Game of hues
You’re guaranteed to take beautiful photos, when your bridesmaids are all dressed up in romantic floor-length tulle dresses in various complementary shades.

One shade, many varieties
When it comes to stylish ‘maids, you’ll have to take a leaf out of Love, Bonito co-founder Rachel Lim’s posse. The girls – who included Rachel’s co-founders, Viola and Velda Tan, as well as The Paper Bunny’s Jaime Lee – looked sharp in a mix of dresses, separates and jumpsuits – all in the same dusky grey colour.

Pattern play
We love how these bridesmaids managed to look immensely put together despite wearing dresses in various colours, and in various patterns.

Beach perfect
Another great example of how patterns can be used to put your look together. But in this case, these bridesmaids look chic in similar navy dresses with different patterns and silhouettes.

We’ve got your back(s)
Even if you’re not having them wear matching dresses in front, tie the look together with similar back details, like these.

The blues
One of the best things about having a beautifully coordinated bunch of bridesmaids? They come out great in photos.

Everyone loves a colour coordinated bridal party. #wedding #love #singapore

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Blushing bridesmaids
Blush is one of the most romantic and prettiest colours for weddings, and it’s even better when multiplied by a few.

See also: have pretty bridesmaids? How to dress them stylishly and still stand out at your wedding.