You know that the spectrum of colors for your bridesmaid dresses is really wide.
If you feel comfortable with blue tones, we’d like to present some options of royal blue bridesmaid dresses.
Royal Blue is a shade of blue, much darker than tiffany blue, but lighter than navy blue. As with all bridesmaid dresses, you can find it in several lengths, but to my personal taste, it goes along better with longer dresses.
Long royal blue bridesmaid dresses are really glamorous for a night party, and provide a beautiful and elegant contrast for the bride’s dress. This kind of color provide some room for ivory bridal dresses, or any other color darker than the purest white.
Of course, you also get that same chance with almost every strong color.
This is not to say that pure white doesn’t work well with royal blue bridesmaid dresses. Quite the opposite, the contrast is magnificent. My point is that you can get a really nice frame for the bride, even if she wears a creamy color.
The difference between royal blue dresses and navy blue dresses is not that big, but you could argue that navy blue is a little bit more serious or modest, and royal blue is just a touch more glamorous.
My advice: go with royal blue for younger girls and brides. Go with navy blue if it’s your second marriage or with bridesmaids in their thirties.
Royal blue bridesmaid dresses can also be a great complement for a bride’s grecian style wedding dress. Take a look at this fantastic column shaped dress, with only one shoulder.
One of the almost unique advantages of royal blue dresses, is that you can have knee length bridesmaid dresses that can perfectly be used in luxury night events. Check this fantastic design.
Royal blue, as well as fuschia, is a color that goes well with self confident brides, that feels that having the best possible dresses for her bridesmaids will enhance his own dress, and make her shine even mote in her special night.