As a soon-to-be bride, choosing my wedding flowers has been one of the hardest decisions I’ve had to make – and honestly, I still haven’t decided! There are so many pretty options out there and narrowing all of them down has been nothing short of overwhelming.
To make the decision a bit easier on you, I’ve gathered some of my absolute favorite bridesmaid bouquets from some of our Kennedy Blue weddings that I know you’re going to love! Whether you’re looking for a style that’s more classic and traditional or something a bit more modern and trendy, there are bridesmaid bouquet ideas for literally everyone. Don't forget to pin your favorites!
A not so complicated option, this type of bouquet will really pop, as it gorgeously accents any color dress.
This bouquet is the perfect way to showcase all those gorgeous colors you choose to style your big day in. Look to your wedding palette for color inspiration to really make these colors shine.
Choose colors that complement your dress in a not-so traditional way. These ‘maids carried bouquets filled with a variety of bright and interesting florals that all came together beautifully.
Delicate and elegant, roses and peonies are always a crowd-pleasing choice.
Soft vintage colors are so chic. If you chose to style your ‘maids in eggplant, these romantic hues are perfect to embellish your garments.
Spring is filled with the beautiful florals. Add a touch of Spring to your wedding with a colorful selection of flowers such as these.
Do you like Hydrangeas? You should! Their natural heartiness adds soft fullness to wedding bouquets and will complement your wedding dress with a romantic touch.
Music is about harmony, and so are the flowers with your dress. Create the perfect melody by choosing the colors in your bouquet that will perfectly pop against your dress.
Who said that sunflowers shouldn’t be in your bridal bouquet? In fact, their summery color makes an outstanding combination with our slate blue bridesmaid dresses.
Pastels have become a huge trend in weddings lately. You can create sweet and girly compositions in your bouquet by including these soft colors into it.
A gorgeous alternative to your traditional fresh bouquet. Consider a using jewelry and brooches or delicate fabrics such as tulle or lace to make a crafty bouquet.
Roses are known as the traditional choice for a bouquet, but you can vary this selection with ranunculus, gerberas, or peonies.
If you’re having your wedding on a sunny summer day, make your flower selection a midsummer dream by picking a selection of warm, vibrant hues.
Our Kennedy Blue colors, cactus and sage, are a perfect match with soft-colored flowers like salmon, baby pink, or blush.
If you’re having a vintage-inspired wedding, then you should definitely consider baby’s breath. They provide a romantic, feminine and nostalgic touch to your bouquets and are also very budget-friendly!
These rustic blooms could not be more cold-weather appropriate! The deep wintery greens with the fresh pops of white are gorgeous for a late fall or winter wedding.
Blush, ivory and peach are some of the available dress colors we have in Kennedy Blue, and they suit perfectly with pastel-colored bouquets.
Dahlias, Zinnias and Asters have an excellent affinity with themselves as an option for a Spring or Summer wedding.
If you have a Claret red color dress, consider soft-colored bridesmaid bouquets for a perfectly romantic accent.
Meet sweet peas, a small but elegant option for your bridesmaid bouquets. They pair beautifully with roses.
Pops of soft pinks and purples create an on-point combination with Espresso and Latte colored dresses.
Succulent plants are a contemporary idea for bouquets and they play a good role when mixing with a mint color dress.
If you want to bring attention to other details, opt for a more simple bouquet in order to make your bridesmaid dresses shine.
Flowers are about incorporating colors. Turn your wedding into a beautiful, piece of art by having a wide but organized selection of colors.
Ribbons give a touch of fun to your bouquet. Try creating a mixture of fun and vibrant colors.
A Teal Kennedy Blue dress looks outstanding with a soft-colored bouquet filled with romantic roses.
And if you’re wearing an eggplant dress, you may want to consider this fresh combination of lavender, violets, orchids, and carnations for your bouquet.
Classic and traditional, this red and black color palette really pops and stands the true test of wedding time!
Baby’s breath is a simple but romantic option for a bridesmaid bouquet. It’s also incredibly affordable, making it an easy favorite amongst budget-friendly brides.
Girly and chic, this classic combination of roses, carnations, and baby’s breath are a fresh combination your ‘maids will love!
When it comes to your bridesmaid’s bouquets, creativity is the limit. There are no special rules in regards to color, size, style, etc as every person has different ideas for their ideal wedding.
It’s your time, what’s the ideal bouquet for your wedding? What flowers represent you better? What colors are you planning to bring in your bridesmaid bouquet? Leave us a comment below! We’d love to hear your ideas!
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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.
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.
Wrap the tape around your back and under your arms at the fullest part of your bust (not underneath the bust).
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.
Standing with your feet together, wrap the tape around the fullest part of your hips and butt to get this measurement.
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.
Ordering anything smaller than a size 12 would not fit in the bust area. Please note: Our bridal gown size chart is different than the bridesmaids sizing and is listed below.