Champagne Bridesmaid Dress Ideas with Bouquets and Shoes
There are so many choices for Champagne bridesmaid dresses, in color, dress design, and fabric! We have over 20 looks for you in this article and will write about Champagne bridesmaid dresses as a “part II” as well.
Champagne is most certainly a traditional wedding color choice, and it is fantastic that dress designers have kept Champagne current and trendy for weddings …. here’s just a few choices from one of our site advertisers ModCloth.com
Wondering what color “Champagne” is? It’s tough to nail down as just one color description, as there are so many different shades of Champagne, even in actual Champagne! And we haven’t even started thinking about Blush or Rose Champagne! (that will be a whole other article!)
If you have visited our site before, you’ll already know that we start off with traditional bridesmaid dress ensembles and then slowly move into non-traditional and creative looks. For our first look, we found this pretty chiffon strapless Modcloth dress and paired it with a muted gold Jimmy Choo strappy sandal and traditional bridesmaid bouquet.
Here’s another beautiful ModCloth.com dress in Champagne with a pretty lace overlay, for this look we chose another pair of strappy sandals by Jimmy Choo. Real Wedding Planner Advice: If you are requiring your bridesmaids to wear a higher end designer shoe, try sourcing your bridesmaid dresses from a non-traditional bridesmaid resource like ModCloth.com. It will save you time in organzing fittings for your bridesmaids, just simply choose your dress and send your bridesmaids the link to order it. It will also save your bridesmaids money as ModCloth has wonderful sales and deals on shipping as well.
Here’s another champagne bridesmaid dress from Modcloth, we paired this pretty Champagne dress with off-white Stuart Weitzman strappy sandals to subtley pick up the detail in the dress.
Here’s an example of a few shades of Champagne as it subtly evolves into neutral tones…..
And to take that neutral champagne we’ll stretch it to darker neutral hues and how to pair it with associated neutrals as well as we move through this article…..
Here’s another beautiful long bridesmaid dress choice in “neutral” Champagne. You can use a little artistic license with Champagne for your wedding color choice as well. It’s a neutral, so it goes with everything! To anchor this Champagne bridesmaid look and bring the champagne “theme” forward a little more, we chose a pair of Champagne colored strappy sandals for this bridesmaid ensemble. This look would easily work for any season, spring, summer, fall, or winter.
Chiffon is beautiful in Champagne, and this bridesmaid dress design is so ultra-traditional! Going a little shorter in the hem for your bridesmaids is perfectly acceptable. Real Wedding Planner Advice: Make sure you give the “shortness” of the hemline a definite “line” for your bridesmaids. There is nothing worse than all your bridesmaids being 1 length and then 1 renegade bridesmaid going too short in her hem. It’s unfortunate, as that missed detail ends up stealing the show in your wedding photos. It’s okay to have different lengths, just make sure you have a “cut off” point, like – “no higher than mid-thigh” or “just above the knee” for your bridesmaids.
This Chiffon sweetheart necklined dress is so beautiful! With the subtle waterfall design in the skirting and the lovely way the fabric drapes… so romantic!!
If you are a bling-y bride, Champagne will work for you too! This pretty lace overlay dress in Champagne is lovely. And the blingy belt has just the right about of sparkle. We chose a slightly bling-y Chinese Laundry strappy sandal to pick up the bit of sparkle in the dress’ belt and added a pop of color in blue hydrangea for the bouquet.
Real Wedding Planner Advice: There’s alot of movement with this look, with the lace & the “bling”. There’s also a good amount of texture in the bouquet, so we chose hydrangea to mirror the texture in the dress. Keeping the bridesmaid bouquet in all 1 ‘flower” unifies the texture and gives the look just a pop of color, rather than a distraction for the eye.
Here’s another long bridesmaid dress idea, with champagne gold accents. The halter neckline gives this dress a contemporary feel, and will work for any season. We chose a pair of Jimmy Choo strappy sandals in the same champagne gold to tie in with the halter collar in the dress.
Going a little darker in the Champagne hue for this look, we added a pair of strappy sandals to give this simple slip dress a little elegance. Choosing the shoe in a slightly darker color gives the look anchor.
