Bridesmaid dresses, to the dismay of so many bridesmaids the world over, has a limited spectrum of colors to choose from. All thanks to the earnestness and the solemnity of weddings, there are many colors that bridesmaids cannot wear, like morning purple, jet black, any variations of white, animal print, etc.
So what are the colors suited for that occasion? What are the traditional shades when it comes to bridesmaid dresses? Bridal boutiques everywhere could assert that these are the top six color of choice in bridesmaids dresses' fabrics:
Who could not fall in love with the youthfulness, playfulness and sweetness of peach? It is the color that best signifies bridesmaids. Sweet, dazzling and charming.
I'm talking light, soft pink. The baby's blanket kind of pink. Not the sharp, loud pink most teenagers opt to dye their hair with. The light pink shades represent sweetness and love. Pink represents sweet, sweet love. Isn't that what weddings are all about?
Not ruby red or blood red, mind you. A lot of bridesmaid dresses are within various shades of red. It could be maroon, or rose red. Either way, red signifies, more than anything, love. Love is exactly the reason why we have weddings in the first place. Red also signifies courage.
Blue, after all, represents loyalty and faithfulness. You will be needing tons of that in marriage. The various shades of blue are also extremely pleasing to the eyes. Maybe because it reminds us of blue skies and sunny days and glorious walks along the park.
Yellow actually represents infidelity. A lot of bridesmaid dresses are in variants of yellow. Why? For one, yellow is youthful. Yellow is also cheery, sunny and very uplifting. To sum it all up, yellow brings smiles, and it suitable for your summer wedding especially.
Green, the color of hope, life and a fresh new start. No other color best represents weddings than this. After all, it best describes what weddings are all about -- hope, life and new beginnings.