Non matching bridesmaid dresses were all the rage this year, and it was about time if you ask me. Bridal party photos seem to pop when every bridesmaid is wearing a dress in a slightly different shade than the other and overall it creates something captivating to the eye. I love this mix of floral and solid dresses as well! It’s such a chic way to identify the maid of honor by mixing patterns and solids in the same color family.

Fresh and summery with shades of seafoam, green and teal :

Seafoam Green, teal, and floral non matching mismatched bridesmaid dresses

1. Teal Floral Organza by Diana Von Furstenberg; 2. Hunter green strapless dress from Modcloth; 3. Seafoam green dress from Ruche; 4. Tailored cotton-silk strapless dress by Plenty by Tracy Reese; 5. Sea green dress from Anthropologie

Soft and pretty with pale pink and plum shades:

Non matching mismatched dusty rose pale pink and plum bridesmaid dresses
1. Aubergine chiffon dress by J.Crew; 2. Pale pink chiffon dress by Tibi; 3. Watercolor floral dress, from Anthropologie; 4. Dusty rose bridesmaid dress, from J.Crew; 5. flowy nu-georgette dress in blush pink by Dessy style 2800

The small patterns on these dresses make for the perfect matching bridal party with a modern twist:

Floral patterned bridesmaid dresses

1. Anthropologie; 2 and 4 Modcloth; 3. J.Crew

These colorblock bridesmaid dresses look pretty whether matchy matchy or mixed with patterned dresses as well:

Colorblock two color party bridesmaid dresses
1. Brocade navy blue colorblock dress from Ruche; 2. yellow silk skirt and black and white striped strapless dress from Modcloth; 3. Silk-cotton coral and white dress from Ruche; 4.