Floral dresses for the bridesmaids… OR THE BRIDE! #Wedding Porn#bridesmaid dress#floral print#multi-colored dress#omg dresses#print dress Updated Aug 23 2019 (Posted Mar 12 2015) Chris Wolfgang mswolfgang Photo from Ashley and Matt's wedding by Cassandra Lane Photography Wedding flowers don't only go in vases. Splash 'em all over your wedding party! Yes, my friends, it is time that we discussed the awesomeness that is flowery bridesmaid dress. I've got 19 examples here of floral print bridesmaid dresses! Or, you know, for yourself. We're not huge into rules when it comes to dresses. 1. Floral prints go so great with navy! Photo from Katie & Gordon's bird-themed barn wedding by Lace Monitor Photography 2. Keep it sweet and sassy with dresses from Miss Brache. You can order mix-and-match bridesmaid dresses from Miss Brache! It's such an awesome idea that Miss Brache made them for her own wedding. Photo by Amber Sycz Photography. 3. Mix your prints, people. Photo from Psychedelically colorful retro wedding reception from Julie Tew 4. How about flowers… with a punk edge? Photo from Bombshell Bridal 6. Retro styling and jewel tones, YES. Ophelia Dress from Lindy Bop 7. Black-and-white florals look so great next to white. Photo from Dina & Desiree's intercontinental destination queer wedding by Barbara A. Gibson 8. Wait! More navy! Photo from Kathy & Jon's orchard wedding by How Photography 9. Floral lining for your dress though. Photo from Killer shoe fashion and some puppy love by Julie Williams Photography 14. More with the mixed and matched floral prints on bridesmaids! Photo from Bailie & Curtis' tattooed vegans meet grandma's attic wedding by One Oak Photography 15. Floor-length, white, strapless, and then FLOWER EXPLOSION. Photo from Hana & Tim's family farm fun wedding by Erica Marie Photography 17. Who says bridesmaids' floral prints need to be matchy-matchy? Photo from Katrina & Joshua fall florals in a vineyard wedding by Jennifer Rice Photography 18. Wait, one more retro classic, this time with sleeves! Vivi Dress from Lindy Bop 19. Try a classic silhouette with gorgeously huge floral print. Photo from Danni & Zach's intimate backyard burlap-covered wedding by Shelli Quintos Want more variety? You might like to rummage through our multi-colored dresses archive! So what's your fave: white, solid, patterned, huge flowers, tiny prints… tell us what you're looking for! Chris Wolfgang Chris is a writer and editor in Omaha, Neb. She'll talk your ear off about independent webcomics, animated film, and Ultimate Frisbee. @chriswolfgang @mswolfgang PREVIOUS Use bookmarks as your escort cards and have them double as favors NEXT You haven't seen a backyard wedding until you've seen Simone & Andrew's fairy-lit wedding Show/Hide comments [ 3 ] I love the idea of a patterned dress. I'm aiming for eShakti for my own, but there's a ton of websites where you can get something cheaper than most traditional bridesmaid dresses while being cuter, more re-wearable, and way more fun. For me, something that could be reworn as a summer dress or a work dress is a must… also something that the brides can be comfortable dancing in. Though I tend to lean less floral print patterns and more animal or simple flower embroideries. Reply I am totally stealing the mismatched floral wedding party dresses!!! I love florals! I don't know how I didn't think this myself! Reply I have the ophila dress from Lindy bop, it is comfortable, shows off the ta tas amazingly and IT HAS POCKETS!!!!! However if you are falling in love with the teal one pictured it isnt quite the color pictured and not as nice in person. I ordered it at a local shop Rosie the Rebel in NL and was a little disappointed in the color ended up buying the sky blue version. Reply Join the conversation Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for your offbeat awesomeness newsletter! No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.