Congratulations on your upcoming wedding! You’ve probably reached the stage where it’s time to plan your bridesmaids’ dresses and the options are overwhelming. If you’re looking to add a light, airy feminine touch to your ceremony, step outside of the box and consider watercolor designs.
Watercolor-inspired details are excellent to add to a wedding for a dreamy, classy, color-infused touch. Whether you’re looking to get a little creative and artistic with your ceremony, are having a bohemian-style outdoor wedding or simply want some fun and flirty dresses for your bridesmaids, watercolor is a very on-trend look that can really work in your favor. Let’s take a look at some of the best watercolor styles for bridesmaid dresses.
The soft colors used for most watercolor designs already have a feminine feel to them, and when they’re used in a floral print it makes for a light, flirty look that’s perfect for a wedding. With this style on trend for today’s weddings, there are many types of floral watercolor dresses out there to choose from. The size of the flowers, the intensity of the colors and the fit of the dress are all up to you. The flirtiest and most comfortable floral watercolor dresses are loose and flowy all around or have fitted bodices and flowy skirts.
Watercolor dress prints are ideal for bohemian-style ceremonies or outdoor spring and summer weddings. The color and style has a relaxed, natural feel that works perfectly with an outdoor backdrop, whether it’s in the forest, at the beach or in the park. Depending on the overall theme, you can go with a soft floral design or choose a lighter play on tie-dye. You can even get really creative and have actual paintings painted on your bridesmaids’ dresses.
One of the most fun aspects of choosing a watercolor design for your wedding is that it’s something you can easily DIY. Creating your own watercolor prints won’t only save you some big bucks, it can even become a fun activity that you and your bridesmaids work on together. All you need to do is choose your dress style and purchase the dresses in white or pale colors like yellow, lavender and pink. Get some watercolor fabric paint and create your own masterpieces for your big day.
Watercolor dresses look great on their own, but you can also use them to create an entire watercolor theme for your wedding. If you want to incorporate color into the ceremony without being too loud, watercolors can help construct a dreamy, ethereal ambiance. Add watercolor accents to accessories like coasters and cards. You can also have guests sign a watercolor painting in place of a traditional guest book. Incorporating soft watercolors into the ceremony can help evoke an airy, feminine feel.