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Embrace Neutrals: Beige Bridesmaid Dresses

Header image with bride in white dress and bridesmaids in beige dressesPhoto: Bella Bridesmaids Chicago / Kaley Rae

When the big day rolls around, what look will your bridesmaids be giving?

Will it be full-on romance in full-length gowns with gentle ruffles or ruched details?

Will it be sleek, chic, and minimalistic in knee-length slip dresses?

Will it be total glamor in satin mermaid silhouettes?  

No matter what look you’re going for, one trending color is showing up in multiple ways in every imaginable look. And it might surprise you:

BEIGE.

Beige has a bad rap for being boring, but that is so not the case anymore. Beige and other versatile neutrals are having a moment right now — and we’re here for it!

If you’re starting to gather inspo or shop for your wedding party, here’s how to embrace neutrals with beige bridesmaid dresses!

Chic Wedding Color Palettes With Beige


 

Maybe you want to create a fairytale, storybook feel with ethereal tulle wrap dresses. Or, perhaps you prefer the old Hollywood glamor vibe with beaded or sequin dresses with draped cowl necks. Maybe you’re a minimalist planning to create a wedding that feels modern and chic.

No matter what your wedding style is, there are many colors you can coordinate with beige to create a stunning wedding color palette.

Here are some beautiful color palettes to consider for your bridal party, floral bouquets, tablescapes, and wedding décor:

Beige Brown, Taupe, Sand, & Gold


Pair beige with brown, taupe, and sand for an all-neutral palette. Then, add gold for a sophisticated, metallic pop. This combo is perfect for an indoor wedding with an industrial vibe or a rustic outdoor celebration that needs a hint of shimmer and shine.

Beige & Shades of Grey


Team beige with shades of light and medium grey to create a modern, minimalistic feel. This color combo is neutral, understated, and oh-so-chic!

Beige, a Shade of Blue, & Coral or Terra Cotta


Coordinate beige with turquoise or medium blue and either coral or terra cotta. These cool combos mimic the natural color palette of the sand and surf, making them stunning for a beach wedding.

Beige & Sage Green


Pair beige with shades of sage green to create an organic, modern color palette for a boho, natural, or rustic celebration. For a bit more contrast, consider adding pops of dusty blue.

Beige, Shades of Pink, & Burgundy


Create subtle contrast in your wedding party by pairing beige with shades of blush pink, rose gold, or dusty pink. You can also add burgundy accents to create an elegant, classic feel, perfect if you’re getting married in a grand ballroom or an upscale venue.
  

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9 Stunning Shades of Beige (None of Which are Boring!)


There are many versions of beige to choose from. You can also find multiple shades in almost every dress fabric, length, style, and silhouette you can imagine. 

It doesn’t matter whether you’re looking for neutrals in flat fabrics like chiffon or want a bit more shine with smooth, satin finishes. 

Here are a few beige options that you’re sure to love:

Jenny Yoo Prosecco


 

Jenny Yoo’s prosecco hue is a beautiful creamy shade of beige. Absolutely gorgeous in luxe satin, you’ll find prosecco in just about every silhouette you can imagine. Options include short-sleeve and one-shoulder gowns, floor-length A-line silhouettes, V-necks, and halter necklines.

Dessy Group Cameo


Our exclusive Bella Bridesmaids By Dessy collection includes a classic shade of beige that we call “cameo.” Cameo is available in lux chiffon and crepe fabrics, in strapless, one-shoulder, V-neck, and many other elegant silhouettes.

Dessy Group Champagne


Dessy’s champagne hue is beige with a slight golden hue. A stand-out in satin twill, champagne bridesmaid dresses are perfect for the bride looking to embrace neutrals in the most sophisticated, glamorous way.

Christina Wu Latte


Your wedding party will be absolutely gorge in Latte chiffon, lace, or satin bridesmaid dresses from Christina Wu. These dresses are available in sleeveless, backless, and long-sleeve silhouettes. Latte also has subtle brown undertones — a flattering option for women of all skin tones.

Jenny Yoo Latte


Jenny Yoo also offers a version of beige called latte, which is slightly deeper than traditional beige yet still pale and neutral. So whether you’re searching for pleated column dresses, one-shoulder satin gowns, or versatile midi slip dresses, latte is one to put on your radar!

Amsale Champagne


Pale with slight golden undertones, Amsale’s champagne hue works in any season! In fluid satin fabric, it’s a definitely not boring shade of beige available in more than a dozen show-stopping silhouettes.

Jenny Yoo Whipped Apricot


Jenny Yoo’s whipped apricot color is oh-so-neutral and oh-so-pretty with pale pink undertones. This shade comes in a wide range of long dresses. That includes high-neck halters, sleeveless and backless silhouettes, and cold-weather-worthy long-sleeve looks.

Dessy Group Topaz


Dessy’s topaz color is a touch darker than classic beige, but it’s a fabulous, fresh neutral that’s easy to mix and match with all sorts of beige and brown hues. It also looks incredible paired with shades of pale pink, sage green, and grey.

Bari Jay Champagne


Bari Jay’s champagne hue is undeniably glamorous. Golden undertones make it a bold, modern choice in lux stretch mermaid dresses, column dresses, and A-line gowns. Of course, Bari Jay also makes a classic shade of beige that’s available in a variety of chiffon designs, including this chic jumpsuit!

How to Make Beige Bridesmaid Dresses Pop in Photos


Many people dismiss beige as a wedding color because they think it won’t pop in photos.

Not true!

Beige comes in many different hues, from neutral taupes and nudes to shades with pink or golden undertones.

Your venue and ceremony space will be the backdrop of most of your wedding photos. So lean on the expertise of your photographer. Stage photos against backdrops that’ll make your wedding dress and your beige bridesmaid dresses pop. 

Neutral dresses will contrast well against any backdrop that isn’t also the same neutral. That means your photog will likely take photos against darker interior walls. Or even outside against natural green backdrops.

Remember, one reason why photographers take such great pictures is that they’re also experts in lighting. Photogs know all the lighting tricks. So take their cues on how to pose in ways that’ll work best for the lighting scheme they’ve devised.

Check out some of our other color palette-themed articles!

From tea-length and midi dresses to long, formal dresses, beige is trending for bridesmaids, and it’s easy to see why. 

With so many shades available, beige can take on many different looks. This quality makes it a fresh and fabulous choice for any bride and any type of wedding celebration.  

For more wedding-day inspo and more real-life photos of bridesmaids in neutrals, check out Bella Bridesmaids on Instagram!  

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