6 Sage Green Bridesmaids Dresses We Love

by Krystal Jankowski September 14, 2018

Thinking of what color to choose for your wedding can be like standing in front of a million colors in the paint aisle and not knowing which to choose. For a color that can satisfy your soft, neutral, and bold color needs, look no further than the color Sage Green.

As a grey-green kind of color, its earthy tones and dimension can range from lighter to darker to create a versatile look that is both timeless and modern. In fact, even Pinterest predicted that it would be one of the most popular colors of 2018, calling it “the new neutral.” They must be psychic because the color continues to be one of the most searched for this year.

Using this color for your wedding decorations and bridesmaid dresses makes choosing your color palette a breeze! Sage Green bridesmaid dresses go well with any accent colors you pair it with, not to mention how trendy it is! It’s also a color that you won’t regret picking years down the road. Here at Kennedy Blue, we love the color Sage because it is so easy to mix and match!

6 Palettes for Your Sage Green Wedding

With so many flattering styles that go well with Sage Green, here are the top 6 dresses that’ll make your sage green wedding a reality. You can mix it with Kennedy Blue Sea Glass, to accentuate the green and blue tones together. Include sage with Emerald and Deep Sea to incorporate more green tones to complete the look. If you want something lighter and more neutral to pair with your Sage Green bridesmaid dresses, go for a light Desert Rose or Champagne colors for a softer range of colors.

 

Allison 

sage green Allison

If you’re looking for a dress that is lovely, modern, and versatile, the Allison is the way to go. The boho chic style is flowy, a great detail to remember for when your bridesmaids are walking down the aisle – they’ll look like they’re floating! If you want the spaghetti straps or not, you have the option to do so. If you want the shoulder sleeves or not, that’s also an option! The Allison dress is a great option as one of your Sage Green bridesmaid dresses.

 

Mackenzie

 sage green Mackenzie

Russell Heeter Photography // Rachel Figueroa Photography

Looking for your Sage Green bridesmaid dresses to be flattering and unique? The Mackenzie dress’s straps offer a different take on the usual spaghetti strap. The style looks good on all body shapes so don’t forget to include it as you put together your Sage Green wedding. 

Faith 

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Have a little faith with Kennedy Blue and include Faith with your Sage Green bridesmaid dresses. The Sage tone will flatter the bridesmaid who prefers to have a shorter dress. Don’t worry though! Having a variety of dresses on your wedding day will look great and help your bridesmaids feel comfortable choosing a dress that they will love.

 

 Ginger 

 sage green Ginger

Go for a classic and modern look with the Ginger dress that, although is in Sage, can offer texture and dimension to the color. With the flowy fabric and fully lined bodice, the dress creates shadows to make your Sage Green bridesmaid dresses look like more than just a green color. The halter top allows your bridesmaid to show off some skin and still feel comfortable all day long. 

Thea 

 sage green Thea

Your bridesmaid wants something romantic? We’ve got the Thea dress just for you. Its flowy fabric adds a romantic touch to your ladies as they walk down the aisle. The spaghetti straps and off the shoulder straps offer a unique touch to an already beautiful dress. Picking it in a Sage color will bring that earthy, neutral look to your bridal party.

 Elena 

sage green Elena 

A light Sage color will look incredible on our Elena dress for a look that is classic and beyond elegant. The criss-cross halter neckline is a one of a kind style that will fit all of your bridesmaids perfectly! The back is equally as simple yet breathtaking, so make sure to include it in your photoshoot! 

Inspo Alert! Real Sage Green Weddings

Not set on Sage yet? Let these weddings inspire you! All of these ladies dressed in Sage look beyond gorgeous in their dresses. These weddings are both outdoor weddings, but one was set in a forest while the other was set in the city! I love that you get to see how beautiful this color looks in both settings. So sit back, relax, and relish in these couples' love! 

Michelle + Chad 

sage green Parker
sage green Parker

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Parker in Sage

Rachel Figueroa Photography

Michelle's ladies looked oh-so-lovely in their bridesmaid dresses. Michelle and Chad had an outdoor forest wedding (cannot wait to have my own one day!), and they did such a wonderful job choosing their palette for their venue! Their wedding centerpieces were very elegant, and they chose lovely hues of pink, coral, and cream to accent the greenery that ties in wonderfully with their bridal party's dresses! 

Cara + Curtis

Kennedy Blue sage green bridesmaids dresses

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Mackenzie, Parker, and Abigail in Sage 
Russell Teeter Photography
Cara and Chad's party looked dashing in Sage with the darker greens and lighter grays in the background. This couple did such an excellent job tying together accent colors that meshed well with Sage in their photos. The dreary weather matched those dresses so well! Chad and Cara also did a great job with their wedding centerpieces. These centerpieces were made to look chic and less put-together, and this tied their aesthetic together quite well! We love the pops of pink placed here and there as well! 

 

With the ability to include the color beyond just your flowers or other wedding accents, incorporating Sage Green bridesmaid dresses to your big day is an easy way to be trendy and timeless. Because the color is so beautiful and easy to use on your big day, it’s no wonder Sage is popping up all over! Its ability to be versatile, elegant, and flattering for everyone means your bridal party will look incredible – and feel it too.

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Measurement Guide - How to Measure for Your Size

Taking Your Measurements

For the most accurate measurements, do not measure over your clothing. Your measurements should be taken while wearing undergarments similar to the ones you will wear with your dress. The measuring tape shouldn’t be pulled too tight or have too much slack, and should always be parallel with the floor.

Wedding apparel is typically sized differently than retail clothing, so keep in mind that it’s not uncommon to find yourself requiring alterations.

Bust Size
Wrap the tape around your back and under your arms at the fullest part of your bust (not underneath the bust).

Waist Size
While standing up straight, bend at the waist to one side. Take the measurement where the natural crease happens in your side. This should be a few inches above your belly button. Stand up straight and do not “suck in” when taking this measurment.

Hip size
Standing with your feet together, wrap the tape around the fullest part of your hips and butt to get this measurement.

Compare these three measurements to the Kennedy Blue size chart above. It is very important that you order the largest size that corresponds to your measurements. For example, if your bust measures 40.5” (size 12), your waist measures 31” (size 10) and your hips measure 41.5” (size 8), we advise that you order a size 12, and get your dress altered down to custom fit your body.

Depending on the fabric, a dress can be altered down up to 2 full sizes, but can be very difficult to let out as there is only about .5 inch of fabric to do so at the seams.