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Coordinating Your Bridesmaids and Groomsmen Perfectly

On your wedding day, you want every detail to be perfect, including the outfits of your bridal party. Coordinating your bridesmaids and groomsmen can seem like a daunting task, but with a little guidance, you...

On your wedding day, you want every detail to be perfect, including the outfits of your bridal party. Coordinating your bridesmaids and groomsmen can seem like a daunting task, but with a little guidance, you can create a seamless and stylish ensemble. Let's dive into the process of coordinating your wedding party and discover how to make them look flawless and put together.

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Coordinating your bridesmaids and groomsmen doesn't mean everything has to match perfectly. In fact, trying to achieve a perfect match is unrealistic. With various shades of colors and different fabric types, it's nearly impossible to find exact matches. But that's totally okay! Embrace the idea of coordination rather than perfect match.

To begin coordinating your bridal party, start by determining your wedding color palette. This is an essential step as your chosen colors and theme will be used throughout your big day. You can have primary wedding colors and secondary 'accent' colors, allowing for endless possibilities to creatively incorporate different shades.

Choose Your Primary Wedding Colors

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Once you have your wedding palette, you can solidify 1-2 primary colors. These colors will dominate your ceremony space and set the tone for your bridesmaids and groomsmen. Consider how your primary color would look as a suit or a bridesmaid dress to ensure you love it.

Using your primary color in the accessories of your groomsmen, such as ties, pocket squares, and socks, is an effective way to coordinate. This will tie their look to the overall aesthetic of your wedding. It's a fun part of the planning process that reflects your style as a couple.

Decide on Your Bridesmaids' Dress Colors

Now it's time to choose the colors your bridesmaids will wear. Many couples opt to have their favorite wedding color showcased by the bridesmaids. However, if you want a more dynamic look, you can incorporate secondary colors into their dresses. Mixing and matching bridesmaid dresses is a stylish and unique way to make your bridesmaids feel special while incorporating more of your wedding colors.

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To help you visualize your color choices, here are some popular Kennedy Blue bridesmaid dress colors:

  • Pink Bridesmaid Dress Inspiration: Flirty pinks in various shades from pale blush to deep rosewood.
  • Green Bridesmaid Dress Inspiration: Stunning shades like Sage Green, Sea Glass, Moss Green, and Emerald.
  • Blue Bridesmaid Dress Inspiration: Timeless and classy shades of blue that complement every skin tone.
  • Purple Bridesmaid Dress Inspiration: Unique shades of pale to deep purples for a more distinctive color palette.
  • Neutral Bridesmaid Dress Inspiration: Easy-to-match neutral shades that are popular for their versatility.

Choose What Color Your Groomsmen Will Wear

Before coordinating your bridesmaids and groomsmen, decide on the color scheme for your groomsmen's outfits. Opt for neutral colors like gray or black suits and add pops of color through their accessories. This will create a cohesive and coordinated look, rather than a overly matched one.

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Match Your Bridesmaids and Groomsmen

Now comes the fun part - matching your bridesmaids and groomsmen. It's easy to achieve an effortless look by selecting one element that remains the same on both sides. This element can be a color, a color pattern, or a particular print. For example, you can have the bridesmaids' dress color match the groomsmen's ties.

Kennedy Blue Real Weddings Bridesmaids Dresses in Latte Kennedy Blue in 'Latte' | Danielle Hickman Photography | Groomsmen in Black

To ensure coordination, order samples of your chosen elements for both bridesmaids and groomsmen. This way, you can see how the colors complement each other and align with your wedding palette. By having coordinating elements within your wedding party, you'll achieve a cohesive and visually pleasing overall look.

Here is some inspiration for matching bridesmaids' dresses to groomsmen's accessories:

  • Purple Wedding Inspiration: Kennedy Blue Emily in French Lilac | Charcoal Notch Lapel Suit | Plum Dot Bow Tie | Plum Pocket Square.
  • Dusty Pink Wedding Inspiration: Milly Bridesmaid Dress in Desert Rose | Iron Gray Peak Lapel Suit | Rose Gold Striped Tie | Petal Pocket Square.
  • Sage Green Wedding Inspiration: Jade Bridesmaid Dress in Sage | Gray Sharkskin Notch Lapel Suit | Meadow Solid Tie | Mint Zig Zag Pocket Square.
  • Dusty Blue Wedding Inspiration: Thea Bridesmaid Dress in Slate Blue | Slate Blue Suit | Indigo Striped Tie | Pewter Pocket Square.
  • Blush Pink Wedding Inspiration: Dory Bridesmaid Dress in Blush | Cement Gray Suit | Petal Bow Tie | Petal Pocket Square.

Remember, the most important thing is to think about how you want your wedding day to feel. Coordinating your bridesmaids and groomsmen is about creating a cohesive and visually pleasing look, tailored to your wedding color palette. With Kennedy Blue's wide range of dress colors and styles, you'll surely find the perfect dress for your bridesmaids.

Let us know in the comments which style and color you've chosen for your coordinating bridesmaid dresses and groomsmen suits. We'd love to hear your ideas and experiences!