A bridesmaid dress in a berry color, plus more suggestions on where to find berry bridesmaid dresses.
Berry Bridesmaid Dresses
This mulberry bridesmaid gown is a beautiful style for a fall wedding or a wedding at a winery. See all the styling details and find more berry bridesmaid dress ideas below!
Dress: Crinkled Silk Chiffon Gown by ML Monique Lhuillier // Earrings: Dana Kellin Classic Handwired Crystal Drop Earrings // Bracelet: Rectangle Stone Bracelet by Ann Taylor // Bouquet: Berry Bouquet as seen on Wedding Chicks Photographed by Sonya Khegay Floral Arrangement by Latte Decor // Invitation: Horizon Invitation in Mulberry by Minted // Shoes: Cherie Amour Heels at Yoox // Tie: Elegant Striped Tie by Vince Camuto
Berry Bridesmaid Gown
As you may have noticed, I’ve been making good on my promise to feature more bridesmaid dresses, by doing at least 2 each week! My goal with these posts is always to help you find what you need to style your wedding party, and bridesmaid dresses to me are such an important part of bringing that color scheme to life. Today’s shade is actually called “Raisin” by the ML Monique Lhuillier line, but I think of it as a mulberry color. It’s a great compromise color if you’re thinking of burgundy or red or purple, but want something softer.
How To Style a Berry Gown
Muted, warm, colors of any hue are such a beautiful choice for bridesmaid because they convey rich color without being too garish, and they play well with other soft shade. This berry gown caught my eye not only because of that soft berry color– it almost reminds me of a shade of blackberry ice cream–but also the exceptionally flattering style of gown. The crisscross bodice is so pretty, and the halter style gives a nice little bit of coverage for those who would prefer to not wear strapless. It’s the dream of many a bride to wear a Monique Lhuillier gown, so it makes complete sense that such brides may want to dress their bridesmaids in her elegant dresses as well!
This color is practically made for a fall wedding or a winery wedding–and if you are planning a fall winery wedding–well, it’s doubly perfect! I’ve tried to give you some ideas for all the elements of your wedding: A mulberry watercolor invite, that amazing bouquet that has berries with in it, (a brilliant idea if you ask me!) and a tie for the groomsmen that echoes this shade but has a little variation. I hope this pretty berry ensemble has given you some ideas for your wedding party!