Real Wedding Planner Advice: Don’t be afraid to add some color to your bridesmaids’ ensemble too! This simple slip dress is made more elegant with the addition of the black belt and black peep-toe heels. We added a black and white anenome bouquet to note the black accessories. This Champagne bridesmaid dress would work beautifully for any season or style wedding. Just imagine what how amazing these bridesmaids would look with groomsmen in black suits!
Love Country-Rustic? This champagne bridesmaid dress from ModCloth is adorable. Adding a dark colored cowboy boot is a fun way to bring the in the “rustic” theme and will look fantastic with this country-ruffled neckline dress.
Real Wedding Planner Advice: This hue of Champagne is almost like a blank canvas. Choosing a lighter shade of Champagne allows for more pop of color in your bouquet too!
If you really love the rustic-country look then choose a dress design that speaks to that theme. Adding a pair of cowboy boots in the same color as the dress’ belt, ties this bridesmaid’s ensemble together perfectly.
Here’s an adorable lace overlay sundress that speaks Country-Rustic – and a little bit vintage too. This Tea-stained Champagne colored fabric is perfect for a vintage wedding. Real Wedding Planner Advice: There’s a lot of texture going on in this ensemble, so remember if you want a pop of color in your bridesmaid bouquets, mirror the feel of the petals in that of the dress lace. This is a complicated look… but your wedding planner can certainly help you pull it off!
Love Country-Rustic but your style is still elegant? Here’s how you do it…
Real Wedding Planner Advice: Choose a fabric for your bridesmaid dress that is traditional and flowing, like chiffon. Choose a muted (understated) style of cowboy boot to almost “fade into the background” of the look. And then, keep your bridemaid bouquet simple in all creamy whites.
Okay, we had to squeeze in 1 Blush Champagne look … Simple, Elegant…. now let’s turn it into country-rustic….
It’s so easy with the right style-dress. The Blush Champagne Crocheted Bodiced dress is so versatile! Add a pair of cowboy boots and your are in business. Real Wedding Planner Advice: Carefully choose the color of cowboy boot for this look. Choosing a “too dark” shade won’t tie the look together as an accessory, it will turn into the focal point. Rule of thumb is: keep it light for lighter, soft fabrics…
Wondering how the color Champagne will look on your bridesmaids? Here are 3 different hair colors and complexions for you! Miley Cyrus’ beautiful auburn hair, Diana Kruger’s pretty blonde waves, and gorgeous brunette Kate Beckinsale all look fabulous in Champagne.
Is your wedding style “vintage”? Choosing a vintage look for your bridesmaids doesn’t mean it has to be all lace overlay. Go for a 1950’s style dress and don’t be afraid of pattern! Add a Christian Louboutin peep-toe heel and it’s easy. For this patterned dress, you don’t have to be afraid of color or texture with your bridesmaids’ bouquets either. The pattern/colors are muted enough to allow for the pop of color and addition of texture to the look.
Real Wedding Planner Advice: Remember to make sure the shoes you choose mirror the same color of the dress belt to keep the ensemble from looking too busy.
Speaking of color! Now here’s a real Gold Champagne bridesmaid dress! Simply elegant. The pattern on pattern fabric allows and overall simplicity in the dress design allows for a real pop of color in the bridesmaid bouquet. Note how we kept the shoe very simple and understated for this look to not overwhelm the eye.
Are your wedding colors champagne but you love print dresses for your bridesmaid dresses? Then just have the base color of the fabric in champagne as in this pretty floral shift dress. You don’t have to be afraid of color with print dresses either. For this look we added a cute pair of blue suede t-strap pumps from ModCloth and a simple blue hydrangea bouquet.
Here’s another way to add pattern to your Champagne bridesmaid dresses. This adorable dress from ModCloth has an embroidered bodice with a touch of gold champagne. We chose a pair of gold strappy sandals in the same gold detail as in the dress to give this bridesmaid’s look anchor. For the bouquet, we added a subtle pop of coral in the florals. To keep the ensemble from looking overdone, we chose florals in the same texture as in that of the dress bodice, and also kept to 1 type of flower.
and you can find Pantone Linen & Blush bridesmaid dress ideas here.
We hope you enjoyed this article about Champagne Bridesmaid dresses ~ !
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Article: Lisa Sammons – Owner/Principal Planner & Lead Designer – Lisa Sammons Events /Contributor & Features Editor: Style, Inspiration, & Design
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