maybe something like thus for the little ones
I'd have them all wear the same colour dress with the other colour shoes so like blue dress with pink shoes and a pink sash depending on the style of dress of course x
Ooooo those colours sound lovely! Maybe alternate them? Do one adult in pink, other adult in blue, then one child in pink and the other in blue? Or you could do the same colour dresses for all like blue and then have pink sashes/belts? There's so many options now that you don't necessarily have to have a one colour dress you could have both the colours in one dress. I hope you find the perfect dresses! I'm sure they will all look beautiful whatever you go for x
i'm having 2 bridesmaid and 1 chief bridesmaid .. the chief bridesmaid is going to be in grey and the other too in baby pink! xx
Im doing moh in one colour and 3 bridesmaidsnin another
we had pastel rainbows so i just got the older three to chose a colour then decided for the younger ones although i did say younger would probs be pink lilac and peach has i had seen most younger dresses in those colours. if i had two colours i would of had one of each (one younger one adult) in each colour. you can usually get same dresses but in different colours these days our bridesmaids wore same dress just in different colours same with the younger ones mine arent two colours but can see they in same dress.
I'm having my three bridesmaids in lilac and my 2 flower girls in silver, my flower girls will be 11 & 12 so they are getting the same dress just in contrasting colour x
I know its not your colour scheme but ive always loved how this works.
My colour is coral and mint I have 6 adult bridesmaids, 3 flower girls and 2 page boys. We have 3 adults in coral 3 in mint, the flower girls have ivory dresses with coral sashes and the page boys have mint braces and bow ties. The groom/ best men etc have mint cravats and coral flower corsage if that's the right word x
It's up to u how u do it I have my 2 flowergirls who are 5 in gold and my 2 stepdaughters who are 11 and 14 in red. It depends what u want hun x
I had older bridesmaids in lilac and younger ones in white with a lilac sash my daughter was just white as it was her christening the same day x
You see a lot of weddings with adults in 1 colour kids in another I personally like to try be different so would have 1 adult and 1 child in one colour and then the other 2 in the opposite colour x
When my sister got married her 2 older bridesmaids wore pink dresses then I (I was 11) wore a white dress with a pink ribbon to match around my waist.
Bridesmaids 15 & 12, m.o.h 38- different styles, same colour.
Younger bridesmaid 8 - different colour. We did originally buy the younger bridesmaid the same colour but changed to lighter as it suited her better x
I'm older bridesmaids are wearing different shades of pink. My younger flowers girls are wearing ivory dresses with sash bows that match the older bridesmaids x
But really you should do whatever you like, don't worry about what anyone else thinks or says. It yours and your fiancés day xxx
I would suggest the 2 older in same dress/colour & the 2 younger ones in cream/white with the other colour as a sash around waist x
Personally I would dress younger ones in pink then try finding blue sash or flowers for them. Then older ones in blue with the pink sash or flowers. It'll look perfect if done right!!
My wedding . The girls dresses were blue with pink roses but my boys wore pink bow ties. I think our colours went really well together xx
I would put the 5 and 2 year old in white flower girl dresses with a decoration in a colour that matches the dresses the 17 and 20 year old wear. Then flowers in whichever colour you haven't used. E.g., white dress with blue ribbon for the little ones, blue dress for the older ones, and bouquets of pink flowers for all of them.
Sarah Jane might be some good advice in here xx
I'm having my maid of honour in one colour and the other bridesmaids in another colour xx
My colours are baby blue and silver so adult bridesmaids in silver grey and little ones in baby blue
I don't have any photos but I'm having my adult bridesmaids in sage green and my daughter who will be 10 in blush pink
I put my older ones in pink & younger ones in ivory
This sounds lovely, I don't have a photo but at my mum's wedding my sister and I (aged 8 and 11 at the time) wore pastel pink and my aunt who was maid of honour (in her late 20s) wore a blue tone which mixed really nicely so I think it can totally work!
I'm doing 2older ones in navy and 2 younger ones in silver.. Same dress different colour x
I had grey and pink for my colours. The adult bridesmaids were all in grey, with the little one being in pink (I thought it was more little girl friendly). They all had pink flowers to carry the colour through. Whatever you chose will look beautiful xx
I am doin this my bridesmaids are 25, 24, 8 and 3 so the 2 older r havin black with a pink sash and the younger 2 pink with a black sash x
Maybe ask the adult bridesmaids which colour they would prefer to wear.
I'm having my MoH and bridesmaids in the same purple dresses and then jr bridesmaid in a dress the same colour but a more age appropriate style but my little flower girl will be wearing white - completely your choice though x
I'm going for royal blue and Cadbury purple, my bridesmaids to be in purple and the flower girls to be in the blue. Not yet chosen the dresses, but I think it'll work. I think a mix generally works and should do what works best for you.
I have 2 colours.... younger 2 in Lilac and older 2 in deep purple xx
I'd have older ones blue younger ones pink or vise versa xx