We’ve been fans of mismatched bridesmaid dresses for a long time, so we are absolutely in love with this idea that takes mismatched dresses a step further – outfit each of your bridesmaids in a different color of the rainbow!
If done right, this look can be pretty darn fabulous and it’s great for those who have trouble pinning down a specific color scheme. Not to mention, rainbows are a sign of hope and promise, so the symbolism is super sweet too!
If you are a little bit of an off-beat bride yourself, here are some rainbow attire examples to inspire you.
Rainbow Bridesmaid Dresses
Here’s a super cute bridal party rocking the rainbow look. As you can see below, it looks cohesive even if all the dresses are a different style. This makes it really easy for your ladies to go shopping for a dress. Just give them a paint swatch with their color and let them pick out a dress they love and will wear again!
1. Dresses by Dessy
You can definitely pull off the mismatched look like the wedding party above. However, if you are looking for a little more uniformity between your ladies, a great place to start looking for rainbow colored bridesmaids dresses is Dessy. They have nearly 200 color options and they let you mix and match bridesmaid styles from all of their collections, meaning you can create the perfect matching rainbow look!
Etsy has some great dress designers who offer bridesmaids dresses in all shades of the rainbow. Check out the following talented designers who will hand-make all your rainbow bridesmaids dresses from scratch.
2. Rainbow Bridesmaids Dresses – Knee Length
A bit of a 1950s vibe going on with these Knee Length cocktail dresses. What fun for a wedding!
3. Pastel Rainbow Colored Bridesmaids Dresses
This elegant dress by Cocomelody is an equisite choice for your rainbow bridal party. Not only do you have a wide array of colors to choose from, this dress can be styled to create ten different looks! With style such as strapless, halter, or delicate short sleeves, this versatile dress has a style for just about everyone.
4. Bridesmaids Dress in Multiple Colors
Sweet and sophisticated, the Azazie Blake dress is a wonderful choice for your bridal party. With over 60 colors to choose from, it’s a piece of cake to create the perfect rainbow you have envisioned. The V-neck, empire waist and boning combine for a great style that will flatter a variety of body types.
When it comes to a perfectly colored rainbow palette, you can’t forget about matching accessories. Have some fun, and give these rainbow colored accessories a go.
5. Rainbow Swarovski Crystal Tennis Bracelet
Dazzling swarovski colored crystals create a wonderful looking tennis bracelet. We love the rainbow effect along with the chunkiness of each crystal.
6. Rainbow Bridesmaid Clutches
A custom clutch is always a bridal-party pleaser. Choose custom colors in every shade of the rainbow (neutral tones too!), and inscribe a special personal note on the inside coin pocket. Accent your clutch with a choice of a rose gold, silver, or gunmetal snap.
7. Rainbow Bridesmaid Flower Hair Pins
Accessorize with colorful flower hair pins like the ones above. Cute, cute, cute!
8. Rainbow Earring Collection (Sterling Silver Earrings)
Gift each of your bridesmaids a pair of colorful earrings to match their unique dress color! We bet the look will be wonderful!
Don’t Forget About the Guys
Rainbow Tie Collection
As this fun bridal party shows, there’s no need to fret if you have more than seven maids–just add in a couple different shades of each color! Include the guys in the color scheme by letting them wear different colored ties to match.
This wedding might just be our favorite rainbow wedding yet! The bridesmaids took it to the next level by wearing rainbow eye shadow. Plus, how cute are all the dresses hanging?? The guys wore different rainbow suspenders and shoes to match!
If the idea of going totally ROYGBIV is a bit too much for you, you could still do multicolored dresses like in this lovely wedding. As a side note, we love that the bride wore a floral print dress!
There are lots of ways you could incorporate this trend in a more subtle way too – have each of your bridesmaids wear a different colored sash or carry a different colored bouquet, etc.
What do you think? Would you go rainbow for your big day?