Today we are continuing on with our look at patterned dresses for your bridesmaids– we covered stripes before, so now we are taking a look at floral prints. This type of pattern is particularly lovely for outdoor weddings.

Here are some examples ranging from vintage to modern to ultra-feminine and chic!

floral-print-bridesmaids-dressesImages- Style Me Pretty (Vela Images Photography) (Dresses from Portmans), Wedding Chicks (Austin Gros Photography) (Dresses from Anthropologie), Style me Pretty (Ryan Ray Photography) (Dresses from BCBG)

floral-print-bridesmaids-dressesImages- White Magazine (Justin Aaron Photography) (Dresses from Emma Soup bridal & Boutique), Style Me Pretty (Rad + In Love Photography) (Dresses from Zara), Snippet and Ink (Meg Smith Photography) (Dresses from BHLDN)

Don’t be afraid to play with colour just because you are doing a print, here are some lovely floral dresses in a bold and beautiful red:

floral-print-bridesmaids-dressesImages- Style Me Pretty (Tanja Lippert Photography) (Dresses by Cynthia Steffe), Poppies and Posies (Jen Huang Photography), Wedding Chicks (Nathan Wu Photography)

Get the Look

floral-print-bridesmaids-dressesModclothPearl Peonies Dress, Rococo’s Modern life Dress, Rose to Show Dress, Blooming Reminiscence Dress

floral-print-bridesmaids-dressesNordstomIvy & Blue for Maggie Boutique Print Sheath Dress, Eliza J Print Pleat fit and Flare Dress, Adrianna Papell Vintage Floral Print GownIvy & Blue for Maggie Boutique Print Sheath Dress, Donna Morgan ‘Rhea’ One Shoulder Print Dress

I am particularly in love with these Aire Barcelona dresses which come in three different styles:

floral-print-bridesmaids-dressesAire Barcelona

For more floral print dresses take a look at these styles from Watters, David’s Bridal and Etsy. What do you think about these looks so far? Are you leaning towards prints or avoiding them?